We might be a little damp here to start the week, but folks across southern Wisconsin are waking-up to flood worries.
The National Weather Service has the entire southern third of the state under a flood watch til later this afternoon. Forecasters say Madison and the surrounding counties could see as much as two inches of rain. The same forecasters say folks to the north could get even more rain. The fear is low-lying areas could end-up underwater, and local streams and creeks could easily become swamped.