BUFFALO COUNTY, WI (WTAQ) - As things dried up Tuesday, most flood warnings were canceled along rivers in western Wisconsin.
The only warning still in effect is on the Mississippi River at Wabasha, across from Buffalo County. The river was more than a foot below its flood stage Wednesday morning.
The National Weather Service now expects it to rise above its banks on Saturday before cresting Sunday night. Only minor flooding is projected.
Forecasters say we'll have a partly cloudy day Wednesday, with scattered light rain in southern Wisconsin into the afternoon.
It's supposed to be sunny Thursday and Friday, with a slight chance of rain coming through. Highs are expected to be generally in the 70's throughout the Badger State at least through Sunday.
(Story courtesy of Wheeler News Service)