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This probabilistic forecast is issued by the Arkansas Red-Basin River Forecast Center.
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Forecasts for the Clear Boggy Creek above Caney Creek near Caney 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: 32
Moderate Flood Stage: 29
Flood Stage: 26
Action Stage: 22
Low Stage (in feet): -9999

Historic Crests
(1) 34.16 ft on 09/23/2018
(2) 33.37 ft on 05/24/2015
(3) 33.17 ft on 05/11/2015
(4) 33.16 ft on 12/28/2015
(5) 30.53 ft on 11/30/2015
(6) 30.46 ft on 07/05/2017
(7) 30.21 ft on 06/18/2015
(8) 29.55 ft on 07/11/2015
(9) 28.85 ft on 05/23/2013
(10) 27.93 ft on 03/09/2016
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 34.16 ft on 09/23/2018
(2) 30.46 ft on 07/05/2017
(3) 25.93 ft on 06/04/2016
(4) 26.25 ft on 05/26/2016
(5) 26.43 ft on 05/01/2016
(6) 27.09 ft on 04/20/2016
(7) 27.93 ft on 03/09/2016
(8) 33.16 ft on 12/28/2015
(9) 22.24 ft on 12/13/2015
(10) 30.53 ft on 11/30/2015
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
Currently none available.
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36 Creek levels rise to ten feet higher than flood stage in western Atoka County and the northeastern edge of Bryan County. Agricultural lands flood... and machinery and other property are cut off from access. Many rural roads are impassable.
35 Creek levels rise to nine feet higher than flood stage in western Atoka County and the northeastern edge of Bryan County. Agricultural lands flood... and machinery and other property are cut off from access. Many rural roads are impassable.
34 Creek levels rise to eight feet higher than flood stage... spreading over most of the bottomlands in western Atoka County... and the northeastern edge of Bryan County. Agricultural lands are inundated for many hours... with machinery and other property cut off from access. Many rural roads are impassable.
33 Creek levels rise to seven feet higher than flood stage... spreading over most of the bottomlands in western Atoka County... and the northeastern edge of Bryan County. Agricultural lands are inundated for many hours... and machinery and other property are cut off from access. Many rural roads are impassable.
32 Creek levels rise to six feet higher than flood stage... spreading over most of the bottomlands in western Atoka County... and the northeastern edge of Bryan County. Agricultural lands are inundated for many hours... and machinery and other property are cut off from access. Many rural roads are impassable.
31 Creek levels rise to five feet higher than flood stage... spreading over a major portion of its bottomlands in western Atoka County... and the northeastern edge of Bryan County. Croplands and pastures are flooded... and machinery and other property are cut off from access. Many rural roads are impassable.
30 Creek levels rise to four feet higher than flood stage... spreading over many acres of bottomlands in western Atoka County... and the northeastern edge of Bryan County. Croplands... pastures... and some secondary rural roads are flooded.
29 Creek levels rise to three feet higher than flood stage in western Atoka County and the northeastern edge of Bryan County. High stages on small feeder streams result in even greater depths to mainstem bottomlands near their points of entry into Clear Boggy Creek. Croplands... pastures... and some secondary rural roads are flooded.
28 Creek levels rise to about 2 feet higher than flood stage in western Atoka County and extreme northeastern Bryan County. High stages on small feeder streams could result in even greater depths to mainstem bottomlands near their points of entry into Clear Boggy Creek. Croplands... pastures... and some secondary rural roads are affected.
27 Creek levels rise to slightly above bankfull stages in western Atoka County and the northeastern edge of Bryan County. High stages on small feeder streams result in even greater depths to mainstem bottomlands near their points of entry into Clear Boggy Creek. Only croplands... pastures... and some secondary rural roads are affected.
26 The creek reaches bankfull levels in western Atoka County and the northeastern edge of Bryan County. High stages on small feeder streams could further result in greater-than-bankfull overflows to mainstem bottomlands. Croplands... pastures... and some secondary rural roads along and near Clear Boggy Creek are affected.
25 The creek remains mostly within its banks in western Atoka County and the northeastern edge of Bryan County. Some high stages on small feeder streams result in very localized... short-term overflows of mainstem bottomlands. Low-lying fields are briefly cut off from easy access.
24 The creek remains mostly within its banks in western Atoka County and the northeastern edge of Bryan County. Some high stages on small feeder streams result in very localized... short-term overflows of mainstem bottomlands. Low-lying fields are briefly cut off from easy access.
23 The creek remains within its banks in western Atoka County and the northeastern edge of Bryan County.
22 The creek remains within its banks in western Atoka County and the northeastern edge of Bryan County.

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