NW California River River Forecast VT: 02/14/2019 pic.twitter.com/ItqqXJs6G3— NWS Eureka (@NWSEureka) February 14, 2019
New river forecast as of 8:41 a.m. indicates the Eel River at Fernbridge is expected to exceed Flood Stage of 20 feet around 2 p.m., today, February 14, cresting at under 22 feet late tonight. Highway 211 is not anticipated to close. Livestock should remain on high ground.— Humboldt Co OES (@HumCoOES) February 14, 2019
* A portion of northwest California, including the following
areas, Mendocino Coast, Northeastern Mendocino Interior,
Northern Humboldt Coast, Northern Humboldt Interior,
Northwestern Mendocino Interior, Southeastern Mendocino
Interior, Southern Humboldt Interior, Southwestern Humboldt,
and Southwestern Mendocino Interior.
* Until 4 PM PST this afternoon
* Moderate to heavy rain is expected through this afternoon.
Additional rainfall totals of 1 to 3 inches are expected, with
localized higher amounts. Snow melt may also contribute added
* Rapid rises on small rivers and creeks, along with mud and
rock slides or debris flows in the vicinity of recent burn
scar areas are possible with heavy rain. Some main stem rivers
are also forecast to reach flood stage. Ponding of water on
roadways will also be possible.