Some disappointing news for thousands of youth soccer players in the area.
Flash floods and rivers that have quickly risen to record or near-record levels have inundated Illinois communities.
Combined with heavy rain the previous weekend and two big snows in the weeks before that, all the water is causing rivers to rise.
The Cardinals are dealing with the 2nd straight day of rain today and while it’s not as bad as yesterday, at least not yet, it will impact what the Cardinals are able to do.
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Forecasters said rivers would see a dramatic, if temporary, rise over the next few days, with some waterways expected to swell by as much as 15 feet.
The storm that used to be Hurricane Isaac left quietly Sunday, but it did leave a lot of rain behind.
“Unfortunately, you can’t just end a drought that quickly,” meteorologist Jim Kramper said. “Most locations need anywhere from like six to nine inches.”
NWS: Forecast only showing HOT with the chance of EVEN HOTTER.
Area gets a break after debacle on the roads two weeks ago.