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The view along North Valley Road in Indian Valley. Photo by Andrea Singer

Flooding in Indian Valley; warnings in Sierra Valley

Indian Valley residents are contending with flooding in Indian Valley where motorists must contend with water on roads and a local golf course looks more like a lake.

Meanwhile, across the county, the Plumas County Sheriff’s Office is warning of potential flooding in the Sierra Valley.

Very high flows along Little Last Chance Creek are expected due to an upstream dam release at Frenchman Dam and increased snowmelt. The warning remains in effect until 4:30 p.m. Tuesday. If motorists encounter water in the area, they should turn around.
Debris and water cover a section of North Valley Road in Indian Valley. Photo by Andrea Singer
Motorists will encounter a road closed sign on North Valley Road. Photo by Andrea Singer
Golf anyone? Not today. The Mt. Huff golf course is under water. Photo by Andrea Singer
Near Beckwourth a portion of Sierra Valley Farms is underwater. Photo courtesy Sierra Valley Farms
Area of potential flooding in the Sierra Valley. Map courtesy Plumas County Sheriff’s Office

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