Winneshiek County Emergency Management

Emergency Management integrates with other agencies, local, state, and federal, to handle emergencies. This consists of seven separate functions: preparedness, response, mitigation, recovery, detection, protection, and prevention.

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Looking for rain gage totals from around Winneshiek County.  Please use this post all day today as we continue to get rain.

PLEASE remain weather aware today especially through the hours of 4-10 pm.

This post will be checked frequently.

Thank you all.

EM

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Looking for rain gage totals from around Winneshiek County. Please use this post all day today as we continue to get rain.

PLEASE remain weather aware today especially through the hours of 4-10 pm.

This post will be checked frequently.

Thank you all.

EM

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Reminder that Winneshiek County does NOT sound the outdoor sirens after any severe weather event as an "all clear" notification.  The sirens are intended to be set off as an early warning system for upcoming severe weather only. 

Please keep this information in mind when the sirens are activated due to severe weather.  

Thank you

EM

Public Service Announcement

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Reminder that Winneshiek County does NOT sound the outdoor sirens after any severe weather event as an "all clear" notification. The sirens are intended to be set off as an early warning system for upcoming severe weather only.

Please keep this information in mind when the sirens are activated due to severe weather.

Thank you

EM

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A line of storms will continue to move to the east through 10 AM. The main threats from these storms will be heavy rainfall, which will lead to ponding of water on roadways, as well as lightning. Those outdoors this morning should move indoors as these storms approach.

Flash flood watch issued for Winneshiek County noon today through Saturday morning.

PLEASE TURN AROUND, DON'T DROWN

Flash flood watch issued for Winneshiek County noon today through Saturday morning.

PLEASE TURN AROUND, DON'T DROWN