River Statement
Issued by NWS Pendleton, OR

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Hydrologic Statement
National Weather Service Pendleton OR
220 PM PDT FRI MAR 24 2017

...Another round of rain will water levels high on area rivers
through the weekend....

ORC069-252120-
220 PM PDT FRI MAR 24 2017

For the John Day River, at Service Creek.
The most recent reading was, 9.5 feet at 12 PM Friday.
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 10.9 ft by 11 PM Saturday.

$$

WAC039-252120-
220 PM PDT FRI MAR 24 2017

For the Klickitat River, near Pitt.
The most recent reading was, 8.1 feet at 1 PM Friday.
Flood stage for the Klickitat River, near Pitt, is 9.0 feet.

The Klickitat River, near Pitt, is forecast to continue to fall
slightly before rising to levels around 8.3 ft by 5 AM Saturday.

$$

WAC077-252120-
220 PM PDT FRI MAR 24 2017

For the Naches River, near Cliffdell.
The most recent reading was, 29.0 feet at 1 PM Friday.
Flood stage for the Naches River, near Cliffdell, is 31.0 feet.

This river is steady at the current time, and is forecast
to remain at levels around 29.0 ft through 5 PM Friday.

$$

WAC077-252120-
220 PM PDT FRI MAR 24 2017

For the Naches River, near Naches.
The most recent reading was, 16.4 feet at 12 PM Friday.
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 16.3 ft by 5 PM Friday.

$$


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