Main floods hit components of the Alpine district

On Wednesday, the Markleeville area of ​​Alpine County faced what the National Weather Service described as an extremely dangerous situation due to severe flooding and flash flooding. A flash flood emergency was declared for the Tamarack fire burn scar area, which includes Markleeville and Markleeville, until 7:30 p.m. Woodfords. Markleeville is approximately 30 miles south of South Lake Tahoe. Highway 89 in the Markleeville area of ​​Alpine County is closed due to high flooding, Caltrans said. There is no timeline for the Highway 89 resurfacing. The weather service has issued a flash flood watch for parts of El Dorado County where previous wildfires have burned. Markleeville has been upgraded to a flash flood watch, while other parts of the Greater Tahoe area remain under a flash flood watch. Residents and residents in or near Caldor, Numbers, Tamarack, Mountain View, Slink and Boot burn scars should be prepared for possible flooding and seek higher ground, the weather service said. See below | Debris flows onto roads near Markleeville Excessive rainfall could cause a debris flow to blow through a burn scar, the weather service said. KCRA 3 meteorologist Mark Finan monitors rainfall in the area. The Tamarack fire started in 2021. and burned 68,637 acres before firefighters put it out. Check out the interactive radar below. App users, click here. See traffic conditions. further on. App users, click here.

The Markleeville area of ​​Alpine County faced what the National Weather Service described as extremely dangerous Wednesday due to severe flooding and storm surges.

A flood emergency was declared until 7:30 p.m. In the Tamarack Fire burn scar zone, which includes Markleeville and Woodfords. Markleeville is approximately 30 miles south of South Lake Tahoe.

Highway 89 in the Markleeville area of ​​Alpine County is closed due to severe flooding, Caltrans said. There is no timeline for the Highway 89 resurfacing.

The weather service has issued a flash flood watch for some areas of El Dorado County where previous wildfires have burned. Markleeville has been upgraded to a flash flood watch, while other parts of the Greater Tahoe area remain under a flash flood watch.

Residents and residents in or near Caldor, Numbers, Tamarack, Mountain View, Slink and Boot burn scars should be prepared for possible flooding and seek higher ground, the weather service said.

See below | Debris flows onto roads near Markleeville

Excessive rainfall could cause debris to seep through the burn scar, the weather service said.

KCRA 3 meteorologist Mark Finan monitors rainfall in the area.

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The Tamarack fire started in 2021. and burned 68,637 acres before firefighters put it out.

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