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North Central Washington could get more slides

Rain in the central part of the state unleashed mudslides on land left bare by wildfires, damaging homes and closing highways as more storms loomed. There were multiple slides overnight on two highways that marooned five to 12 vehicles, transportation and Washington State Patrol officials said. The washout at milepost 27 on Highway 153 is above.

DARLA HUSSEY / METHOW VALLEY NEWS

Rain in the central part of the state unleashed mudslides on land left bare by wildfires, damaging homes and closing highways as more storms loomed. There were multiple slides overnight on two highways that marooned five to 12 vehicles, transportation and Washington State Patrol officials said. The washout at milepost 27 on Highway 153 is above.

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