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This probabilistic forecast is issued by the Missouri Basin River Forecast Center.
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Forecasts for the East Nishnabotna River at Red Oak are issued as needed during times of high water, but are not routinely available.
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Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage: 27
Moderate Flood Stage: 22
Flood Stage: 18
Action Stage: 16
Low Stage (in feet): -9999

Historic Crests
(1) 29.39 ft on 06/15/1998
(2) 28.23 ft on 06/13/1947
(3) 27.43 ft on 09/13/1972
(4) 27.27 ft on 07/03/1958
(5) 26.30 ft on 06/07/1917
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 18.52 ft on 05/27/2016
(2) 21.81 ft on 12/14/2015
(3) 21.05 ft on 09/10/2014
(4) 17.24 ft on 06/24/2013
(5) 16.21 ft on 04/15/2012
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
Currently none available.
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Latitude/Longitude Disclaimer: The gauge location shown in the above map is the approximate location based on the latitude/longitude coordinates provided to the NWS by the gauge owner.
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36 Water nears the top of the federal levee protecting Red Oak.
30 Water approaches the bottom of the bridge at Coolbaugh Street.
28.5 West Coolbaugh Street begins to flood.
27 200th Street, also known as H34, begins to flood east of the airport.
26.5 Highway 34 west of Broadway Street begins to flood.
22 Buildings between G Avenue and the river begin to flood. Also G Avenue is likely closed due to flooding.
20 Lowland flooding begins along the west bank.
18 Rural lowlands begin to flood along the east bank.
Photos
(1) Gage equipment on site
(2) Radar sensor
(3) Looking downstream from gauge site (stage = 5.6 feet)
(4) Looking upstream from gauge site (stage = 5.6 feet)

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