UPDATE for the Labor Day Weekend: Roads Closed due to Flooding

Flash Flood Watch for most of the Listening Area

August 21, 2018
UPDATE: Flood Warning, Roads Closed in Madison

UPDATE for the Labor Day Weekend:  Roads Closed due to Flooding

Many roads are closed due to flooding, and will remain closed through the holiday weekend. If you are driving in any of the areas listed below, use only the marked detour routes as other roads may have standing water -- you do not want to drive around barriers or through high water.  

You can find specific updates for the hardest hit part of our listening area, Sauk County, here.

Also, Madison officials will provide any updates, here.

Crawford County

  • WIS 131 closed between WIS 171 and US 61. No detour.
  • WIS 171 closed from US 60 to US 61 (Soldiers Grove). No detour.
  • WIS 179 closed from WIS 27 (Eastman) to WIS 131 (Steuben). No detour.

Columbia County

  • WIS 127 closed from WIS 16 (Wisconsin Dells) to WIS 16 (Portage). No detour.

Dane County

  • US 14 closed between Cross Plains and Black Earth; traffic detoured via WIS 78 and US 12.

Juneau County

  • WIS 33 closed between Wonewoc and LaValle. No detour.

La Crosse County

  • WIS 35 is open to one lane with flagging operations from County K to US 14
  • WIS 162 closed between US 14/61 (Vernon County) and WIS 33 (Middle Ridge). No detour.

Marquette County

  • WIS 23 closed at the Neenah Creek bridge, two miles east of Briggsville; traffic detoured via WIS 82 and WIS 13.
  • WIS 22 closed at the Main Street bridge over the Montello River in Montello; traffic detoured via WIS 33, WIS 44 and WIS 73.

Richland County

  • WIS 131 closed between WIS 56 and WIS 82. No detour.
  • WIS 56 closed from WIS 131 (Viola) to County G. No detour.

Sauk County 

  • WIS 33 closed at Albert Street in Reedsburg. No detour.
  • WIS 33 closed between Wonewoc and WIS 23 (Reedsburg). No detour.
  • WIS 58 closed between County G (Ironton) and WIS 33 (LaValle). No detour.
  • WIS 136 closed from WIS 33 (Rock Springs) to WIS 154 (Rock Springs). No detour.
  • WIS 154 closed between WIS 23 (South of Reedsburg) to WIS 136 (Rock Springs). No detour.

Vernon County

  • WIS 131 closed between Ontario and Rockton. Traffic detoured via WIS 82 and WIS 33.
  • WIS 131 closed from County S to Viola. No detour.
  • WIS 162 closed between US 14/61 (Coon Valley) and WIS 33 (Middle Ridge, La Crosse County). No detour.

 

 

 

 

There is a statewide emergency in effect as a result of the widespread flooding over the last week. The Governor making the declaration, and saying it will allow all state agencies to respond as needed. It is also the first step toward getting federal assistance.

Water is now rising in other areas, including Rock Springs, where evacuations happened Thursday morning. Officials say if you need help, call 911. A shelter is now open at the West Square Building in Baraboo.

Roads are closed throughout Sauk County due to flooding, including the hardest hit areas around Reedsburg and Rock Springs:

  • WIS 23 is closed at Albert Street in Reedsburg. No detour.
  • WIS 33 is closed between Wonewoc and WIS 23 (Reedsburg). No detour.
  • WIS 58 is closed between County G (Ironton) and WIS 33 (LaValle). No detour.
  • WIS 136 is closed from WIS 33 (Rock Springs) to WIS 154 (Rock Springs). No detour
  • WIS 154 is closed between WIS 23 (South of Reedsburg) to WIS 136 (Rock Springs). No detour.

Other roads shut-down, listed by county:

Several state highways in Crawford County are closed, and all roads around Gays Mills are now shut-down due to the Kickapoo River flooding into the community.

  • WIS 131 closed between WIS 171 and US 61. No detour.
  • WIS 171 closed from WIS 27 (Mount Sterling) to US 61 (Rolling Ground). No detour.
  • WIS 179 closed from WIS 27 (Eastman) to WIS 131 (Steuben). No detour.

Columbia County

  • WIS 127 closed from WIS 16 (Wisconsin Dells) to WIS 16 (Portage). No detour.

