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This probabilistic forecast is issued by the Arkansas Red-Basin River Forecast Center.
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Forecasts for the Mulberry River (AR) near Mulberry are issued routinely year-round.
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Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage: 22
Moderate Flood Stage: 20
Flood Stage: 18
Action Stage: 10
Low Stage (in feet): -9999

Historic Crests
(1) 23.66 ft on 12/03/1982
(2) 22.00 ft on 12/15/1927
(3) 21.90 ft on 02/23/1985
(4) 21.48 ft on 05/03/1990
(5) 21.34 ft on 11/25/1973
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 12.43 ft on 01/11/2020
(2) 10.60 ft on 08/10/2019
(3) 16.42 ft on 08/09/2019
(4) 14.81 ft on 06/23/2019
(5) 10.05 ft on 05/01/2019
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
(1) 0.40 ft on 08/25/1943
(2) 0.65 ft on 07/26/2012
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24 highest stage of record was 23.66 feet in December 1982. Statistically, this is approximately a one percent annual chance flood event. The river is very swift. This is an extremely dangerous and life threatening situation.
22 much of the low lying ground along the Mulberry River within the Arkansas River Valley will be impacted. County roads near the river may be inundated. The river is very swift. This is an extremely dangerous and life threatening situation.
20 numerous county roads and bridges are inundated and possibly damaged by swift currents.
18 agricultural and timber lands along the left bank and in the vicinity of the gage begin to flood. The first 7 miles of the river are subject to backwater flooding from the Arkansas River. Mulberry and the area south of I-40 can be affected. The river is swift and dangerous.
16 agricultural and timber lands along the left bank and in the vicinity of the gage are threatened. The first several miles of the river are subject to backwater flooding from the Arkansas River. Mulberry and the area south of I-40 are threatened. The river is swift and dangerous.
14 no flooding occurs but the river is swift and dangerous. Backwater from the Arkansas River may affect low lying areas near the first few miles of the Mulberry River.
12 no flooding occurs but the river is swift and dangerous. Backwater from the Arkansas River may affect low lying areas near the first few miles of the Mulberry River.
10 no flooding occurs but the river is swift and dangerous. Backwater from the Arkansas River may affect low lying areas near the first few miles of the Mulberry River.

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