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This probabilistic forecast is issued by the Lower Mississippi River Forecast Center.
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Forecasts for the Strong River at D'lo are issued routinely year-round.
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Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage: 33
Moderate Flood Stage: 30
Flood Stage: 25
Action Stage: 24
Low Stage (in feet): -9999

Historic Crests
(1) 34.31 ft on 04/08/2014
(2) 33.48 ft on 04/07/1983
(3) 33.00 ft on 01/07/1950
(4) 32.75 ft on 04/14/1974
(5) 32.65 ft on 04/13/1980
(6) 31.32 ft on 02/23/2003
(7) 31.18 ft on 03/28/2009
(8) 31.07 ft on 04/13/1955
(9) 30.50 ft on 02/16/1990
(10) 30.29 ft on 02/07/2004
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 28.06 ft on 04/24/2020
(2) 28.65 ft on 03/06/2020
(3) 25.76 ft on 02/21/2020
(4) 27.09 ft on 01/17/2020
(5) 28.37 ft on 08/27/2019
(6) 27.06 ft on 05/13/2019
(7) 25.87 ft on 02/21/2019
(8) 27.69 ft on 04/05/2017
(9) 26.09 ft on 04/13/2016
(10) 27.15 ft on 03/12/2016
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
(1) 2.20 ft on 09/01/1954
(2) 2.45 ft on 07/24/1965
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38.2 Water reaches the floor of Old Highway 49 bridge.
37.5 Water reaches the river gage equipment shelf in the gage house next to the Old Highway 49 bridge.
35 Water reaches the underclearance of Old Highway 49 bridge.
33.4 Water floods homes in D'lo and Mendenhall and begins to flow over new Highway 49 bridge near D'lo.
32 Lower camping areas in the rv section of the Dlo Water Park begins to flood.
30 Major overbank flooding begins and several thousand acres of farmland become inundated.
28 Tent camping area of the Dlo Water Park is completely inundated.
27 Water floods entrance to lower tent camping area at the Dlo Water Park.
26 Water begins to inundate farmland along the river. Farmers should take necessary action to protect live stock and remove farm equipment.
25 Water begins backing up into Sellers Creek in Mendenhall.
19 Overbank flooding begins to occur within 200 feet of the channel.
Photos
(1) Downstream view from the Highway 149 Bridge
(2) Upstream view from Highway 149 bridge

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