WISCONSIN (NBC 26) — As a Spring weather system heads our way, severe weather preparations across Northeast Wisconsin are underway.
Parts of our viewing area could be at risk for flooding.
In Shiocton, some areas may face a potential threat with heavy rain and rising rivers.
Ahead of the storm, the Outagamie County Sherrif's Office announced a no wake declaration for the Wolf River.
To the north, it’s not flooding that's the concern but power outages.
"Snow when that ice can build up on trees limbs and tree branches, that can fall on our electrical equipment and that could create an outage,” said Matt Cullen, Spokesperson for Wisconsin Public Service.
Many customers in the same area lost power last week.
"These are conditions that our crews have experience with, these are conditions are crews were restoring power last week, so they are aware of what they need to do,” Cullen said.
Cullen said he recommends customers to download the WPSapp to be able to report outages.