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Idaho Rivers Nearing Flood Stage

After a couple days of heavy rain, the Payette River is rising and now at minor flood stage.  Record high temperatures earlier this week have given way to heavy rain, and that’s led to a flood warning for the Payette River. The water levels of the Payette River were around 9.6 feet Thursday afternoon. The river is expected to crest at a little over 12 feet today.  That level doesn't cause too much concern, but if it gets worse, the city of Emmett might have a few problems to deal with.  Bruce Evans with Emmett Public Works is watching the river closely. 

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Idaho Water Experts Breathing Easier With Storms

Some are calling the President's State of the Union speech last night a knock out while others say it was just another election year speech meant to gain support. The members of Idaho's congressional delegation say there were parts they could agree with but other parts fell flat

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Water Prognosticators Keep An Eye To The Sky

Idaho’s water prognosticators are trying to be optimistic even though the snowpack in Idaho is way below last year.  Water supply specialist Ron Abramovich says snowpack around the state is down considerably from last year and is considerably below average. 

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Southern Idaho Braces For Possible Spring Flooding

State water specialists say there should be plenty of surface water to go around in southern Idaho this year.  Most water basins in southern Idaho are at or above record levels.  That’s good news for irrigators but it could spell trouble when it starts to melt. 

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Idaho Snow Pack Level Good!

State and federal hydrologists say twice the normal precipitation in March has created near record levels of snowpack in some Idaho mountain ranges.  The Idaho Water Supply Committee said Monday an increase in March snowfall between 15 percent and 40 percent should mean plenty of water statewide for the summer growing season

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