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Photo From Missoula County Sheriff
Photo From Missoula County Sheriff
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Flood Watch Issued For Clark Fork and Bitterroot Rivers

A flood watch has been issued for the weekend for The Clark Fork and Bitterroot Rivers. Forcaster with the NAtional Weather Service Mark Lefflebein says the warm weather is bringing the snow down into the rivers.

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Photo courtesy of Greg Munther
Photo courtesy of Greg Munther
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Proposal To Modify Boating Regulations Meeting Change

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks changed the location of tomorrow’s hearing on a proposal to modify boating regulations on several stretches of river near Missoula. The meeting, originally set to be held at the Missoula FWP office, will now be at the Quality Inn (3803 Brooks Street), beginning Thursday night at 6 p.m.

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Photo Of The Clark Fork Near East Missoula Taken By Jannette McDonald
Photo Of The Clark Fork Near East Missoula Taken By Jannette McDonald
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Clark Fork Could Calm A Bit Over The Next Few Days

After several days of heavy rain, The Clark Fork river overflowed it's banks in Western Montana causing flooding problems in low-lying areas. However, according to Corby Nickerson with The National Weather service in Missoula, the Clark Fork will be calming a bit over the next few days.

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Missoula County Flooding Aerial Shots

The photos were taken from St. Patrick Hospital's Life Flight Helicopter and provided by Missoula County.

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East Missoula Sha-Ron Fishing Access Flooding

These photos were taken at The Sha-Ron Fishing Access  and bridge in east Missoula along the Clark Fork River. This was a good spot to view the massive amounts of debris floating downstream due to the flooding on the Blackfoot and Clark Fork Rivers

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Photos Of The Clark Fork River and Kelly Island

These photos were taken in and around Kelly Island and along the Clark Fork River in the Missoula area Wednesday afternoon by Jannette McDonald.

Photo Taken By Shande Wiest
Photo Taken By Shande Wiest
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Flood Warnings For Rivers, Creeks and Streams in Western Montana

The National Weather Service issued near 20 separate flood warnings for rivers, creeks and streams in Western Montana. Peter Christian spoke with Forecaster Bob Nestor on Montana Morning earlier today about the flooding situation.

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Photo Taken By Shande Wiest
Photo Taken By Shande Wiest
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Local Rivers Recede

Although local rivers have receded back below flood stage, Crystal Lake with The National Weather Service in Missoula says continued rain and warmer temperatures will bring some waters back above flood stage by the weekend.

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Photo Taken By Shande Wiest
Photo Taken By Shande Wiest
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Clark Fork and Rock Creek Recede

Flood levels receded on the Clark Fork River and Rock Creek in Western Montana over the long holiday weekend. Crystal Lake with The National Weather Service gives an update on the conditions.

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Photo From US National Weather Service Missoula Facebook
Photo From US National Weather Service Missoula Facebook
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Sheriff Is Asking Sightseers To Stay Away

KGVO News received a letter from Missoula County Sheriff Carl Ibsen about the flooding near Tower and Kehrwald Streets.  He is asking the general public to stay clear of the area allowing residents to quickly access their property.

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