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Hunters Bogged Down as Rain Turns to Flooding in Eastern Montana

It’s been a wet and cloudy October so far for most of Montana, but Phillips and Valley County are experiencing a deluge that has left some roads flooded.

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Flood Advisory Issued for Missoula County, Other Parts of Western Montana

Showers and thunderstorms are expected throughout the rest of the week in the Missoula area, but Meterologist Luke Robinson with the National Weather Service said there are more than thunderstorm watches to be aware of this evening.

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photo courtesy of Missoula County
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Orchard Homes Area in Danger of Flooding Similar to 2011 [AUDIO]

2011 was a devastating year for flooding in western Montana, but one county official says the spring of 2014 has the potential to surpass it.

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September Is National Preparedness Month [AUDIO]

With wildfires in Montana and deadly floods in Colorado. Montanans are being reminded that September is National Preparedness Month.

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The fishing access site this week at the Corvallis cutoff bridge. (KLYQ Photo)
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Bitterroot River Level Backs Off Slowly

The drop is already happening.

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Bitterroot River at Corvallis Bridge (KLYQ Photo)
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Watchin’ the Water – June 3

Here are recent developments in the flooding situation in the valley and the region.

  • The Bitterroot River was about two feet below flood stage as of 3pm Friday, June 3
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    Hamilton Main Street Bridge (KLYQ Photo)
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    Watchin’ the Water – Tuesday

    The Bitterroot River water level has dropped again during this period of cool weather. The river gauge at Darby was at 4.99 feet Tuesday morning, about 2 and half feet below flood stage...

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    Skalkaho Creek (KLYQ Photo)
    Skalkaho Creek (KLYQ Photo)
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    How High’s The Water, Mama?

    The rivers and streams in the Bitterroot Valley continue to run bankfull or a little over their banks in places. And the water is full of debris and dirt from the spring runoff...

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