[cnn-photo-caption image=http://i.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2008/images/06/24/art.lincolncounty.floods.jpg caption="Mark Rowland wades through floodwater near his home, June 19. Levels have risen in Lincoln County since then."]
People in the flooded towns of Illinois and Missouri, along the Mississippi River, are getting something they do not need right now–rain... And lots of it.
A massive thunderstorm has just erupted, and it's expected to last a while.
Lincoln County has more water than last time we were here, just a few days ago. Fields for baseball games Friday night now have a couple of inches of water on them.
Houses that survived the initial levee overtopping are now either flooded or dangerously close.
And people are nervous. Will the levees that are still standing now hold, or will there be more flooding? People here in Lincoln County are holding their breath... Again.
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