WISCONSIN (WFRV) -Showers, thunderstorms and torrential downpours have begun to cause flooding in Wisconsin this morning. Officials report flooding on State Highway 32 in Pulaski. Water is one foot deep over the road. Stevens Point and Wisconsin Rapids have already seen more than three inches of rain. Green Bay and the Fox Cities are already creeping toward two inches of total rainfall. Roads are closed in and out of Arcadia, Wisconsin. Evacuations are occurring and the mayor there has declared a State of Emergency. Rain totals in western Wisconsin have exceeded four inches. As the afternoon arrives, the heaviest rain bands will develop and move over northern Wisconsin where Flood Watches remain in effect through the day today into tomorrow morning. The potential exists for some locations to pick up four to five inches of rain by Friday morning. Street and river flooding will be a concern through the rest of today. Storm Team 5 will keep you informed both on-air and online (www.wfrv.com).