GREEN BAY, Wis.(WHBL) - Northwest Wisconsin was hit with heavy rains and floods this morning. It’s no surprise, since the National Weather Service had issued a flood warning for the region. Six-inches of rain fell by mid-morning near Chaffey in Douglas County, where Highway 35 was closed. Officials said numerous roads in Douglas County were flooded out. Highway “W” was washed out at the Nemadji River, about 14 miles southwest of Superior. Trees went down at Solon Springs. The Weather Service issued a small stream flood advisory until 12:45 this afternoon in Burnett, Sawyer, Washburn, and Price counties. Phillips in Price County had two-point-seven inches of rain this morning. Further south in Taylor County, there was street flooding in Medford – and Westboro had three-inches of rain around seven o’clock. A tree fell on a power line near Dresser in Polk County. The Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm watch until one this afternoon for parts of western Wisconsin. And a heat advisory is in effect in the far south through early this evening. Highs today are expected to range from the low-80’s in northern Wisconsin to the mid-90’s in the far south.