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Grand Rapids Area Weekend River Flooding Update

A flood advisory continues for Kent and Ionia counties until further notice.

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Plaza Towers Residents Can Move Back In Starting Wednesday Afternoon

Residents of Plaza Towers in downtown Grand Rapids who have been displaced from their apartments since the early morning on April 20 will be able to move back into their homes starting at 3pm today.

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View Of The Grand River Flooding From A Jet Ski [Video]

Authorities are telling people to stay away from the Grand River (as in, don't touch it), but a few West Michigan residents decided to take the the flooded river on jet skis and take video of the flooding around the area. And I'm pretty glad they did.

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Updated West Michigan Road Closures

Flooding is still affecting all of West Michigan, and of course, with all of the water comes some road closures in our area. Below is a full and up-to-date list of road closures in our area. 

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West Michigan Flooding – Saturday April 20

GRAND RAPIDS

Grand Rapids declared a state of emergency on Saturday afternoon.  Declaring a state of emergency was done in anticipation of widespread damage, injury or loss of property and it puts the city in a position to receive state or federal assistance.  A state of em

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City Of Grand Rapids Asking For Volunteers To Fill Sandbags, Help With Flood Prevention

Volunteers are planning to work throughout the weekend in Grand Rapids to fill thousands of sandbags as part of an effort to hold off West Michigan floodwaters.

Several media outlets were reporting Friday morning that 1,200 sandbags had already been filled, but the city is hoping to fill 50,000 of them in order to keep the Grand River at bay

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State Of Emergency Declared In Wyoming

At 10:15 a.m. today, April 18, Wyoming Mayor Jack Poll declared a state of emergency in the city of Wyoming due to flooding issues. If residents have an urgent emergency or medical issue, they should call 911. For water-related non-emergency assistance or evacuation, a 24-hour hotline can be reached by calling (616) 530-7331. This hotline will only provide response to water-related issues.

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Roads Flooded/Closed Across West Michigan

Some of us are considering buying the supplies to build an ark if this rain doesn't let up soon. I think it's a solid plan. Especially since, as of this morning, several roads are closed across West Michigan due to flooding. Our friends at WZZM-13 have compiled a list of the road closings that have been reported so far. See if your commuted will be affected after the jump.

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Grand River Flooding Potential

There is a huge potential this week for flooding along the Grand River.  So far in April, our area is over 3 inches ABOVE the average monthly rainfall of 1.65 inches.

The forecast for Thursday calls for rain in the morning and storms by afternoon, which could give us an additional 3 inches of rain

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Residents Cope With Flooding Along Mississippi [PHOTOS]

As residents along the Mississippi River continued to cope with flooding on Thursday, the river, already at record levels, was set to crest in Vicksburg, Miss. on Thursday morning.

The river was at 57.2 feet in Vicksburg on Wednesday morning, a level well above the previous record of 56.2 feet set on May 4, 1927, according to the National Weather Service. The river was expected to reach 57.5 feet on Thursday morning, about 14.5 feet over flooding stage.

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Rain, Rain, & More Rain Forecasted For Grand Rapids

I hope you enjoyed the warm sunshine we had on Easter Sunday, like I did, because it may have been our only break from bad weather for another long stretch of time!

Starting today through Thursday we are expected to get at least two inches of rain that may cause flooding along the Grand and Thornapple Rivers.

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