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27 Multiple county bridges are threatened. Widespread agricultural flooding occurs. 26 Water approaches the underside of the US 65/69 overpass. 25 Parts of Highway G24 are overtopped. 24 Water reaches the south shoulder of Highway G24. Numerous county gravel roads are overtopped. 22 Widespread agricultural flooding occurs. 20 Water affects several rural county roads. Road closures are possible near creeks adjoining the river. 19 Water affects agricultural land.
Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage:
Moderate Flood Stage:
(1) 26.40 ft on 06/13/1947
(2) 25.55 ft on 06/06/2008
(3) 25.33 ft on 06/09/1974
(4) 25.00 ft on 06/05/1947
(5) 24.46 ft on 07/29/2008
(6) 24.08 ft on 06/10/2011
(7) 23.79 ft on 08/27/1987
(8) 23.49 ft on 06/12/2008
(9) 23.23 ft on 09/16/1992
(10) 23.04 ft on 08/26/1977 Show More Historical Crests
(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.
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