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March 9, 2014 at 11:57 AM

Flood warnings in effect until Monday night on some rivers

Due to heavy rain over the weekend, the National Weather Service issued another flood warning on Sunday morning for several rivers that extends until late Monday night.

The rains pushed the Snoqualmie River nearly three feet above flood stage, and it’s expected to crest near 56.6 feet by 5 a.m. Monday. The Snoqualmie River is expected to cause widespread flooding to farm land and roads from Snoqualmie to Fall City and up through Carnation and Duvall, the Weather Service said.

There was also a flood warning through Sunday evening for the Tolt River near Carnation, which is expected to spill over 353rd Avenue Northeast and some driveways in the San Souci area. A flood warning also continued for the Skykomish River near Gold Bar in Snohomish County.

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