So far, so good. It appears the North Fork is staying within its banks and the same is holding true for the general area.
From today’s Daily Inter Lake . . .
In spite of Wednesday’s rainfall, rivers in Flathead County remain inside their banks, the county’s emergency services director said late Wednesday afternoon.
Scott Sampey said water conditions didn’t change much between Tuesday and Wednesday. The North Fork was up a bit Wednesday and running muddy. The Middle Fork at West Glacier was up and the main Flathead River had risen near action stage, Sampey said.
“It could be that someone along any of these rivers gets flooded,” he said. But no county rivers are at flood stage yet, he said.
With more rain in the forecast for the next week, rivers should stay high, he said, but lower temperatures at the same time will prevent mountain snowpack from melting quickly.