Saturday Rainfall Breaks Records For Wettest Day Since 2011Heavy rain poured across the Chicago area on Saturday, flooding streets and rivers and breaking records for the wettest day in recent history.
Flash Flood Warning In Effect Until SundayA flash flood warning is in effect until Sunday morning as heavy rains and thunderstorms are expected to continue throughout Saturday in the Chicago area.
Des Plaines, Fox Rivers Expected To Start Receding SundayLimited flooding is expected to continue Saturday along the Des Plaines and Gurnee rivers, which remain in flood warning stage after being pounded by rainfall earlier this week.
Flood-Control Facilities Activated In DuPage CountyAll major flood-control facilities in DuPage County have been activated following the weekend’s heavy rainfall.
Rain Makes For Busy Days For Flood Damage Restoration CompaniesThe steady rain has led to a steady stream of phone calls into companies that restore flooded basements.
Flood Watch In Effect As Rains, Winds Continue To Hit ChicagoThe National Weather Service continued Sunday the issued Flood Watches, Warnings and Advisories for the Chicagoland area.
Chicago Area Hit With Over An Inch Of New RainfallA flood advisory is in effect after heavy rain and wind moved into Chicago Saturday evening, bringing over an inch of new rain.
July Was All Wet Across IllinoisIf you thought last month was particularly soggy, you were right: It was the third-wettest July on record in Illinois.
Rain, Standing Water Prompts Wood Dale To Cancel Prairie Fest TodayIt's been a year since a 35-year-old man died at the fest when a storm brought down a tent.
Cubs, Phillies Postpone Thursday Night's Game, Schedule Doubleheader For FridayDue to rain, the game never started.
What Can We Expect From Fall, Winter Weather?CBS 2's Megan Glaros says there may be a few surprises ahead.
June's Record Rainfall Creating Bumper Crop Of MosquitosThis month has been the wettest June on record in Illinois, according to the National Weather Service, and Desplaines Valley Mosquito Abatement DistrictBiologist Paul Geery said all the rain has created a bumper crop of floodwater mosquitos, which will be bad through the holiday weekend.