June Flooding in Grand Marais and along the North Shore

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June Flooding in Grand Marais and along the North Shore

Postby bwca » Fri Jun 06, 2008 12:13 pm

Weather Warning from the Cook County Sheriff 6/6/08

Due to flash flooding in Cook County, travel is not advised until road crews can evaluate and clear roads. Many roads have areas under water. Rushing water is washing out roadbeds and ditches. Washouts across roads pose a hazard. Debris washed onto roads pose a hazard. More rain is expected.

Repeat: Travel is not advised until road crews can evaluate and clear roads.

Jim Wiinanen
Emergency Management Director
Cook County
143 Gunflint Trail
Grand Marais, MN 55604
Direct: 218-387-3059
Fax: 218-387-3089
E-mail: jim.wiinanen@co.cook.mn.us
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From the Cook County Sheriff:
The local public information team has been activated at the Cook County Courthouse to provide information about this flooding event. The public is requested to tune in to WTIP and the Boreal Access homepage for updated reports. Local information is also available at 387-3401 to report road conditions or request addtional information.

Current update: Travel is still not advised due to flooding, washouts and debris on the road. Crews are out evaluating, barricading and doing emergency maintenance as resources allow.
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A FLASH FLOOD WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 1100 AM CDT/NOON EDT/ FOR LAKE AND COOK COUNTIES...

AT 840 AM CDT...LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS IN COOK COUNTY CONTINUED TO REPORT WIDESPREAD FLOODING AND WASHED OUT COUNTY ROADWAYS. RUSHING WATER IS ALSO WASHING OUT ROADBEDS AND DITCHES.
THE COOK COUNTY SHERIFF DOES NOT ADVISE TRAVEL UNTIL ROAD CREWS CAN EVALUATE AND CLEAR ROADS. FLOODING WAS ALSO REPORTED ALONG HIGHWAY 61...ESPECIALLY IN LUTSEN...WHERE TRAVEL IS RESTRICTED TO ONE LANE.

LOCATIONS IN THE WARNING INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO GRAND MARAIS AND THE GUNFLINT TRAIL.

MORE SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL BE SCATTERED OVER COOK COUNTY THROUGH THE MORNING WITH AN ADDITIONAL QUARTER INCH TO ONE HALF INCH RAINFALL AMOUNTS LIKELY.

DO NOT DRIVE YOUR VEHICLE INTO AREAS WHERE THE WATER COVERS THE ROADWAY. THE WATER DEPTH MAY BE TOO GREAT TO ALLOW YOUR CAR TO CROSS SAFELY. MOVE TO HIGHER GROUND.

DO NOT ATTEMPT TO CROSS WATER COVERED BRIDGES OR DIPS. NEVER TRY TO CROSS A FLOWING STREAM...EVEN A SMALL ONE...ON FOOT. CAMPERS AND HIKERS SHOULD AVOID STREAMS OR CREEKS.
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Postby bwca » Fri Jun 06, 2008 12:15 pm

Cook Co. and Lake Co. very difficult driving conditions, heavy rain, flooding, fallen trees, obstruction on roadway, driving conditions are hazardous — until today at about 12:00 PM

Comment: UPDATE AT 09:15 AM Hwy 61/Milepost 91 near Lutsen and Devils Track River east of Grand Marais both have flaggers directing traffic. Traffic can get through at this time while MNDOT crews are working. Wide or heavy truck loads could be devastating to the roadway and are not recommended to drive through. Lutsen area may be in better condition in a few hours but Devils Track River/Grand Marais area will take longer.

NO TRAVEL ADVISED NORTH OF SILVER BAY UP TO NORTH OF GRAND MARAIS DEVILS TRACK RIVER HAS FLOODED OVER THE ROADWAY MAKING THE RAOD IMPASSABLE.

