Flood Potential Outlook
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HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREEN BAY WI
910 AM CDT TUE MAR 15 2016

...RAINFALL LIKELY TO CAUSE RISES IN RIVER LEVELS...AND POSSIBLY
SOME FLOODING...LATER THIS WEEK...

A STRONG STORM SYSTEM WILL MOVE INTO THE AREA TONIGHT AND THEN
LINGER ACROSS THE AREA UNTIL LATE IN THE WEEK. THE STORM WILL
BRING A WIDESPREAD SOAKING RAIN TONIGHT. LIGHTER PRECIPITATION
WILL LINGER WEDNESDAY INTO THURSDAY...WITH THE ARRIVAL OF COLDER
AIR GRADUALLY CAUSING THE PRECIPITATION TO CHANGE TO SNOW DURING
THAT TIME.

A TOTAL RAINFALL RANGING FROM THREE-QUARTERS OF AN INCH TO ONE
AND ONE-HALF INCHES IS EXPECTED WITH THE STORM...WITH THE HIGHEST
TOTALS OCCURRING IN CENTRAL AND NORTH-CENTRAL WISCONSIN. ALTHOUGH
MOST OF THE SNOW PACK ACROSS THE AREA HAS MELTED...SOME OF THAT
WATER WAS STILL WORKING IT/S WAY THROUGH RIVER SYSTEMS. THE
EXPECTED RAINFALL WILL CAUSE RIVERS TO RISE. SOME RIVERS COULD
REACH FLOOD STAGE...ESPECIALLY IN CENTRAL WISCONSIN.

ANYONE LIVING NEAR A RIVER OR STREAM SHOULD CLOSELY MONITOR LATER
FORECASTS AND STATEMENTS ON THE POTENTIAL FOR FLOODING.

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