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NORTHEAST OHIO -- Parts of Northeastern Ohio were hit hard by heavy rains Tuesday evening. Several counties were placed under a Flash Flood Warning, including Cuyahoga, Lorain and Holmes.

A severe storm during the afternoon hours brought trees down in Chesterland in Geauga County according to the National Weather Service and law enforcement.

The storms add insult to injury to parts of the region impacted by severe weather Monday. The National Weather Service confirmed late Monday that an EF1 tornado hit parts of the city of Brunswick where close to 45 homes sustained some sort of damage. The tornado had maximum winds of 110 m.p.h. and traveled 1.7 miles.

On Tuesday, Cleveland Hopkins Airport received 3.54" of rain that set a new daily rainfall record for June 24th. The old record was 2.11" on June 24, 1873.

Meanwhile, the Akron-Canton Airport has now seen its second wettest June on record.

PHOTOS: Viewer photos of 6/24/2014 flooding

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