OOSTBURG - A flash flood warning was issued for southern Sheboygan County after a stationary line of thunderstorms brought torrential rains Saturday night, Aug. 8 and Sunday morning, Aug. 9. Oostburg and Cedar Grove were the main areas impacted, with impressive pooling on roads.
Localized areas reported over 5" of rain.
This storm quickly gained strength early in the morning, and at one point, the National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm warning.
Photo of flooding in Oostburg from Becca R.
Soon, it shifted to flood concerns, as this cluster of thunderstorms continued to form and hover over the most southern portion of Sheboygan County.
Cedar Grove flooding photo from Steve D.
For almost an hour straight, the southern portion of Sheboygan County saw torrential downpours. Fortunately, most of the rain fell over Lake Michigan, but many areas weren't so lucky.
Pink and red colors on radar indicate the heaviest of rain rates, which in this case was well over an inch of rain per hour.
Later Sunday evening, more severe storms pushed through southeast Wisconsin, prompting severe thunderstorm warnings and power outages, before mostly moving out by around 8 p.m.
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