River Statement
Issued by NWS San Francisco Bay Area, CA

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Hydrologic Statement
National Weather Service San Francisco Bay Area, CA
402 PM PDT Thu Mar 22 2018

...The National Weather Service in the San Francisco Bay Area has
issued a Hydrologic Statement for the following river forecast
locations in California...

  Salinas River at Bradley affecting Monterey County

.Abundant rainfall in the headwaters of the Salinas River is producing a
bulge of water for downstream locations. While the vast majority of the
Salinas River will have not impacts from this, the Salinas River at Bradley
is forecast to crest just under monitor stage Friday morning in the pre-dawn
hours. Despite the lower forecast, there remains a possibility this location
could cross into monitor stage. Once crested, the river will subside quickly
and tail off through the weekend. Other downstream locations will see sharp
rises as well, but none are expected to approach monitor or flood stage.
This will be the last statement for this location, unless condition warrant.

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402 PM PDT Thu Mar 22 2018

* Forecast information for the Salinas River at Bradley.
* At 03:30 PM Thursday the stage was...5.7 feet.
* No flooding is forecast.
* MONITOR STAGE is 12.0 feet, FLOOD STAGE is 14.0 feet.
* This river is Forecast to crest around 11.5 FT early Friday morning then
  recede through the weekend.
* This will be the last statement on this site, unless condition warrant.

$$

BFG



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