ROBINSON TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WOOD) - An ice jam in Grand Haven continues to cause flooding upstream in Robinson Township.
A National Weather Service Flood Warning remains in effect until late Wednesday night.
Grand River levels in Robinson Tonwship were at 14.6 feet Sunday morning, well above the 13.3-foot flood stage. The river was expected to fall again overnight to about 14.4 feet and should remain at about that level until Wednesday.
The flooding started before the latest winter storm at the end of last week brought as much as 14 inches of snow in many communities around the state.
Van Lopik Road remains under a foot or two of water, , and there has been some moderate flooding of homes at the east end of the Van Lopik subdivision, according to the NWS.
The Weather Service warns drivers not to try to go around barricades.
In May 2009, there was a similar crest of 14.6 feet, according to the NWS. In March 1997, the river crested at 15.6 feet.
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