Illinois Weather Trivia for August 9th

8/9/1934
Springfield tied its August record high temperature of 108 degrees, set the previous day. August record highs of 106 degrees were also recorded at Decatur and Lincoln.
8/9/2006
Widespread flooding and flash flooding occurred across much of Clay County, where rainfall amounts in excess of 7 inches were reported. The worst flooding was reported in Louisville and Flora, where numerous roads, businesses and homes were flooded. Many roads had to be closed due to high water, and several cars on these roads stalled.

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