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8:33 PM PDT on June 01, 2015 (GMT -0700)
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Flash Flood Warning
Statement as of 8:01 PM PDT on June 01, 2015

... The Flash Flood Warning remains in effect until 1015 PM PDT for
southwestern Ferry and east central Okanogan counties...

At 755 PM PDT... Doppler radar indicated thunderstorms producing
extremely heavy rain across the warned area. Radar has estimated
anywhere from 1.00 to 1.50 inches across much of the area between
Nespelem and Keller. Flash flooding is likely to occur from these
heavy rains.

The torrential rains are moving through the southern end of the
Devils Elbow complex and will likely lead to debris flows and
flooding in low lying areas. Debris flow can consist of
rock... mud... vegetation and other loose materials.

Some locations that will experience significant flooding include...
Nespelem community... Nespelem and Keller. This includes Highway 21
north of Keller. Minor to moderate flooding is also expected along
Highway 155 near Nespelem.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

Move to higher ground now. Act quickly to protect your life.

Move away from recently burned areas. Life threatening flooding of
creeks... roads and normally dry arroyos is likely. The heavy rains
will likely trigger Rockslides... mudslides and debris flows in steep
terrain... especially in and around these areas.


Lat... Lon 4851 11904 4853 11835 4802 11847 4807 11898


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746 PM PDT Mon Jun 1 2015

... The Flash Flood Warning remains in effect until 1045 PM PDT for
south central Okanogan County...

At 738 PM PDT... Doppler radar showed that the initial round of
thunderstorms weakened quickly as they approached the Carlton
complex. However additional storms are forming to the south of the
area and should move over the burn scar by 830 PM. Radar estimates
showed anywhere from 0.15 to 0.50 inches over the southeast portion
of the burn scar or over locations just northwest of Brewster.

The additional rainfall will likely produce debris flows which can
consist of rock... mud... vegetation and other loose materials.

Some locations that will experience flooding include...
Brewster... Twisp... Pateros... Winthrop... foggy dew campground... crater
creek campground... Loup Loup campground... Monse... Loup Loup pass...
Methow... Black Pine Lake campground... Malott and Carlton.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

Move away from recently burned areas. Life threatening flooding of
creeks... roads and normally dry arroyos is likely. The heavy rains
will likely trigger Rockslides... mudslides and debris flows in steep
terrain... especially in and around these areas.

Please report flooding to your local law enforcement agency when you
can do so safely.


Lat... Lon 4817 11952 4809 11968 4808 11972 4810 11977
      4806 11989 4798 11988 4796 11992 4796 12004
      4801 12008 4803 12014 4806 12014 4807 12017
      4838 12039 4864 11995


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Flash Flood Watch
Statement as of 1:38 PM PDT on June 01, 2015

... Flash Flood Watch remains in effect through late tonight...

The Flash Flood Watch continues for

* portions of central Washington and north central Washington...
including the following in central ... Washington... Waterville
Plateau. In north central Washington... east slopes northern
Cascades... Okanogan Highlands... Okanogan Valley and Wenatchee
area.

* Through late tonight

* slow moving thunderstorms will develop this afternoon.
Rainfall rates of near an inch per hour will be possible and
there is the possibility of storms to train over a relatively
small area. Thunderstorms will continue into the tonight where
they are expected to focus mainly over the northern
mountains... which will includes areas north of Lake Chelan.

* Slow moving and training thunderstorms will increase the risk
for flash flooding. Recent burn scars will be at highest risk
for flash flooding or debris flows. This will be especially so
for the 2014 burn scars... .which includes the Devils Elbow...
Carlton complex... Mills Canyon and Chiwaukum complex. Other
areas in steep terrain will also be at a greater risk for
flash flooding. There will also be the potential for rapid
rises to creeks and small streams.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A Flash Flood Watch means that conditions may develop that lead
to flash flooding or debris flows. Flash flooding and debris
flows are very dangerous. Persons in the watch area should remain
alert to changing weather conditions... monitor NOAA Weather Radio
or other weather information sources... and be prepared to take
action on short notice if heavy rainfall occurs or if flash flood
warnings are issued.

Rushing water and debris... including trees and rocks... can damage
or destroy culverts... bridges... roads... and buildings. Flash
flooding and debris flow paths are unpredictable and can affect
locations that are miles away from a burned area.