There are three areas of Hwy 61 that are flooded over and have debris on the roadways. Causing very difficult driving conditions impassable at times: Hwy 61 Mile Marker 62-63 area 5 miles south of the Cook/Lake County Line. Hwy 61 Mile Marker 90 - 91 ROADWAY WASHED OUT ON BOTH SIDES Lutsen area Hwy 61 Mile Marker 113 Just east of Grand Marais
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Postby bwca » Fri Jun 06, 2008 1:12 pm

A temporary local information center has been set up as of 10:00 a.m. Friday to handle the management of the flooding in Cook County. The directive from the Sheriff and the County Highway Department is to avoid travel if it all possible. Road conditions are bad in many areas across the county with washouts along many roads. To report road problems or to get information about road conditions call the information center at 218-387-3401. Sheriff Mark Falk reported a severe washout on both sides of Hwy 61 just east of the Caribou Trail. At last report the traffic lane had been reduced to a width of seven feet. Other rough spots along Hwy 61 according to the Sheriff are in the Durfee Creek area and where the Devil Track River meets Hwy 61. Road shoulders in both areas are washed out and there is debris on the roadway. County Engineer Shae Kosmalski said, “As far as the county roads go, golly, you can kind of assume they are closed. We are still assessing, it just hit so hard and so fast.” Tune in to WTIP North Shore Community Radio at 90.7 FM North Shore and 91.7 Upper Gunflint Trail for weather, news and information updates.
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Postby bwca » Fri Jun 06, 2008 1:16 pm

No travel is advised in Cook County this morning as flash flooding washes out roads and causes other problems. The County Sheriff and County Engineer advise people to stay put until the road damage conditions are assessed and repairs can be made. For the latest on the flash floods, road closings, rain amounts and other weather-related information, keep tuned to WTIP North Shore Community Radio, your resource for local weather, news and information.

Local Information Center
set up as of 10:00 a.m. Friday
387-3401
As of 12:35 p.m., the following roads are washed out, impassable or have other problems:

Highway 61 – down to one lane of traffic at entrance of Caribou Trail in the West End and at the Devil Track River in the East End

Sobanja Lane (CR 75)

Croftville Road (CR 87)

Old Shore Road (both ends)

Bents Road County Road 6 (Near Brandon Lane)

Nelson Trail

Lindskog Road

C.R. 14 (east end)

C.R. 60 (east of CR 58, near Berglund’s Dairy)

C.R. 48 – washed out by Bally Creek Road; can get in from both ends

Pike Lake Road (near Pike Lake)

Camp 20 Road Flutereed River Road Gunflint Trail at Elbow Lake (rest of Gunflint Trail and side roads are OK from there)

7th Avenue East in Grand Marais (one block above 5th St).

Esther Lake Road (east end and at Fullerton Road)

Reason Road

Tower Road

Otter Lake Road (both ends)

C.R. 7 – problems in town in construction area

C.R. 87 – washed out; may be impassable

C.R. 76 – washed out; may be impassable

C.R. 71 – bad culvert 2 miles up from Highway 61

C.R. 16 – culvert undermined C.R. 74 – washed out; may be impassable

C.R.58 – washed out; may be impassable

C.R. 45 – washed out 1 mile west of #44

C.R. 70 – washed out; may be impassable

C.R. 34 – washed out; may be impassable

C.R. 35 – washed out in middle but can get in from both ends

C.R. 4 – passable but has undermined culverts

C.R. 13 – washed out in areas

C.R. 97 – culvert out, but passable

If you know of any roads not on this list, please contact the Road Information Center at (218) 387-3401.
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Grand Marais Flooding 5/6/08

Postby bwca » Fri Jun 06, 2008 1:35 pm

Images of flooding in Grand Marais by Stephan Hoglund:

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Flooding by Timberlunds

Postby bwca » Fri Jun 06, 2008 1:38 pm

Flooding by Timberlunds Cabins by Grand Marais (up the hill from Grand Marais) on HWY 61, The North Shore Drive - Photos by Stephan Hoglund

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Flooding by Cascade River

Postby bwca » Fri Jun 06, 2008 1:40 pm

Flooding in a creek near Cascade - Photo by Stephan Hoglund

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Devil's Track River Flooding

Postby bwca » Fri Jun 06, 2008 1:43 pm

Flooding at Devil's Track River (3 miles East of Grand Marais) on HWY 61, The North Shore Drive - Photos by Stephan Hoglund

