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Baraboo, Fox, Kickapoo & Mississippi Rivers all under flood warnings

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MADISON (WKOW) - The National Weather Service has issued flood warnings for multiple rivers around southern Wisconsin. Low-lying areas along the rivers' banks may be flooded, so avoid these spots and pay attention to any posted information from local officials.

River levels will be slow to fall since more rain is forecast later this work week after an active weather set up last week as well.

Your 27 Storm Track 7-day forecast 

The Baraboo River in Baraboo is at 19.74 feet and will stay in the minor flood category through Thursday. In Rock Springs, river levels will continue to rise and peak around 21.6 feet on Monday in the moderate flood category. It will fall below flood stage by Thursday. The Baraboo River is also in the minor flood stage in Reedsburg.

The Fox River in Berlin has just entered into flood stage Sunday evening at 13.01 feet and will continue to experience minor flooding for the rest of the week.

The Kickapoo River in Steuben is at 13.7 feet, as of Sunday evening, and will stay in the moderate flood stage through Tuesday. It will fall below flood stage by Wednesday.

The Mississippi River near Dubuque is in the moderate flood stage at 19.49 feet and will crest on Tuesday at 20.2 feet. Flooding will continue for at least the rest of the week. Upstream near Gutenberg, the river is at 16.9 feet and will crest late Monday at 17.2 feet, still in the minor flood category. In McGregor, moderate flooding will occur by Wednesday around 19.4 feet before falling back to the minor flood category on Friday. And finally, in Lynxville, the river will experience minor flooding through Saturday.

Full list of updated flood warnings from the NWS

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