ALGONQUIN, Unwell. — Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner has added Prepare dinner County to a state catastrophe proclamation amid flooding within the northern portion of the state and warned that evacuations might happen this week.
Rauner gave an replace Sunday whereas touring the group of Algonquin, the place the Fox River is predicted to rise Monday. He says native officers might name for evacuations close to the river in Lake, McHenry, Kane and Prepare dinner counties.
Rauner issued a state catastrophe proclamation Friday for Lake, McHenry and Kane counties. It adopted storms that hit final week. Floodwaters started to recede over the weekend alongside the Des Plaines River.
The catastrophe proclamation makes all kinds of state assets out there, together with sandbags, pumps and vans.
Lake County officers warn visitors issues are anticipated Monday amid flood-associated street closures.