The Daily Inter Lake reports that Glacier National Park personnel continued to monitor and respond Friday to problems created by recent heavy rains. The North Fork area received over an inch of rain in one hour on Tuesday night, and rain continued the rest of the week throughout the park. High winds and the rain have caused downed trees, debris slides and localized flooding. More impacts are being discovered in the backcountry, where park employees have been busy clearing downed trees off of trails. Read the full article here.
Check out this related report from the GNP website that includes some interesting pictures.