Fox River Flood Warning Issued for Kenosha County, WI

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New Munster, WI – Residents in New Munster and surrounding areas brace for flooding as the National Weather Service issues a flood warning for the Fox River in Kenosha County. Effective from April 2, the alert extends until further notice, signaling moderate flooding that could impact local roads and homes in the Town of Wheatland and Village of Salem Lakes.

According to the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Division of Emergency Management, preparation is key to safety. Residents are advised to keep abreast of updates via local news and the National Weather Service. 

An emergency kit should be readily available, and important documents must be stored securely. Authorities caution against driving around barricades or through floodwaters due to hidden hazards. For comprehensive flood safety guidelines, visit Ready Wisconsin’s website.

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