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More than 300 dispatch calls reported in Butte County during wet weather conditions

Multiple departments responded to over 300 dispatch calls on Sunday.

Posted: Oct 24, 2021 5:16 PM
Updated: Oct 24, 2021 5:38 PM

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA - Multiple departments have responded to over 300 dispatch calls on Sunday as the North State experiences flash floods and other weather conditions. 

The Butte County Sheriff's Office said it documented over 250 dispatch calls today and usually averages 150 calls over a 24-hour period per day. The Oroville Emergency Command Center also said it has received 111 calls since this morning. During a normal 24-hour period Oroville ECC usually gets around 50 dispatches. 

The North State is experiencing some road closures including Highway 70 at Deadwood Rd. due to a rockslide and flood, and Oro Quincy Highway at Lakeside Way due to flooding. 

The California Highway Patrol Oroville is urging drivers to be cautious as the southbound lane of State Route 99 between Nelson Shippee and Nelson is also flooded.

Chico
Cloudy
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Hi: 62° Lo: 46°
Feels Like: 41°
Oroville
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Hi: 61° Lo: 45°
Feels Like: 48°
Paradise
Partly Cloudy
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Hi: 63° Lo: 47°
Feels Like: 41°
Chester
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Hi: 56° Lo: 21°
Feels Like: 39°
Red Bluff
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Hi: 71° Lo: 38°
Feels Like: 39°
Willows
Mostly Cloudy
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Hi: 68° Lo: 41°
Feels Like: 41°
The mild weather will come to an end after this weekend. But for now, we have another night of fog possible in the valley.
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