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Blue River (OK) near Blue Stage (ft)Flow (kcfs)Highest Observation: 5.96 ft at 5:00PM Oct 16, 2014Highest Observation: 5.96 ft at 5:30PM Oct 16, 2014Observed: 5.95 ft at 6:00PM Oct 16, 2014Observed: 5.94 ft at 6:30PM Oct 16, 2014Observed: 5.93 ft at 7:00PM Oct 16, 2014Observed: 5.93 ft at 7:30PM Oct 16, 2014Observed: 5.92 ft at 8:00PM Oct 16, 2014Observed: 5.92 ft at 8:30PM Oct 16, 2014Observed: 5.91 ft at 9:00PM Oct 16, 2014Observed: 5.91 ft at 9:30PM Oct 16, 2014Observed: 5.9 ft at 10:00PM Oct 16, 2014Observed: 5.91 ft at 10:30PM Oct 16, 2014Observed: 5.9 ft at 11:00PM Oct 16, 2014Observed: 5.9 ft at 11:30PM Oct 16, 2014Observed: 5.88 ft at 12:00AM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.89 ft at 12:30AM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.88 ft at 1:00AM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.87 ft at 1:30AM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.87 ft at 2:00AM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.87 ft at 2:30AM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.85 ft at 3:00AM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.86 ft at 3:30AM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.86 ft at 4:00AM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.86 ft at 4:30AM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.85 ft at 5:00AM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.85 ft at 5:30AM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.85 ft at 6:00AM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.84 ft at 6:30AM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.84 ft at 7:00AM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.84 ft at 7:30AM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.83 ft at 8:00AM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.83 ft at 8:30AM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.84 ft at 9:00AM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.82 ft at 9:30AM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.84 ft at 10:00AM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.84 ft at 10:30AM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.82 ft at 11:00AM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.83 ft at 11:30AM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.83 ft at 12:00PM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.83 ft at 12:30PM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.83 ft at 1:00PM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.82 ft at 1:30PM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.82 ft at 2:00PM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.82 ft at 2:30PM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.81 ft at 3:00PM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.81 ft at 3:30PM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.81 ft at 4:00PM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.8 ft at 4:30PM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.8 ft at 5:00PM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.8 ft at 5:30PM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.8 ft at 6:00PM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.78 ft at 6:30PM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.79 ft at 7:00PM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.78 ft at 7:30PM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.78 ft at 8:00PM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.78 ft at 8:30PM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.76 ft at 9:00PM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.77 ft at 9:30PM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.76 ft at 10:00PM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.76 ft at 10:30PM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.76 ft at 11:00PM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.75 ft at 11:30PM Oct 17, 2014Observed: 5.76 ft at 12:00AM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.75 ft at 12:30AM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.76 ft at 1:00AM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.76 ft at 1:30AM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.75 ft at 2:00AM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.76 ft at 2:30AM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.74 ft at 3:00AM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.74 ft at 3:30AM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.74 ft at 4:00AM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.75 ft at 4:30AM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.75 ft at 5:00AM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.75 ft at 5:30AM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.73 ft at 6:00AM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.73 ft at 6:30AM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.72 ft at 7:00AM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.73 ft at 7:30AM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.73 ft at 8:00AM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.72 ft at 8:30AM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.73 ft at 9:00AM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.72 ft at 9:30AM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.73 ft at 10:00AM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.74 ft at 10:30AM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.74 ft at 11:00AM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.73 ft at 11:30AM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.72 ft at 12:00PM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.73 ft at 12:30PM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.73 ft at 1:00PM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.73 ft at 1:30PM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.72 ft at 2:00PM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.73 ft at 2:30PM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.73 ft at 3:00PM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.72 ft at 3:30PM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.73 ft at 4:00PM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.71 