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CaptureSACRAMENTO VALLEY–

As the rain comes down, creek levels across the Sacramento level are nearing flood stage, according to The Sacramento Department of Water Resources.

The areas listed at highest risk, Saturday morning:

Arcade Creek Stream Group: Cripple Creek at Sunrise Blvd, Twin Oaks Avenue and Sunrise Blvd south of Tall River Drive.

Consumnes River/North Delta: Deer Creek upstream of Scott Road, Deer Creek at Scott Rd. Crossing,

Dry Creek Stream Group: Dry Creek West Branch: West Branch at Elkhorn Blvd. Dry Creek Overflow, bypass channel at Elkhorn Blvd, Dry Creek East Branch, main branch at Elkhorn Blvd.

Morrison Creek Stream Group: Florin Creek at the Stockton Blvd. Bridge north of Orange Avenue, Laguna Creek at Eagles Nest Road south of Jackson Highway.

Click here for a full list of creek levels, updated every 15-minutes by the Sacramento Department of Water Resources.

Further, thanks to the flood warnings, numerous state parks have been closed:

Mendocino: MacKerricher State Park, Russian Gulch State park, Van Damme State Park, Paul M. Dimmick Campground and Navarro Beach in Navarro River Redwoods State Park

Monterey County: Point Lobos Nature Reserve

Santa Cruz Cunty: Big Basin Redwoods Campground and New Brighton State Beach

Sonoma County: Goat Rock State Beach, Gerstle Cove at Salt Point State Beach

Placer County: Granite Bay area of Folsom Lake State Rec. Area

Marin County: Mount Tamalpais State Park @ Pan Toll Road, Samual P Taylor Park.