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This probabilistic forecast is issued by the Arkansas Red-Basin River Forecast Center.
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Forecasts for the Uncle John Creek at Kingfisher 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: 26
Moderate Flood Stage: 25
Flood Stage: 21
Action Stage: 19
Low Stage (in feet): -9999

Historic Crests
(1) 26.30 ft on 09/21/1965
(2) 25.20 ft on 06/23/1948
(3) 25.00 ft on 09/13/1961
(4) 24.00 ft on 05/09/1993
(5) 22.70 ft on 06/09/1995
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 21.50 ft on 05/24/2015
(2) 21.10 ft on 06/29/2007
(3) 22.70 ft on 06/09/1995
(4) 24.00 ft on 05/09/1993
(5) 22.00 ft on 05/20/1977
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
Currently none available.
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26 Flood depths up to 5 feet depths damage low-lying residential areas in northeast portions of Kingfisher... upstream from the confluence with Kingfisher Creek. Expect similar overflows to croplands and pastures upstream and southeast of Kingfisher. Flood levels exceed those during the May 1993 flood... and will be similar to levels seen during the September 1965 flood on Uncle John Creek.
25 Flood depths up to 4 feet depths damage low-lying residential areas in northeast portions of Kingfisher... upstream from the confluence with Kingfisher Creek. Expect similar overflows to croplands and pastures upstream and southeast of Kingfisher. Flood levels exceed those during the May 1993 flood... and will be similar to levels seen during the June 1948 and September 1961 floods on Uncle John Creek.
24 Flood depths up to 3 feet depths affect low-lying residential areas in northeast portions of Kingfisher... upstream from the confluence with Kingfisher Creek. Expect similar overflows to croplands and pastures upstream and southeast of Kingfisher. Flood levels exceed those during the May 1993 flood on Uncle John Creek.
23 Flood depths up to 2 feet depths affect low-lying residential areas in northeast portions of Kingfisher... upstream from the confluence with Kingfisher Creek. Expect similar overflows to croplands and pastures upstream and southeast of Kingfisher. Flood levels are similar to those during the May 1993 flood on Uncle John Creek.
22 Shallow flood depths up to a foot affect low-lying residential streets... isolating homes in northeastern sections of Kingfisher... upstream from the confluence with Kingfisher Creek. Expect brief overflows to croplands and pastures along Uncle John Creek upstream and southeast of Kingfisher.
21 Shallow depths will affect low-lying residential streets... isolating homes in northeast portions of Kingfisher... upstream from the confluence with Kingfisher Creek. Expect brief overflows to croplands and pastures along Uncle John Creek upstream and southeast of Kingfisher.
20 Expect near-bankfull creek levels along the creek from points upstream of Kingfisher... downstream through the northeast side of Kingfisher... to the confluence with Kingfisher Creek.
19 Expect water levels to remain within the banks of the creek from points upstream of Kingfisher... downstream through the northeast side of Kingfisher... to the confluence with Kingfisher Creek.
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