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FGUS86 KPDT 182351
RVSPDT
HYDROLOGIC STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PENDLETON OR
351 PM PST SUN JAN 18 2015

...The Naches and Klickitat rivers have crested and are now receding...

WAC039-192351-
351 PM PST SUN JAN 18 2015

For the Klickitat River, near Pitt.
The most recent reading was, 7.5 feet at 3 PM Sunday.
Flood stage for the Klickitat River, near Pitt, is 9.0 feet.

The Klickitat River, near Pitt, is forecast to continue to fall
reaching levels around 6.5 ft by 4 PM Monday.

$$

WAC077-192351-
351 PM PST SUN JAN 18 2015

For the Naches River, near Cliffdell.
The most recent reading was, 28.7 feet at 3 PM Sunday.
Flood stage for the Naches River, near Cliffdell, is 31.0 feet.

The Naches River, near Cliffdell, is forecast to continue to fall
reaching levels around 28.5 ft by 4 PM Monday.

$$

WAC077-192351-
351 PM PST SUN JAN 18 2015

For the Naches River, near Naches.
The most recent reading was, 15.3 feet at 2 PM Sunday.
Flood stage for the Naches River, near Naches, is 17.8 feet.

The Naches River, near Naches, is forecast to continue to fall
reaching levels around 15.0 ft by 4 PM Monday.

$$


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