PHOTOS, VIDEOS: Flooding hits Green Bay, surrounding areas due to strong winds

Local News

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) – Strong winds from the north and northeast have caused flooding across Green Bay and Suamico on Wednesday.

The Neville Public Museum found its parking lot underwater, as seen below on WFRV Local 5’s SkyView camera courtesy of Pella Windows and Doors of Wisconsin.

Residents along East Shore Drive were being rescued by boat by crews from the Green Bay Metro Fire Department.

Mike Friis shared this video of flooding along City Deck near the Walnut Street bridge with WFRV Local 5.

Roger Schmitz sent WFRV Local 5 photos of flooding along Cottage Row in Fish Creek.

Residents like Denise Taylor on Longtail Beach Lane in Suamico reported flooding as well.

David Decker shared the below photos with WFRV Local 5 of flooding along the Suamico River, showing water over the roadways.

WFRV Local 5’s Calvin Lewis found flooding in Green Bay Wednesday morning.

For the area’s certified most accurate forecast, visit the Storm Team 5 page or download the free Storm Team 5 Weather app.


To share your photos or videos of severe weather with WFRV Local 5, visit our Facebook or Twitter pages, or email us at

Copyright 2021 Nexstar Media Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

Don't Miss

More Don't Miss

Coronavirus News

More Coronavirus

Trending Stories

Your Local Election HQ

More Election

Local Sports

NDA boys soccer preps for state soccer

Cam Fuller announced as 15th athletic director for St. Norbert College

Bay Port's Baranczyk eyes strong finish to high school golf career

Northeast Wisconsin natives Dietzen and Heim work to earn shot at NFL

Boys soccer teams punch tickets to state

HS Football: Fond du Lac runs away from Kimberly; De Pere, Omro finish unbeaten