Get more Washington state flooding news online

It’s easier than ever to follow the latest news and information about flooding happening this week in Washington state.

News organizations, public agencies and lots of other people on Twitter, a microblogging site, are using the tag #waflood to report what’s happening. You can see what they’re saying on Twitter’s search page. It will alert you when something new is posted with that tag.

You can also follow just the latest updates from The Herald on Twitter and even sign up to receive text message alerts to your cell phone.

Below are news stories that journalists around the state have selected to post using a service called Publish2. The list will update regularly as new articles are posted.

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