Rainfall Totals From Across Chicago Area Thursday - NBC Chicago

Rainfall Totals From Across Chicago Area Thursday

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    Storms continued to move through parts of northern Illinois Thursday morning, hitting communities hard hit by flooding last week. Lisa Chavarria reports.

    (Published Thursday, July 20, 2017)

    Storms continued to move through parts of northern Illinois Thursday morning, hitting communities hard hit by flooding last week.

    Thunderstorm warnings continued into the early morning hours amid the rush hour commute and thousands were left without power overnight. 

    Flood Warnings continued Thursday for portions of the Des Plaines and Fox Rivers, where several communities were left under water laster week prompting disaster proclamations for multiple counties. 

    A Flood Advisory was also issued Kendall, Lake, Will, Kane, DuPage, Cook and Lake counties until 9:15 a.m., warning of minor flooding. 

    Severe Weather Rolls Over Chicago Area

    [CHI] Severe Weather Rolls Over Chicago Area

    Severe weather rolled over the Chicago area Wednesday as thunderstorms persisted into the evening hours. Brant Miller reports.

    (Published Wednesday, July 19, 2017)

    By Thursday morning, some areas had already seen more than 2 inches of rain.

    Here's a look at rain totals as of early Thursday morning. 

    Illinois

    Rockford: 3.39 inches

    Steward: 2.98 inches

    Harvard: 2.73 inches

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    Road repairs are underway in Gurnee after rain caused a sinkhole to open up throughout the community, and it's a race against the clock as more rain is in the forecast. NBC 5's Chris Hush reports. 

    (Published Wednesday, July 19, 2017)

    Dixon: 2.47 inches

    Roscoe: 2.16 inches

    DeKalb: 2.10 inches

    Hebron: 2.07 inches

    Lake in the Hills: 1.72 inches

    Peotone: 1.66 inches

    Storms Possible

    [CHI] Storms Possible

    Alicia Roman has the latest forecast update for the Chicago area. 

    (Published Wednesday, July 19, 2017)

    Cary: 1.59 inches

    Algonquin: 1.43 inches

    Plainfield: 1.42 inches

    O'Hare: 1.40 inches

    Rochelle: 1.34 inches

    Elk Grove Village: 1.31 inches

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    Lauren Petty was taking a tour of a flooded Fox Lake home when a surprising guest joined the interview - and it was all caught on camera. 

    (Published Wednesday, July 19, 2017)

    Glencoe: 1.25 inches

    Palatine: 1.24 inches

    Lake Zurich: 1.14 inches

    Woodstock: 1.13 inches

    Elgin: 1.12 inches

    Batavia: 1.06 inches

    Wheeling: 1.06 inches

    Homer Glen: 1 inch

    Mundelein: .98 inches

    Waukegan: .97 inches

    Geneva: .87 inches

    Elburn: .80 inches

    Aurora: .77 inches

    Lake Villa: .77 inches

    Coal City: ,75 inches

    Romeoville: .71 inches

    Naperville: .67 inches

    Midway: .64 inches

    Westmont: .62 inches

    Elmhurst: .60 inches

    Joliet: .60 inches

    West Chicago: .58 inches

    Indiana

    Wheatfield: 1.59 inches

    Griffith: .70 inches

    Hobart: .40 inches

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