CHICAGO (CBS)– Severe storms with strong winds are causing damage in northwest Indiana.

A Severe Thunderstorm Warning was issued for southern Will County, Kankakee County, southeastern Cook County and northern Lake County in Indiana until 9:30 a.m.

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According to CBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis, the National Weather Service reported wind gusts in Gary, Indiana at nearly 70 miles per hour. In Dyer, Indiana, strong winds caused damage to the roof of a home located at Calumet  and 213th avenues.

In Munster, Indiana, there were reports of downed trees caused by the storms. Small hail was also reported in both Munster and Dyer.

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An Areal Flood Advisory remains in place for southern Cook and Lake County in Indiana until 11:30 AM.

Additional showers and storms are possible Wednesday afternoon.

Damage was also reported in Manteno near Kankakee where there were reports that a pole split in half. This led to downed wires.

In Chicago, downed trees have led to a power outage in Englewood.

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