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This probabilistic forecast is issued by the Lower Mississippi River Forecast Center.
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Forecasts for the Mississippi River near Greenville are issued routinely year-round.
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Upstream Gauge - near Arkansas City Upstream Gauge
Zoom Level:14
Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage: 57
Moderate Flood Stage: 52
Flood Stage: 48
Action Stage: 36
Low Stage (in feet): -9999

Historic Crests
(1) 65.40 ft on 04/21/1927
(2) 64.22 ft on 05/16/2011
(3) 64.05 ft on 05/30/1929
(4) 63.00 ft on 02/13/1937
(5) 62.80 ft on 04/27/1922
(6) 61.60 ft on 02/11/1916
(7) 61.60 ft on 04/12/1912
(8) 61.20 ft on 04/21/1913
(9) 60.70 ft on 06/03/1908
(10) 59.90 ft on 03/27/1903
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 56.95 ft on 03/12/2019
(2) 54.80 ft on 03/14/2018 (P)
(3) 54.33 ft on 05/24/2017
(4) 54.33 ft on 04/24/2017
(5) 37.83 ft on 04/08/2016
(6) 46.39 ft on 03/15/2016
(7) 40.72 ft on 02/15/2016
(8) 56.24 ft on 01/13/2016
(9) 42.59 ft on 12/11/2015
(10) 50.61 ft on 07/21/2015
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
(1) 6.70 ft on 01/04/1964
(2) 6.90 ft on 09/15/1976
(3) 6.91 ft on 08/27/2012
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Latitude/Longitude Disclaimer: The gauge location shown in the above map is the approximate location based on the latitude/longitude coordinates provided to the NWS by the gauge owner.
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58 Water is over 2 feet deep in Farmers Grain terminal building north of the Greenville bridge.
57 Larger portion of Harbor Front Road is under water. The deepest water is at the south end.
56.5 South end of the Harbor Front Road is inundated. Greenville port terminal ceases operation.
55 Practically all areas between levees are flooded. Approximately 50 buildings have water inside them. Water enters Farmers Grain terminal building north of the Greenville bridge. Electric power is turned off to north and south Lake Ferguson Road and Hillman-Logan Road.
51.5 Greenville boat store is inoperable for towboat supplies.
50 Upper Lake Ferguson Road and Warfield Point Park are closed.
48 Water begins to cover the dirt road leading to the Farmers Grain terminal facility which is north of the Greenville bridge.
45 Lower Lake Ferguson Road is closed. Warfield Point Park is closed.
44.5 Road to Bunge Corporation grain elevators is under water.
43.5 Lower Lake Ferguson Road begins to flood.
42 Flooding is occurring around Lake Ferguson.

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Note: Historical Crests for the Greenville gage include river crest from 1927,1937 or other flood events from the 1930s. These gage reading were converted from the Warfield Point gage to the Greenville Bridge Gage.
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