The rivers are as bad as I've ever seen them. The Wabash river in my hometown crested at its highest level since 1958. Water was across the roads in two places (streams back-flooding from the river) where I've never seen it get close to road level. We've had a couple levee failures putting thousands of acres of prime cropland under water with no where to drain. Another big dose of rain forecasted this week. Going to be a hard year for the lowland row-croppers, and a lot of guys got hit pretty hard with the drought last year. The good news is it has been mostly confined to areas near the river. We had major flooding 6 or 7 years ago when we got 10 inches of rain in one night resulting in widespread flash flooding.