Three areas in Yukon remain at flood stage. The water levels appear to be stabilizing at Rock Creek and Ross River and are expected to begin to drop in the absence of rain. Water levels in the Liard River are expected to peak within the next one or two days.
Incident Management Teams remain in place in all three communities and will continue to monitor the situations closely.
*Important information for those who have been evacuated at Rock Creek & Ross River:
(click to enlarge)For the latest Yukon Flood Risk Reports, visit our 2013-14 Flood Activity page.
For information and tips on how to return to your home safely after a flood, take a look at our "Post Flood Re-entry tips and safety" (pdf) document.
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