SHEBOYGAN, WI (WHBL) - Parts of seven rivers in southern Wisconsin were over their banks Tuesday morning. And other parts of Wisconsin report high water from melting snow and runoff. The National Weather Service says there’s major flooding on Spring Creek at Lodi. It was a foot-and-a-half above its flood stage this morning, and forecasters could not say when it would drop below its banks. Moderate flooding is reported at Sheboygan, where the Sheboygan River is over three-feet above its flood stage. It’s not expected to drop until early Saturday. Other places report minor floods along the Pecatonica, Fox, Milwaukee, and Sugar Rivers. Turtle Creek near Beloit was also a foot-and-a-half above its banks this morning, with no word on the flooding impact. The Root River in Racine County was expected to flood today, but not for long. Most rivers with minor flooding expect to drop below their banks by this evening. Forecasters say it might stay below freezing today. Highs near 30 are predicted statewide, with periods of light snow showers. The far north could get a couple inches.