More than 8 inches of rain fell across parts of western Wisconsin Sunday night into Monday, washing out roads and causing some families to evacuate their homes.

The aerial footage below was captured Monday evening, June 29, 2020, on Highway 63 near Baldwin.

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The National Weather Service issued a flood warning for parts of St. Croix and Pierce counties continuing into Tuesday morning. There were reports of flooding along the Rush and Trimbelle rivers.

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Roadway damage is pictured Monday afternoon, June 29, 2020, on Powell Avenue in River Falls, Wisconsin, after storms brought heavy rain and flash flooding to the area. Photo courtesy James Scott
Roadway damage is pictured Monday afternoon, June 29, 2020, on Powell Avenue in River Falls, Wisconsin, after storms brought heavy rain and flash flooding to the area. Photo courtesy James Scott

Pierce Pepin Cooperative Services was working since Sunday night to restore power due to a damaged transmission line and flooding on the Rush River near Martell and El Paso.

The view from northbound Highway 63 near Martell, Wisconsin, on Monday, June 29, 2020, after a night of heavy rain. Photo courtesy of Tim Wiff
The view from northbound Highway 63 near Martell, Wisconsin, on Monday, June 29, 2020, after a night of heavy rain. Photo courtesy of Tim Wiff

The video below shows flooding near Hoffman Park in River Falls, Wisconsin, captured June 29, 2020.