Flows stabilize on several rain-swollen King County rivers

KING COUNTY, Wash. — The Snoqualmie, White and Tolt rivers are no longer at risk of minor flooding.

The King County Flood Warning Center closed around 3:15 a.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 23, as the flows from the three rivers stabilized. 

Heavy rains Monday pushed the Snoqualmie River flow to about 12,180 cubic feet per second (CFS), just barely above the river’s Phase 2 flood alert threshold of 12,000 CFS. According to the King County Flood Warning Center, at this level, minor flooding is possible in low-lying areas along the river.

The Tolt River was flowing at around 4,230 CFS on Monday, leaving the potential for

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