High water appears in southwestern Oregon, flood advisory issued

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ROSEBURG, Ore. – The National Weather Service in Medford issued flood watches for areas west of the Cascades Sunday.

Southwestern Oregon was hit by freezing rain and other steady rain showers beginning Saturday.

The rain is expected to continue for hours Sunday and it’s causing high water in some places.

For areas near Roseburg, including Winston and Myrtle Creek, a flood advisory is in effect until 12 p.m. Monday.

Forecasters warn snow levels could drop to around 2,500 feet early Monday morning.

There is a winter storm warning in effect for the Cascades, Siskiyous, and Kalmiopsis.

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