FLOOD DANGER PASSES, LANDSLIDE THREAT REMAINS

With the Chehalis and Rivers safely back within their banks, the danger of flooding in Grays Harbor has passed, however the threat of landslides still exists.  The heavy rainfall of the last week has saturated much of the land in Grays Harbor and Pacific County, creating the threat of that land giving way.  Deputy Emergency Manager says steep bluffs and hillsides are the area of most concern and residents should keep an eye out for warning signs like foundation cracks, leaning trees and poles and offset fence lines.

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