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Apr 23, 2019

Current Severe Weather Alerts in Idaho


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Flood Advisory issued April 23 at 11:28AM MDT until further notice by NWS

Event: Flood Advisory
Message Type: Alert
Urgency: Expected
Severity: Minor
Certainty: Likely
Affected Area: Blaine

Summary: ...The flood advisory continues for the big wood river... big wood river at hailey affecting blaine county the flood advisory continues for the big wood river at hailey * until further notice. * at 11 am tuesday the stage was 4.2 feet.

Official National Weather Service Weather Alert Statement

Flood Warning issued April 23 at 10:17AM MDT until May 01 at 12:21PM MDT by NWS

Event: Flood Warning
Message Type: Alert
Urgency: Expected
Severity: Moderate
Certainty: Likely
Affected Area: Bannock

Summary: ...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in idaho... portneuf river at pocatello affecting bannock county the flood warning continues for the portneuf river at pocatello. * at 10:01 am tuesday the stage was 9.0 feet. * flood stage is 8.5 feet.

Official National Weather Service Weather Alert Statement

Hydrologic Outlook issued April 23 at 10:12AM MDT by NWS

Event: Hydrologic Outlook
Message Type: Alert
Urgency: Future
Severity: Unknown
Certainty: Possible
Affected Area: Big Hole Mountains; Big Lost Highlands, Copper Basin; Blackfoot Mountains; Caribou Range; Centennial Mountains, Island Park; Franklin, Eastern Oneida Region; Lost River Valleys; Lower Snake River Plain; Marsh and Arbon Highlands; Sun Valley Region; Teton Valley; Upper Snake River Plain; Wood River Foothills

Summary: ...High flows to continue through the week on east idaho waterways... warmer than normal temperatures are expected through the weekend along with modest precipitation events thursday and again early next week. a number of rivers and creeks in east idaho are already experiencing near bankfull conditions with high flows. seepage and

Official National Weather Service Weather Alert Statement