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Melting Without Storms

March 18, 2019 03:25 PM

Water remains quite high on area rivers, lakes and streams and will continue to be so all week long as more and more of our snowpack melts away.  Thankfully, we're doing it in the right way.  Initially, temperatures will be below freezing at night in this forecast, stopping the melt for a few hours.  There's still about 2" of water trapped in the snowpack so continued slow progression this week is great.

Continued impacts to secondary roads in spots with poor drainage and areas nearest riverbanks will stay all week long.

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Highs will primarily be in the 40s through Thursday before stepping up into the mid 50s Friday into the weekend.  By then, all but the snow piles will have melted away.  No major storms are set, but a few showers are possible Sunday into Monday.

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