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Postby bwca » Fri Jun 06, 2008 2:27 pm

Jim Wiinanen, Emergency Management Director of Cook County, stated that no roads have been declared "closed", but caution must be taken and some areas may be impassable.
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Postby bwca » Fri Jun 06, 2008 5:31 pm

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Postby bwca » Fri Jun 06, 2008 5:32 pm

As of 2:30 p.m., the following roads conditions apply:

CR1 Cramer Road -good condition
CR4 Passable but undermined culverts - drive with care
CR6 Washed out near Brandon Lane and culverts undermined
CR7 In town, any dirt problems in yards from construction site will be handled on Monday
CR12 North of Elbow Lake (10-12 miles up) road undermined 6 ft - barricaded. The rest of the Gunflint Trail and side roads up from there are in good condition
CR13 Passable but barely - travel with extreme care - washed out areas
CR14 East End washed out
CR16 Culvert undermined and ready to cave in near Jackson Lake Road - still passable
CR34 Closed
CR35 Washed out in middle but can get in from both ends
CR45 Washed Out 1 mi W of #44 but drivable
CR45 Washed out & Closed by Pike Lake
CR48 Washed out by Bally Creek Road but can get in from both ends
CR58 Lindskog Road Washed Out - No travel advised
CR60 Passable - water on it - advise to stay off road
CR70 Camp 20 Road - Washed Out - No travel advised
CR71 Moose Valley Road -Washed Out - No longer passable
CR74 Washed Out - No travel advised
CR75 Sobanja Lane - Unknown
CR76 Washed Out - No travel advised
CR87 Washed Out - No travel advised
CR97 Culvert out at Fire #4414 but passable from both ends
CR62 Old Shore Road
CR61 Bents Road - Under evaluation
Nelson Trail - Under evaluation
Boot Road - Under evaluation
Flutereed River Road - Under evaluation
7th Ave East - Under evaluation
Otter Lake Road - Under evaluation
Tower Road - Under evaluation
Esther Lake - Under evaluation
Reason Road - Under evaluation


If you know of any roads not on this list, please contact the Road Information Center at (218) 387-3401.
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Postby bwca » Fri Jun 06, 2008 5:42 pm

From Cook County Star:

The Cook County Highway Department and MN Department of Transportation continues to work to assess and repair damage done to local roads by the heavy rains. Anyone driving in Cook County in the immediate future is urged to use caution. Although few roads are still underwater, there are many areas with washed out shoulders and with debris that washed onto the road bed. Drive carefully!
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Postby bwca » Fri Jun 06, 2008 9:14 pm

Subject: Update on Road Conditions in Cook County 5:30 PM

Weekend plans for the Cook County Highway crew include making sure all roads are passable to at least 1 lane. Also, pending board approval, contracts will be pursued for driveway reconstruction within county right-of-ways and to re-establish areas of County Rd 12 (Gunflint Trail).

As of 5:30 p.m., the following roads conditions apply:

CR1 Cramer Road -good condition
CR4 Passable but undermined culverts - drive with care
CR6 Open
CR7 In town, any dirt problems in yards from construction site will be handled on Monday

CR12 Gunflint Trail North of Elbow Lake (10-12 miles up) road undermined 6 ft - Currently working on this. Temprarily patched The rest of the Gunflint Trail and side roads up from there are in good condition.

CR13 Passable but barely - travel with extreme care - washed out areas
CR14 Open, but bad shoulders
CR16 Arrowhead Trail - Culvert undermined and ready to cave in near Jackson Lake Road - still passable - New culvert

CR34 Closed
CR35 Washed out in middle but can get in from both ends
CR45 Pike Lake Rd - Washed Out 1 mi W of #44 but drivable
CR45 Pike Lake Rd - Open to one lane
CR48 Washed out by Bally Creek Road but can get in from both ends
CR58 Lindskog Road Washed Out - No travel advised
CR60 Passable but the bridge over Kimball Creek will be closed
CR62 Old Shore Road - Not Passable
CR67 Linnell Road - Open
CR68 Caspers Hill - Open
CR70 Camp 20 Road - Washed Out - No travel advised
CR71 Moose Valley Road - Open
CR74 Washed Out - No travel advised
CR75 Sobanja Lane - Open but use caution
CR76 Stonegate Road - Open
CR87 Croftville Road - Washed Out - No travel advised
CR97 Cascade Beach Road - Culvert out at Fire #4414 but passable from both ends


