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Incident Report #8 – March 2019 Flooding
The weather will remain cool and relatively dry into next week; however, continued snow melt across central and northern Wisconsin will aid in sustaining levels on main stem rivers. One local shelter housed 15 displaced residents in Fond du Lac County overnight.The State Emergency Operations Center remains at Level 4 as the state continues to monitor flooding and respond to requests. Read Full Incident Report
Incident Report #7 – March 2019 Flooding
The weather will remain cool and relatively dry into next week; however, continued snow melt across central and northern Wisconsin will aid in sustaining levels on main stem rivers. The Trempealeau River has dropped to minor flood stage but is expected to rise back into moderate flood stage overnight and remain around 11.5 feet into next week. The Crawfish River will be in moderate flood stage through Friday while the Rock River, the Fox River, and the Manitowoc River will remain in moderate flood stage through next week. Read Full Incident Report
Incident Report #6 – March 2019 Flooding
The Trempealeau River has dropped to minor flood stage but is expected to rise back into moderate flood stage overnight and remain around 11.5 feet into next week. The Crawfish River will be in moderate flood stage through Friday while the Rock River, the Fox River, and the Manitowoc River will remain in moderate flood stage through next week. Temperatures will remain cool for the next few days, with some slight warming over the weekend. No major precipitation is forecast. Read Full Incident Report
Incident Report #5 – March 2019 Flooding
The National Weather Service indicates temperatures will remain cooler for the next few days and warming towards the end of the week which will increase the melt conditions. No major precipitation is in the forecast. Residents have begun to return to their homes, however, many are still displaced. Damage assessments and clean‐up operations continue. The State Emergency Operations Center remains at Level 4 as the state continues to monitor flooding and respond to requests. Read Full Incident Report
Incident Report #4 – March 2019 Flooding
The National Weather Service indicates temperatures will remain cooler for the next few days and warming towards the end of the week which will increase the melt conditions. No major precipitation is forecast. Two local shelters have remained open for affected residents. Many roads are closed throughout the state; however, suitable alternative routes are available in impacted areas. Read Full Incident Report
Incident Report #3 – March 2019 Flooding
The National Weather Service indicates temperatures will drop over the next few days which will slow the melt and allow the water to disperse. No major precipitation is forecast. Three local shelters have remained open for affected residents. Many roads are closed throughout the state; however, suitable alternative routes are available in impacted areas.  Read Full Incident Report
Incident Report #2 – March 2019 Flooding
The National Weather Service indicates temperatures will drop over the next few days which will slow themelt and allow the water to disperse. No major precipitation is forecast. Three local shelters haveremained open for affected residents. Many roads are closed throughout the state; however, suitablealternative routes are available in impacted areas. Please visit 511wi.gov for current road closures. TheState Emergency Operations Center remains elevated to Level 3 to monitor and respond to the floodingsituation. Read Full Incident Report
Incident Report #1 – March 2019 Flooding
 Warm temperatures have caused a rapid snow melt which in turn has caused minor flooding throughout the state. Ice jams have been reported on several rivers which is exacerbating urban flooding. Some areas are experiencing more significant flooding including parts of the Fox River Valley.  Read Full Incident Report