Emergency management directors in Walworth, Racine and Kenosha counties are continuing to assess flooding damage. According to a July 19 release from the Wisconsin Department of Military Affairs, 175 homes were affected by the flooding, including five with major damage and two that were destroyed; 1,300 homes in Kenosha County, and 2,292 homes in Racine counties were affected.
Ten businesses in Walworth County reported minor damage. So far, the county has reported $2.6 million in damages to public roads, bridges, dams and other public infrastructures.
Four businesses in Kenosha County reported major damages. Six businesses in Racine County reported major damage, and 16 reported minor damages.
Damage to public infrastructures was reported at $3.9 million in Racine County and $1.7 million in Kenosha County.
According to the National Weather Service in Sullivan, thunderstorms will move into southeastern Wisconsin on Friday afternoon and continue into the evening hours before ending on Saturday.