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This probabilistic forecast is issued by the North Central River Forecast Center.
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Forecasts for the St. Croix River at Stillwater are issued routinely during the navigation season, and as needed at other times of the year.

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Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage: 89
Moderate Flood Stage: 88
Flood Stage: 87
Action Stage: 80
Low Stage (in feet): -9999

Historic Crests
(1) 94.10 ft on 04/18/1965
(2) 92.30 ft on 04/27/2001
(3) 92.20 ft on 04/16/1969
(4) 91.10 ft on 04/16/2001
(5) 90.45 ft on 04/12/1997
(6) 89.70 ft on 04/14/1952
(7) 87.90 ft on 06/28/1993
(8) 87.63 ft on 06/27/2014
(9) 87.50 ft on 04/06/1986
(10) 87.30 ft on 04/30/1975
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 87.63 ft on 06/27/2014
(2) 84.19 ft on 07/01/2013
(3) 80.48 ft on 06/15/2013
(4) 81.75 ft on 05/27/2013
(5) 85.99 ft on 06/01/2012
(6) 87.28 ft on 04/12/2011
(7) 85.93 ft on 03/25/2010
(8) 92.30 ft on 04/27/2001
(9) 91.10 ft on 04/16/2001
(10) 90.45 ft on 04/12/1997
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
(1) 75.10 ft on 07/01/1988
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95 Estimated top of the flood protection dike in Afton.
94.8 Highway 95 near 2nd Ave in Bayport may be closed.
94 Estimated top of the flood protection dike at St Croix Beach.
92 Abandoned railroad bed north of Vine Street to St Croix Street impacted.
91 Dike Road impacted.
90 HWY 95 between Afton and Bayport begins to flood. Lakefront Park bathhouse in Hudson affected.
89 The city park in Bayport begins flooding. Lake Mallalieu dam gates overtopped.
86.75 Buckeye Street Garage in Hudson impacted.
86 Due to safety issues...the Stillwater lift bridge will be closed near this stage.
85.8 First Street between Buckeye and Commercial Streets floods
85 Several residences along the river may experience flooding in their basements. Front Street in Hudson WI closes.
84 Second tier at Lakefront Park in Hudson floods.
83 Minnesota and Wisconsin DNRs invoke a no wake zone on the river.
80 Seawall at Lakefront Park in Hudson floods.
78 The Stillwater Riverwalk becomes inundated.
Photos
(1) Looking Upriver
(2) Looking Downriver
(3) Looking Downriver 2
(4) Interstate Bridge looking East
(5) Gage Bridge looking East

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