As the waters continue to rise, many roads across Northern Michigan are going to be covered with many washing away making them impassable.
Osceola County is already dealing with more than a half dozen roads completely closed due to water damage and the rivers haven't even crested yet.
The road commission have foremen scanning the county, marking notoriously low spots and closing them if they are too dangerous to pass.
Some roads are just covered with unknown inches of water while others have eroded away causing sinkholes and gaps.
9&10's Eric Lloyd and photojournalist Jeff Blevins made their way around the county, passing through rough roads and have more details.