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This probabilistic forecast is issued by the Missouri Basin River Forecast Center.
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Forecasts for the Missouri River at Gasconade 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: 37
Moderate Flood Stage: 34
Flood Stage: 22
Action Stage: 20
Low Stage (in feet): 0

Historic Crests
(1) 39.60 ft on 07/31/1993
(2) 39.00 ft on 05/04/2017
(3) 38.60 ft on 10/06/1986
(4) 37.90 ft on 12/30/2015
(5) 37.60 ft on 05/19/1995
(6) 36.40 ft on 04/24/1973
(7) 35.80 ft on 06/07/2019
(8) 35.50 ft on 05/03/1983
(9) 35.40 ft on 06/01/2013
(10) 35.40 ft on 02/25/1985
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 23.40 ft on 04/28/2020 (P)
(2) 27.30 ft on 03/21/2020 (P)
(3) 23.50 ft on 03/12/2020 (P)
(4) 27.80 ft on 01/12/2020
(5) 23.00 ft on 11/01/2019
(6) 22.70 ft on 10/11/2019
(7) 23.80 ft on 09/26/2019
(8) 26.40 ft on 09/02/2019
(9) 25.00 ft on 09/01/2019
(10) 35.80 ft on 06/07/2019
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
(1) 1.00 ft on 12/26/1963
(2) 1.00 ft on 01/08/1947
(3) 1.50 ft on 01/22/1957
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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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38 Homes and structures on the east side of Gasconade begin flooding along the Gasconade River. In December, 2015, with major flood flow from the Gasconade River, water levels in town were actually higher than in 1993.
37.6 Near this height, Missouri Highway 100 will be closed through Gasconade.
37.5 Near this height, Route Z west of Morrison will be closed in both directions.
36.7 The Tri-County Levee Section One along the left bank between Bluffton and McKittrick will overtop near this height.
36.5 Cropland south of Gasconade begins flooding near this height.
35.5 A house at the end of Oak Street in Gasconade begins flooding at the base of the concrete foundation.
34.79 The Corps of Engineers Gasconade Harbor Facility boatyard area begins to flood.
33 The Diermann levee about 4 miles upstream of Gasconade will overtop near this height.
32.5 Highway 100 between Morrison and State Route Z begins flooding near this level.
32 The east end of Oak Street in Gasconade begins flooding near this level.
24.5 Southern portions of Old Rock Road and Twisters Road south of Rhineland begin flooding near this height.
23.5 The southern end of School House Road south of Rhineland begins flooding near this height.
22.4 Gasconade Park boat ramp...BBQ grills...and parking area begins flooding near this height.
22 Minor flooding of cropland begins.
Photos
(1) Gasconade residence threatened on Septembe 17, 2008 at 33.1 ft.
(2) Oak Street in Gasconade on September 17, 2008 at 33.1 ft.
(3) Missouri Highway 100 eastbound at Highway Z near Morrison on September 17, 2008 at 33.1 ft.
(4) Minor flood of May 10, 2007 near the mouth of the Gasconade River with a stage near 28.6 ft.
(5) Minor flood of May 10, 2007 at confluence of Missouri and Gasconade Rivers near 28.6 feet.
(6) Lower sectional staff gage during minor flood of May 10, 2007 near 28.6 feet.
(7) Gasconade slope gage on July 21, 2011.
(8) Lower sectional staff gage at Gasconade, Missouri.
(9) Upper sectional staff gage at Gasconade, Missouri.
(10) View looking upstream
(11) View looking downstream
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