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Break in rain eases worries
December 30, 2005, by DYLAN
Waters are still high in and
around Chiloquin where the Sprague and Williamson
rivers merge, and Klamath County officials are
keeping their eyes on the rivers and on the
In the Sprague River Valley, there were spots where the river had flowed into pastures and fields, but no homes were threatened by flood waters, he said.
Precipitation Wednesday night and early Thursday
came as snow, and snow was expected to fall again
Thursday night. The questions now are if and when
rain will come and if it does, how warm it will be.
“Right now we are in good
shape, providing that we don't get any bad weather,”
said Cpl. Shawn Richards, rural patrol team leader
for the Klamath County Sheriff's office.
Warning issued for
Included in the warning is a
flood watch for central, south central and western
Siskiyou County from today through Saturday morning.
At other times, people can call the Siskiyou County Sheriff's Department's 24-hour dispatch number at (530) 841-2900 to make arrangements to pick up sandbags and sand.
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