ft at 4:30PM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.72 ft at 5:00PM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.71 ft at 5:30PM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.71 ft at 6:00PM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.71 ft at 6:30PM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.72 ft at 7:00PM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.72 ft at 7:30PM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.71 ft at 8:00PM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.7 ft at 8:30PM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.7 ft at 9:00PM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.71 ft at 9:30PM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.68 ft at 10:00PM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.7 ft at 10:30PM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.71 ft at 11:00PM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.7 ft at 11:30PM Oct 18, 2014Observed: 5.71 ft at 12:00AM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.69 ft at 12:30AM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.69 ft at 1:00AM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.7 ft at 1:30AM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.7 ft at 2:00AM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.69 ft at 2:30AM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.7 ft at 3:00AM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.69 ft at 3:30AM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.69 ft at 4:00AM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.69 ft at 4:30AM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.69 ft at 5:00AM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.69 ft at 5:30AM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.68 ft at 6:00AM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.68 ft at 6:30AM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.68 ft at 7:00AM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.68 ft at 7:30AM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.68 ft at 8:00AM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.68 ft at 8:30AM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.68 ft at 9:00AM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.68 ft at 9:30AM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.69 ft at 10:00AM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.7 ft at 10:30AM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.69 ft at 11:00AM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.68 ft at 11:30AM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.68 ft at 12:00PM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.69 ft at 12:30PM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.69 ft at 1:00PM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.7 ft at 1:30PM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.7 ft at 2:00PM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.7 ft at 2:30PM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.69 ft at 3:00PM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.7 ft at 3:30PM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.7 ft at 4:00PM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.69 ft at 4:30PM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.68 ft at 5:00PM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.69 ft at 5:30PM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.69 ft at 6:00PM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.68 ft at 6:30PM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.68 ft at 7:00PM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.68 ft at 7:30PM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.68 ft at 8:00PM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.68 ft at 8:30PM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.68 ft at 9:00PM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.67 ft at 9:30PM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.67 ft at 10:00PM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.66 ft at 10:30PM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.66 ft at 11:00PM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.67 ft at 11:30PM Oct 19, 2014Observed: 5.67 ft at 12:00AM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.66 ft at 12:30AM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.66 ft at 1:00AM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.66 ft at 1:30AM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.66 ft at 2:00AM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.66 ft at 2:30AM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.67 ft at 3:00AM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.66 ft at 3:30AM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.66 ft at 4:00AM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.65 ft at 4:30AM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.66 ft at 5:00AM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.66 ft at 5:30AM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.66 ft at 6:00AM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.66 ft at 6:30AM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.66 ft at 7:00AM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.65 ft at 7:30AM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.66 ft at 8:00AM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.66 ft at 8:30AM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.65 ft at 9:00AM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.66 ft at 9:30AM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.66 ft at 10:00AM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.66 ft at 10:30AM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.67 ft at 11:00AM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.67 ft at 11:30AM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.67 ft at 12:00PM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.66 ft at 12:30PM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.67 ft at 1:00PM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.66 ft at 1:30PM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.66 ft at 