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1.Nooksack floods in Everson, headed to Sumas as rain continues in Whatcom

Nooksack floods in Everson, headed to Sumas as rain continues in Whatcom Updated November 14, 2021 11:43 PM There are the roads, schools closed by Nooksack River flooding in Whatcom County

2.Nooksack floods in Everson, headed to Sumas as rain continues in Whatcom

Two days of nearly nonstop rain threatened severe flooding along the Nooksack River in Whatcom County. Just before 10 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 14, the city of Sumas Facebook page posted: “Earlier this afternoon the Nooksack River overflowed in Everson and the water has been working its way north to Sumas ever since. It just crossed over Tom Road.

3.Nooksack floods in Everson, headed to Sumas as rain continues in Whatcom

The overflow of flood waters will result in flooding along an old Nooksack River overflow drainage, including Johnson Creek, from Everson north toward Sumas and the Canadian border. * ADDITIONAL DETAILS… – At 336 PM PST, Doppler radar and automated rain gauges indicated heavy rain. Flooding is ongoing or expected to begin shortly in the …

4.Nooksack floods in Everson, headed to Sumas as rain continues in Whatcom

WHATCOM ­— Sumas got swamped with its worst flooding in about 30 years over the weekend, closing arterial Cherry Street and the Sumas border crossing into Monday. Sumas was hard-hit with the northward flow of floodwater that topped Nooksack River levees south of Everson, which had dealt with plenty of turbulent water impacts in town on Saturday.

5.Nooksack floods in Everson, headed to Sumas as rain continues in Whatcom

Rivers will rise with flooding expected on some western Washington rivers, including the Nooksack River. Sumas Mayor Kyle Christensen issued a statement tonight, November 13th, saying flooding similar to the Super Bowl flood of 2020 is possible, referring to a flood event that left Sumas, Everson and Nooksack inundated by water and debris in …

6.Nooksack floods in Everson, headed to Sumas as rain continues in Whatcom

This flood is expected to be similar to the 2020 Super Bowl flood, with many of the same areas impacted. The National Weather Service is predicting this flooding event to impact Whatcom County for the next several days. Residents in Everson, Nooksack, and Sumas should now be preparing for high water in and around their area.

7.Nooksack floods in Everson, headed to Sumas as rain continues in Whatcom

Nooksack floods in Everson, headed to Sumas as rain continues in Whatcom Updated November 14, 2021 11:43 PM … schools closed by Nooksack River flooding in Whatcom County Updated November 15 …

8.Nooksack floods in Everson, headed to Sumas as rain continues in Whatcom

Nooksack floods in Everson, headed to Sumas as rain continues in Whatcom … More heavy rain, flooding on the way for Whatcom. Here’s when … Whatcom surpasses 16,000 confirmed COVID cases and …

9.Nooksack floods in Everson, headed to Sumas as rain continues in Whatcom

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10.Nooksack floods in Everson, headed to Sumas as rain continues in Whatcom

FERNDALE, Wash. — The Nooksack River level forecast at Ferndale continues to warn of impacts on Ferndale area roads and parks beginning tonight, Thursday, January 23rd and continuing into the weekend.. A Flood Watch has been issued by the National Weather Service that will remain in effect through Friday afternoon. A period of warming, rising snow levels, and heavy rain in the mountains will …

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