Courtesy Curbed SF
August 23, 2018 – Washington Co., WI – Washington County got a good soaking this week as the National Weather Service issued a flash flood watch Monday evening into Tuesday for Washington Co. and neighboring Dodge Co., Waukesha Co., Ozaukee Co., and Sheboygan County.
The rain started in earnest just after 6 p.m. Monday. The heavy precipitation was accompanied by some lightning.
Neighbors in Washington County chimed in with rainfall totals.
Dick Geldreich Highway H – Town of Farmington – 5 inches this morning
Barbara Patzen Mull – south of West Bend 2.2″
Ruth Marks – Just over 3.5 inches west of Big Cedar Lake on top of the Great Divide at 8:20 a.m., still getting a light drizzle.
Margaret Pfaff – Just under 3.5 inches in Slinger. On Ellys Way.
Laurie Wagner – south side of West Bend 3.1 inches
Monica Larson Lohry – 6 inches in Slinger, we are by St. Paul’s Church.
Gloria Rodenkirch – Green Lake, Farmington – 3.5 inches
Aaron Weyer – 3.75 inches north side West Bend
Terry Groth – 2.5 inches in Jackson, 1 mile south of the hospital.
Toni Owens – little more than 3 inches west side of Silver Lake.
Debby Wolfe-Schmid – West Decorah 3.5 inches
Kathy Ingles – 3.4 inches Town of Ashford/Campbellsport