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Significant Flood Threat Continues For South-Central U.S.

A widespread and significant flood risk continues across the south-central U.S. from repeated rounds of intense rain and strong to severe thunderstorms. Flash flood watches are in effect for large part of the ArkLaTex. Today's concern extends from the Louisiana and extreme Upper Texas Gulf Coast to northeastern Texas and southeastern Oklahoma before shifting to all of eastern Texas on Wednesday. Read More >

*Please note the pass elevations are for the highway elevations.  We've tried to find the forecast points that best reflect these mountain passes, but the elevation of the forecast will not exactly match the pass elevation.

Southern Oregon

I-5 at Siskiyou Summit (4300ft)

I-5 at Sexton Summit (1980ft)

Highway 199 at Hayes Hill (1640ft)

Highway 140 at Lake of the Woods (4960ft)

Highway 140 at Bly Mountain (4920ft)

Highway 140 at Warner Mountain Summit (5660ft)

Highway 138 near Diamond Lake (5930ft)

Crater Lake Rim (7130ft)

Highway 97 at top of Spring Creek Grade (4572ft)

Highway 97 near Chemult (4900ft)

 

 

Northern California

Highway 3 at Forest Mountain Summit (4110ft)

I-5 at Black Butte Summit (3900ft)

Highway 89 at Snowmans Summit (4500ft)

Highway 97 at Grass Lake (5060ft)

Highway 299 at Cedar Pass (6030ft)

 

 

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