Flood warnings still haven’t dropped this week for cities in southern Wyoming, eastern Utah and northern Colorado, the National Weather Service reports.
Baggs, Wyo.; Grand Junction and Steamboat Springs, Colo.; and Green River, Logan, Vernal and Duschene, Utah, were all under flood warnings Friday. Utah’s Moab and Manila and Colorado’s Kremmling, Vail and Rifle remain on flood advisories. Last week’s flood advisory around Heber, Utah, has been lifted.
Central and southeastern Wyoming are under several flood warnings, including Laramie, Rawlins, Dubois, Riverton, Lander and Greybull. Lowlying areas outside Sheridan and Cody are also affected.
In Nevada, flood warnings are up for the South Lake Tahoe area and much of the northern part of the state. This includes the border communities of Denio and McDermitt as well as Winnemucca, Wild Horse, Wells, Elko, Battle Mountain and Austin. Flood advisory has been lifted for Hawthorne near Yosemite National Park.
Flooding danger has dropped in almost all of Idaho, except for the northeastern corner around Sandpoint, which remains under flood warning.
Montana’s Flathead River and Flathead Lake communities remain on flood watch, including Polson, Kalispell and the West Glacier area. In southwest Montana, Anaconda is now under flood warning. Missoula’s has been lifted. Lowlands around Great Falls, Bozeman and Dillon are under flood warning, as is a section from Livingston to Miles City, including Billings.