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Flooding in Quincy, Illinois - 2014
Kurt Parsons

Flooding in Quincy [Video + Photo Gallery]

Flooding along the Mississippi River has once again caused disruptions for residents in and around Quincy. The Memorial Bridge closed to traffic on Monday. Inbound traffic to Quincy continues to be rerouted to the Bayview Bridge. Parts of Bonansinga Drive are also closed due to flooding. The National Weather Service observed the river stage in Quincy at 26.4 feet on Wednesday morning. Forecasters predict flood waters to recede over the next week. Flood stage in Quincy is 17 feet. 

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Flooding at Clemens Field, Hannibal, Missouri
Kurt Parsons

Hannibal Cavemen Postpone Thursday and Friday Games Due to Flooding

Flooding at Clemens Field has led to the postponement of the Hannibal Cavemen games scheduled for Thursday (July 10) and Friday (July 11).

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Flooding in Hannibal, Missouri
Kurt Parsons

Flooding in Hannibal [Video + Photo Gallery]

Rapidly rising waters on the Mississippi have left several areas in and around Hannibal flooded. All of the city's flood gates were put in place on June 30, and water has continued to rise. Popular attractions like the Mark Twain Riverboat and Sawyer's Creek have been forced to close because of the flood, and Highway 79 is closed just past the Mark Twain Cave. In Hannibal, the Mississippi is expected to crest at 26.7 feet early Wednesday afternoon.

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Hannibal Continues to Clean Up Following Storm, Flooding [Photo Gallery]

The City of Hannibal continues to clean up streets and properties, more than two weeks after a devastating storm downed trees, damaged buildings and knocked out power to thousands of residents. Flooding in the city has further complicated recovery efforts, as high waters led to the closing of the Flood Buyout Area on South Side, where many storm victims had brought limbs for disposal. A portion of that area has re-opened, though some of it remains underwater. 

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David McNew, Getty Images
David McNew, Getty Images

Route E in Ralls County Closed from 79 East to Lock and Dam 22

Friday, May 31 at approximately 9:30 a.m. Route E in Ralls County from MO 79 east to Lock and Dam 22 at Saverton closed to traffic due to water over road.

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Admiral Coontz Armory, Hannibal, Missouri
Kurt Parsons

Hannibal Mega Garage Sale Postponed Due to Flooding

Due to the rising floodwater in Hannibal, the Hannibal MEGA Garage Sale at Admiral Coontz Armory has been cancelled for Saturday, June 1 and rescheduled for Saturday, September 14.

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Quincy's flooded Clat Adams Park on April 20, 2013.
Quincy's flooded Clat Adams Park on April 20, 2013.

Drastic Temperature Changes and Lots More Rain On the Horizon

As I write this, it's mostly sunny and 83 degrees on Wednesday afternoon.

Don't get used to it.

A drastic cold front will be sweeping across the area and some forecast models indicate the area could get upwards of four inches of rain over the next couple of days

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iStockphoto

Funny Ways to Describe Our Bizarre Tri-State Weather

It's not only April, but the last half of April. Tax Day has come and gone. Easter is over. We're just a little over a month away from Memorial Day. And there were snow flurries this morning. What? 

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Wes Mitchell
Wes Mitchell

Beyond the Floodwall: Flooding in Hannibal [Photo Gallery]

Highway 79 just south of Hannibal became another victim of the 2013 flood.

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Quincy Riverfront Flood [Photo Gallery]

Various scenes around the Quincy riverfront on Friday afternoon, April 19. Memorial Bridge has been closed. Bayview Bridge is handling both westbound and eastbound traffic. The Mississippi River has risen dramatically over the last couple of days and is expected to crest Sunday, April 21

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