LINCOLN COUNTY, Mont. -

Warmer temperatures and incoming rain has officials in Northwest Montana concerned about about area rivers and streams overflowing.

Here's the latest information on rivers that could problems:

Officials in Lincoln County say there's a possibility that the Yaak River could crest to 9.6 feet on Friday and Saturday. Major flood stage is 10 feet. In Sanders County, the Thompson River has already hit minor flood stage at 7 feet.

Lisa Odedewaldt from Lincoln County's EMA office said river residents should be ready for anything that comes along.

"Those houses along the Yaak River, they know the flooding," she explained, "They've gone through it before but we just want them to be prepared and know that there is sand and sandbags up there and it would be a wise choice to go and sandbag their houses that face the river."

Odedewaldt also said residents who are concerned about encroaching water can always call the EMA office at 406-293-6295.