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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.
Heavy Rains Have Illinois Farmers Dealing With Soaked CropsCBS 2’s Derrick Blakley reports farmers in Peotone are dealing with soggy crops.
Rain Doesn't Dampen Fans' Spirits Ahead Of Blackhawks Parade And RallyBlackhawks fans clearly didn’t mind getting a bit wet Thursday morning, for a chance to see the Stanley Cup champions parade through downtown Chicago, ahead of a victory rally at Soldier Field.
Scattered Showers Return To Chicago Area, More Possible ThursdayRain in the Kankakee area was sparking concerns about more flooding, along the swollen Kankakee and Des Plaines rivers, which were already at or beyond flood stage on Tuesday in some spots.
Warm And Rainy Weekend AheadAfter a week of mostly chilly weather, temperatures have warmed up just in time for the weekend, but unfortunately it will be raining on and off for much of the weekend.
Rain Totals For Tuesday, May 5, 2015
Foggy Morning To Give Way To Rainy Afternoon, Stormy ThursdayThunderstorms could fire up later in the day, bringing heavy rain, lightning, and hail up to the size of pennies, according to the National Weather Service. The threat of storms and hail continue into Thursday as temperatures soar to a high of about 70.
April Showers A Trend For Most Of The Next WeekWhile no severe storms are expected anytime soon, showers and scattered thunderstorms are possible through much of the afternoon on Friday, though conditions should be dry by the afternoon rush. More rain is likely Friday, Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday.

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