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This probabilistic forecast is issued by the North Central River Forecast Center.
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Forecasts for the North Fabius River near Ewing 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: 20
Moderate Flood Stage: 17
Flood Stage: 11
Action Stage: 9
Low Stage (in feet): -9999

Historic Crests
(1) 25.50 ft on 06/28/2015
(2) 24.90 ft on 09/16/2008
(3) 24.32 ft on 05/31/2019
(4) 23.12 ft on 04/20/2013
(5) 22.19 ft on 05/15/2010
(6) 21.16 ft on 06/29/2011
(7) 20.07 ft on 07/22/2010
(8) 19.86 ft on 06/05/2008
(9) 19.80 ft on 05/31/2013
(10) 19.63 ft on 05/18/2009
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 12.02 ft on 08/13/2021
(2) 11.09 ft on 07/17/2021
(3) 14.70 ft on 07/13/2021
(4) 11.11 ft on 06/30/2021
(5) 11.91 ft on 06/30/2021
(6) 12.62 ft on 04/11/2021
(7) 12.23 ft on 03/18/2021
(8) 12.91 ft on 06/10/2020
(9) 12.92 ft on 05/29/2020
(10) 13.14 ft on 03/19/2020
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
(1) 2.88 ft on 10/12/2006
(2) 2.89 ft on 10/30/2006
(3) 2.90 ft on 08/13/2012
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35.4 Height of the bridge road surface.
30.1 Water reaches the bottom of the bridge.
24 State Highway A north of Monticello will flood near this height. The only two times this road has closed in recent memory was in 1973 and in 2008. The 1973 flood was reportedly two feet higher at the highway.
21.3 At this height and the Middle Fabius at about 16.8, State Highway V began flooding in May 2010 below the confluence of the North and Middle Fabius Rivers. With an increase to 22.1 feet on the North Fabius and an increase to 17.2 feet on the Middle Fabius, water rose to a depth of about a foot on this highway. This assumes travel times of 4 hours from EWNM7 gage and 6 hours from the EWMM7 gage.
20.5 Olive Street (Lewis County Road 585) begins flooding near the intersection with 280th Street (County Road 588).
18 Juniper Avenue (Lewis County Road 513) will be flooded at this height.
17.6 Left bank overflows at the gage.
17.3 195th Street (County Road 516) just east of Monticello will be flooded at this height.
17.1 Right bank begins flooding at the gage.
16.5 Crop damage begins near Monticello.
16 Lewis County Road 532 (or 230th Street) will be flooded at this height.
15 State Highway E west of Williamstown begins to flood.
14 Left bank begins to flood near Monticello.
Photos
(1) State Hwy V in about one foot of water below the confluence of the North and Middle Fabius Rivers.
(2) Olive Avenue (CR 585) along the North Fabius River at 2 p.m. on May 15, 2010. EWNM7 stage was 22.2
(3) Lewis County Road 513 with more than 2 feet of water on July 22, 2010 at a stage of about 19.8 feet.
(4) Lewis County Road 516 with more than 2 feet of water on July 22, 2010 at a stage of 19.6 feet.
(5) Lewis County Road 532 with more than 4 feet of water on July 22, 2010 and a stage of 19.9 feet.
(6) River, rain, and crest stage gage at the North Fabius River near Ewing, Missouri.
(7) Looking upstream from the gaging location.
(8) Looking downstream from the gaging location.

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