The Illinois River crested around noon on Monday February 26th in Peoria. While there are signs that the flood waters are receding, the flooding will likely hang around for about the next two weeks. The impacts of this year's flooding have been mild with only 25.1 feet as the max so far. The flood event of April 2013 reached 29.35 feet besting a 70 year old record. The depth now is 4.25 feet lower than that event. Maurer-Stutz Unmanned took to the skies to view the flood waters.