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This probabilistic forecast is issued by the North Central River Forecast Center.
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Forecasts are not available for the Eastern Stump Lake near Lakota. Only observed stages are available for this point.
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1459 Prior to January 2010, the height that Devils Lake/Stump Lake spills into Sheyenne River through Tolna Coulee. Combined area of Devils and Stump Lakes would be 450 sq mi.
1458 Tolna Coulee Control Structure spill height (May 2012). Tolna Coulee clean-out height (January 2010).
1455.9 Elevation of State Highway 1 (raised in 2001).
1454.4 **** Record level - July 2, 2011 - USGS Max Daily Average ****
1451.5 Nelson Co. Road 27 flooded.
1448 Nelson Co. Road 23 (north) flooded.
1446.5 Approximate height of Jerusalem Coulee from East Lake to West Stump Lake (surveyed by ND SWC 2021).
1435 Nelson Co. Road 23A flooded.
1434 Nelson Co. Road 23 (middle) flooded.
1425 Nelson Co. Road 23 (south) and Nelson Co. Road 15 flooded.
1406 Nelson Co. Road 4 flooded.
1339 West and East Stump Lakes merge.

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