Cars drive in low visibility conditions as water blows from the Nehalem 

Cars drive in low visibility conditions as water blows from the Nehalem River across Highway 101 between Nehalem and Wheeler, Ore. Residents in Washington and Oregon are bracing for expected river flooding after heavy rain and winds that caused sporadic road closures, power outages and at least one death. The wet weather is expected to continue throughout the week, after hurricane-strength winds battered both states along the coast. (AP Photo/The Oregonian, Randy L. Rasmussen)
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Cars drive in low visibility conditions as water blows from the Nehalem River across Highway 101 between Nehalem and Wheeler, Ore. Residents in Washington and Oregon are bracing for expected river flooding after heavy rain and winds that caused sporadic road closures, power outages and at least one death. The wet weather is expected to continue throughout the week, after hurricane-strength winds battered both states along the coast. (AP Photo/The Oregonian, Randy L. Rasmussen)
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