All of the rainy weather we have had the last few days has led the National Weather Service in Grand Rapids to issue a Flood Watch for portions of south central MI and southwest MI.
Several roads around Frederick County, Maryland, are underwater Tuesday night after flash floods inundated the area.
The Weather Service says rising temperatures this week will increase snowmelt and runoff.
As of 10:30 p.m., the weather service said heavy rain in the county caused flooding, with reports of up to 6 inches of rain in some areas.
The Rock River at Lake Koshkonong approached "minor flooding" levels on Wednesday, and is expected to border "moderate flooding" levels by the weekend. The Okanogan River is expected to rise to more than 21 feet by Saturday, which may flood some homes and farmlands.
A New Flood Watch started at 8 a.m. Monday for areas south of M-59.
The flood stage may be reached by early Tuesday afternoon.