Flood watch downgraded

A “flood watch” issued by Catfish Creek Conservation Authority on Tuesday morning, March 17 was downgraded to a “watershed conditions statement” on the morning of Friday, March 20.

The change from a watch to a statement indicated that creek conditions had improved, CCCA Water  Management Technician Peter Dragunas wrote in a media release.

“Flooding in low-lying areas of the watershed and the Village of Port Bruce have subsided,” he wrote. “Residents are reminded to be diligent, watch local weather conditions and creek water levels closely and to take appropriate action when circumstances require.”

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