2:00PM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.67 ft at 2:30PM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.67 ft at 3:00PM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.67 ft at 3:30PM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.68 ft at 4:00PM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.66 ft at 4:30PM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.66 ft at 5:00PM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.67 ft at 5:30PM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.67 ft at 6:00PM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.66 ft at 6:30PM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.67 ft at 7:00PM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.66 ft at 7:30PM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.66 ft at 8:00PM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.65 ft at 8:30PM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.65 ft at 9:00PM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.66 ft at 9:30PM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.65 ft at 10:00PM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.65 ft at 10:30PM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.65 ft at 11:00PM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.64 ft at 11:30PM Oct 20, 2014Observed: 5.65 ft at 12:00AM Oct 21, 2014Observed: 5.65 ft at 12:30AM Oct 21, 2014Observed: 5.65 ft at 1:00AM Oct 21, 2014Observed: 5.65 ft at 1:30AM Oct 21, 2014Observed: 5.65 ft at 2:00AM Oct 21, 2014Observed: 5.65 ft at 2:30AM Oct 21, 2014Observed: 5.64 ft at 3:00AM Oct 21, 2014Observed: 5.63 ft at 3:30AM Oct 21, 2014Observed: 5.64 ft at 4:00AM Oct 21, 2014Observed: 5.63 ft at 4:30AM Oct 21, 2014Observed: 5.64 ft at 5:00AM Oct 21, 2014Observed: 5.64 ft at 5:30AM Oct 21, 2014Observed: 5.63 ft at 6:00AM Oct 21, 2014Observed: 5.63 ft at 6:30AM Oct 21, 2014Observed: 5.63 ft at 7:00AM Oct 21, 2014Observed: 5.64 ft at 7:30AM Oct 21, 2014Observed: 5.64 ft at 8:00AM Oct 21, 2014Observed: 5.64 ft at 8:30AM Oct 21, 2014Observed: 5.64 ft at 9:00AM Oct 21, 2014Observed: 5.66 ft at 9:30AM Oct 21, 2014Observed: 5.66 ft at 10:00AM Oct 21, 2014Observed: 5.65 ft at 10:30AM Oct 21, 2014Observed: 5.64 ft at 11:00AM Oct 21, 2014Observed: 5.65 ft at 11:30AM Oct 21, 2014Observed: 5.66 ft at 12:00PM Oct 21, 2014Observed: 5.66 ft at 12:30PM Oct 21, 2014Observed: 5.66 ft at 1:00PM Oct 21, 2014Observed: 5.66 ft at 1:30PM Oct 21, 2014Observed: 5.64 ft at 2:00PM Oct 21, 2014Observed: 5.66 ft at 2:30PM Oct 21, 2014Observed: 5.65 ft at 3:00PM Oct 21, 2014Observed: 5.65 ft at 3:30PM Oct 21, 2014Highest Forecast: 5.6 ft 7:00PM Oct 21, 2014Highest Forecast: 5.6 ft 1:00AM Oct 22, 2014Highest Forecast: 5.6 ft 7:00AM Oct 22, 2014Highest Forecast: 5.6 ft 1:00PM Oct 22, 2014Highest Forecast: 5.6 ft 7:00PM Oct 22, 2014Highest Forecast: 5.6 ft 1:00AM Oct 23, 2014Highest Forecast: 5.6 ft 7:00AM Oct 23, 2014Highest Forecast: 5.6 ft 1:00PM Oct 23, 2014Highest Forecast: 5.6 ft 7:00PM Oct 23, 2014Highest Forecast: 5.6 ft 1:00AM Oct 24, 2014Highest Forecast: 5.6 ft 7:00AM Oct 24, 2014Highest Forecast: 5.6 ft 1:00PM Oct 24, 2014Highest Forecast: 5.6 ft 7:00PM Oct 24, 2014Highest Forecast: 5.6 ft 1:00AM Oct 25, 2014Highest Forecast: 5.6 ft 7:00AM Oct 25, 2014Highest Forecast: 5.6 ft 1:00PM Oct 25, 2014Highest Forecast: 5.6 ft 7:00PM Oct 25, 2014Highest Forecast: 5.6 ft 1:00AM Oct 26, 2014Highest Forecast: 5.6 ft 7:00AM Oct 26, 2014USGS--Water Resources of the United StatesBLUO2(plotting HGIRG) Graph Created (4:30PM Oct 21, 2014)ObservedForecast (issued 8:26AM Oct 21)Latest observed value: 5.65 ft at 3:30 PM CDT 21-Oct-2014. Flood Stage is 28 ft
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Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage:43
Moderate Flood Stage:31
Flood Stage:28
Action Stage:26

Historical Crests
(1) 50.83 ft on 10/14/1981
(2) 44.67 ft on 05/03/1990
(3) 42.65 ft on 10/16/1981
(4) 41.78 ft on 05/10/1993
(5) 41.78 ft on 05/09/1993
(6) 40.20 ft on 03/27/1977
(7) 38.63 ft on 05/17/1968
(8) 38.42 ft on 04/26/1990
(9) 38.41 ft on 10/31/1974
(10) 37.95 ft on 06/09/1991
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

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Currently none available.
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52 Valley-wide flooding extends from northwest to southeast Bryan County. Upstream in southeast Johnston County... flooding begins many hours before the crest reaches the gage site near Blue. Downstream near Wade... flooding may linger for days. Armstrong experiences life-threatening flows at depths near 5 feet and probable destruction of houses and businesses. Highways closed include... U.S. 70 west of Blue.. State Highway 48 near Armstrong... and State Highway 70 East near Wade.
51.5 Valley-wide flooding extends from northwest to southeast Bryan County. Upstream in southeast Johnston County... flooding begins many hours before the crest reaches the gage site near Blue. Downstream near Wade... flooding may linger for days. Armstrong experiences life-threatening flows at depths near 4 feet and probable destruction of houses and businesses. Highways closed include... U.S. 70 west of Blue.. State Highway 48 near Armstrong... and State Highway 70 East near Wade.
51 Valley-wide flooding extends from northwest to southeast Bryan County. Upstream in southeast Johnston County... flooding begins many hours before the crest reaches the gage site near Blue. Downstream near Wade... flooding may linger for days. Armstrong experiences life-threatening flows at depths near 4 feet and probable destruction of houses and businesses. Highways closed include... U.S. 70 west of Blue.. State Highway 48 near Armstrong... and State Highway 70 East near Wade.
50.5 Valley-wide flooding extends from northwest to southeast Bryan County. Upstream in southeast Johnston County... overflows begin many hours before the crest reaches the gage site near Blue. Downstream near Wade... flooding may remain for days. Armstrong could see depths above 3 feet with damages to houses and businesses. Highways closed include...U.S. 70 west of Blue... State Highway 48 near Armstrong... and State Highway 70 East near Wade. U.S. Highway 75 north of Durant remains open.
