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Major spring floods unlikely in Northeastern Wisconsin

7:02 AM, Mar. 21, 2014
The flow of Northeastern Wisconsin rivers is always more turbulent in the spring, but isn't expected to cause major flooding this year.
The flow of Northeastern Wisconsin rivers is always more turbulent in the spring, but isn't expected to cause major flooding this year.
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A projected cool and dry transition to spring has tempered concerns of flooding in Northeastern Wisconsin despite the winter's deep frost and heavy snow cover.

"The last week or so, we've lost quite a bit of snow in a very orderly fashion," said Jeff Last of the National Weather Service in Ashwaubenon. "Temperatures have been in the upper 30s, near 40, during the day, it refreezes at night ... very nice and slow, and it enables the rivers to behave.

"We don't expect widespread flooding," he said. "So far, so good in Green Bay and the Fox Valley with regard to the melt." ...

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