The Sacramento skyline is the background as the Yolo Bypass stretches out between Davis and the state capital. Seasonal flooding in the bypass can last anywhere from a few days to a few months, depending on how hard it rains and snows over the watersheds of the Sacramento River, the Feather River and their tributaries. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
Heavy rainfall has led to flooding of the Yolo Bypass, forcing closure — at least temporarily — of the Wildlife Area. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
Floodwaters make a pattern in the Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area on Thursday afternoon, after the Fremont Weir was overtopped on Monday. The bypass, about three miles wide and 40 miles long, handles overflow from the Sacramento River. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo

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