THE Ovens River continues to rise at Wangaratta, forcing evacuations along One Mile Creek.
The river is at 12.78 metres and further small rises are expected today.
VicRoads has this morning closed the Wangaratta to Yarrawonga road at Peechelba.
Great Alpine Road remains closed in three places - near Wangaratta, between the Snow Rd and Myrtleford and from the Bright-Tawonga Road to Harrietville.
The last closure means motorists can get off Mount Hotham, unless they are going to Harrietville for supplies or to work.
Tawonga Gap Rd remains open as does the Hume Freeway, Murray Valley Highway and Benalla to Yarrawonga Rd.
Wangaratta to Whitfield Rd is closed as is the Cobram to Yarrawonga Road.
The Kiewa Valley Highway is closed at Dederang due to a major land slip, traffic headed for Wodonga is advised to travel via Yackandandah.
A boil water notice remains in place at Myrtleford, with precautionary boil water notices in place at Bright, Porepunkah and Wandiligong due to high levels of dirty water in the Ovens River.
There are no boil water notices in place in Benalla or Wangaratta and the waste water network at Beechworth is no longer overflowing into Spring Creek.
The Buckland River at Harris Lane is falling after peaking at 4.13 metres, while the Ovens River at Eurobin is falling after peaking at 7.01 metres.
The Buffalo River is falling after peaking at 7.68 metres, while the King River at Cheshunt is falling after peaking at 2.79 metres.