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This probabilistic forecast is issued by the Lower Mississippi River Forecast Center.
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Graphical forecasts are not available for the Mississippi River at Tunica Mhoon Landing. During times of high water, forecast crest information can be found in the text products.
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Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage: 41
Moderate Flood Stage: 35
Flood Stage: 30
Action Stage: 27
Low Stage (in feet): -2

Historic Crests
(1) 53.20 ft on 02/10/1937
(2) 43.12 ft on 03/02/1939
(3) 42.00 ft on 02/22/1950
(4) 41.42 ft on 03/05/2019 (P)
(5) 41.00 ft on 05/09/1973
(6) 40.87 ft on 04/08/1945
(7) 40.50 ft on 04/08/1975
(8) 39.00 ft on 04/21/1938
(9) 38.97 ft on 06/06/1943
(10) 38.20 ft on 05/08/1940
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 41.42 ft on 03/05/2019 (P)
(2) 36.73 ft on 05/16/2017
(3) 12.80 ft on 01/15/1997
(4) 33.30 ft on 07/03/1996
(5) 26.20 ft on 05/19/1995
(6) 25.39 ft on 05/27/1981
(7) 35.90 ft on 04/04/1978
(8) 25.70 ft on 04/16/1977
(9) 26.50 ft on 03/01/1976
(10) 40.50 ft on 04/08/1975
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
Currently none available.
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41 In Mississippi, Lucky Lane is beginning to flood. Charlie's Camp is totally flooded.
40 In Mississippi, Peepers and Doris Streets are mostly flooded. Bluebird Trail is flooding. Nel-Win and Lakeview Camps are completely flooded. Fields at Ashley Point and Diamond Woods are covered.
39 In Mississippi, the evacuation route from Tunica Riverpark is underwater. Doris Lane is flooding at Charlie's Camp. The western part of Sherry Lane is almost underwater.
38 Water is beginning to go over Loggerhead Lane going into Bordeaux Camp. Drum Cove is flooding, and Buffalo Drive is mostly covered. The south ends of Ricky Road and Brown Road are flooded, along with the street going out of Nel-Win Camp. Tammy Road and Lloyd Road are flooded. Bee Trail and Plum Road are going underwater. The east part of Sherry Lane is being flooded and Peters Island is almost completely inundated.
37 Much of Bourbon Street is flooded. Grinner Drive is covered and the east end of Nel-Win Camp is going underwater. Lots along Tammy Road are being covered. Garden Lane is flooding and Carp Drive is being overtopped.
36 In Mississippi, water is going over Charlie Lane. Smokey Lane is being covered. Lots on the east end of Deer Crossing are flooding, and water is over the north end of Sauger Lane.
35 In Mississippi, Charlie Lane is beginning to flood, and JT's Bait Shop is inundated. Margie Road and the north end of Bennie Lane are flooding. The west end of Betty Lane is underwater. House lots south of Doris Lane are going underwater. Candy Loop is being covered. Fields inside the levee west of Hambrick road are flooded. The farmstead north of Blue Point is flooding.
34 In Mississippi, the boat launch parking lot at Charlie's Camp is covered. Campbell Road is partly flooded. The northeast end of Betty Lane is going underwater. Part of Bourbon Street is flooded. Spoonbill Lane is going underwater. Valley Lane is flooded in Lakeview Camp. The road to houses south of Ship Island is being covered.
33 In Mississippi, the boat ramp at Charlie's Camp is flooded. Lots are beginning to go underwater at Charlie's Camp and Nel-Win Camp. Riverbend road to Bordeaux Point from Charlie's Camp is flooding. Northeast evacuation road to the house on the riverbank southwest of Mhoon Landing is flooded at the lowest spot. In Arkansas, the camp on west side of Midway Lake is totally covered. The farmstead just south of Arkansas County Road 533 is flooding.
32 In Mississippi, Lake Road in Nel-Win Camp is flooding. Fields on Fox Island are flooding. In Arkansas, the road from the levee to the sport shooting camp west of the old Harrah's Casino site is covered.
31 In Mississippi, lots nearest Tunica Cutoff Lake in Lakeview are underwater. The south end of Mhoon Landing Park is beginning to flood. In Arkansas, roads from the levee to Buck Island are underwater.
30 Nel-Wyn Park at Tunica Lake begins to flood. The entrance road to Tunica River Park is flooded. Camp lots south of Flower Lake are flooding, along with an extensive area of farmland at Ashley Point across from Mhoon Landing. The camp at Midway, Arkansas is flooded.
29 In Mississippi, roads to the hunting camps in the Buck Lake and Flower Lake areas are flooded. South evacuation road from Bordeaux Island is flooded. In Arkansas, the road to the fields inside the levee south of Horseshoe Lake are covered.
28 In Mississippi, the river is touching the levee at many places near Mhoon Landing. The road to Stubb's Island is closed. Fields are flooding inside the levee west of Seabrook Road. Water has reached the outlot of McKinney Bayou Pumping Station.
27 The south evacuation road from Whiskey and Bordeaux Islands is going underwater. In Mississippi, roads to Bordeaux Point area are beginning to flood. Campsites on the south side of Flower Lake are being covered. Parts of the road to Stubb's Island are flooded. In Arkansas, the lowest access road to fields inside the Arkansas Levee south of Horseshoe Lake is flooded. The evacuation road from Peters Island is covered.
14 The sand pit on Buck Island in Arkansas is flooding. The river is mainly within its banks.
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