Dane County

  • US 14 closed between Cross Plains and Black Earth; traffic continues to be detoured via WIS 78 and US 12.
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In Monona officials say these roads will be closed today and Friday

  • Winnequah Rd. at Progressive Avenue will be closed Thursday and part of the day on Friday to reconstruct a broken storm sewer main that caused a dip in the roadway.  
  • Traffic heading North along Winnequah will be routed East on Progressive Ave and North on Rothman Plc.  
  • Traffic heading South on Winnequah will be routed South on Rothman Plc. and West on Progressive Ave.
  • A sanitary main is broken on Southern Cir. and is being repaired today.  This work should be completed by the end of the day today or early Friday morning.

In Madison officials say the flow of water is increasing through the Tenney dam to manage the levels on Lake Mendota. Several roads could be impacted today, and over the next few days

  • East Washington Avenue possible lane closures. You can expect two lanes open in each direction.
  • Possible lane closures on North First Street. You can expect one lane open in each direction.
  • North Livingston Street will be closed between East Washington Avenue and East Dayton Street

Dodge County

  • WIS 49 closed from County Y to WIS 175 due to power lines on the road. No detour.

Juneau County

  • WIS 33 closed between WIS 82 and Wonewoc. No detour.

La Crosse County

  • WIS 162 closed between US 14/61 (Vernon County) and WIS 33 (Middle Ridge). No detour.

Marquette County

  • WIS 23 closed at the Neenah Creek bridge, two miles east of Briggsville; traffic detoured via WIS 82 and WIS 13.
  • WIS 22 closed at the Main Street bridge over the Montello River in Montello; traffic detoured via WIS 33, WIS 44 and WIS 73. 

Monroe County

  • WIS 33 closed between Cashton and WIS 131 (Ontario). No detour.
  • WIS 131 closed between Wilton and Ontario. No detour.

Richland County

  • WIS 131 closed between WIS 56 and WIS 82. No detour.
  • WIS 56 closed from WIS 131 (Viola) to County G. No detour.

Vernon County

  • WIS 33/131 intersection closed in Ontario. No detour.
  • WIS 56 closed between Viroqua and Viola. No detour.
  • WIS 82 closed between Slayback Road and South Mill Street (LaFarge). No detour.
  • WIS 131 closed between Ontario and Rockton. No detour.
  • WIS 131 closed between WIS 82 and West Adams Street (LaFarge). No detour.
  • WIS 162 closed between Chaseburg (Depot Street) to US 14. No detour.
  • WIS 162 closed between US 14/61 (Coon Valley) and WIS 33 (Middle Ridge, La Crosse County). No detour.

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UPDATE for Wednesday, August 29, 2018:  Man in River ID'd, Roads Closed due to Flooding throughout the Listening Area, Sandbags Available in Rock County

The body of a 57 year old Middleton man is found Wednesday morning, after Sauk County Sheriff's Officials say the car Scott Kirkpatrick was in, ended up in the Wisconsin River during the most recent round of storms. Deputies say a woman was able to get out of the car after it went into the water at the Merrimac Ferry landing last night, and believe the couple didn't realize the road ended at the landing, due to the heavy rain at the time. It is the second death during the record floods over the last week. Remember, if an area is blocked by "closed" signs, do NOT go around the signs! #turnarounddontdrown

Also, in Vernon County, roads remain closed Wednesday that had been shut-down due to flooding there on Tuesday. See the list below under the Tuesday update.

Evacuations and safety checks continue today around the Reedsburg and La Valle areas in Sauk County. It was hit by up to 6 inches of rain during several rounds of storms over the last 24 hours.

Roads are also closed throughout Sauk County:

  • WIS-33 EB and WB closed from CH-V to the Village of La Valle
  • WIS-33 is closed at WIS-23, westbound
  • Luedtke Road is closed in both directions between Menchoff Road and CH-V
  • Bass Road closed in both direction between CH-K and CH-P

Here is a list we've compiled of other area roads, impacted by flooding.

Juneau County:

  • Westbound I-90/94 has reopened to traffic between Portage and Mauston, but eastbound I-90/94 remains detoured at New Lisbon via WIS 80 to Necedah, WIS 21 to Coloma, and I-39 to Portage. NOTE:  Many other roads in the area are still covered by water, so officials are reminding drivers to stay on the specific detours as set-up by the DOT.

