Chippewa River still under flood advisory

Violet Powell
April 14, 2017

The flood advisory issued last week was extended early Tuesday morning for many rivers in MI as April weather brings spring flooding to the state.

Flooding is not expected to be a major issue, with most spots along the river seeing minor flooding - just 1-2′ above flood stage.

In Augusta, the river will rise to 14.5 feet by Wednesday afternoon.

At 8:30 p.m. Monday, the Mississippi River's stage at Cape Girardeau was 34.7 feet. High-water levels in these river basins caused road, basement and parking-lot flooding. Water will be up to the edge of Front Street in Hallowell.

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A recent stretch of heavy rain and storms pushed portions of the Grand River and the Kalamazoo River above the flooding stage this week.

According to the National Weather Service, much of the rain is expected to fall overnight, making flooded roadways less visible.

A flood warning for the Ohio River at Cairo remains in effect until late Friday night.

Warm weather will continue through Wednesday before a cold front moves through, resulting in cooler temperatures for the end of the week.

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