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Truckee River Flood

4/5/2018 (Permalink)

Please be prepared this weekend. Here is the info about the flooding for the weekend.


Flood Warning

Areas Affected: Washoe

NWS Reno (Western Nevada)

...The National Weather Service in Reno has issued a Flood Warning for the following rivers in Nevada... Truckee River At Reno affecting Washoe County Truckee River At Vista affecting Storey and Washoe Counties For the Truckee River...Minor flooding is forecast for Reno and Minor to moderate flooding is forecast for Vista. A strong atmospheric river will impact the Truckee River Basin Friday evening and Saturday...with heavy rain in the eastern Sierra and western Nevada. Snow levels are expected to rise to over 10,000 feet during the period of heaviest precipitation. These river forecasts are based on forecast rainfall and temperature conditions at time of issuance. If actual conditions vary from these forecasts...river conditions will vary accordingly. River forecasts include current and planned reservoir releases. The National Weather Service in Reno has issued a 

* Flood Warning for The Truckee River At Reno. 

* from Saturday morning to Saturday afternoon...Or until the warning is cancelled. 

* At 2:15 PM Wednesday the stage was 8.2 feet. 

* Flood stage is 11.0 feet. 

* Minor flooding is forecast. 

* Forecast...Rise above flood stage to near 11.1 feet by early Saturday afternoon. The river will then fall back below flood stage Saturday afternoon. 

* Impact...At 11.0 feet...Flood Stage...The river will be running near bankfull with minor impacts to parks, trails and low lying areas along the river from Mogul to Highway 395. Flows are expected to crest Saturday afternoon at levels similar to February 10, 2017 and significantly below January 9, 2017. &&

Excessive rainfall may also generate rock and mud slides in steep terrain. Persons living near rivers, creeks, and streams in far western Nevada should monitor the latest weather information at weather.gov/reno and be prepared to take action. PREPARE NOW by clearing drainages and ditches of debris and move items near the river to higher ground. The next forecast update for this location will be issued Thursday.

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