Columbia County:

  • I-90/94 WB remains closed at the I-39 split in Portage because of flooding.

Crawford County:

  • WIS 171 is closed in both directions between WIS 27 and US 61 because of flooding

Dodge County:

  • Highway 49 is closed due to a large power line across the road.. Authorities say it may be closed up to 24 hours as crews work to repair it.

Dane County:

  • US 14 is still closed between Cross Plains and Black Earth with traffic detoured via WIS 78 and US 12

Monroe County:

  • WIS 33 closed between Cashton and WIS 131 (Ontario)
  • WIS 131 closed between Wilton and Ontario

Richland County:

  • WIS 131 closed between WIS 56 and WIS 82
  • WIS 56 closed from WIS 131 (Viola) to County G

Rock County officials are asking residents and businesses to prepare for possible flooding the next several days, and say as the high water flows downstream, the Rock River could rise about flood stage. Sandbag stations are set up at several locations.

  • Rock Town Hall: Rock County will Sand and sandbags will be available at the Rock Town Hall at 5102 S CTH D, Afton WI. Residents will need to fill and transport their own bags.
  • Newville Park and Ride: Sand and sandbags will be available at the Newville Park and Ride located off I-39/90 at exit 163. Residents will need to fill and transport their own bags.
  • North River Road Boat Landing: Sand and sandbags will be available at the North River Road Boat Landing located off W US – 14 on North River Road. Residents will need to fill and transport their own bags.
  • Janesville: The City of Janesville is providing sandbags for Rock County residents at 900 N. Parker Drive. Please call the City Services Center at 608-755-3110 for instructions for pickup.
  • Beloit: The City of Beloit is providing sandbags at 2351 Springbrook Court. Call 608-364-2929 with any questions regarding pickup.

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UPDATE for Tuesday, August 28, 2018:  "Life Threatening" Flooding in Vernon County; Roads Closed, More Rain on the Way

Evacuations and safety checks are underway Tuesday in Coon Valley and Ontario, Wisconsin, which is in Vernon County and about two hours northwest of Madison. Officials describe the situation as "life threatening," after heavy amounts of rain overnight, and more expected today.

Many roads across Vernon County are also closed, including:

  • State Road 162 in Chaseburg
  • County Road P in Christiana
  • County Road PC in Christiana
  • County RoadP/Snowflake Curve in Christiana
  • US Highway 14/Cornell Lane in Coon Valley
  • State Highway 162/North of Coon Valley
  • County Road B/Sveum Ridge Road in Coon Valley
  • US Highway 14/State Highway 162 in Coon Valley
  • South Creek Road in Genoa
  • Koll Road in Hamburg
  • Country Road JJ in Franklin
  • Tainter Road in Franklin
  • County Road S in Webster
  • Saugstad/Kolbo in Westby
  • Garden/South (33/131) in Ontario

All lanes are closed on US-12 between Mauston and Lyndon Station in Juneau County

Officials in Sauk County say reports of overnight rainfall ranges from 3 to 7 inches. There is standing water, and damage on a few highways, leading to these closures:

  • Highway H is shut down after a culver washed out from under the road
  • Highway F is closed due to heavy damage to a bridge
  • Wisconsin 33 is also closed in both directions at Twin Pine Road, and at Springer Road because of flooding.

It is a similar story in Adams County, where these roads are closed due to flooding and damage:

  • County Highway G between Golden Court and Golden Avenue (Town of New Haven)
  • Golden Avenue between County Highway G and 3rd Avenue (Town of New Haven)
  • County Highway G between County Highway P and Golden Avenue (Town of New Haven)

Adams County officials also say high water remains a threat to drivers, here:

  • County Highway XX (Town of New Haven)
  • County Highway H at 14th Court (Town of Easton)
  • County G South of Fur Drive (Town of New Haven)
  • Portions of County Highway B and County Highway G South of Highway 82.

Several businesses impacted by last week's flooding in Middleton, including Costco, will re-open today. There are no known street closures.

