We're saying goodbye to snow in Milwaukee as the rain washed it all away earlier today, initiating areal flood advisories for many counties in SE Wisconsin.
These kids are taking full advantage of a rainy day. Homemade water slide anyone? Photo sent in by Jessica Spuhler.
Ahoy! This kid discovered a river... in the woods! Photo sent in by Jessica Spuhler Jost.
Water floods downtown Waukesha. Photo sent in by Donyell Picard.
The water just barely stays beneath the steps. Photo sent in by Donyell Picard.
Another view of the flooding in downtown Waukesha. Photo sent in by Donyell Picard.
Waukesha County Department of Public Works crews urged drivers not to drive through the water unless absolutely necessary.
Front yards became lakes due to flooding.
Highway 83 in Northern Waukesha is closed as crews pump water out of the area.
The floods hit Jackson as well.
We Energies came across this floating transformer in Waukesha County due to flooding. Nearby residents lost power as a result.
A pond-size puddle stretches across a road in the Town of Troy. Photo sent in by Pete Adsit.
One pile of snow is all that remains after flooding on Root River Parkway. Photo sent in by Chris Rowan.
A closer look at the flooding. Photo sent in by Chris Rowan.
The Root River Parkway minus the Parkway in West Allis. Photo sent in by Chris Rowan.