Lewis County Rivers

Flooding / Rivers Resources and Reports

River Levels: Rivers.LewisCountyWA.gov


NOAA: Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service


Lewis County: Flood Warning Map

Flood Warning Map | Lewis County, WA | Lewis County Watch and The Chronicle

Nexrad: Langley Hill Radar


Lewis County: Flood Resources


The Chronicle: Area Traffic Cams

I-5: Grand Mound I-5: Lewis / Thurs. Co. Line I-5: Lewis / Thurs. Co. Line
I-5: Rush Rd White Pass Morton
I-5: Blakeslee Junc., Centralia I-5: Mellen Street, Centralia I-5: Milepost 80, Cent. / Cheh.
I-5: 13th Ave I-5: Labree Rd I-5: MP 73.3
I-5: West Street, Chehalis I-5: I-5: 13th Street, Chehalis I-5: LaBree Road, Cheh. / Nap.
I-5: 13th Ave I-5: Labree Rd I-5: MP 73.3
I-5: Milepost 73.3, Napavine I-5: Rush Road, Napavine WSDOT: White Pass, U.S. Hwy 12
I-5: 13th Ave I-5: Labree Rd I-5: MP 73.3

CLS: Airport Cams

Chehalis Airport North I-5: Chehalis Airport East
CC Airport: North CC Airport: East
Chehalis Airport South I-5: Chehalis Airport West
CC Airport: South CC Airport: West

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