With rain in the forecast, there is concern whether or not the Mississippi River will continue to go down.
Along the riverfront South of Quincy, residents and businesses are still picking up the pieces, and some are still wading through water.
The Illinois Department of Transportation has announced that Illinois 100 from Pearl south to the Pike County line is closed because of rising floodwater.
Governor JB Pritzker has issued a state disaster proclamation for Adams, Hancock, Pike, Schuyler, Scott and 29 other counties along the Mississippi and Illinois rivers.
The Illinois Department of Transportation has reported that that Illinois 57 (Third Street) in Quincy is closed between State and Jefferson streets because of flooding.
The rising Mississippi River has forced some businesses down on the Quincy Riverfront to close, until the water recedes, but some remain open and continue to watch river levels.
Residents in Marblehead, Illinois just south of Quincy are dealing with the flood waters that have been steadily rising. Cindy Dailing says the flood water
People in Fort Madison aren’t the only ones fighting the flood, as residents across the river in Dallas City spent the day sandbagging as well.
High water in Fort Madison is forcing business owners to sandbag. Workers spent the day trying to fight the water and keep it out of
Workers are trying to patch a leak near a levee just a few miles south of La Grange, Missouri.
Flooding is impacting people keeping their campers at the Bayview Trailer Camp in Hannibal, forcing dozens of owners to come and move their campers. People
People on the Missouri side of the Mississippi are fighting the rising water– volunteers in Hannibal are filling sandbags to prepare for what emergency management