June 10, 2022
Rain Forecast Downgraded to Below Flood Levels
The National Weather Service has released new weather predictions for Skagit County, with rain forecasts downgraded to below flood levels for the remainder of this week and into the weekend. No flood watch or warning is anticipated at this time.
Skagit County’s Department of Emergency Management and Public Works will continue to actively monitor the situation and will communicate if river level predications change over the coming days.
Public Works crews are responding to a rock slide at mile post 90 east of Concrete this morning. Some standing water over roadways has also been identified in parts of East County. Drivers in the area are asked to take precaution and avoid driving through standing water.
For emergency information, Skagitonians are encouraged to sign up for the emergency information listserv, CodeRed Alerts, or follow Skagit County on Twitter @SkagitGov. The River Level Hotline (360- 416-1404) and www.skagitcounty.net/flood are also helpful resources.