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Pullman city officials usually have 12 to 24 hours to prepare the city for potential flooding, but no such grace period was given Tuesday. “This one was almost a flash flood,” Pullman Deputy Public Works Director Clayton Forsmann said.

A study examining intersections throughout Pullman has identified streets intersecting with Grand Avenue as the city’s most dangerous.

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Despite a warm and wet El Nino weather pattern forecast this winter for the Pacific Northwest by the National Weather Service, its prediction this week is…