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Mary Kennedy DTN Basis Analyst
Mon Jul 20, 2015 10:45 AM CDT

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (DTN) -- Illinois River levels rose again after the area was hit by more heavy rains recently, said Tom Russell, co-owner of the Russell Marine Group.

"That rain runoff was sufficient enough to cause the Illinois River to close again at mile 30 to 89," Russell told DTN by email July 7. "Navigation on the Illinois River will be touch-and-go until weather has an extended dry period. The situation will have to be monitored on a daily basis." (For current Illinois River level forecasts, see…)

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