The Deschutes River rages at Tumwater Falls Park after heavy rains came to the Western Washington in February 2014. Wet weather throughout the South Sound is expected to melt snow and rapidly fill the region’s rivers, possibly pushing some to flood stage, the National Weather Service warns.
The Deschutes River rages at Tumwater Falls Park after heavy rains came to the Western Washington in February 2014. Wet weather throughout the South Sound is expected to melt snow and rapidly fill the region’s rivers, possibly pushing some to flood stage, the National Weather Service warns. Steve Bloom Staff file, 2014
The Deschutes River rages at Tumwater Falls Park after heavy rains came to the Western Washington in February 2014. Wet weather throughout the South Sound is expected to melt snow and rapidly fill the region’s rivers, possibly pushing some to flood stage, the National Weather Service warns. Steve Bloom Staff file, 2014

Wet weather may bring river flooding, Weather Service warns

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