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This probabilistic forecast is issued by the Arkansas Red-Basin River Forecast Center.
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Forecasts for the Wildhorse Creek near Hoover 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: 29
Moderate Flood Stage: 27
Flood Stage: 25
Action Stage: 20
Low Stage (in feet): -9999

Historic Crests
(1) 31.13 ft on 05/03/1990
(2) 30.84 ft on 06/18/2015
(3) 30.54 ft on 05/29/1987
(4) 29.70 ft on 05/20/1977
(5) 29.63 ft on 04/26/1990
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 27.39 ft on 06/12/2016
(2) 26.12 ft on 06/12/2016
(3) 29.13 ft on 06/12/2016
(4) 25.41 ft on 04/18/2016
(5) 30.84 ft on 06/18/2015
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
Currently none available.
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32 Agricultural lands... oilfields... and local roads along the creek in Carter and Murray counties may be inundated by flood depths varying to 7 feet with dangerous currents. Flood levels are about one foot higher than the record crest of May 3...1990.
31 Agricultural lands... oilfields... and local roads along the creek in Carter and Murray counties may be inundated by flood depths varying to 6 feet with dangerous currents. Flood levels nearly match those of the record crest of May 3...1990.
30 Agricultural lands... oilfields... and local roads along the creek in Carter and Murray counties may be inundated by flood depths varying to 5 feet with dangerous currents.
29 Agricultural lands... oilfields... and local roads along the creek in Carter and Murray counties may be inundated by flood depths varying to 4 feet with swift currents.
28 Agricultural lands... oilfields... and local roads along the creek in Carter and Murray counties may be inundated by flood depths varying to 3 feet with swift currents.
27 Agricultural lands... oilfields... and local roads along the creek in Carter and Murray counties may be inundated by flood depths varying to 2 feet.
26 Agricultural lands... oilfields... and local roads along the creek in Carter and Murray counties may be inundated to flood depths up to a foot.
25 Agricultural lands... oilfields... and local roads along the creek in Carter and Murray counties may be inundated to shallow depths for a few hours.
24 Near bankfull levels occur along the creek in Carter and Murray counties.
23 The creek remains within its banks in Carter and Murray counties.

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