Flash Flood Watch
Issued by NWS Detroit/Pontiac, MI

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Flood Watch
National Weather Service Detroit/Pontiac MI
1201 PM EDT Wed May 20 2020

Including the city of Saginaw
1201 PM EDT Wed May 20 2020


The Flash Flood Watch for a portion of southeast Michigan has been
cancelled. Now that the flood wave from the breach of the Edenville
and Sanford Dams has subsided, rapid high rises along the Saginaw
River are no longer expected.

However, significant river flooding along the Saginaw River will
still occur as runoff from the extensive heavy rainfall continues
and full to near full drainage of several upstream lakes exacerbate
the rise in the river as water continues to drain into the Saginaw
River from the Tittabawassee River.

River levels along the Saginaw River continue to rise steadily and
the forecast is for an increase of another 2 feet at Saginaw by the
time the forecast crest of near 23 feet is reached Friday morning.



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