The Grand River Conservation Authority is issuing a flood warning for the entire Grand River region.
Flood Coordinators in Wilmot, Woolwich, North Dumfries, and Cambridge are requested to maintain road closures as necessary and continue to monitor conditions.
"The worst of the weather is over, but we could continue to see flooding here at the Grand River as we see some snow and ice melt and some of the water continues to travel down to the river", said Aaron Dimick, the Jackson Public Information Officer.More news: 'Silence of the Lambs' Sequel Series 'Clarice' in the Works at CBS
The Grand River Conservation Authority says that river flows in the northern and central sections of the watershed are receding, a lot of them having peaked early Monday morning. River flows through Cayuga and Dunnville will continue to rise through the day on Monday before peaking overnight Monday into early Tuesday morning.
Meanwhile, Haldimand County says the river has peaked in some smaller communities in Caledonia, York and Cayuga. But on Monday afternoon, some areas still had road closures because of flooding.
"Flows in the Grand River through Cayuga are expected to peak in the 1270 cm/s [centimetres per second] range around midnight on Monday", the municipality said in a statement. The municipality is suggesting residents prepare for a flooding event.More news: Legends Of Runeterra's Public Beta Starts Next Week
The Mazon River along Route 113 near Coal City crested below flood stage by Sunday.
Flows in the Grand River near Dunville are also expected to peak on Tuesday.
Debris such as trees and branches was swept into the river during the weekend storm and continues to pose a risk on waterways.More news: Serena Williams makes grand gesture after winning title in Auckland
This message will remain in effect until Wednesday Jan. 15, 2020.