GRANITE FALLS, Wash. -- A flood warning has been issued for the Pilchuck River near Snohomish until Tuesday evening.
The river is expected to crest around 11 a.m. At 18 feet, the river spills out of its banks, flooding homes and roads in low-lying areas from Granite Falls downstream through the Lake Stevens and Snohomish areas.
The includes areas around Sexton Road and Orchard Avenue in Snohomish.
The river is expected to reach flood stage about 9 a.m. Tuesday and crest at 18.8 feet.
It will fall below flood stage early Tuesday afternoon.
Other areas of western Washington under a flood warning include: