According to IMT, with the previous ground work holding strong, damage assessments and road repairs are expected to begin on Tuesday.Dan Nelson with the KPB Office of Emergency Management provided an update to the Seward City Council during a special meeting on Friday: “As most people are aware it is a fight against mother nature. So, we are doing our best to keep things dry and keep our infrastructure secure as best as possible. Perhaps a bit of a sun dance might be in order.” Showers are expected to continue with isolated thunderstorms and 1/2-3/4 total accumulation. The borough reminds drivers to be cautious when driving as conditions in isolated areas can change rapidly and become hazardous. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Residents in the Seward area might finally see some relief from the heavy rains that have left high water throughout town. The Kenai Peninsula Borough Incident Management Team, and heavy equipment operators worked over the weekend to prepare for the anticipated heavy rainfall expected on Saturday. However, the rainfall ended up being less than forecasted. Response work is expected to continue near Kwechak Bridge. Exit Glacier near mile 1, the Seward Airport, and the solid waste transfer station all will remain closed. On Friday, October 19, the Seward City Council unanimously approved a resolution extending the state of emergency put in place last week.