GURNEE, Sick. — Forecasters say flooding in north-suburban Chicago might worsen over the weekend as water flows down rivers into the state from Wisconsin.
The Nationwide Climate Service says the Des Plaines River and Fox River might crest on Saturday although the world is not getting recent rainfall. The flooding prompted Lake County to situation a catastrophe declaration.
Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner, state Emergency Administration Company Director James Joseph and Lake County officers plan to survey flood injury on Friday in Gurnee.
The Illinois Division of Pure Assets warned excessive water might trigger issues within the Chain O’ Lakes.
Energy outages brought on by flooding pressured the evacuation of Lake Forest Hospital on Wednesday in suburban Chicago. Energy was restored that night time, however officers have not stated when the power will reopen for medical operations.