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This probabilistic forecast is issued by the North Central River Forecast Center.
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Forecasts for the Wolf River (WI) at Langlade are issued routinely year-round.
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Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage: 14
Moderate Flood Stage: 12.5
Flood Stage: 11.5
Action Stage: 9.5
Low Stage (in feet): -9999

Historic Crests
(1) 11.10 ft on 01/13/2016 (P)
(2) 10.40 ft on 04/26/1996
(3) 10.02 ft on 03/16/1990
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 9.56 ft on 03/17/2016
(2) 11.10 ft on 01/13/2016 (P)
(3) 9.75 ft on 05/04/2013
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
(1) 6.63 ft on 07/08/1988
(2) 6.69 ft on 10/01/1989
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14 Water levels may approach the Highway 64 bridge. Highway 64 may be closed and floodwaters may also be approaching Highway 55.
12.5 Up to a foot of water surrounds structures near the Highway 64 bridge.
11.5 Ice and water may begin to move onshore at locations near the highway 64 bridge.
11.5 Ice and water may begin to move onshore at locations near the Highway 64 bridge.
11.5 Water approaches the foundation of a small hotel next to the river in the town of Langlade. At high flows, rivers banks become unstable and can erode quickly. Other affects of flooding appear to be confined to wooded land.
10.5 There is a build up of ice and water within the banks of the river.
10 There is a build up of ice and water in lowland areas adjacent to the river.
9.5 There is minor flooding of lowland in the vicinity of the town of Langlade. At high flows...river banks can quickly become saturated and unstable. Flood stage is 11.5 feet.
8.35 Or similar to a flow of around 600 cfs...rapids downstream start becoming very active at this stage.
Photos
(1) Highway 64 Bridge and staff gage
(2) Upstream from HWY 64 bridge at 8.5 feet
(3) A rapid area downstream of Hwy 64 Bridge.

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