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Hydrologic Outlook issued April 19 at 8:22PM MDT until further notice by NWS

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NOAA-NWS-ALERTS-ID12584AB86BB8.HydrologicOutlook.12584AC7BA78ID.OTXESFOTX.6d2d9dc40a289baa8ab6c2ba2ac7d449 w-nws.webmaster@noaa.gov 2017-04-19T20:22:00-06:00 Actual Alert Public Alert for Central Panhandle Mountains; Coeur d’Alene Area; Idaho Palouse; Lewis and Southern Nez Perce Counties; Lewiston Area; Northern Panhandle (Idaho) Issued by the National Weather Service Met Hydrologic Outlook Future Unknown Possible SAME 2017-04-19T20:22:00-06:00 2017-04-20T20:54:00-06:00 NWS Spokane (Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho) Hydrologic Outlook issued April 19 at 8:22PM MDT until further notice by NWS Spokane …More rainfall on already saturated soils may lead to additional landslides and localized flooding… Additional landslide activity is possible during the next few days over the steep terrain of eastern Washington and north Idaho as more rain falls on the region. Soils are very saturated this spring and over 100 landslides and ground failures have already been reported this spring in eastern Washington. Many of these slides occur a few days after the rainfall has ended. Localized flooding is also possible. But if any flooding does occur it will minor in nature and should not exceed any water levels that have been observed already this spring. More showers are expected through Thursday. Rain amounts during this period will range from a few tenths to a half inch in the Cascades, a quarter to a half inch in the Idaho Panhandle, and a tenth or two of an inch in far eastern Washington. Residents and travelers are encouraged to monitor this weather situation for updates, and information on potential road closures. WMOHEADER UGC IDZ001>004-026-027-WAZ031>033-035>038-041>044 VTEC TIME…MOT…LOC

Central Panhandle Mountains; Coeur d’Alene Area; Idaho Palouse; Lewis and Southern Nez Perce Counties; Lewiston Area; Northern Panhandle FIPS6 016009 FIPS6 016017 FIPS6 016021 FIPS6 016055 FIPS6 016057 FIPS6 016061 FIPS6 016069 FIPS6 016079 UGC IDZ001 UGC IDZ002 UGC IDZ003 UGC IDZ004 UGC IDZ026 UGC IDZ027

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