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This probabilistic forecast is issued by the North Central River Forecast Center.
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Forecasts for the Cuivre River at Troy are issued as needed during times of high water, but are not routinely available.

Vertical Datum updated from NGVD29 to NAVD88 by gauge owner.

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Downstream Gauge Downstream Gauge - at Old Monroe
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Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage: 29
Moderate Flood Stage: 25
Flood Stage: 21
Action Stage: 19
Low Stage (in feet): -9999

Historic Crests
(1) 33.40 ft on 10/05/1941
(2) 32.47 ft on 04/12/1994
(3) 32.17 ft on 09/23/1993
(4) 31.65 ft on 09/15/2008
(5) 31.28 ft on 12/03/1982
(6) 31.20 ft on 10/12/1969
(7) 30.99 ft on 06/22/2015
(8) 30.29 ft on 05/16/1990
(9) 30.05 ft on 05/18/1995
(10) 29.75 ft on 10/30/2009
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 23.34 ft on 04/02/2024 (P)
(2) 27.53 ft on 07/27/2022
(3) 25.43 ft on 05/06/2022
(4) 21.44 ft on 04/21/2022
(5) 24.82 ft on 03/31/2022
(6) 23.38 ft on 07/02/2021
(7) 24.72 ft on 07/01/2021
(8) 21.72 ft on 06/29/2021
(9) 28.00 ft on 06/26/2021
(10) 22.47 ft on 04/29/2021
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
(1) 0.80 ft on 01/01/1965
(2) 0.93 ft on 01/01/1931
(3) 0.96 ft on 01/01/1957
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32.6 Substantial flood damages begin in mobile homes on the southeast side of Tropicana Village Mobile Home Park in Moscow Mills.
31.6 Water begins to affect the US 61 northbound pavement at the Cuivre River bridge north of Troy.
31 The southbound lane of US Highway 61 north of Troy begins to flood just south of the bridge.
29 Water begins surrounding several homes along Tobago Court in Tropicana Village Mobile Home Park in Moscow Mills.
28.5 Vehicle storage lot starts flooding on the north end of Tropicana Village Mobile Home Park in Moscow Mills.
28 Near this height, MoDoT will consider closing U.S. Highway 61 at the Cuivre River bridge north of Troy in both directions.
25 Moderate flooding begins...significant agricultural land is inundated.
24.8 Near this height...Second Street in Moscow Mills begins flooding near the Byrd Street intersection.
23.5 Near this height, State Highway H near the West Fork Cuivre River bridge will be closed due to flooding.
23.2 Gravens Road begins flooding north of Highway C.
23.1 Water begins covering Frenchman Bluff Road (County Road 658) just west of the Cuivre River bridge.
23 Considerable agricultural land is flooded between Troy and Moscow Mills.
18 From Highway 61 east to Frenchmans Bluff... low lying agricultural land is inundated.
(1) Cuivre River at Troy, MO gagehouse along Hwy 61. Stage was 27.5 feet.
(2) Backyards of homes on Port-au-Prince Lane in Tropicana Village October 9, 2009 near 26.9 ft.
(3) Storage lot in Tropicana Village in north Moscow Mills on October 9, 2009 with TRYM7 near 26.9 ft.
(4) Moscow Bridge Road flooding on 10/9/09. TRYM7 stage was 26.8 ft. 7 hours earlier.
(5) Moscow Mills flooding on October 9, 2009 with a stage near 26.8 feet 7.3 hours earlier.
(6) Gravens Road flood of 10/9/09. TRYM7 stage was 26.8 feet 7 hours earlier.
(7) Frenchman Bluff Road flood of 4/25/10. TRYM7 stage was 24.6 feet.
(8) Cropland south of Highway C and one mile east of Moscow Mills on July 31, 2008 at 24.5 ft.
(9) Moscow Bridge Road just east of Moscow Mills looking south on July 31, 2008 at a stage near 23.5 ft.
(10) Gravens Road begins flooding on July 31, 2008 at a stage near 23.5 feet.
(11) Cropland north of Gravens Road on July 31, 2008 at a stage of about 23.5 feet.
(12) Cropland along Blue Goose Road 3 miles east of Troy on July 31, 2008 at 23.5 ft.
(13) Cuivre River at Troy gagehouse, solar panel, and rain gage.

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