50 Valley-wide flooding extends from northwest to southeast Bryan County. Upstream in southeast Johnston County... overflows begin many hours before the crest reaches the gage site near Blue. Downstream near Wade... flooding may remain for days. Armstrong could see depths above 3 feet with damages to houses and businesses. Highways closed include...U.S. 70 west of Blue... State Highway 48 near Armstrong... and State Highway 70 East near Wade. U.S. Highway 75 north of Durant remains open.
49.5 Valley-wide flooding extends from northwest through southeast Bryan County. Upstream in southeast Johnston County... overflows begin many hours before the crest reaches the gage site near Blue. Downstream near Wade... flooding may remain for days. Armstrong will see depths above 2 feet and minor damages to houses and businesses. Highways closed include... U.S. 70 west of Blue... State Highway 48 near Armstrong... and State Highway 70 East near Wade. U.S. Highway 75 north of Durant remains open.
49 Valley-wide flooding extends from northwest through southeast Bryan County. Upstream in southeast Johnston County... overflows begin many hours before the crest reaches the gage site near Blue. Downstream near Wade... flooding may remain for days. Armstrong will see depths above 2 feet and minor damages to houses and businesses. Highways closed include... U.S. 70 west of Blue... State Highway 48 near Armstrong... and State Highway 70 East near Wade. U.S. Highway 75 north of Durant remains open.
48 Valley-wide flooding extendes from northwest through southeast Bryan County. Upstream in southeast Johnston County... overflows begin many hours before the crest reaches the gage site near Blue. Downstream near Wade... flooding may remain for days. Armstrong will see depths to 2 feet or less around houses and businesses. Highways closed include... U.S. 70 west of Blue... State Highway 48 near Armstrong... and State Highway 70 East near Wade. U.S. Highway 75 north of durant remains open.
47 Valley-wide flooding extendes from northwest through southeast Bryan County. Upstream in southeast Johnston County... overflows begin many hours before the crest reaches the gage site near Blue. Downstream near Wade... flooding may remain for days. Armstrong could experience street flooding. Highways overtopped include... U.S. 70 west of Blue... and State Highway 70 East near Wade. U.S. Highway 75 north of Durant remains open.
46 Flooding covers much of the river valley... from northwest to southeast Bryan County... near the confluence with the Red River. Upstream in southeastern Johnston County... overflows begin many hours before the crest reaches the gage site near Blue. Downstream near wade... flooding may remain for days. Croplands and rural roads are greatly affected. The town of Armstrong may see minor street flooding. U.S. Highway 75 north and U.S. Highway 70 east of Durant remain open.
45 Flooding covers much of the river valley... from northwest to southeast Bryan County... near the confluence with the Red River. Upstream in southeastern Johnston County... overflows begin many hours before the crest reaches the gage site near Blue. Downstream near wade... flooding may remain for days. Croplands and rural roads are greatly affected. The town of Armstrong may see minor street flooding. U.S. Highway 75 north and U.S. Highway 70 east of Durant remain open.
44 Flooding covers much of the river valley... from northwest to southeast Bryan county... near the confluence with the Red River. Upstream in southeastern Johnston County... overflows begin many hours before the crest reaches the gage site near Blue. Downstream near wade... flooding may remain for days. Croplands and rural roads are greatly affected. The town of Armstrong may see minor street flooding. U.S. Highway 75 north and U.S. Highway 70 east of Durant remain open.
43 Flooding covers much of the river valley... from northwest to southeast Bryan County... near the confluence with the Red River. Upstream in southeastern Johnston County... overflows begin many hours before the crest reaches the gage site near Blue. Downstream near wade... flooding may remain for days. Croplands and rural roads are greatly affected. Flooding may reach the outer edge of the town of Armstrong. U.S. Highway 75 north and U.S. Highway 70 east of Durant remain open.
42 Flooding covers much of the river valley... from northwest to southeast Bryan County... near the confluence with the Red River. Upstream in southeastern Johnston County... overflows begin many hours before the crest reaches the gage site near Blue. Downstream near wade... flooding may remain for days. Croplands and rural roads are greatly affected. Flooding may reach the outer edge of the town of Armstrong. U.S. Highway 75 north and U.S. Highway 70 east of Durant remain open.
41 Flooding covers much of the river valley... from northwest to southeast Bryan County... near the confluence with the Red River. Upstream in southeastern Johnston County... overflows begin many hours before the crest reaches the gage site near Blue. Downstream near wade... flooding may remain for days. Croplands and rural roads are greatly affected. Flooding may reach the outer edge of the town of Armstrong. U.S. Highway 75 north and U.S. Highway 70 east of Durant remain open.
