Low-level flood alert for Snoqualmie, river flows level off

With heavy rain in recent days, the Snoqualmie River is on a phase-one provisional flood alert, but river levels appear to be leveling off.

According to the latest Floodzilla-NOAA forecast, the river crested about 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 19, at the forks, and at 10 p.m. that night at Snoqualmie Falls, a little more than a foot below flood stage, which is 13 feet.

The river level is falling at the forks, the falls and at Carnation, where the river topped out at 9 a.m. Tuesday at 52 feet. Flood stage at Carnation is 54 feet.

You can follow river flood reports at the King County website and on Floodzilla.

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