MINNEAPOLIS — Sick of the rain yet? Love it or hate you, you'll want to get ready for a third round of heavy rain and storms on Wednesday.

Monday and Tuesday brought heavy rain and storms to the area, and a confirmed EF0 tornado near Belle Plaine after the National Weather Service surveyed the damage.

On Tuesday, streets quickly flooded in Minneapolis, and KARE 11 meteorologist Sven Sundgaard said about two inches of rain fell within 90 minutes. Manhole covers looked like they were going to blow.

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Near Bde Maka Ska, sections of streets were blocked off and cars were forced to turn around because of high water.

In Uptown, a tree fell on Gary Windschitl's Jeep. He got it off with help and didn't find any major damage.

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Wednesday brings more flooding potential, with models showing the potential for between 1 and 4 inches of rain in some areas. With the ground saturated water really has nowhere to go.