The Wolf River reached 14.13 feet Sunday morning, breaking a record set 96 years ago, the National Weather Service in Green Bay said. The previous record was 14.1 feet. The flood stage for the river, set at 12 feet, was surpassed last week due to snow melt and localized precipitation. The water is now only a foot below the Highway 54 bridge. Floodwaters have also begun spreading over parts of Shiocton near the river, including River and Mill streets. Flood waters are expected to fall under 14 feet by this morning but localized precipitation makes its way into the area tonight, plus additional rain coming into the area into Thursday with some uncertainty around rainfall amounts at this time.