However, a few Madison streets will remain closed until dry weather moves into the area. These streets are still closed:

  • East Johnson Street remains closed in both directions between North Baldwin Street and Fordem Avenue.
  • East Main Street is closed from the Yahara River to Northern Court
  • East Mifflin Street is closed between Blount Street and Paterson Street
  • Marston Ave is closed by Sherman Avenue
  • West Main Street and Brittingham Place are closed near Proudfit Street

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UPDATE for Monday, August 27, 2018: More Roads in Dane, Green County Open, A Few Streets Re-Open in Madison

  • Highway 14, Middleton to Cross Plains is open after clean-up, repairs following flooding
  • All roads closed due to flooding across Green County are open

Some of the streets through the Madison downtown Isthmus, re-opened mid-morning Monday as the high water is receding. However, Mayor Paul Soglin is still asking drivers to avoid the area if possible, and if you have to go downtown, try to car-pool with family, friends, or co-workers.

Here is what opened:

  • Inbound East Washington Avenue (from N. Brearly to N Livingston), all lanes are open inbound
  • Outbound East Washington Avenue (near S. Blount St), all lanes are open outbound
  • North First Street, between East Washington and Johnson: 2 lanes open northbound and 2 lanes open southbound
  • East. Main Street, between S. Dickinson St and Northern Court is open
  • North Livingston will open later Monday, from East Washington Avenue north to East Dayton Street

Officials are suggesting any UW students who are moving in to the dorms early this week, drive to campus from the south - with the easiest way being South Park off of the beltline.

These streets remain closed:

  • East Johnson Street is still closed from North First St to North Baldwin St
  • East Main Street, between Northern Court, both to and past the river is blocked to traffic
  • Marston Avenue, between East Johnson St & Sherman Avenue is closed. The sand pile is also located in this area.
  • 700 and 800 blocks of East Mifflin Street, between Blount St and Paterson St

Any additional rain could still cause flash flooding, and there is rain in the forecast through Tuesday. City staff will continue to monitor water levels, and will be opening and closing roads as needed.

You'll find the quick link, here, to all updates for the city of Madison, including residential areas considered at risk for flash floods.

We'll also continue to update this page to keep information easily accessible to you.

 

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UPDATE for the Weekend:  "Unprecedented." Special Flood Warning for Madison; More Streets, Parks Close on the Isthmus, Where to get Sand Bags

Flood Warnings in effect for Dane, Green, Rock Counties

Lake levels continue to rise around the Isthmus in Madison, as more streets close due to flooding. Lake Monona broke the 100-year flood mark which was 847.70, Lake Waubesa broke its 100-year stage of 847.11 on Friday, and Lake Mendota broke the 100-year flood mark late Thursday. There is more rain in the forecast Sunday, and into the next work week.

City officials are estimating the Yahara River, through the Isthmus, will go up another three to six inches next Monday and into Tuesday night. Lake Monona is estimated to rise another three inches during the next couple of days.

"It's an unprecedented event, you cannot go by what you've seen in the past in regards to what you plan to do in this event," City Engineer Rob Phillips is emphasizing.

Streets closed in Madison:

  • East Johnson Street from North Baldwin to Fordem Avenue
  • East Main Street from South Dickinson to the Yahara River
  • East Mifflin Street from North Blount to North Paterson
  • North Livingston Street from East Washington Avenue to East Dayton Street
  • South Livingston Street from East Washington Avenue to Williamson Street
  • Marston Avenue from East Johnson Street to Sherman Avenue
  • North Brearly Street from East Washington Avenue to East Mifflin

The link to the streets and roads closed site is being constantly updated by city officials, and can be found, here.

Madison Metro is also changing its bus routes based on flooded, closed streets this weekend. Call 608-266-4466 for the latest, or go to this link.

Beaches, Some Bike Paths, and Parks, including several Dog Parks, are closed in Madison:

  • All beaches
  • Bike paths around and near the Isthmus
  • All boat launches and piers
  • Bordner Park playground
  • Burr Jones Park
  • McCormick Dog Park
  • McPike Park
  • Reynolds Park
  • Tenney Park shelter, lagoon area

Also, sand bags are now available for residents and business owners at the Tenney Beach parking lot, the Common Wealth Development at 913 East Main and the Olbrich boat landing, however, more locations are being added over the weekend. The most updated list, is here.

 

A sinkhole in Middleton is shutting down part of Century Avenue (County Highway M). Century Avenue is closed between Donna Drive and Branch street until at least late Friday.

Deming Way into Middleton is closed between Gialamas Way and Fourier Drive.

