State of emergency in Wisconsin due to flooding; flood warning for Ozaukee County

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Thanks to flooding conditions across the state due to rain and snow melting, Governor Tony Evers has issued a State of Emergency throughout Wisconsin.

Among those conditions: The National Weather Service has issued a flood warning in Ozaukee County.

It involves the Milwaukee River at Waubeka. Flood stage for that river is 9.5 feet, and it reached 10.3 feet of depth.

The National Weather Service says impacts could include water reaching structures on nearby River Road, numerous back yards and parks in the area.

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