The Moira River is running high through Tweed, and the Foxboro area will see rising water levels over the next couple of days.
As a result, Quinte Conservation has issued a Flood Warning. Areas that usually flood in spring will flood, and some basements will flood along the Moira before levels begin to subside midweek.
Residents should prepare for high water.
Water levels will also peak in the next couple of days in the Salmon and Napanee rivers.
The good news is that Quinte Conservation experts do not expect flooding to be nearly as bad as it was two years ago or in 2008 in the Foxboro area.
Meanwhile, earlier this weekend, the Crowe Valley Conservation Authority issued a Flood Warning for the area around Marmora.
Marmora and Lake firefighters have been preparing sandbags for those near the Crowe River.
For its part, Lower Trent Conservation has issued a Flood Watch for residents living along the Trent River in Trent Hills and Quinte West.
Any flooding issues should be reported to your municipality or to your local conservation authority.