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The Columbia River has reached flood stage, 16 feet. Tyree Wilde at the National Weather Service says the reservoirs upstream are releasing water because of heavy rain and rapid snowmelt. But the process can slow down with a change in the weather. Wilde says we are heading back into a cool, wet weather pattern through the weekend.  Still, they expect the river to remain high for the next 7 to 10 days.

 

 

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