Middleton Multi-Agency Resource Center: MARC will be open on Saturday, Aug. 25 to help residents affected by the flooding. The event will be from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. at Blackhawk Church on 9620 Brader Way. The Middleton Police Department recommends taking the Beltline to Mineral Point Road West to Bear Claw Way to Brader Way.

Other roads still closed:

US 14 remains closed and detoured to drivers between Middleton and Mazomanie. Detour uses WIS 78 (Mazomanie) and US 12 (Sauk City). 

WIS 78 between Mazomanie and Black Earth is closed.

And a flood assistance fund and loan program is set up at The Peoples Community Bank. Here is the news release about it:

Mazomanie, Wisconsin – Tuesday’s flooding in the Mazomanie area exceeded
the defined floodplain and left many homeowners without insurance coverage
for damages sustained.  The Mazomanie Area Flood Assistance Fund has been
established at The Peoples Community Bank and donations are being accepted at
any of the bank’s locations in Mazomanie, Arena, Barneveld, Plain, Spring
Green and Richland Center.
  Proceeds from the fund will be allocated based on
need to affected homeowners by a committee of local residents and business
people.
The Peoples Community Bank is also offering six-month, no-interest loans of
up to $5,000.00 to homeowners in flood-affected areas subject to normal
credit underwriting.  At loan maturity borrowers will have the option of
placing the loan on payments for up to five years at a fixed rate of interest
comparable to home mortgages of similar term.  Applicants may contact any
residential mortgage lender of the bank for assistance.

 

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UPDATE for Thursday, August 23: New info about a flood assistance fund, roads closed, and officials watching the water levels on area lakes

The State of Emergency continues for Dane County, and officials in Monona have also issued a Local State of Emergency as the lake levels are rising and flooding is anticipated over the next few days. There is also rain in the forecast for Friday which follows historic rainfall earlier in the week, leading to flooding.

Slow, no wake orders are now in effect until further notice for Lakes Mendota, Monona, and Waubesa. All beaches are closed.

Flood Warnings also remain today for Rock and Green Counties.

The Governor is visiting Mazomanie today to take a look at damages from the flooding, and possibly start the process for help from the Federal Government. Meantime, a flood assistance fund and loan program is now set up at The Peoples Community Bank. Here is the news release about it:

Mazomanie, Wisconsin – Tuesday’s flooding in the Mazomanie area exceeded
the defined floodplain and left many homeowners without insurance coverage
for damages sustained.  The Mazomanie Area Flood Assistance Fund has been
established at The Peoples Community Bank and donations are being accepted at
any of the bank’s locations in Mazomanie, Arena, Barneveld, Plain, Spring
Green and Richland Center.
  Proceeds from the fund will be allocated based on
need to affected homeowners by a committee of local residents and business
people.
The Peoples Community Bank is also offering six-month, no-interest loans of
up to $5,000.00 to homeowners in flood-affected areas subject to normal
credit underwriting.  At loan maturity borrowers will have the option of
placing the loan on payments for up to five years at a fixed rate of interest
comparable to home mortgages of similar term.  Applicants may contact any
residential mortgage lender of the bank for assistance.

Roads Closed as on Thursday:

  • East Johnson Street in Madison is now closed in both directions between North Baldwin Street and Fordem Avenue due to flooding at Tenney Park. According to a news release from City Traffic Engineering, East Johnson Street will be closed until the water recedes, which could be up to two weeks. Lake levels are expected to crest by next Wednesday, August 29.
  • Hwy 14 (Beltline through West Madison/Middleton to Mazomanie)
  • Hwy 14 bridge west of Black Earth is washed out
  • Beltline Ramps closed at Greenway
  • Beltline Ramps closed at Hwy 14
  • CTH J (Old Military Rd to CTH S)
  • CTH G (CTH J to Marsh Lane)
  • Hwy 69 (Hwy 151 to CTH PB around Verona to Belleville)

Detours:

  • A Detour has been set up in Sauk County detouring traffic from Hwy 14 to Hwy 60 to Hwy 12.
  • A Detour has been set up in Iowa County detouring traffic from Hwy 14 to Hwy 60 to Hwy 12.

The Red Cross is continuing to provide shelter at these locations:

*West High School., 30 Ash St., Madison

*Glacier Creek Middle School, 2800 Military Road, Cross Plains

*Mazomanie Elementary, 314 Anne St., Mazomanie

 

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UPDATE for Wednesday, August 22!

