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Northwest residents urged to stay alert as storms roll in

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By JENNIFER SINCO KELLEHER
Associated Press

Weather officials are urging Northwest residents to remain alert because more rain is on the way to an area with lingering water from extreme weather from a previous storm. Everson Mayor John Perry says the Nooksack River topped Main Street in his city on Sunday afternoon. Main Street’s flooding is about a foot deep. He says he’s continuing to monitor things even though the rain has slowed down. November has been wet for northwest Washington. The National Weather Service said Bellingham recorded 11.64 inches at midnight Sunday — an all-time record for the month. 

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