GRANT COUNTY, WI (WTAQ) - Folks in western and northern Wisconsin are digging out from up to seven-and-a-half inches of new snow.
But further south, at least five rivers were above their flood stages at mid-morning, due to heavy and steady rains during the weekend.
The National Weather Service issued a flood advisory for part of Grant County until 9:30 a.m. That was after two town roads were closed, due to high waters from the Little Platte River.
Only minor flooding is predicted in all of the flood warnings except the Sheboygan River – which was almost two-and-a-half feet above its flood stage.
Moderate floods are predicted at Sheboygan, and the river is not expected to drop below its banks until Tuesday evening.
Turtle Creek near Beloit, Spring Creek at Lodi, the Fox River in Kenosha County, and the Pecatonica River at Lafayette and Darlington were all slightly above their banks Monday.
The Sugar River at Brodhead also has a flood warning. That one’s about a half-foot below its flood stage.
It snowed as far south as La Crosse, which got 4 inches Sunday night and early Monday.
Osseo had the most, with 7.5. Medford had almost 6.5 inches. Wausau had around 5.
Forecasts call for more occasional light snow and freezing rain throughout the Badger State at least through Monday night.