Daily HeraldRiver towns brace for record-breaking flooding

Jul 13, 2017 - Daily Herald

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Communities battered by multiple waves of heavy rains since Tuesday night are now bracing for potentially record-breaking flooding along rivers and waterways in the North and Northwest suburbs. The National Weather Service predicts the Des Plaines River could reach all-time high levels in Gurnee, Lincolnshire and Des Plaines by the weekend due to the heavy storms that dumped 6-8 inches of rain over parts of Lake County by Wednesday morning. A flash flood watch...

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