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This probabilistic forecast is issued by the Northwest River Forecast Center.
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Forecasts for the Snake River near Heise are issued routinely year-round.
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Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage: 11
Moderate Flood Stage: 9.5
Flood Stage: 8
Action Stage: 6.25
Low Stage (in feet): -9999

Historic Crests
(1) 11.26 ft on 06/13/1997
(2) 10.04 ft on 06/23/1943
(3) 9.22 ft on 06/01/1956
(4) 9.11 ft on 05/29/1951
(5) 9.07 ft on 06/28/1954
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 6.76 ft on 04/24/2019
(2) 7.66 ft on 06/19/2018
(3) 8.36 ft on 06/14/2017
(4) 6.59 ft on 06/08/2016
(5) 6.79 ft on 05/14/2015
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
(1) -0.18 ft on 11/10/1956
(2) 0.75 ft on 03/14/1977
(3) 0.86 ft on 03/01/1968
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Latitude/Longitude Disclaimer: The gauge location shown in the above map is the approximate location based on the latitude/longitude coordinates provided to the NWS by the gauge owner.
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11 or 39794 cfs... Major flooding in Menan-Roberts area. Interstate 15 may be closed due to flooding. County road bridges will begin to wash out.
9.5 or 33359 cfs... Flooding can be expected in the Menan-Roberts area.
8 or 23933 cfs... Flooding near the Warm Springs Resort area is possible.
6.25 or 16297 cfs... Action Stage 6.25 ft. Actual flooding is limited to islands and bars and levees on both banks of the Snake River, between the US HWY 20 bridge and the Heise area. Channel changes, including flows into high water channels, may impinge upon levees in the reach and threaten their structural integrity, leading to a breach and possible flooding outside of the levee system. Actions by local agencies may include responding to potential breaches and conducting emergency repairs.
Photos
(1) HEII1_googleearth
(2) HEII1_map
(3) HEII1_SnakeHeise_gage
(4) HEII1_looking_upstream
(5) HEII1_looking_downstream
(6) HEII1_looking_downstream2

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Historical Peak Flows     (Scroll to Streamflow Statistics for more years)
USGS Historical Peak Flows Explanation
Graphical View of Historical Peak Flows and Gage Analysis 

25   Year Peak Flood 41000 CFS or 11.15 ft
50   Year Peak Flood 46500 CFS or 12.11 ft
100 Year Peak Flood 52200 CFS or 13.00 ft
200 Year Peak Flood 58400 CFS
500 Year Peak Flood 67100 CFS
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