The Elwha River breached its banks by Sunday morning at the end of Lower Elwha Road after recent heavy rain. The weather forecast calls for more rain Monday morning before a possibility of some clearing and sunshine on Tuesday. (Paul Gottlieb/Peninsula Daily News)

The Elwha River breached its banks by Sunday morning at the end of Lower Elwha Road after recent heavy rain. The weather forecast calls for more rain Monday morning before a possibility of some clearing and sunshine on Tuesday. (Paul Gottlieb/Peninsula Daily News)

Elwha River flooding

The Elwha River breached its banks by Sunday morning at the end of Lower Elwha Road after recent heavy rain.

The weather forecast calls for more rain Monday morning before a possibility of some clearing and sunshine on Tuesday.

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