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Tag Archive | "flooding"

Cypress Basin in Arlington Heights Gets First Real World Flooding Mitigation Job the Past Few Days

1,014 The Cypress Basin tested well in its first real world flooding mitigation event the past few days as over 6 inches of rainfall hit Arlington Heights. The worst of the rain in Arlington Heights was possibly south of Rand Road, so its a blessing that the Cypress Basin was completed. The Cypress Basin or […]

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Rollings Lane Flooding Off of Euclid Ave Near Rolling Green Country Club, Arlington Heights

557 Rollings Lane was flooded after 3.6875 inches of rain fell overnight Thursday to Friday (May 14-15, 2020). The area has had flooding problems for many years. The first round photos were taken Friday night after the heavy rain had stopped about 2:00 a.m. early Friday morning, and light rain persisted had until about 5:00 […]

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Moderate Flooding Scenes in Arlington Heights, Sunday May 17, 2020

1,455 Flooding scene with saturated ground after 6.25 inches of rain fell in Arlington Heights from about 11:00 p.m. Thursday May 14, 2020 until about 11:00 p.m. on Sunday May 17, 2020. Flooded basements and stranded drivers in stalled cars in flooded streets were common calls for police, fire and public works crews. MORE PHOTOS […]

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Arlington Heights Sends Police Officer and Firefighter/Paramedic as Part of ILEAS Mobile Field Force Region 4 North to Aid for Hardin, Illinois Flooding

126 In early May 2019, massive flooding occurred in the southwest region of Illinois, caused by a levee breaking along the Illinois River. The flooding caused damage and major devastation throughout the region. First Responders in that area were overwhelmed by the flooding and requested the assistance of neighboring police, fire, and military personnel. The […]

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Chicagoland Road Closure List from Floodwaters (Sample, not Complete) Wednesday May 1, 2019

97 Road closures have been reported throughout Chicagoland from a variety of sources and are listed below the floodwater tips directly below. Some areas have had more than 3 inches of rain. FLOODWATER TIPS Stay out of all flood waters; trying to navigate the fast-moving, debris-filled flood waters can lead to drowning or risky rescue […]

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Lake County Flood Waters Force Drivers To Abandon Cars; Concrete Barrier Collapses at Route 45, Libertyville

82 During storms in Lake County cars became stuck in high flood waters on the side of the road after storms continued in a series in the area over the Labor Day Weekend. A truck was submerged in a parking lot in Highland Park. A woman’s car was stuck in a viaduct in North Chicago, […]

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Record Rain at Chicago Executive Airport 3.72″ and Prospect Heights Flooding

55 The National Weather Service Chicago reported that a record 3.72 inches of rain fell at Chicago Executive Airport in Prospect Heights/Wheeling early Saturday June 9, 2018. Heavy rains hit the area between about 3:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. starting overnight Friday/Saturday during the early Saturday morning hours. Arlington Cardinal News measured 3.625 inches during […]

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Flood Calls, Vehicle Rescues, Lightning Strikes, House Fires, Record Rainfall in Arlington Heights and Chicagoland

35 Arlington Heights police and firefighter/paramedics responded about 8:26 PM Saturday October 14, 2017 to a report of a two people trapped in a Pontiac Sunfire in rising flood water in the southbound lanes of Arlington Heights Road, just north of Burr Oak Drive, Arlington Heights Road and Burr Oak Drive Arlington Heights, Il. Police […]

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Arlington Heights Rainfall 1.95″ Overnight; Thursday Heat Index High 94°F Forecast

46 MOBILE: chgowx.com PC: forecast.chicagoweatherstation.com MOBILE/PC: Arlingtoncardinal.com/radar O’HARE: 69°F LAKEFRONT: 77°F Thursday 7/20/2017 8:30:01 AM TODAY: Showers and thunderstorms likely, mainly before 1pm then after 3:30pm. Some of the storms could produce heavy rain. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 87 and a Heat Index high of 94°F. Southwest wind 10 to 15 mph becoming […]

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Gov. Bruce Rauner Declares Kane, McHenry, Lake Counties State Disaster Areas

41 Gov. Bruce Rauner has declared Lake County, McHenry County and Kane County state disaster areas as a result of heavy rain and severe flooding. Updates on the flooding are available on the Ready Illinois website at www.ready.illinois.gov. A release from the State of Illinois governor’s office said the state has already coordinated the delivery […]

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Woman Killed in Flooding in Ellicott City, Maryland — State of Emergency Declared

47 One woman was found dead in the Patapsco River after flood waters rushed through Ellicott City, Maryland on Saturday evening. The city ordered evacuation of citizens from flooded areas of Main Street and sheltered people at a local community center. A flash flood warning was issued Saturday for the area. By about 9:30 p.m., […]

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Storm Line from South Cook County to Rockford Stalls Over DuPage and Southern Kane County

34 MOBILE: chgowx.com PC: forecast.chicagoweatherstation.com MOBILE/PC: Arlingtoncardinal.com/radar A line of storms formed from south Lake Michigan and southern Cook County to Rockford with a clash of cold air off Lake Michigan and hot, humid summer air from earlier in the day. The line of storms has stalled and is training over DuPage County and southern […]

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