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This probabilistic forecast is issued by the Arkansas Red-Basin River Forecast Center.
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Forecasts for the Beaver Creek (TX) near Electra 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: 28
Moderate Flood Stage: 26
Flood Stage: 24
Action Stage: 22
Low Stage (in feet): -9999

Historic Crests
(1) 34.94 ft on 05/29/1987
(2) 34.87 ft on 08/03/1995
(3) 33.80 ft on 10/21/1983
(4) 33.74 ft on 06/28/2007
(5) 33.57 ft on 03/17/1961
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 23.90 ft on 06/02/2019
(2) 30.81 ft on 05/23/2019
(3) 22.77 ft on 05/19/2019
(4) 26.67 ft on 04/15/2019
(5) 25.69 ft on 10/14/2018
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
Currently none available.
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38 The floodwaters will 2 feet higher than the flood crest which occurred on October 2...1941... and 4 feet higher than the flood crest which occurred on June 28...2007. Widespread flood levels varying up to 14 feet in depth will cover farm and range lands... and possibly inundate some oil and gas facilities... along and near the creek in southern Wilbarger County and southwestern Wichita County.
37 The floodwaters will 1 foot higher than the flood which occurred on October 2...1941... and 3 feet higher than the flood crest which occurred on June 28...2007. Widespread flood levels varying up to 13 feet in depth will cover farm and range lands... and possibly inundate some oil and gas facilities... along and near the creek in southern Wilbarger County and southwestern Wichita County.
36 The floodwaters will be as high as the flood which occurred on October 2...1941... and 2 feet higher than the flood crest which occurred on June 28...2007. Widespread flood levels varying up to 12 feet in depth will cover farm and range lands... and possibly inundate some oil and gas facilities... along and near the creek in southern Wilbarger County and southwestern Wichita County.
35 The floodwaters will be as high as the floods which occurred on May 29...1987... and August 3...1995...and 1 foot higher than the flood crest which occurred on June 28...2007. Widespread flood levels varying up to 11 feet in depth will cover farm and range lands... and possibly inundate some oil and gas facilities... along and near the creek in southern Wilbarger County and southwestern Wichita County.
34 The floodwaters will be as high as the flood crest which occurred on June 28...2007. Widespread flood levels up to 10 feet in depth cover farm and range lands... and may inundate some oil and gas facilities... along and near the creek in southern Wilbarger County and southwestern Wichita County.
33 The floodwaters begin to approach levels which occurred during the flood crest of June 28...2007. Widespread flood levels up to 9 feet in depth cover farm and range lands... and may inundate some oil and gas facilities... along and near the creek in southern Wilbarger County and southwestern Wichita County.
32 Widespread flood levels up to 8 feet in depth cover farm and range lands... and may inundate some oil and gas facilities... along and near the creek in southern Wilbarger County and southwestern Wichita County.
31 Widespread flood levels up to 7 feet in depth cover farm and range lands... and may inundate some oil and gas facilities... along and near the creek in southern Wilbarger County and southwestern Wichita County.
30 Widespread flood levels up to 6 feet in depth cover farm and range lands... and may inundate some oil and gas facilities... along and near the creek in southern Wilbarger County and southwestern Wichita County.
29 Widespread flood levels up to 5 feet in depth cover farm and range lands... and may inundate some oil and gas facilities... along and near the creek in southern Wilbarger County and southwestern Wichita County.
28 Widespread flood levels up to 4 feet in depth cover farm and range lands... and may inundate some oil and gas facilities... along and near the creek in southern Wilbarger County and southwestern Wichita County.
27 Widespread flood levels up to 3 feet in depth cover farm and range lands... and may inundate some oil and gas facilities... along and near the creek in southern Wilbarger County and southwestern Wichita County.
26 Flood levels up to 2 feet in depth cover farm and range lands... and may inundate some oil and gas facilities... along and near the creek in southern Wilbarger County and southwestern Wichita County.
25 Flood levels up to about a foot in depth produce shallow... short duration agricultural flooding along and near the creek in southern Wilbarger County and southwestern Wichita County.
24 Shallow and short duration flooding of lowlands occurs along and near the creek in southern Wilbarger County and southwestern Wichita County.
23 Shallow and short duration flooding of lowlands along and near the creek may occur in southern Wilbarger County and southwestern Wichita County.
22 Shallow and short duration flooding of lowlands along and near the creek may occur in southern Wilbarger County and southwestern Wichita County.

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