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BobCat Burn Area – Flash Flood/Debris Flow Information

*** This includes portions of the Bull Mountains east of US-87 to just east of Fattig Creek***
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Flash Floods and Debris Flows will quickly inundate streams, channels, and low-lying areas.
Remain aware of the environment around you.
If rainfall is occurring in or upstream of your location, and you are in or near a burned area,
You Are at Risk!

Specific Locations at Risk
Populated Locations
Subdivisions within the Burn Perimeter
Residences along creeks/streams/coulees downstream to the Musselshell River

US-87, Fattig Creek Rd, East Parrot Creek Rd, West Parrot Creek Rd, Rehder Rd,
Bruner Mountain Rd, Beard Rd

Halfbreed Creek, Fattig Creek, East Parrot Creek, West Parrot Creek, Rehder Coulee

Frequency of Potential Flooding Rainfall Events for this Burn Scar:
Average of 5 events per year