But first -- a warm weekend ahead with temperatures reaching the 90s in most of Illinois.
FarmWeek CropWatcher received heavy rains in Menard County. More rain could be on its way.
Meteorologist Eric Schmidt said longer-range models indicate a hotter and dryer July.
Chris Miller, warning coordination meteorologist at the National Weather Service office in Lincoln, explains what this next week will bring.
It's not what you want to hear, but forecaster predicts more rain coming in July.
River crests expected to stretch into next week at some locations.
Third-wettest May on record in Illinois wraps up fourth-wettest spring, following sixth-wettest winter.