FEMA inspectors will come to Southeast Wisconsin next week to investigate flood damage. The inspectors will be in Kenosha, Racine, and Walworth counties. That comes after local municipalities have turned in reports of the damage to the federal government. Initial reports said that 13 hundred homes in Kenosha county were affected by the flood as well as four businesses with major damage and 1 point 7 million dollars damage to public infrastructure. In Racine that number is closer to 4 million dollars. The inspectors’ visit is the next step to getting federal aid for flood victims.