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Key Points - issued 3/14/24

  • The risk of spring flooding is below average across southern Wisconsin.
  • The spring flood risk is based on the following factors: No snowpack, no frost in the ground and average to below average soil moisture.
  • This flood risk pertains to the underlying risk for the early March to early June season as a whole. Flooding is still possible with heavy rain.

Briefing Slides


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