Cloudy skies this morning will become partly cloudy this afternoon. High 62F. Winds light and variable..
Considerable cloudiness. Occasional rain showers after midnight. Low near 50F. Winds ESE at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 40%.
Updated: October 20, 2019 @ 12:12 pm
Record rains slammed Dane County on Monday and Tuesday, leading to flooding and widespread damage.
Tyler Statz takes a break Tuesday from cleaning out his flooded home on Riverview Drive in Black Earth. Nearby Mazomanie and Cross Plains were also hard hit.
The Highway 14 bridge in Black Earth was washed out by floodwaters Monday night. A milk truck, rear, was damaged when it fell into the gap.
The backyard of Tyler Statz's flooded home on Riverview Drive in Black Earth.
Angie Sperfslage helps Tyler State clean out his flooded garage on Riverview Drive in Black Earth on Tuesday.
Dane County sheriff's deputy moves a cone as floodwaters from Black Earth Creek recede Tuesday on Hudson Street in Mazomanie.
People watch the floodwaters of Black Earth Creek flow over Bridge Road in Mazomanie on Tuesday. Heavy rains Monday night caused extensive flooding in Black Earth and Mazomanie, as well as other parts of Dane County.
Rachel Carlson, an employee with the Shoe Box in Black Earth, carries shoes Tuesday to the store's still-submerged parking lot to dry off after high water ran through the store Monday night. Owner Steve Schmitt said about half of the store's inventory of 875,000 pairs of shoes were damaged.
Steve Schmidt, owner of the Shoe Box in Black Earth, right, experienced flooding in both the Shoe Box and Bargain Box.
Drew Schlimge cleans water off the floors at the Shoe Box in Black Earth on Tuesday.
Madison Fire Department's lake rescue team searches Tuesday in Greentree-Chapel Hills Park for a man who disappeared after the car he was in was swept away by floodwaters. His body was found later Tuesday morning.
The Madison Fire Department's lake rescue team search Tuesday for a man that went missing after the car he was in was swept away by floodwaters, at Greentree-Chapel Hills Park in Madison.
Madison Fire Department crews search Greentree-Chapel Hills Park on Tuesday for the body of a man swept away in floodwaters Monday night.
Madison Police officer Dustin Clark, right, with Sgt. Daryl Doberstein, pilots a drone Tuesday as part of the search effort.
This is the view from the exit of Memorial High School onto Mineral Point Road.
Mineral Point Road between Gammon Road and Grand Canyon Boulevard remained closed Tuesday with floodwaters and abandoned vehicles.
Heavy rains flooded the West Towne soccer fields, near Madison's Memorial High School, and shut down part of Mineral Point Road on Monday evening.
Scott and Laura Simmerman, with their daughter, Brooke, 17, left, talk Tuesday about the flooding at their home after Monday's record rainfall hit the area. Soaked items from their basement are at right. Their home is next to a park where a man died Monday in the storm.
Laura Simmerman cleans out her flooded 19-year-old son's room in the basement of their home on Chapel Hill Road.
Mineral Point Road remained flooded Tuesday.
Odana Road was shut down Tuesday after heavy rains flooded the roadway and stranded several vehicles.
Debris covers the sidewalk and parking lot of a strip mall along Odana Road on Tuesday.
Several businesses along Odana Road had water surrounding their buildings.
More than two dozen vehicles remained stranded Tuesday morning in floodwaters on Odana Road just west of Grand Canyon Boulevard. Detention ponds between Odana and Mineral Point roads were unable to contain Monday night's torrential rains.
Jeff Jensen hoses debris off the parking lot of his Car Care Clinic on University Avenue on Tuesday morning. Jensen said he got about 6 inches of water inside the garage when storm sewers failed to keep up with heavy rains Monday night.
Rama Sapkota surveys the lot at the Spirit Mart gas station she manages on University Avenue. Water lifted the cover off one of the underground storage tanks, and the store remained without power at 8:35 a.m. Tuesday.
A storm sewer cover is displaced on Gilbert Road near Whitney Way, where the intersection remained underwater Tuesday morning.
Pumps work to drain waist-deep water from the construction site of the Quarry Shoppes & Apartments on University Avenue on Tuesday.
On Tuesday, water surrounds Costco in Middleton, where dozens of people were stranded overnight.
A car is stranded Tuesday in a washed-out portion of Deming Way in Middleton.
Muddy shoes left on car stranded under Beltline on Discovery Drive in Middleton on Tuesday.
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