Posted: Sunday, April 13, 2014 --- 7:15 p.m.
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- The National Weather Service is issuing flood watches for southern Wisconsin -- a day after thunderstorms knocked out power to some areas and caused damage in Manitowoc County.
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports that Saturday storms tore a roof of an elementary school in the Town of Cleveland in Manitowoc County. There were also reports of trees and power lines down, and a garage was blown off its foundation.
With heavy rains in the Sunday forecast, flood watches were issued for southern Wisconsin. The threat of flooding is expected to continue into Monday.
A flood warning was issued along the Wisconsin River at Portage. The National Weather Service says the river was 17.5 feet on Sunday morning -- a half a foot above flood stage. The river is expected to begin receding Monday afternoon.
Copyright 2014: Associated Press
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