City of La Grande Road Conditions

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Grand Ronde Valley, Wallowa Co., North Blue Mnts, South Blue Mnts, John Day Basin, Ochoco-John Day Highlands, WA-Blue Mnts Foothills, WA-Northwest Blue Mnts; Weather Alert
Flood Watch, *NOAA Issue Date: 12/19/2014 03:06:00 PM Widespread moderate to heavy rain expected over the next 48 to 72 hours across the mountains of northeast Oregon and southeast Washington ... . A large moist Pacific storm system will move into the area Saturday through Monday afternoon. With 72 hour rainfall amounts in excess of 2 to 5 inches along the mountains of northeast Oregon ... And 3 to 7 inches across the east slopes of the Cascades ... Flooding of rivers as well as small creeks and streams will be possible. ... Flood Watch in effect from Saturday afternoon through Monday afternoon ... The National Weather Service in Pendleton has issued a * Flood watch for portions of Oregon and southeast Washington Including the following areas ... In Oregon ... Foothills of the northern Blue Mountains of Oregon ... Foothills of the southern Blue Mountains of Oregon ... Grande Ronde Valley ... John day basin ... Northern blue mountains of Oregon ... Ochoco-John Day highlands ... Southern Blue Mountains of Oregon and Wallowa county. In southeast Washington ... Foothills of the blue mountains of Washington and northwest blue mountains of Washington. * From Saturday afternoon through Monday afternoon 48 hour precipitation amounts will range from 2 to 4 inches. The snow level will be around 3000 feet Saturday and rise to near 8000 feet on Sunday. * Small creeks and streams will start to rise on Saturday with the larger rivers seeing substantial rises Saturday night and Sunday No flooding is forecast along the larger rivers ... But several rivers are forecast to reach action stage. The small creeks and streams could see minor flooding ... Especially Sunday as moderate rain and snow melt are expected to occur. Precautionary/preparedness actions... A Flood Watch means there is a potential for flooding based on current forecasts. You should Monitor later forecasts and be alert for possible flood warnings. Those living in areas prone to flooding should be prepared to take action should flooding develop.

East Columbia Gorge, WA-East Columbia Gorge, WA-Yakima Valley; Weather Alert
Flood Watch, *NOAA Issue Date: 12/19/2014 03:06:00 PM Widespread moderate to heavy rain expected over the next 48 to 72 hours across the mountains of northeast Oregon and southeast Washington ... . A large moist Pacific storm system will move into the area Saturday through Monday afternoon. With 72 hour rainfall amounts in excess of 2 to 5 inches along the mountains of northeast Oregon ... And 3 to 7 inches across the east slopes of the Cascades ... Flooding of rivers as well as small creeks and streams will be possible. ... Flood Watch in effect from Saturday afternoon through Monday afternoon ... The National Weather Service in Pendleton has issued a * Flood watch for portions of Oregon And Washington ... Including the following areas ... Central Oregon ... East Columbia river gorge of Oregon ... East slopes of the Oregon Cascades and north central Oregon ... East slopes of the Washington Cascades and simcoe highlands ... Eastern Columbia river gorge of Washington ... Kittitas Valley and Yakima Valley. * From Saturday afternoon through Monday afternoon moderate to heavy rainfall along the east slopes of the Cascades will lead to rising rivers as well as the small creeks and streams. Snow levels will start off around 3000 feet ... But will quickly rise to over 6000 feet by Sunday afternoon. * Small creeks and streams will start to rise on Saturday with the larger rivers seeing substantial rises Saturday night and Sunday Minor flooding will be possible Sunday evening into Monday evening for the Deschutes river near Moody ... And the Naches river near Naches. Several other rivers are expected to crest at action stage ... But are not forecast to reach flood stage. However ... The small creeks and streams could see minor flooding ... Especially Sunday as moderate rain and snow melt are expected to occur. Precautionary/preparedness actions... A Flood Watch means there is a potential for flooding based on current forecasts. You should Monitor later forecasts and be alert for possible flood warnings. Those living in areas prone to flooding should be prepared to take action should flooding develop.

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