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PHOTOS: March Flooding In The Inland Northwest

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March sure did come in like a lion. We had a major snow storm come through the Spokane area on March 2nd, only to have all of that snow rapidly melt off in the past few days. So I'd say March is still like a lion, it's just a very wet lion right now. As a result of the snow melting, all of that water is looking for a place to go, and we've seen flooding and roads washing out all around the Inland Northwest. The lamb can't get here fast enough!

Our KHQ viewers have been sending in photos of flooding in their area, and we've compiled them into a slideshow. If you have any pictures you'd like to submit of flooding in your area, you can email them to pix@khq.com or post them on our Facebook wall, just click this link: https://www.facebook.com/KHQLocalNews 
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