Flood Watches Now In Effect

K-DOCK 92.9

ANOTHER STRONG SYSTEM WILL PRODUCE SIGNIFICANT AMOUNTS OF RAIN
ACROSS PARTS OF SOUTHWEST OREGON. RAIN WILL CONTINUE INTO SATURDAY.
3 TO 5 INCHES OF RAIN ARE EXPECTED THROUGH EARLY FRIDAY WITH THE HEAVIEST AMOUNTS ALONG THE SOUTH COAST INTO THE COASTAL MOUNTAINS. ANOTHER 3 TO 4 INCHES ARE EXPECTED FROM MID MORNING FRIDAY INTO EARLY SATURDAY MORNING. MODERATE TO HEAVY RAINFALL WILL CAUSE RAPID RIVER
AND STREAM RISES.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN MEDFORD HAS ISSUED A FLOOD WATCH FOR
THE SOUTH FORK COQUILLE RIVER AT MYRTLE POINT UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
THE RIVER IS EXPECTED TO RISE TO NEAR FLOOD FRIDAY.

A FLOOD WATCH FOR THE NORTH FORK COQUILLE RIVER NEAR MYRTLE POINT IS IN EFFECT UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. AT 8:45 LAST NIGHT, THE STAGE WAS 16.9 FEET. MINOR FLOODING IS POSSIBLE.

A FLOOD WATCH FOR THE COQUILLE RIVER AT COQUILLE IS IN EFFECT UNTIL SATURDAY NIGHT. LAST NIGHT, THE STAGE WAS 13.7 FEET.

This entry was posted on Thursday, December 20th, 2012 and is filed under Local News, Weather Warnings.