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Neosho River near Commerce Stage (ft)Flow (kcfs)Observed: 2.11 ft at 3:00AM Aug 29, 2014Observed: 2.11 ft at 4:00AM Aug 29, 2014Observed: 2.11 ft at 5:00AM Aug 29, 2014Observed: 2.11 ft at 6:00AM Aug 29, 2014Observed: 2.12 ft at 7:00AM Aug 29, 2014Observed: 2.12 ft at 8:00AM Aug 29, 2014Observed: 2.12 ft at 9:00AM Aug 29, 2014Observed: 2.12 ft at 10:00AM Aug 29, 2014Observed: 2.12 ft at 11:00AM Aug 29, 2014Observed: 2.13 ft at 12:00PM Aug 29, 2014Observed: 2.13 ft at 1:00PM Aug 29, 2014Observed: 2.13 ft at 2:00PM Aug 29, 2014Observed: 2.13 ft at 3:00PM Aug 29, 2014Observed: 2.13 ft at 4:00PM Aug 29, 2014Observed: 2.13 ft at 5:00PM Aug 29, 2014Observed: 2.13 ft at 6:00PM Aug 29, 2014Observed: 2.12 ft at 7:00PM Aug 29, 2014Observed: 2.12 ft at 8:00PM Aug 29, 2014Observed: 2.12 ft at 9:00PM Aug 29, 2014Observed: 2.12 ft at 10:00PM Aug 29, 2014Observed: 2.12 ft at 11:00PM Aug 29, 2014Observed: 2.12 ft at 12:00AM Aug 30, 2014Observed: 2.12 ft at 1:00AM Aug 30, 2014Observed: 2.12 ft at 2:00AM Aug 30, 2014Observed: 2.12 ft at 3:00AM Aug 30, 2014Observed: 2.12 ft at 4:00AM Aug 30, 2014Observed: 2.12 ft at 5:00AM Aug 30, 2014Observed: 2.12 ft at 6:00AM Aug 30, 2014Observed: 2.12 ft at 7:00AM Aug 30, 2014Observed: 2.12 ft at 8:00AM Aug 30, 2014Observed: 2.12 ft at 9:00AM Aug 30, 2014Observed: 2.13 ft at 10:00AM Aug 30, 2014Observed: 2.13 ft at 11:00AM Aug 30, 2014Observed: 2.13 ft at 12:00PM Aug 30, 2014Observed: 2.13 ft at 1:00PM Aug 30, 2014Observed: 2.13 ft at 2:00PM Aug 30, 2014Observed: 2.13 ft at 3:00PM Aug 30, 2014Observed: 2.13 ft at 4:00PM Aug 30, 2014Observed: 2.13 ft at 5:00PM Aug 30, 2014Observed: 2.13 ft at 6:00PM Aug 30, 2014Observed: 2.13 ft at 7:00PM Aug 30, 2014Observed: 2.13 ft at 8:00PM Aug 30, 2014Observed: 2.13 ft at 9:00PM Aug 30, 2014Observed: 2.13 ft at 10:00PM Aug 30, 2014Observed: 2.13 ft at 11:00PM Aug 30, 2014Observed: 2.13 ft at 12:00AM Aug 31, 2014Observed: 2.13 ft at 1:00AM Aug 31, 2014Observed: 2.13 ft at 2:00AM Aug 31, 2014Observed: 2.13 ft at 3:00AM Aug 31, 2014Observed: 2.13 ft at 4:00AM Aug 31, 2014Observed: 2.12 ft at 5:00AM Aug 31, 2014Observed: 2.12 ft at 6:00AM Aug 31, 2014Observed: 2.12 ft at 7:00AM Aug 31, 2014Observed: 2.12 ft at 8:00AM Aug 31, 2014Observed: 2.12 ft at 9:00AM Aug 31, 2014Observed: 2.12 ft at 10:00AM Aug 31, 2014Observed: 2.12 ft at 11:00AM Aug 31, 2014Observed: 2.12 ft at 12:00PM Aug 31, 2014Observed: 2.12 ft at 1:00PM Aug 31, 2014Observed: 2.12 ft at 2:00PM Aug 31, 2014Observed: 2.12 ft at 3:00PM Aug 31, 2014Observed: 2.12 ft at 4:00PM Aug 31, 2014Observed: 2.11 ft at 5:00PM Aug 31, 2014Observed: 2.11 ft at 6:00PM Aug 31, 2014Observed: 2.11 ft at 7:00PM Aug 31, 2014Observed: 2.11 ft at 8:00PM Aug 31, 2014Observed: 2.1 ft at 9:00PM Aug 31, 2014Observed: 2.1 ft at 10:00PM Aug 31, 2014Observed: 2.1 ft at 11:00PM Aug 31, 2014Observed: 2.1 ft at 12:00AM Sep 01, 2014Observed: 2.1 ft at 1:00AM Sep 01, 2014Observed: 2.1 ft at 2:00AM Sep 01, 2014Observed: 2.1 ft at 3:00AM Sep 01, 2014Observed: 2.11 ft at 4:00AM Sep 01, 2014Observed: 2.15 ft