CHAMPAIGN -- This is a scene from area streets earlier Wednesday.
CHAMPAIGN -- Students at Head Start were supposed to be in school Tuesday, but they got the day off instead.
CENTRAL ILLINOIS -- Another round of storms swept through Monday afternoon.
CHAMPAIGN -- The city was inundated with water over the weekend.
CHAMPAIGN -- Urbana wasn't the only city to see flooding. About five inches fell Saturday in Champaign.
WELDON -- Scattered showers caused some issues when several inches of rain fell in some areas.
WHITE HEATH -- Rain came down in a hurry Wednesday, flooding some roads and, at one point, an entire town.
LAKE COUNTY -- Severe weather created treacherous conditions for drivers in parts of the state.
PHILO -- Many farmers are working hard in the fields to beat the rain.
CENTRAL ILLINOIS -- Fog caused a massive pileup on I-57 near Peotone.
Update: 10:03 pm CHAMPAIGN -- Workers are cleaning up roads to prevent accidents, but it's not snow they're worried about this time around.
Update: 6:01 pm GIFFORD -- The weather looks gloomy, but the people working here say they're not letting the rain dampen their spirits.
CENTRAL ILLINOIS -- Not everyone got to go trick-or-treating on Halloween.
Update: 8:57 pm CHAMPAIGN -- Halloween was one of the wettest of the year and for kids in Central Illinois it fell on the worst possible day.
MANSFIELD -- Kids in some communities have to wait a day to get their candy.
CENTRAL ILLINOIS -- Area leaders have decided to postpone Halloween Trick-or-Treating until Friday due to the weather.
URBANA -- Rain is threatening vegetable farmers too.
CHAMPAIGN -- Farmers are working extra hard this weekend.
SAVOY -- The growing season is well underway, but farmers say they could use a change in the weather.
If your town's fireworks were canceled last year because of dry, hot weather, don't worry. Experts say this year the weather is perfect for them.
CHAMPAIGN -- Families got to ring in the Fourth of July a little early at Indian Acres day camp.
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY -- Farmers are taking advantage of warmer weather and getting in the fields.
CHAMPAIGN -- Wet weather brought flooding in areas around Central Illinois, but for one man, it brought unexpected visitors to his home off Staley Road.
DECATUR -- Towns around Central Illinois were devastated by flooding, but all of the rain actually helped one city.
VILLA GROVE -- Not only are the roads closed because of flooding, a whole town has shut down.
PENFIELD -- Farmers in Central Illinois are growing concerned by the forecast.
TOLONO -- Farmers around the state hope this year won't see a repeat of last year's summer drought.
URBANA -- A street-filled celebration put traffic on hold Friday.
DECATUR -- People here have been waiting for rain all summer.
DECATUR -- Lake Decatur didn't see much relief from Isaac.
CHAMPAIGN -- Lots of rain coming our way, but we're ready.
CHAMPAIGN -- What's left of Isaac is moving its way to the Midwest and that means it will be a wet weekend.
DECATUR -- It was good to see some much-needed rain last week, but it will do little to help the city.
ST. JOSEPH -- A tree came down right outside the high school.
CHAMPAIGN -- Thursday's storms dumped a lot of rain.
CHAMPAIGN -- Rain has been rare this summer meaning people were more than happy to see some rain drops Sunday.
RANTOUL -- Summer school students are adjusting to new classrooms after damaging winds forced them from their building.
TUSCOLA -- First an early frost now a dry spell.
CHAMPAIGN--It's one of Champaign's biggest problems, flooding.