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Flood Warning

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Seattle WA
1034 AM PST Wed Dec 1 2021

...The Flood Warning is extended for the following rivers in
Washington...

  Skagit River Near Concrete affecting Skagit County.

  Nooksack River At Ferndale affecting Whatcom County.

  Skagit River Near Mt. Vernon affecting Skagit County.

.Rain will increase over the North Cascades later today and continue
through through tonight. Another 1 to 1.5 inches is forecast by late
tonight, though there will be periods of breaks from the steady
rain. Rain will come to an end Thursday morning.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

Motorists should not attempt to drive around barricades or drive
cars through flooded areas.

Caution is urged when walking near riverbanks.

Turn around, don`t drown when encountering flooded roads. Most flood
deaths occur in vehicles.

Additional information is available at www.weather.gov.

The next statement will be issued by this evening at 630 PM PST.

&&


WAC073-020245-
/O.EXT.KSEW.FL.W.0093.000000T0000Z-211202T1740Z/
/NKSW1.2.ER.211129T0426Z.211129T2000Z.211202T0840Z.NO/
1034 AM PST Wed Dec 1 2021

...FLOOD WARNING NOW IN EFFECT FROM THIS MORNING THROUGH THURSDAY
MORNING...

* WHAT...Minor flooding is occurring and minor flooding is forecast.

* WHERE...Nooksack River At Ferndale.

* WHEN...Until late tomorrow morning.

* IMPACTS...At 18.0 feet, the river begins overtopping its banks
  within the City of Ferndale flooding low-lying areas within the
  City and low pasture lands along the river from near Ferndale
  downstream to the mouth.

* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...
  - At 10:15 AM PST Wednesday the stage was 18.0 feet.
  - Forecast...The river rose above flood stage at 8:15 this
    morning and will continue to rise to 18.4 feet late this
    afternoon. It will then briefly fall below flood stage just
    after midnight tonight to 17.6 feet and begin rising again
    late tonight. It will rise to flood stage late tomorrow
    morning. It will then fall again and remain below flood
    stage.
  - Flood stage is 18.0 feet.
  - Flood History...This crest compares to a previous crest of
    18.4 feet on 01/09/2002.
  - http://www.weather.gov/safety/flood

&&

LAT...LON 4889 12247 4887 12253 4878 12254 4876 12263
      4891 12262 4896 12247


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Special Weather Statement

Special Weather Statement
National Weather Service Seattle WA
431 PM PST Tue Nov 30 2021

WAZ001-503-506-507-509>517-555-556-558-559-567-568-020030-
San Juan County-Western Whatcom County-Western Skagit County-
Everett and Vicinity-Tacoma Area-Admiralty Inlet Area-
Hood Canal Area-Lower Chehalis Valley Area-Olympics-
Eastern Strait of Juan de Fuca-Western Strait of Juan De Fuca-
North Coast-Central Coast-East Puget Sound Lowlands-
Bellevue and Vicinity-Seattle and Vicinity-Bremerton and Vicinity-
Cascades of Whatcom and Skagit Counties-
Cascades of Snohomish and King Counties-
431 PM PST Tue Nov 30 2021

...HEAVY RAINFALL ON WEDNESDAY WILL MAINTAIN AN INCREASED THREAT OF
LANDSLIDES IN WESTERN WASHINGTON...

Persistent rainfall has dramatically increased increased soil
moisture to high levels across Western Washington. Additional heavy
rainfall is expected to continue into early Thursday. Generally 2 to
4 inches of rain are expected in the Olympics and Cascades, with 1
to 2 inches across portions of the lowlands of Whatcom and Skagit
counties. Thus, the increased threat of landslides will continue.

For more information about current conditions, visit
www.weather.gov/seattle, select Hydrology, and then scroll down
for the links to the landslide information pages.

For more information on landslides, visit the website for the
Washington State Department of Natural Resources landslide
geologic hazards at: http://bit.ly/2mtA3wn

$$

www.weather.gov/seattle



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