at 5:00AM Sep 01, 2014Observed: 2.16 ft at 6:00AM Sep 01, 2014Observed: 2.16 ft at 7:00AM Sep 01, 2014Observed: 2.16 ft at 8:00AM Sep 01, 2014Observed: 2.16 ft at 9:00AM Sep 01, 2014Observed: 2.16 ft at 10:00AM Sep 01, 2014Observed: 2.16 ft at 11:00AM Sep 01, 2014Observed: 2.16 ft at 12:00PM Sep 01, 2014Observed: 2.17 ft at 1:00PM Sep 01, 2014Observed: 2.18 ft at 2:00PM Sep 01, 2014Observed: 2.19 ft at 3:00PM Sep 01, 2014Observed: 2.2 ft at 4:00PM Sep 01, 2014Observed: 2.2 ft at 5:00PM Sep 01, 2014Observed: 2.21 ft at 6:00PM Sep 01, 2014Observed: 2.21 ft at 7:00PM Sep 01, 2014Observed: 2.22 ft at 8:00PM Sep 01, 2014Observed: 2.22 ft at 9:00PM Sep 01, 2014Observed: 2.24 ft at 10:00PM Sep 01, 2014Observed: 2.29 ft at 11:00PM Sep 01, 2014Observed: 2.35 ft at 12:00AM Sep 02, 2014Observed: 2.43 ft at 1:00AM Sep 02, 2014Observed: 2.51 ft at 2:00AM Sep 02, 2014Observed: 2.65 ft at 3:00AM Sep 02, 2014Observed: 2.74 ft at 4:00AM Sep 02, 2014Observed: 2.94 ft at 5:00AM Sep 02, 2014Observed: 3.46 ft at 6:00AM Sep 02, 2014Observed: 4.57 ft at 7:00AM Sep 02, 2014Observed: 5.48 ft at 8:00AM Sep 02, 2014Observed: 6.16 ft at 9:00AM Sep 02, 2014Observed: 6.87 ft at 10:00AM Sep 02, 2014Observed: 7.44 ft at 11:00AM Sep 02, 2014Observed: 7.69 ft at 12:00PM Sep 02, 2014Observed: 7.86 ft at 1:00PM Sep 02, 2014Observed: 8.04 ft at 2:00PM Sep 02, 2014Observed: 8.12 ft at 3:00PM Sep 02, 2014Observed: 8.22 ft at 4:00PM Sep 02, 2014Observed: 8.27 ft at 5:00PM Sep 02, 2014Observed: 8.31 ft at 6:00PM Sep 02, 2014Observed: 8.32 ft at 7:00PM Sep 02, 2014Observed: 8.34 ft at 8:00PM Sep 02, 2014Highest Observation: 8.36 ft at 9:00PM Sep 02, 2014Observed: 8.33 ft at 10:00PM Sep 02, 2014Observed: 8.3 ft at 11:00PM Sep 02, 2014Observed: 8.28 ft at 12:00AM Sep 03, 2014Observed: 8.14 ft at 1:00AM Sep 03, 2014Highest Forecast: 7.4 ft 7:00AM Sep 03, 2014Forecast: 6.3 ft 1:00PM Sep 03, 2014Forecast: 5.5 ft 7:00PM Sep 03, 2014Forecast: 4.4 ft 1:00AM Sep 04, 2014Forecast: 3.6 ft 7:00AM Sep 04, 2014Forecast: 3.3 ft 1:00PM Sep 04, 2014Forecast: 3.1 ft 7:00PM Sep 04, 2014Forecast: 2.9 ft 1:00AM Sep 05, 2014Forecast: 2.8 ft 7:00AM Sep 05, 2014Forecast: 2.8 ft 1:00PM Sep 05, 2014Forecast: 2.8 ft 7:00PM Sep 05, 2014Forecast: 2.7 ft 1:00AM Sep 06, 2014Forecast: 2.7 ft 7:00AM Sep 06, 2014Forecast: 2.7 ft 1:00PM Sep 06, 2014Forecast: 2.7 ft 7:00PM Sep 06, 2014Forecast: 2.7 ft 1:00AM Sep 07, 2014Forecast: 2.6 ft 7:00AM Sep 07, 2014USGS--Water Resources of the United StatesCOMO2(plotting HGIRG) Graph Created (2:04AM Sep 3, 2014)ObservedForecast (issued 9:05AM Sep 2)Latest observed value: 8.14 ft at 1:00 AM CDT 3-Sep-2014. Flood Stage is 15 ft
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Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage:24
Moderate Flood Stage:18
Flood Stage:15
Action Stage:14

Historical Crests
(1) 34.03 ft on 07/16/1951
(2) 29.25 ft on 07/05/2007
(3) 26.23 ft on 10/06/1986
(4) 25.66 ft on 04/13/1994
(5) 25.12 ft on 05/20/1943
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

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Currently none available.
