Rainfall Totals From Across Chicago Area Thursday

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. 

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. 


Rockford: 3.39 inches

Steward: 2.98 inches

Harvard: 2.73 inches

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

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

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


Wheatfield: 1.59 inches

Griffith: .70 inches

Hobart: .40 inches

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