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Wisconsin State Emergency Operations Center

When an emergency occurs, each state agency carries out its responsibilities independent of other agencies. The activities of state agencies must be closely coordinated if the state is to respond effectively. The purpose of the State Emergency Operations Center is to facilitate that coordination.

Emergency Operations Center Status

The EOC status is currently Level 4.
24-Hour Duty Officer
: 1-800-943-0003

EOC Activation Levels

2015 Situation Reports

E-Sponder

Current Situation

Severe Weather Update

Situation Report # 3, 3/18/2016, 3/18/2016

Many communities across Wisconsin continue to deal with flooding from heavy rains that moved across the state earlier this week.

Summary of impacts:

East Central

Green Lake County – The Fox River is at flood stage in Berlin on Friday but no major flooding is anticipated.

Waupaca County – The Wolf River hit flood stage yesterday and will crest Monday and Tuesday. The Embarrass and Little Wolf rivers are at flood stage but receding.

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Situation Report # 2, 3/17/2016,

Wisconsin residents continue to deal with the impact of heavy rains and high winds from a storm system that moved across the state Tuesday and Wednesday. Flood Warnings continue along several rivers with flooding expected into the weekend.

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Situation Report # 1, 3/16/2016, 3/16/2016

Heavy rains and high winds Tuesday night into Wednesday have caused damage across Wisconsin. The National Weather Service has issued multiple Flood Warnings and Advisories for several rivers. Multiple trees and power lines are down across southern Wisconsin blocking roads and causing sporadic power outages. Northern Wisconsin is dealing with a snow storm dumping 8 to 12 inches today and tonight.

Summary of impacts:

East Central----Brown County – Storm sewer washout on south and west side of 172. Minor street flooding on County Highway ZZ in Wrightstown.

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