Fox River at Record Level at the McHenry Dam

The Fox River at the McHenry Dam is now 7.44 feet above flood stage. That’s as of 8:15 AM.

The gauge at the McHenry Dam on the Fox River indicates residents are experiencing a record flood.

The gauge at the McHenry Dam on the Fox River indicates residents are experiencing a record flood.

The record flood level is 7.2 feet, according to the National Weather Service.

Flooding at Bald Knob Road in Johnsburg near Pistakee Bay.

Flooding at Bald Knob Road in Johnsburg near Pistakee Bay Sunday evening.

Late Sunday only tree tops are visible on Half Moon Island near the mouth of the Fox River.

Late Sunday only tree tops are visible on Half Moon Island near the mouth of the Fox River.

A Johnsburg water tower can be seen in this picture of flooding from late April 21, 2013.

A Johnsburg water tower can be seen in this picture of flooding from late April 21, 2013.

Another Johnsburg water tower appears in this photo of the Pistakee Bay flooding of River Terrace on Sunday evening.

Another Johnsburg water tower appears in this photo of the Pistakee Bay flooding of River Terrace on Sunday evening.

Meanwhile, the water level at the Algonquin Dam continues to increase.

The gauge reads on Monday, April 22, 2013, at the Algonquin Dam.

The gauge reads 3.9 feet on Monday, April 22, 2013, at the Algonquin Dam. The record is 4.5 feet.

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Photos were taken by Carolyn Harrison.

If you have photos of the flooding, please email them to [email protected]


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