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HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPOKANE WA
108 PM PST TUE NOV 25 2014

...A PROLONGED RAIN EVENT WITH RISING SNOW LEVELS THROUGH THE
WEEK...

A SERIES OF WARM FRONTAL SYSTEMS WILL CONTINUE TO BRING RAIN AND
HIGH MOUNTAIN SNOW THE REGION. SNOW LEVELS WILL REMAIN HIGH
DURING THIS SAME PERIOD. 2 TO 3 INCHES OF RAIN ARE FORECAST FOR
HIGHER ELEVATIONS IN THE EAST CASCADES AND 1 TO 2 INCHES OF RAIN
ARE FORECAST FOR AREAS OF THE PALOUSE...BLUE MOUNTAINS...AND THE
IDAHO PANHANDLE.

BECAUSE OF THE EARLY SEASON FREEZE UP...SOME AREAS WITH FROZEN
GROUND WILL SEE ENHANCED RUNOFF THAT WILL CAUSE CREEKS TO RISE
QUICKLY AND MAY CAUSE NUISANCE FLOODING OF LOW LYING AREAS AND
ROADS...PARTICULARLY IN THE PALOUSE REGION OF WASHINGTON AND
IDAHO.

NO MAINSTEM RIVER FLOODING IS FORECAST FOR THIS EVENT.

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