MILWAUKEE — Heavy thunderstorms are flooding roads and low-mendacity areas in southern Wisconsin, inflicting Amtrak to droop service between Milwaukee and Chicago.
Amtrak says native flooding in Kenosha County and Lake County, Illinois has led to a practice monitor closure affecting the Hiawatha line. Amtrak didn’t say when restoration of service was anticipated.
The Nationwide Climate Service has issued a flash flood warning for elements of Walworth, Racine and Kenosha counties by means of Wednesday morning. As much as 5 inches of rain has already fallen.
A flash flood watch is in impact from Sheboygan south to the east and in south central Wisconsin. The storms are additionally producing wind gusts of as much as 60 mph in addition to hail.