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Current Watches, Warnings and Advisories for Yakima Valley (WAZ027) Washington Issued by the National Weather Service


Hydrologic Outlook Hydrologic Outlook - Yakima Valley (Washington)

Updated:Mon 27-Mar-17 02:00pm PDT
Effective:Mon 27-Mar-17 02:00pm PDT
Expires:Sat 01-Apr-17 01:00pm PDT

Areas affected: East Slopes of the Washington Cascades; Kittitas Valley; Simcoe Highlands; Yakima Valley
Message summary: ...rain and higher elevation snow melt may cause localized flooding issues later this week....
Small stream flooding may develop or increase this week as a storm system brings warmer air and periods of rain to the region tuesday night through wednesday night. This will be followed by mainly dry weather and near normal temperatures thursday and friday. Overnight lows will dip into the 20s and lower 30s toward the end of the week, which should help to at least slow the snow melt some. Moderate rainfall will likely lead to an increase of ponding of water and higher flows on smaller rivers and streams that originate in the higher terrain around the kittitas and yakima valleys. Precipitation amounts through thursday morning are expected to range from 1 to 2 inches along the cascade crest, with half an inch to one inch along the east slopes of the cascades. A quarter to half inch of precipitation is expected in the simcoe highlands. Rainfall amounts in the yakima and kittitas valley will likely remain under two tenths of an inch for the entire event. Snow levels start out between 4000 to 5500 feet tuesday night and wednesday before falling back to near 3000 feet thursday morning. Streams will remain high through the week as increased snowmelt is seen with the warmer temperatures at the end of the week. River rises on mainstem rivers will also be seen, but no flooding is expected on the mainstem rivers at this time. Residents are encouraged to monitor this weather situation for updates, watches or warnings. People who live along streams or rivers should monitor water levels closely.
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Source: NWS Watches, Warnings or Advisories for zone WAZ027

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