Flood Watch & Warning Notifications

The National Weather Service issues a "flood watch" when conditions are right for flooding, and a "flood warning" when they know that a flood is going to happen.

Flood watches and warnings are put out through the Emergency Alert System over television and radio. Pay attention to flood forecasts, especially in the early spring. Most floods in Lansing happen in March, although flooding can occur at any time.

You can find out what flood levels are expected to be in your neighborhood by visiting the National Weather Service Website.