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32 near catastrophic flooding occurs along the Neosho River. Large portions of the City of Miami suffer damages from high water. Suburban homes and business south of Miami will be severely flooded. The record high stage is 34.03 feet on July 16, 1951. This is an extremely dangerous and life threatening situation.
30 devastating flooding occurs. Large portions of the City of Miami suffer major damages. Suburban homes and businesses south of Miami experience severe flooding. The record high crest for the Neosho River is 34.03 feet on July 16, 1951. This is an extremely dangerous and life threatening situation.
28 very widespread and damaging flooding occurs. Suburban homes and businesses in Miami could see water rise up to several feet above floor levels. This will be the second highest crest exceeding the stage reached on October 6, 1986, when the Neosho River crested at 26.23 feet. The record high is 34.03 feet on July 16, 1951. This is an extremely dangerous and life threatening situation.
26 widespread and damaging flooding occurs. Some residential evacuation may be necessary. Suburban homes and businesses south of Miami could see water rise above floor levels. This will compare with the stage on October 6, 1986 when the Neosho River crested at 26.23 feet. This is an extremely dangerous and life threatening situation.
24 widespread and severe flooding occurs. Highway 125 south of Miami will be closed. Suburban homes and businesses south of Miami may be flooded. This is a dangerous and life threatening situation.
23 widespread flooding occurs. Riverview Park and the Ottawa County Fairgrounds becomes inundated. State Highway 125 south of Miami will be closed.
22 widespread flooding occurs along the Neosho River. Riverview Park becomes inundated and access roads to the Ottawa County Fairgrounds will be closed.
21 moderate agricultural flooding occurs. Some roads within Riverview Park become flooded including State Highway 125 near the fairgrounds.
20 moderate agricultural flooding occurs. Riverview Park experiences moderate flooding. State Highway 125 near the fairgrounds will be closed.
19 low lying areas around Miami become cut off from easy access. Riverview Park experiences moderate flooding. State Highway 125 near the fairgrounds will be threatened.
18 moderate agricultural flooding occurs with Riverview Park experiencing minor to moderate flooding. Low lying places around Miami may be cut off from easy access.
17 minor agricultural flooding occurs. Riverview Park experiences minor flooding.
16 minor agricultural flooding occurs. Riverview Park experiences minor flooding.
15 minor lowland flooding occurs. Low lying areas in Riverview Park experience minor flooding.
14 low lying areas along the river in Riverview Park are threatened by high water, and faster flows are expected. Use extra caution or avoid recreational activities near the river. Interests near the river should continue to monitor later forecasts.
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Latitude: 36.928611° N, Longitude: 94.957222° W, Horizontal Datum: NAD83/WGS84

River Stage
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Gauge Height Flood Stage Uses
NWS stage 0 ft 15 ft Interpreting hydrographs and NWS watch, warnings, and forecasts, and inundation maps
Vertical Datum Elevation
(gauge height = 0)
Elevation
(gauge height = flood stage)
Elevation information source
NAVD88 Not Available Not Available Survey grade GPS equipment, FEMA flood plain maps, newer USGS topographic maps
NGVD 29 748.97 ft 763.97 ft Older USGS topographic maps, NGVD29 benchmarks
MSL Not Available Not Available Older USGS topographic maps, MSL benchmarks
Other Not Available Not Available  

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