Dean Cousino Monroe News staff reporter CousinoDean Jan 14, 2020 at 3:00 PM No significant flooding is expected in both Dundee and Monroe as only low-lying, flood-prone areas are expected to be under water due to the weekend’s heavy storm runoff. A flood warning remains in effect until further notice for the River Raisin in Blissfield, Dundee and Monroe due to heavy rain over the weekend that dumped more than two inches of moisture on the region. The National Weather Service at Detroit and Pontiac said Monday afternoon the swollen river was already at flood stage at both Blissfield and Monroe and still rising in Dundee. The river was measured at 646.4 feet above sea level in Dundee, still four inches below its flood stage (650 feet). The river was expected to crest around 650.1 feet Wednesday morning in the village, but only minor flooding was expected, forecasters said. The river was already at its 9-foot flood stage in Monroe Monday after rising almost a foot since Sunday. The river is forecast to crest […]