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High Seasonal 2003 River Flows

Washington rivers with unusually high flows

June 18, 2003.--We haven't reported any rivers with unusually high flow so far because of the lower than normal, later melting snowpack hasn't produced any rivers with sustained high flows. With the snowmelt now beginning, you may see some rivers with higher than normal flows, so please review the data for the rivers you're interested in kayaking, canoeing, fishing, etc.

The latest data is at:
The latest snowpack report is available from the NRCS.

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