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High water on Snoqualmie River cresting below flood stage

The latest river gauge data shows the Valley looking to avoid any significant flooding this week.

Flood gauges on the Floodzilla website show high water cresting Wednesday, Nov. 23. The river crested at noon at the three forks of the Snoqualmie, at about 10,400 cubic feet per second, and was expected to crest at 4 p.m.  Wednesday at the Falls at nearly 11 feet, about two feet below flood stage. In Carnation, the river is expected to crest at 10 p.m. tonight at 52.6 feet, and 15, 945 cubic feet per second, about a foot shy of flood stage.

To follow real-time flood data, visit http://www.kingcounty.gov/environment/waterandland/flooding/warning-system.aspx

 

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