EAU CLAIRE, WI (WTAQ) - Flood warnings continue in far western Wisconsin.
That area has been hit the hardest by a series of rainstorms over the past few days.
The National Weather Service said 2 to 4 inches of rain have fallen in the region since last Sunday. Light rains are also predicted for Wednesday.
The Chippewa River in Eau Claire rose by 6 feet Tuesday. Officials said it would get above its flood stage Wednesday and drop on Sunday.
At Durand, the Chippewa River was expected to reach its flood stage around midnight Wednesday night, and recede below its banks by Sunday.
In Trempealeau County, a flood warning continues for the Trempealeau River at Dodge. It was almost a half-foot above its flood stage Wednesday morning. Forecasters say it will go back below its banks Thursday.
Forecasters say the rain will clear out overnight, and then it will get drier and cooler into the Memorial Day Weekend. Patchy frost is possible on Friday morning.