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This probabilistic forecast is issued by the Arkansas Red-Basin River Forecast Center.
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Forecasts for the Pease River near Vernon 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: 19
Moderate Flood Stage: 17
Flood Stage: 15
Action Stage: 13
Low Stage (in feet): -9999

Historic Crests
(1) 20.15 ft on 10/21/1983
(2) 19.23 ft on 08/02/1995
(3) 19.10 ft on 06/05/1995
(4) 18.50 ft on 09/19/1965
(5) 18.39 ft on 07/11/1999
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 13.91 ft on 05/24/2015
(2) 13.65 ft on 05/15/2015
(3) 13.10 ft on 05/09/2015
(4) 14.90 ft on 09/17/2010
(5) 14.37 ft on 07/09/2010
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
Currently none available.
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23 Agricultural fields... ranch lands... and rural roads along the Pease River in northern Wilbarger County are flooded by valley-wide overflows... at depths up to about 8 feet. Homes and businesses in the northern sections of Vernon may experience flood depths of 4 to 6 feet... accompanied by very dangerous currents.
22 Agricultural fields... ranch lands... and rural roads along the Pease River in northern Wilbarger County are flooded by valley-wide overflows... at depths up to about 7 feet. Homes and businesses in the northern sections of Vernon may experience flood depths of 3 to 5 feet... accompanied by dangerous currents.
21 Agricultural fields... ranch lands... and rural roads along the Pease River in northern Wilbarger County are flooded by valley-wide overflows... at depths up to about 6 feet. Homes and businesses in the northern sections of Vernon may experience flood depths of 2 to 4 feet... accompanied by dangerous currents.
20 Agricultural fields... ranch lands... and rural roads along the Pease River in northern Wilbarger County are flooded by valley-wide overflows... at depths up to about 5 feet... with dangerous currents. Homes and businesses in the northern sections of Vernon may be flooded or surrounded by water. Residential and commercial buildings north of U.S. Highway 287 may be affected.
19 Agricultural fields... ranch lands... and rural roads along the Pease River in Wilbarger County are flooded by overflow depths up to about 4 feet... with dangerous currents. Homes and businesses in northern sections of Vernon may see brief... shallow flooding.
18 Overflow depths up to about 3 feet affects agricultural lands and low-lying roads along the Pease River in northern Wilbarger County. Low-lying areas may see fast currents. The northern sections of Vernon may see brief... shallow flooding in streets.
17 Overflow depths up to about 2 feet affects agricultural lands and low-lying roads along the Pease River in northern Wilbarger County.
16 Shallow flooding affects agricultural lands and low-lying roads along the Pease River in northern Wilbarger County.
15 Brief... shallow flooding affects agricultural lands and low-lying roads along the Pease River in north Wilbarger County.
14 Near bankfull conditions extend along the Pease River in northern Wilbarger County.

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