DUNDEE, Michigan — A flood warning is no longer in effect along the River Raisin in Monroe County.
The National Weather Service says water levels retreated on Wednesday after some roads and parks were earlier swamped.
William Powell, 17, rides his bike through the flooded waters on W. Elm St. Wednesday afternoon, July 1, 2015 in Monroe, Mich. The National Weather Service says a flood warning continues after some roads and parks were earlier swamped. The latest measurements Wednesday show the river half a foot over flood stage at Blissfield and Dundee and half an inch over at Monroe. The weather service says that the river's level should fall more Wednesday and go below flood stage by early Thursday. (Tom Hawley/The Monroe Evening News via AP)
Flooding mostly affected the village of Dundee, where water washed over M-50 — closing the road and a downtown bridge. The Monroe News reports the bridge was back open on Thursday morning.
In a posting on the village website, officials say American Red Cross flood cleanup kits for Dundee residents will be available starting Thursday at the village offices.
Flooding also was reported along the river in Blissfield and Monroe, affecting some roadways and parks.
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