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Flood Warning

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Reno NV
1101 AM PDT Wed Jun 21 2017

...The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in

  West Walker River Near Coleville affecting Mono County

Snowmelt will result in continued high flows on the West Walker River.
Peak flows will occur overnight into the early morning hours.


These river forecasts are based on forecast rainfall and temperature
conditions at time of issuance. If actual conditions vary from these
forecasts...river conditions will vary accordingly.


1101 AM PDT Wed Jun 21 2017

The Flood Warning continues for
  The West Walker River Near Coleville.
* until further notice.
* At 10:00 AM Wednesday the stage was 6.4 feet.
* Flood stage is 6.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and minor to moderate flooding is forecast
  through at least the weekend.
* Forecast...The river peaked at 7.0 feet early Tuesday morning. While lower
  than the Tuesday peak...peak flows each night and early morning through the
  weekend are expected to be at or above moderate flood stage...with afternoon
  low points still at or above minor flood stage.
* Impact...At 6.5 feet...Moderate flooding of lowlands...pastures and
  some rural roads from the West Walker River Canyon to Topaz Lake...
  including Walker...Coleville and Topaz California. Flooding of structures
  limited although some sandbagging necessary. In the West Walker River
  Canyon...flooding is possible along rural roads and in recreation areas.
* Flood history...This crest compares to a previous crest of 6.7 feet
  on June 24 2011.
* Prolonged high flows may have unexpected impacts along the river


LAT...LON 3839 11947 3859 11953 3868 11954 3859 11941 3837 11945


Flood Warning

Flood Warning
National Weather Service Reno NV
1242 PM PDT TUE JUN 20 2017

Mono CA-
1242 PM PDT TUE JUN 20 2017

The National Weather Service in Reno has issued a

* Flood Warning for Small Streams for...
  Snowmelt in...
  Southern Mono County in northern California...

* Until 1230 PM PDT Saturday

* Prolonged high temperatures will continue rapid snowmelt in high
  elevation basins of Mono County where significant deep snow is
  still abundant. Stream flows are expected to remain elevated
  through the week with the highest flows anticipated over the next
  4 days.

* Daily peaks the next several days are likely to match or exceed
  the high flows from Monday night and Tuesday morning at many

* We have received multiple reports from law enforcement and
  emergency officials of raging creeks and streams affecting some
  trails, campgrounds, roadways, and even a few bridges throughout
  the eastern Sierra in Mono County. If you have plans to recreate
  or travel in this area, it is advised to check if your location
  has been impacted.

* Expect renewed or worsening impacts along streams that have
  already experienced impacts. Be on guard for new impacts on
  additional streams due to increasing flows or long durations of
  high flows.


Campers and hikers should avoid streams or creeks and be aware that
most streams will peak during the night or early morning hours. Keep
children and pets away from all creeks and streams, they could be
swept away in an instant.


LAT...LON 3759 11903 3769 11907 3774 11913 3773 11926
      3779 11920 3788 11920 3795 11932 3804 11931
      3809 11935 3812 11943 3809 11946 3815 11951
      3819 11961 3832 11955 3842 11917 3816 11911
      3801 11902 3746 11853 3746 11878



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