SPOKANE, Wash, - Warm temperatures across the Inland Northwest have led to rapidly melting snow and flooding around the region.
There are reports of water over the roadway in Reardan, Davenport, Odessa, Harrington and Colfax.
The Washington State Patrol is reporting several road closures due to water over the roadway as a result of the snowmelt.
In Lincoln County, SR 231 has been closed between Interstate 90 and SR 2. State Route 23 has also been closed between St. John and Sprague. Between Sprague and Harrington SR 23 is open but flooding has been reported in numerous locations along the road and could be closed at any time as of 3:30 p.m.
Water has undercut part of the roadway on SR 27 five miles south of Oakesdale, with part of the northbound lane washed away, but the road remains open.
SR 25 has one lane open north from Davenport.
In Whitman County, water is also reported over the roadway in Colfax.
In Spokane County, water is reported over the roadway on SR 27 three miles north of Latah; water is also over the roadway on State Route 2 two miles west of Airway Heights.
In Adams County, water is reported over the roadway nine miles south of Odessa on State Route 21.
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