Yesterday’s torrential downpours across the region have led to flood-like water levels according to the DNR.
The Snake River running through Grasston was classified as "very high" after the rainfall, up almost three feet from a week ago. To the north, the Kettle River in Sandsrone is also boasting water levels up three feet from the previous week.
Any sort of watercraft that requires a paddle is not recommended on those rivers while they’re labeled "very high". You can keep an eye on current levels updated daily by clicking here.
(photo courtesy of the City of Sandstone)