Flash Flood Watch in effect until 8 am Thursday

Extensive flooding reported in southeast Wisconsin 2-5 inches of rain has fallen

Extensive flooding reported in southeast Wisconsin 2-5 inches of rain has fallen

The National Weather Service issued a Flash Flood Watch for 14 counties including all of the GLOW region.

The flood watch (http://bit.ly/2tdOhQV) is in effect from 2 p.m. Wednesday through Thursday morning.

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Areas that received flooding rains early Monday will be more susceptible to additional flooding.

Almost half of the counties in the Lower Peninsula - 33 counties stretching across the southern half - are now under a flood watch.

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In Southeast Michigan, the NWS says: "Rainfall rates of 1 to 2 inches per hour are likely within the stronger thunderstorm activity".

When flash flooding occurs, avoid any road with water covering it. Turn around, don't drown! The greatest risk for flash flooding looks to line up in southern Wisconsin, though areas near and north of U.S. 20 are at a lower risk.

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The flash flood warning is in effect until 4:45 a.m. Wednesday while scattered thunderstorms move from northwestern IL late Tuesday to northeastern IL overnight, according to a hazardous weather report issued by the National Weather Service office in Chicago. It triggered a flash flood warning that expired Tuesday night.

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