NCW — Temperatures in the mid-80s forecast Wednesday and Thursday will melt high-mountain snow and could cause flooding in parts of North Central Washington.
Rivers that could see the most significant rise in water levels include the Okanogan and Stehekin rivers, reports the National Weather Service of Spokane.
These rivers could approach or exceed flood stages, an agency alert says. Smaller streams fed by high-elevation snowpack will also see higher flows.
Warmer temperatures often cause people to flock to lakes…