Joe Kline / The Bulletin City of Bend workers clear water overflowing Thursday from a storm drain on NE Revere Avenue after a rainstorm. Recent rains in Central Oregon are helping to stretch the amount of water stored in local reservoirs, but water for irrigation is likely to be in short supply by the end of the growing season.
Album ID: 1939172
Joe Kline / The Bulletin City of Bend workers use a sewer vacuum truck to clear overflowed water from a storm drain on NE Revere Avenue after a rainstorm on Thursday afternoon in Bend.
Album ID: 1938811
Frozen on the farm
Album ID: 1928735
Album ID: 1917405
Storm?s 60 mph gusts uproot dozens of trees
Meg Roussos / The Bulletin Wade Fagen, of Fagen Tree Service, cuts a fallen tree into sections that a crane will remove from a house in Northeast Bend.
Album ID: 1901269
The inversion, inverted
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Skiers take in the view and snap some pictures of the scenic inversion layer below, before skiing from the top of the Summit Chair at Mount Bachelor Friday morning.
Album ID: 1891104
The good, the bad ?and the flooding
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Bend Fire Department Battalion Chief Dave Howe monitors a frozen stretch of the Deschutes River from the Columbia Park footbridge on Friday in Bend.
Album ID: 1888751
Deschutes River continues to rise in Bend
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Theo Youngers, right, 10, of Bend, and sister Hadley, 7, look over a flooded section of Millerís Landing on Thursday afternoon in Bend.
Album ID: 1888384
Riverside residents brace for flooding
Dean Guernsey / The Bulletin Looking downstream from the Columbia Park footbridge, the Deschutes River is iced over and threatens flooding in Bend.