Why did the salmon cross the road? It’s a Pacific Northwest tradition

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SHELTON, Wash. -- It's that time of year again.

The Skokomish River is flooding over its banks and spilling onto nearby roadways, and now salmon are swimming across the street!

Viewer-submitted videos show salmon scurrying across flooded roads in Shelton near the Vance Creek Bridge.

Although it happens almost every year, it's still quite a sight to see.

The weekend flooding was only minor, but you can expect it to happen again as this is just the beginning of the rainy season.

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