There is a State of Emergency issued for Dane County, and evacuations in Belleville continue this morning as the Sugar River is now rising from the record rainfall.

There is also a flood warning for the area around Blanchardville.

According to Wisconsin Department of Transportation officials, the following roads remain closed as of 5:30 am on Wednesday:

Middleton
- US 12 eastbound ramps at Greenway Boulevard and University Avenue are closed because of flooding. Motorists are advised to use an alternate route to avoid the flooding.

Verona
-WIS 69 remains closed in both directions between County PB and US 151 because of flooding.

Belleville 
WIS 92 between River St and County Rd is closed due to high water.

Spring Green
US 14 remains closed in both directions between Spring Green and Middleton because of flooding.

Mazomanie
WIS 78 is closed in both directions between US 14 and WIS 19, from Mazomanie to Black Earth, because of flooding.

The Red Cross is also providing shelter at these locations:

*West High School., 30 Ash St., Madison

*Glacier Creek Middle School, 2800 Military Road, Cross Plains

*Mazomanie Elementary, 314 Anne St., Mazomanie

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Roads are closed Tuesday, August 21, 2018, across the WOLX listening area! Here's the list as of 6:30:

CROSS PLAINS

Significant flooding across all areas of Village of Cross Plains and surrounding areas – AVOID THE AREA

All roadways into and around this area are closed, including:

Highway 14

Highway P

Highway KP

Airport Road

Also, in Western Dane County:

*Hwy 92 from County Highway A to County Highway U

*Hwy 14 from the Beltline west to Highway 78

*Highway 19 from Highway 12 to Highway 78

*Highway 78 from Highways 19 to 14

*Highway 78 from County Highway A south to Green County Highway H

*County Highway P from Hwy K to Hwy 14 and Hwy S to Hwy 14

*Highway 69 at Chalet Road

*Highway 151 at Beet Road

*Highway F from Highway 19 to Highway 14

*Highway KP from Black Earth to Cross Plains

*Highway Z from E to Hwy 78

*Highway J from Old Military Road to P

*Highway G from S to Marsh Lane

*Greenway Cross Off Ramps from Beltline

There are also street closures on the west side of the City of Madison:

-McKenna Blvd in the area of Elver Park – Hammersley Rd to Schroeder Rd
-Mineral Point Rd in the Gammon Rd area
-Mineral Point at Junction Rd
-Odana Rd in the Grand Canyon Dr area
-Old Sauk Trails Office Park Area - Deming Way / Excelsior Dr / Fourier Dr
-Pleasant View Rd at Valley View Rd 

The city of Middleton sent out this release:

The City of Middleton received significant amounts of rain last night and this morning resulting in numerous stranded people in vehicles, people unable to leave buildings and road closures. The area west of the Beltline/Hwy 12 and Parmenter St. is not accessible. University Avenue and Airport Road, the major east/west roads leading into and out of Madison are closed west of the Beltline. Do not travel in this area this morning. You will be hindering ongoing rescue operations. If a road is barricaded, do not drive through.     We will provide A number of roads are impassable around southern Wisconsin because of heavy rain. Below are updates from municipalities in our area:

FITCHBURG

Due to the heavy rain and the resulting flash flooding Monday evening, Fitchrona Road is closed from Lacy Road to Nesbitt Road. Water levels over Fitchrona Road are dangerously high, making it impassable to all traffic.The closure will remain in effect for Tuesday morning and will likely remain in place throughout Tuesday and possibly beyond. Motorists are advised to seek alternate routes. Residents of the Elan Apartments,at the corner of Lacy Road and Fitchrona Road, are able to access the complex from Fitchrona Road.

If you see high water on the road, you should turn around. Police also want to make sure no one drives around barricades that may be blocking closed roads.

SPRING GREEN

Flooding has forced a detour near Spring Green on US 14 eastbound and westbound at WIS 60 Tuesday morning.

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation says eastbound traffic will take WIS 60 east to US 12. Then take US 12 east back to US 14. Westbound traffic will reverse this detour.   

Reminders:

Do not attempt to drive through any standing water

Wide-spread power outages are reported

Repairs will begin as soon as possible.

Reports of many damaged homes and businesses

A full damage assessment will begin at daylight

Report property damage by calling 211