Yellowstone National Park shut down due to 'hazardous conditions'

Tourists will have to wait a few more days to see one of the most famous landmarks in the United States

All Yellowstone National Park gates were closed Monday due to "very dangerous circumstances," including floods and rockslides.

At least until Wednesday, there will be no incoming tourist flow at any of the park's five entrances

Monday in the early afternoon, Cam Sholly, who is in charge of Yellowstone, gave an update

A "extraordinary" quantity of rainfall and floods has caused power outages in various sites around the park, according to the National Park Service.

There have been reports of heavy rain all over the park's land in Wyoming and Montana.

The National Weather Service station in Yellowstone National Park shows that the area got 1.39 inches of rain in the last 24 hours

Yellowstone boundaries and is about 35 miles northeast of Lake Yellowstone. As of 8:17 a.m. MDT Monday, there had been 2.85 inches of rain in the area.

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