MADISON (WKOW) -- Water levels are finally going down on lakes and rivers in many parts of Wisconsin.
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) experts say levels are beginning to drop in central and southern Wisconsin, despite rain last week.
The DNR says the Flambeau River is still high, but the St. Croix, Wolf, Baraboo, Rock, Wisconsin and Mississippi rivers have all been going down. Sandbars along the Lower Wisconsin State Riverway are returning.
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