GRAND RAPIDS — (FOX 17) — As of 4:45 Thursday afternoon, the Grand River in Downtown Grand Rapids has fallen below flood stage. The current level is now 17.9 feet, just under the flood stage of 18.0 feet. Today’s level is about four feet below the record flooding that occurred this past weekend. This picture was taken at the height of the flood.
Other areas are still experiencing flooding. Comstock Park and Robinson Township are still under flood warnings, with the levels not expected to fall below flood stage until Sunday or Monday. For a look at the latest river stages across West Michigan, click HERE.
Luckily, there isn’t much rain on the way until next week. For the latest forecast, join us on FOX 17 News, or visit the weather page at http://www.fox17online.com/weather