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By 7 a.m. Thursday, the National Weather Service in Romeoville had the total rainfall amount at 3.24 inches for the previous 24 hours. Then it rained some more. And it's not forecast to stop until Friday morning.
What does the scene look like for you? Are there several feet of water outside your home (or, heaven forbid, inside it)? Stranded cars; flooded lawns and streets? If you’re lucky enough not to be too busy dealing with any emergencies right now (and we hope you are), we’d love to see what you see, and our readership likely would as well.
If you have any great snapshots/photographs of the flooding around DuPage County today, please share them with us and with your fellow readers. (Please put a detailed caption on it so that we know where it’s from!) And feel free to share your stories in the comments.
You can upload photos and video by using the “Upload Photos and Video” link above. Thanks in advance for sharing! Please stay safe!
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