Several western Montana waterways breached their banks Saturday, with minor flooding reported near Libby and Troy, and in Missoula.

According to National Weather Service officials, the Bitterroot River reached flood stage Saturday morning, and Lolo Creek, an off-shoot of the river, flooded a residential street.

Weather officials say they also keeping their eyes on the Yakk River in northwest Montana. It reached more than a half a foot above flood stage late Friday night, and caused minor flooding in several areas.

Officials say most flows are on their way down because of the cool weather, and they say they expect that to continue through next week.