MILWAUKEE (AP) - The National Weather Service is issuing flood watches for southern Wisconsin - a day after thunderstorms knocked out power to some areas and caused damage in Manitowoc County.The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports that Saturday storms tore a roof of an elementary school in the Town of Cleveland in Manitowoc County. There were also reports of trees and power lines down, and a garage was blown off its foundation.With heavy rains in the Sunday forecast, flood watches were issued for southern Wisconsin. The threat of flooding is expected to continue into Monday.A flood warning was issued along the Wisconsin River at Portage. The National Weather Service says the river was 17.5 feet on Sunday morning - a half a foot above flood stage. The river is expected to begin receding Monday afternoon.
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