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#811 Posted : Sunday, June 16, 2019 9:55:53 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: William Schlafer Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: big_river_bum Go to Quoted Post
Zoom into wisconsin on this map. I'm in stoddard right now and just southeast of town got over 4 inches of rain in the last 90 minutes

That's the last thing folks in that area need after the last couple years of flooding.

I was really hoping for a quiet summer for the DA. I drove though the upper part of Vernon county yesterday on the way back to Milwaukee. Damage from last summers flood was still obvious. Brush Creek along Hwy 33 was really hard hit. Although, there were lots of bike riders, canoe/kayakers and campers about, which is good for local economy.

All this rain is bad news also for the states downstream along the Mississippi River.


the real heavy stuff was very localized and luckily a lot of it fell in the mississippi river valley and not all on top of the hills

i fished with my dad in crawford county today and we had excellent conditions
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