Stratford News Upper Thames and Grand River Conservation Authorities Issue Flood Warnings and Watches SHARE ON: Gregory Rosser, contributor, Friday, Feb. 16th, 2018 Photo: Gregory Rosser A number of flood warnings and watches are now in effect for parts south western Ontario. The Upper Thames River Conservation Authority has issued a flood watch bulletin with warmer temperatures expected to cause some runoff following the weekend. The UTRCA says flow at the Fanshawe, Wildwood and Pittock conservation areas will be monitored closely this weekend. The Grand River Conservation Authority has issued a flood warning on the Conestogo River. Woolwich Township’s flood coordinator says the St. Jacobs Bridge may be closed come Monday due to water levels. Both Conservation Authorities are asking you steer clear of any rivers or streams while the warnings and watches are in effect.