Thursday, Sept. 6, 2:00 pm
Lake Levels & Weather Outlook
As of Thursday morning, Sept. 6, Lake Monona is at a new record high of 848.53 inches, two inches higher than yesterday, and ten inches higher than the 100-year flood level. Lake Monona is expected to crest today, and dry weather is predicted for the coming days; however, we are not in the clear. Flooding remains an ongoing risk as long as lake levels remain this high. Once again, do not remove sandbags, and continue to be on alert.
E Washington Ave
All inbound lanes of East Washington Avenue at Livingston Street are now open.
Capital City Trail
The Capital City Trail near Monona Terrace, from Broom Street to Blair Street, is expected to re-open later this afternoon. Additional signage will be posted warning bike path users of wet surfaces on the east and west ends of Monona Terrace. Users will need to walk their bikes as they navigate the east end of Monona Terrace as the path will be narrowed due to the water line.