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This probabilistic forecast is issued by the Arkansas Red-Basin River Forecast Center.
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Forecasts for the Revuelto Creek near Logan 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: 0
Moderate Flood Stage: 35
Flood Stage: 30
Action Stage: 25
Low Stage (in feet): 0

Historic Crests
(1) 14.30 ft on 07/09/1960
(2) 12.90 ft on 05/01/1957
(3) 12.84 ft on 06/14/1988
(4) 12.72 ft on 07/20/1972
(5) 11.70 ft on 08/11/1981
(6) 11.42 ft on 08/23/1967
(7) 11.15 ft on 04/18/1970
(8) 10.35 ft on 08/13/1984
(9) 9.60 ft on 05/22/1991
(10) 9.06 ft on 07/10/1996
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 8.06 ft on 08/17/2008
(2) 8.51 ft on 08/28/2005
(3) 8.93 ft on 06/22/2002
(4) 7.55 ft on 08/28/2000
(5) 9.06 ft on 07/10/1996
(6) 7.58 ft on 07/27/1992
(7) 9.60 ft on 05/22/1991
(8) 12.84 ft on 06/14/1988
(9) 10.35 ft on 08/13/1984
(10) 11.70 ft on 08/11/1981
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
(1) 1.50 ft on 10/20/1959
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35 Floodwaters are likely overtopping the road surface on the New Mexico highway 469 bridge between Ute Lake State Park and San Jon, making this section of road impassable. Significant flooding of low lying range land along the creek is occurring as well as major bank erosion due to the very high flow volume.
30 High flow volume in the channel is reulting in considerable bank erosion. Low lying areas, mostly range land, are flooding. Water has reached the level of low steel on the New Mexico highway 469 bridge between Ute Lake State Park and San Jon.
25 Water has reached the highest levels since the 1940s and considerable bank erosion is occurring due to the high flow volume within the channel. Low lying areas along the river are subject to overbank flooding but no known structures are in immediate danger of inundation.

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