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Torrential rains that flooded crops in low spots, and along creeks and rivers, last month in northern Illinois made a splash in the record book. July was the third-wettest on record in the northeast and northwest climate divisions in Illinois. The situation remains just the opposite in many portions of the southern half of the state, which were rated “abnormally dry” by the U.S. Drought Monitor. (

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