40 Flooding covers much of the river valley... from northwest to southeast Bryan County... near the confluence with the Red River. Upstream in southeastern Johnston County... overflows begin many hours before the crest reaches the gage site near Blue. Downstream near wade... flooding may remain for days. Croplands and rural roads are affected. Significant flooding will not reach the town of Armstrong. U.S. Highway 75 north and U.S. Highway 70 east of Durant remain open... along with other local highways.
39 Flooding covers much of the river valley... from northwest to southeast Bryan County... near the confluence with the Red River. Upstream in southeastern Johnston County... overflows begin many hours before the crest reaches the gage site near Blue. Downstream near wade... flooding may remain for days. Croplands and rural roads are affected. Significant flooding will not reach the town of Armstrong. U.S. Highway 75 north and U.S. Highway 70 east of Durant remain open... along with other local highways.
38 Flooding covers much of the river valley... from northwest to southeast Bryan County... near the confluence with the Red River. Upstream in southeastern Johnston County... overflows begin many hours before the crest reaches the gage site near Blue. Downstream near wade... flooding may remain for days. Croplands and rural roads are affected. Flooding will not reach the town of Armstrong. U.S. Highway 75 north and U.S. Highway 70 east of Durant remain open... along with other local highways.
37 Water levels averaging 9 feet above flood stage are very damaging to agricultural lands and equipment... and extend along the Blue River across Bryan County to the confluence with the Red River. High water floods low-lying fields and blocks local roads for many hours before and after the crest time. U.S. Highway 75 north and U.S. Highway 70 east of Durant remain open... as do other local highways.
36 Water levels averaging 8 feet above flood stage are very damaging to agricultural lands and equipment... and extend along the Blue River across Bryan County to the confluence with the Red River. High water floods low-lying fields and blocks local roads for many hours before and after the crest time. U.S. Highway 75 north and U.S. Highway 70 east of Durant remain open... as do other local highways.
35 Water levels averaging 7 feet above flood stage are very damaging to agricultural lands and equipment... and extend along the Blue River across Bryan County to the confluence with the Red River. High water floods low-lying fields and blocks local roads for many hours before and after the crest time. U.S. Highway 75 north and U.S. Highway 70 east of Durant remain open... as do other local highways.
34 Farmlands are flooded along the river... extending across Bryan county to the confluence with the Red River. Flood depths average 6 feet and are spread over most of the flood plain... severely damaging property isolated in low-lying fields close to the river. Some low-lying fields and rural roads become flooded many hours before and after the crest time.
33 Farmlands are flooded along the river... extending across Bryan county to the confluence with the Red River. Flood depths average 5 feet and are spread over most of the flood plain... severely damaging property isolated in low-lying fields close to the river. Some low-lying fields and rural roads become flooded many hours before and after the crest time.
32 Flooding mostly occurs over farmlands along the river... from central Bryan County to the confluence with the Red River. Flood depths could average 4 feet and are spread over much of the flood plain... severely damaging property isolated in low-lying fields close to the river. Inflows from local streams could cause slightly higher stages in their common flood plain. Some local roads are flooded several hours before and after the crest time.
31 Flooding mostly occurs over farmlands along the river... from central Bryan County to the confluence with the Red River. Flood depths average 3 feet across a wide area of the flood plain... bringing damage to property isolated in low-lying fields close to the river. Inflows from local streams could cause higher stages in their common flood plain.
30 Farmlands are briefly flooded along the river... from central Bryan County to the confluence with the Red River. Flood depths average 2 feet... with property isolated in low-lying fields close to the river. Inflows from local streams could cause higher stages in their common flood plain.
29 Farmlands are briefly flooded along the river... from central Bryan County to the confluence with the Red River. Inflows from local streams could cause higher stages in their common flood plain. Property in low-lying fields could be isolated.
28 Overflows along the river banks occur in some places along the river... from central Bryan County to the confluence with the Red River. Inflows from local streams could cause slightly higher stages in their common flood plain. Only farmlands are affected.
27 The river remains largely within its banks... throughout Bryan County. Inflows from local streams could cause minor overflows to reach very low fields for a short while. Only farmlands are affected.
26 The river remains within its banks throughout Bryan County.
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Latitude: 33.996944° N, Longitude: 96.240833° W, Horizontal Datum: NAD83/WGS84

River Stage
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NWS stage 0 ft 28 ft Interpreting hydrographs and NWS watch, warnings, and forecasts, and inundation maps
Vertical Datum Elevation
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NAVD88 496.97 Not Available Survey grade GPS equipment, FEMA flood plain maps, newer USGS topographic maps
NGVD 29 Not Available Not Available Older USGS topographic maps, NGVD29 benchmarks
MSL Not Available Not Available Older USGS topographic maps, MSL benchmarks
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