Flooding due to Recent Rain and Snowmelt


  2-Day Precipitation Totals

 The graphics below show the 2-day total liquid precipitation amounts for all of Wisconsin (left), the Milwaukee/Sullivan forecast area (center), and the WI state snowfall total (right).  The graphics are valid for the period from 7 am Saturday, March 9 through 8 am Monday, March 11.  Click on each for a larger version.


WI statewide 2-day precipitation total MKX forecast area 2-day precipitation total WI 2-day snowfall total




Rising River Stages Across The Area

The combination of rainfall and melting snow has led to increasing river stages in numerous streams. Some streams are approaching or have reached bankfull or flood stage. Many streams will continue to rise as precipitation falls and snow melts. See our Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service website to find the latest Hydrologic Outlooks/Statements and Flood Warnings.

Also, be prepared for minor flooding in low lying areas, and locations where there are blocked sewers or drainage ditches. Localized street flooding is also occurring. Use caution when driving.

Below are pictures of Turtle Creek near Beloit, WI. The pictures were taken by Chuck Heidt, one of the volunteers who reads the wire weight gauge at the site in Beloit. Thanks Chuck!



See our Winter Weather Summary Page and Hazardous Weather Outlook for additional information.

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