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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 New London 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: 11.1
Moderate Flood Stage: 10.5
Flood Stage: 9
Action Stage: 7
Low Stage (in feet): 1.5

Historic Crests
(1) 11.83 ft on 04/03/1979
(2) 11.40 ft on 04/13/1922
(3) 11.22 ft on 03/16/1973
(4) 11.00 ft on 04/05/1952
(5) 10.52 ft on 05/12/1960
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 9.88 ft on 04/03/2023
(2) 8.60 ft on 04/14/2022
(3) 7.90 ft on 09/02/2021
(4) 9.91 ft on 04/03/2020
(5) 9.98 ft on 04/02/2020
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
(1) 0.00 ft on 08/31/1931
(2) 0.02 ft on 09/15/1933
(3) 0.04 ft on 09/15/1932
(4) 0.05 ft on 08/30/1937
(5) 0.05 ft on 03/15/1934
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12.6 Water is near the bottom of the Pearl Street bridge in New London. Floodwaters have spread into large sections of the city of New London...likely reaching Waupaca Street...North Street and South Wood Lane.
12.1 Water reaches the bottom of the railroad bridge in New London. Flood waters are spreading into portions of North Waters Street and East River Avenue.
12 Widespread flooding of shoreline property is occurring from the New London area to Lake Poygan. Water reaches the top of the retaining wall in New London.
11 Up to a foot of water may be covering portions of West Wolf River Avenue or Highway X near and west of New London.
10.1 Floodwaters begin to cover portions of West Wolf River Avenue downstream of New London. Widespread lowland flooding is occurring from New London to Fremont.
9.5 Up to a foot of water is surrounding structures along West River Drive in Fremont. Several inches of floodwater begins to cover portions of Burton Road near Pheifer Park. Water is approaching portions of West Wolf Avenue near New London.
9 Flooding affects occur downstream of New London. Several inches of floodwaters surround sheds and garages in lowland areas along Wolf River Drive in Fremont. There is widespread lowland flooding downstream of New London.
8.5 Flooding affects mainly wooded lowland. Water is approaching some sheds and garages along Wolf River Drive in Fremont. Slow no wake advisories may be posted for much of the Wolf River and area tributaries during the boating season.
8 Flooding affects confined to lowland regions adjacent to the river. Slow no wake advisories may be posted for part of the river during the boating season.
7 Which is bankfull stage...there is minor lowland flooding. Flood stage is at 9 feet.
(1) Upstream view at a low stage of 1.09 feet on 6/28/2007
(2) Downtown New London at a level of 9.2 feet on 4/16/2001.
(3) Upstream view of New London at 9.2 feet on 4/16/2001
(4) Normal stage. Winter

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