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Latest Flash Flood Watch by KOTX
Issued 11/21/2017 12:04 PM US/Pacific.
Valid through 11/24/2017 10:00 AM US/Pacific.
wgus66 kotx 212008 cca
urgent - immediate broadcast requested
national weather service spokane, wa
1204 pm pst tue nov 21 2017
...the national weather service in spokane, wa has issued a flood
watch for the following rivers and lakes in idaho...washington...
paradise creek at moscow affecting latah and whitman counties
....a series of storm systems will bring several rounds of rain
to the region through thursday which will cause rises on paradise
creek. drier weather moving into the region should allow
streamflow to decrease substantially friday...
residents and those with interests near the river should monitor
rising water levels and be prepared for possible flood warnings.
1204 pm pst tue nov 21 2017
the national weather service in spokane, wa has issued a
* flood watch for
the paradise creek at moscow
* until friday morning.
* at 10:45 am tuesday the stage was 4.7 feet.
* flooding is possible.
* flood stage is 9.20 feet.
* monitor paradise creek levels at
lat...lon 4682 11704 4683 11673 4665 11672 4665 11704 4682 11704
Latest Flash Flood Watch by KSEW
Issued 11/20/2017 2:22 PM US/Pacific.
Valid through 11/23/2017 4:00 PM US/Pacific.
wgus66 ksew 211813
1013 am pst tue nov 21 2017
...flood watch remains in effect from 4 pm pst this afternoon
through thursday afternoon...
the flood watch continues for
* portions of northwest washington and west central washington,
including the following counties, in northwest washington,
clallam, grays harbor, jefferson, skagit, and whatcom. in west
central washington, king, lewis, pierce, snohomish, and
* from 4 pm pst this afternoon through thursday afternoon
* rain has begun ahead of a warm front and the plume of
subtropical moisture with it that will bring 2 to 5.5 inches of
rain to the olympics and mount rainier today and tonight, and 1
to 4 inches of rain to the cascades north of mount rainier. the
snow level will be near 8000 feet. a second frontal system will
bring another 1 to 4 inches on wednesday night and thursday,
with the snow level falling from 7000 feet to 4000 feet as the
system moves through.
* the two systems in close succession presents a threat of
flooding on rivers in western washington. flooding could begin
tonight or wednesday. it looks like the threat is for a
relatively minor flooding episode for most areas though some may
get close to moderate severity. some of the rivers to be at risk
the earliest include the snoqualmie, nooksack, white, tolt, and
skykomish rivers. many others are at risk as well. check out our
website and the advanced hydrologic prediction service webpage
a flood watch means there is a potential for flooding based on
you should monitor later forecasts and be alert for possible
flood warnings. those living in areas prone to flooding should be
prepared to take action should flooding develop.