Flood Potential Outlook
Issued by NWS Green Bay, WI

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HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREEN BAY WI
428 PM CDT SUN MAR 30 2014

...COMBINATION OF SNOW MELT AND LIGHT RAINFALL LIKELY TO CAUSE
AREA RIVERS TO RISE THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT...

WARMER TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED OVER WISCONSIN THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT
AHEAD OF A DEVELOPING STORM SYSTEM. THE STORM SYSTEM IS EXPECTED TO
MOVE FROM NEBRASKA TO WESTERN LAKE SUPERIOR MONDAY INTO MONDAY
NIGHT. THE COMBINATION OF WARM TEMPERATURES AND LIGHT RAINFALL
FROM THE STORM WILL RESULT IN SOME MELTING OF THE REMAINING SNOW
PACK OVER NORTHERN WISCONSIN. SINCE THE GROUND UNDERNEATH THE SNOW
WILL REMAIN FROZEN...THE RUNOFF WILL FLOW INTO STREAMS AND
RIVERS...MOST OF WHICH STILL WERE ICE-COVERED. AN INCREASED
POTENTIAL FOR FLOODING CONTINUES THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT.

ANYONE LIVING NEAR A RIVER OR STREAM...OR IN A LOW-LYING AREA IN
NORTHERN WISCONSIN...SHOULD MONITOR LATER FORECASTS FOR UPDATED
INFORMATION ON THE POTENTIAL FOR FLOODING.

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MPC





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