River Statement
Issued by NWS Pendleton, OR

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Hydrologic Statement
National Weather Service Pendleton OR
853 PM PDT SUN MAR 26 2017

...Additional rainfall will keep water levels high on area rivers
over the next several days...

ORC063-WAC003-280353-
853 PM PDT SUN MAR 26 2017

For the Grande Ronde River, at Troy.
The most recent reading was, 8.6 feet at 8 PM Sunday.
Flood stage for the Grande Ronde River, at Troy, is 10.0 feet.

The Grande Ronde River, at Troy, is expected to rise...reaching
levels around 9.6 ft by 11 PM Monday.

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ORC069-280353-
853 PM PDT SUN MAR 26 2017

For the John Day River, at Service Creek.
The most recent reading was, 9.1 feet at 8 PM Sunday.
Flood stage for the John Day River, at Service Creek, is 11.5 feet.

The John Day River, at Service Creek, is expected to rise...reaching
levels around 10.8 ft by 5 AM Tuesday.

$$

WAC039-280353-
853 PM PDT SUN MAR 26 2017

For the Klickitat River, near Pitt.
The most recent reading was, 8.0 feet at 8 PM Sunday.
Flood stage for the Klickitat River, near Pitt, is 9.0 feet.

The Klickitat River, near Pitt, will remain nearly steady through
5 PM Monday.

$$

WAC077-280353-
853 PM PDT SUN MAR 26 2017

For the Naches River, near Naches.
The most recent reading was, 16.4 feet at 7 PM Sunday.
Flood stage for the Naches River, near Naches, is 17.8 feet.

The Naches River, near Naches, is forecast to continue to
fall...reaching levels around 16 ft by Tuesday afternoon.

$$

Additional information is available at:
weather.gov/Pendleton




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