Last weekends heavy snowfall is now in full melt, and with that, area rivers are expected to rise quickly. The Waupaca County Emergency Management Office says they will be imposing slow-no-wake provisions on the Wolf River beginning Monday morning at 8. That means no watercraft may operate at a speed higher than slow-no-wake within 500 feet of any permanent structure. And with the city of New London imposing slow-no-wake through that city starting this weekend, the slow-no-wake will be in effect the entire length of the Wolf in Waupaca County. The water level today is at 5 and a half feet, and is expected to reach 8 and a half feet by Monday morning.