More large storms are possible on Tuesday and early Wednesday morning with a threat of tornadoes for parts of the Midwest.

According to the latest weather forecast for the Rockford region, showers will start overnight with scattered thunderstorms expected on Tuesday morning.

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Some weather forecast models predict strong winds, hail, and a potential for a tornado on Tuesday afternoon, with the highest threat being in eastern Iowa and the northwestern corner of Illinois.

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The current forecast for Rockford from the Weather Channel has an 85 percent chance of thunderstorms after 7 pm on Tuesday with the potential for heavy rainfall.

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Wednesday morning there's a slight chance of thunderstorms before 10 am, then showers possible through midday until skies clear up in the evening.

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The National Weather Service has a 40 percent of showers and thunderstorms on Independence Day with a high in the lower 80s and a 60 percent chance of thunderstorms after 7 pm on July 4, so some fireworks could be washed out.

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