CR61 Bents Road - Under evaluation
Nelson Trail - Under evaluation
Boot Road - Under evaluation
Flutereed River Road - Under evaluation
7th Ave East - Under evaluation
Otter Lake Road - Under evaluation
Tower Road - Under evaluation
Esther Lake - Under evaluation
Reason Road - Under evaluation


If you know of any roads not on this list, please contact the Road Information Center at (218) 387-3401.
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Postby bwca » Sat Jun 07, 2008 8:15 am

From Jim Wiinanen 7:21 a.m. 6/7/08

Please let people know that roads are open, but travel with caution as repair crews are out and about. Road surfaces may not be at 'normal'
driving condition. Main arteries are OK. Roads may be missing their shoulders or down to one lane in places.

Jim Wiinanen
Emergency Management Director
Cook County
143 Gunflint Trail
Grand Marais, MN 55604
Direct: 218-387-3059
Fax: 218-387-3089
E-mail: jim.wiinanen@co.cook.mn.us
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Postby bwca » Sat Jun 07, 2008 2:27 pm

Current conditions as of 1pm, 6/7/08. We will have another update at approximately 4:30pm

Road Condition
6 Passable - One Lane Only, travel with care
58 Lindskog Road Washed Out - No travel advised
60 Kimball Creek Bridge Closed Indefinitely - Road open on both sides
70 Camp 20 Road - Washed Out - No travel advised
87 Washed Out - Road Repairs to begin this afternoon 6/7/08
97 Culvert out at Fire #4414 but passable from both ends
62 Old Shore Road - repair in progress

All other County Roads are passable at this time. Most roads have sustained various amounts of damage, from undermined culverts to washed out shoulders.

Please travel all roads with extreme care.
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Postby MaryBlack » Mon Jun 09, 2008 3:06 pm

Photos along the Camp 20 Road

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Cook County Road Updates - Monday, June 9th

Postby bwca » Mon Jun 09, 2008 6:13 pm

Cook County Road Updates - Monday, June 9th

C.R. #58 Lindskog Road - open for light vehicles only - no large trucks

C.R. #60 Kimball Creek Bridge - Closed Indefinately - Road open on both sides

C.R. #62 Old Shore Road - Repair in Progress

C.R. #70 is open

C.R. #87 Croftville Rd should be open again by tonight.

C.R. #97 is open
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June monsoon hits Cook County

