Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker declared a state of emergency after thunderstorms that began Saturday night dumped up to 10 inches of rain on already saturated ground in western Wisconsin. The Wisconsin governor declared a state of emergency in eight counties after storms brought flooding on Monday. The counties with the most damage are the Danish, Danish and Danish counties, as the rain moved into the area.
Investigations into flood damage in parts of eastern, central and northeastern Minnesota, which was also hit by heavy rains Saturday night and early Sunday morning, are continuing, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
The 2016 floods follow a similar storm in June 2012 that caused severe flood damage in northeastern Minnesota and also affected northwestern Wisconsin, including parts of Douglas, Bayfield, Fond du Lac, Hennepin, Waukesha and St. Croix counties. This follows a 100 to 500-year-old storm in 2012 that caused major flooding in Douglas and Bayfields counties in this part of Minnesota. The new estimates significantly increase the rainfall associated with a storm that is expected to occur in northern Wisconsin this year with a 1% probability. The June 2012 storm's rainfall was more than twice that of the 2016 flood and nearly three times that of the flood that caused significant damage, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
Drummond had 15.04 inches of rain, and Brule had 10.73 inches, while nearby Ashland had 6.36 inches and Odanah on the Bad River Reservation had 7.16 inches.
The Bad River, which flows into Lake Superior, is a remarkable waterway, and Wisconsin Emergency Management has documented extensive aerial surveys. Wisconsin is at high risk of flooding because of its elevated location and high water levels, according to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.
After a storm, the sewage can also flood basements. Water damage to homes and buildings can be harmful, but the situation is much worse when the flood water contains sewage, according to Wisconsin Emergency Management.
You may want to avoid plates that grade - after - degrees with high humidity, especially if other residents have asthma or other respiratory diseases. The building supervisor can instruct your landlord to fix water damage such as faded paint, stained carpets, broken windows, moldy walls and other problems.
To help you learn more about water damage to your building and other water problems in the region, we will send a team of qualified water repair technicians from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. These technicians will deal with flooding and water damage and remove stagnant water and moisture with the latest equipment. They repair structural damage, stabilize severely damaged buildings, ensure that the surfaces are dry to avoid structural damage and mould, and repair or repair sanitary and electrical installations.
If you have any questions about water damage to your building or other water problems in Superior, please contact the editorial staff at mpr @ mpr.org So we can certainly share it with you. We are also available for storm damage repair and remediation throughout the Superior area. The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and the Superior Fire Department will take care of all the work to restore your property to its original condition.
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At the Wisconsin Wetlands Association (WWA), we have long understood that wetland loss and degradation can affect a landscape's ability to slow and absorb flooding. Large storms will bring runoff into Lake Superior, and preventing leachate can help minimize the impact of water damage to the Great Lakes and other Wisconsin waterways. We can deal with any level of water damage from a storm, including indoor leaks and flooding.