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January 6, 2015 at 5:48 PM

Roads, highways remain closed due to W. Washington flooding

A dozen roads in the Snoqualmie Valley remain closed because of Monday’s flooding from the Snoqualmie River, according to the King County Department of Transportation.

The following roads are closed because of water over the roadway:

Snoqualmie: Southeast 24th Street between 309th Avenue Southeast and 316th Avenue Southeast

Carnation: Northeast 100th Street between West Snoqualmie Valley Road Northeast and Northeast Carnation Farm Road, 310th Avenue between Northeast Carnation Farm Road and Northeast 60th Street, Northeast Carnation Farm Road between Carnation Farm Bridge and Highway 203, Northeast 60th Street between 310th Avenue and Highway 203, Northeast Tolt Hill Road between Highway 203 and West Snoqualmie River Road Northeast

Duvall: Northeast 80th Street between West Snoqualmie Valley Road and Northeast Carnation Farm Road, Northeast 124th Street between West Snoqualmie Valley Road and Highway 203

Fall City: Dike Road at Preston-Fall City Road Southeast, Neal Road at Highway 203

Several highways near the Washington coast also remain closed because of flooding and debris that was brought down on the roadway. One lane of Highway 12 in Grays Harbor County is open in each direction outside Aberdeen, according to the Washington State Department of Transportation.

Highway 101 near Artic will remain a single lane with reduced speeds and one lane is open in both directions near Cosi Hill. The highway is closed in both directions from milepost 88 to 92 near Hoquiam.

Highway 4 is closed between Highway 101 and Highway 401 in Pacific County because of a collapsed culvert that severely damaged the roadway west of Naselle, the state transportation department said. Local traffic should use county roads to detour around the closure. Freight traffic will be directed to highways 401 and 101.

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