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This probabilistic forecast is issued by the Arkansas Red-Basin River Forecast Center.
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Forecasts for the North Fork of the Red River near Carter 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: 18
Moderate Flood Stage: 17
Flood Stage: 16
Action Stage: 14
Low Stage (in feet): -9999

Historic Crests
(1) 20.08 ft on 06/04/1995
(2) 19.98 ft on 05/17/1977
(3) 18.63 ft on 05/08/2019
(4) 18.42 ft on 05/26/1959
(5) 18.33 ft on 05/21/1977
(6) 17.88 ft on 10/03/1986
(7) 17.85 ft on 05/26/2019
(8) 17.62 ft on 05/24/2015
(9) 17.58 ft on 05/17/1982
(10) 17.02 ft on 05/30/1990
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 17.85 ft on 05/26/2019
(2) 16.40 ft on 05/25/2019
(3) 18.63 ft on 05/08/2019
(4) 17.62 ft on 05/24/2015
(5) 15.81 ft on 05/07/2007
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
Currently none available.
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23 Expect very deep... widespread flooding of fields and rural roads in Beckham... Greer and Kiowa counties... and in park areas around the edge of Altus-Lugert Lake. State highway 34 south of Carter floods at stages above 18.5 feet.
22 Expect very deep... widespread flooding of fields and rural roads in Beckham... Greer and Kiowa counties... and in park areas around the edge of Altus-Lugert Lake. State highway 34 south of Carter floods at stages above 18.5 feet.
21 Expect very deep... widespread flooding of fields and rural roads in Beckham... Greer and Kiowa counties... and in park areas around the edge of Altus-Lugert Lake. State highway 34 south of Carter floods at stages above 18.5 feet.
20 Expect deep flooding of fields and rural roads in Beckham... Greer and Kiowa counties... and in park areas around the edge of Altus-Lugert Lake. State Highway 34 south of Carter floods at stages above 18.5 feet.
19 Expect deep flooding of fields and rural roads in Beckham... Greer and Kiowa counties... and in park areas around the edge of Altus-Lugert Lake. State Highway 34 south of Carter floods at stages above 18.5 feet.
18 Expect moderate flooding of fields and rural roads in Beckham... Greer and Kiowa counties, and in park areas around the edge of Altus-Lugert Lake. State Highway 34 south of Carter may be be overtopped.
17 Expect flooding of fields and rural roads in Beckham... Greer and Kiowa counties, and in park areas around the edge of Altus-Lugert Lake. State Highway 34 south of Carter is not expected to be closed.
16 Expect flooding of fields and rural roads in Beckham... Greer and Kiowa counties, and in park areas around the edge of Altus-Lugert Lake. State Highway 34 south of Carter is not expected to flood.
15 Expect flooding of low-bottom fields and private roads in Beckham... Greer and Kiowa counties... and in park areas around the edge of Altus-Lugert Lake.
14 Expect flooding of low-bottom fields and private roads in Beckham... Greer and Kiowa counties... and in park areas around the edge of Altus-Lugert Lake.
13 Near-bankfull conditions occur along river in Beckham... Greer and Kiowa counties... above the headwaters of of Altus-Lugert Lake.

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