Postby bwca » Fri Jun 13, 2008 9:12 am

June monsoon hits Cook County

Rhonda Silence, Cook County Star

Awesome was the word used over and over again as Cook County residents surveyed the damage caused by the extensive flash flooding on Friday, June 6. Rainfall was heaviest along the Lake Superior shoreline, at 6.45 inches, with a range of 4 - 5-inches falling elsewhere. The majority of the rain fell between 2:00 and 5:00 AM, wrecking havoc with ditches, roads, and driveways all over the county.
On Friday, Emergency Management Director Jim Wiinanen and County Engineer Shae Kosmalski cautioned motorists not to venture out unless absolutely necessary, and then to proceed with extreme caution. Nearly every county road had some level of washout and Highway 61 was down to one lane of traffic at the bottom of the Caribou Trail in Lutsen and at Devil Track River east of Grand Marais. Highway crews worked through the weekend on emergency repairs and at press time reconstruction is still underway.
The Cook County Commissioners also took action on Friday, June 6, convening an emergency meeting and passing two resolutions. The first resolution declared a local state of emergency due to the conditions resulting from the flood event. The second directed county staff to enter into contracts necessary to repair county road infrastructure and to seek any available funding or reimbursement that may be available, from state, federal, or other sources.
Contacted in the field at press time, County Engineer Shae Kosmalski said that all of the county’s roads are open at one end or the other, but cautioned that many were “pretty marginal.” She said the county is still working to ensure that all of the emergency situations had been taken care of. “A lot of our roads have Band-Aids right now. The long term fixes are coming,” she said.
Kosmalski believes the county received approximately $1 million worth of damage to its roads. A Minnesota Department of Transportation (Mn/DOT) Disaster Review Committee was expected on Friday, June 13 to help with the road evaluation.
Bob Mackey of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) also reported that DNR forest roads had not fared well. “We had ten inches of rain last fall, all that snow this year and five inches of rain so far—a June monsoon—our roads are in pretty weak condition.”
Mackey said local DNR staffers Alex Brothen and Anna Johnson were out evaluating DNR roads mile-by-mile and culvert-by-culvert. “We’re making progress, but it’s slow,” he said. “Drivers should use caution and travel slowly.”
John Olson of the US Forest Service said Superior National Forest roads suffered minimal damage, since most of the rain was concentrated closer to Grand Marais. Olson said there was some damage to the Pine Mountain a nd Trout Lake roads, but nothing worse than is usually seen in spring rainstorms. He said the roads will be graded as usual under the Forest Service road maintenance program. However, he too, advised drivers to use caution on forest roads.
Joni Christianson of Cook County Public Health noted that many residences and businesses were flooded during the deluge. She cautioned the public to be safe and healthy while cleaning up homes. Handouts on how to clean up after a flood are available in the lobby of the Cook County courthouse and on-line at http://www.health.state.mn.us/divs/eh/e ... loods/#How or Christianson may be reached at (218) 387-3620. Questions about how flooding may have affected your well or septic system, contact Cook County Environmental Health at (218) 37-3630.
How did wildlife fare in the “June monsoon?” MN DNR wildlife specialist Dave Ingebrigtsen said he had not received any reports of animals in distress. However, he said the first thing that comes to mind when asked if wildlife was impacted is the ruffed grouse, which is particularly susceptible to cold, wet, weather. Ingebrigtsen noted that grouse have been making a comeback in recent years, and said, “Hopefully we dodged the bullet in this storm.”
Another concern is loons, which build their nests right at the water’s edge. Although inland lakes did not receive as much rain as the Lake Superior shoreline, water levels were already high.
At press time on Wednesday, June 11, road evaluation and repair continues throughout the county and the highway department was scrambling to put erosion control measures in place in preparation for another predicted downpour. Road weight limits were also reinstated on many roads because they are still saturated and damaged from hauling. (See related story on page 2A).
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Postby bwca » Fri Jun 13, 2008 9:34 am

From Cook County Star:

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Top - Steve Schack took this picture of his Croftville cabin at the height of the June 6 rainstorm. Schack said the water started as a trickle at 6:05 and became a river by 6:30 AM.
Middle - Lifelong Croftville resident Wilmer Croft surveys the high water and debris built up on the Devil Track River on Highway 61.
Bottom - Ian Nelson checks out the washout on Old Shore Road in Grand Marais, one of many Cook County roads devastated by the deluge.
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Postby bwca » Sat Jun 14, 2008 12:43 pm

From Jim Wiinanen, Cook County Emergency Management Director, on 6/14/08:

The widely scattered damaged areas on Cook County roads are being repaired as quickly as possible. Roads are passable, drive with caution and slow down for work crews.
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Postby bwca » Thu Jun 19, 2008 9:25 pm

High water on Little John Lake .... the dock is a ways from the "new" shoreline:

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The fuel tank for the helicopter pumping station at Little John Lake surrounded by water:

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Tree down over the Arrowhead Trail. The road had several washout areas that had already been repaired.

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Photos by Erik W. L. Anderson, BoundaryWatersCanoeArea.com
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Postby bwca » Thu Jun 19, 2008 9:49 pm

The heavy rains in Grand Marais area created a "new" waterfall just west of Durfee Creek along HWY 61. It's beautiful while it lasts:

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Postby bwca » Thu Jun 19, 2008 9:50 pm

Repairs still in progress in the county. Drive with caution. This photo is of County 58 & Hwy 61:

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Postby bwca » Thu Jun 19, 2008 9:52 pm

More images of Devils Track River area along HWY 61:

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