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This probabilistic forecast is issued by the Missouri Basin River Forecast Center.
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Forecasts for the Little Missouri River at Camp Crook are issued as needed during times of high water, but are not routinely available.
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Downstream Gauge Downstream Gauge - at Marmarth
Zoom Level:14
Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage: 19
Moderate Flood Stage: 17
Flood Stage: 12
Action Stage: 10
Low Stage (in feet): -9999

Historic Crests
(1) 19.40 ft on 05/24/2011
(2) 17.67 ft on 04/17/2009
(3) 16.90 ft on 03/24/1978
(4) 16.18 ft on 03/12/2014
(5) 16.04 ft on 05/15/1995
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 14.01 ft on 04/14/2018
(2) 6.42 ft on 04/21/2017
(3) 5.24 ft on 05/02/2016
(4) 9.87 ft on 06/22/2015
(5) 16.18 ft on 03/12/2014
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
Currently none available.
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19 Major Flood Stage. Water begins washing against the low steel on main highway bridge.
18 Water covers the concrete bridge supports.
17 Moderate Flood Stage. Some structural flooding is possible near the Little Missouri River.
16 Water covers erosion control walls upstream from the highway bridge. Minor flooding along lower areas of west bank begins.
14 Water overflows tree-line along the east bank. Minor flooding of pasture land.
12 Flood Stage. Water overflows lowest areas along the east bank and causes lowland pasture flooding.
Photos
(1) Flooding on 4/16/2009 - Looking northeast. Gage height around 17.6 ft.
(2) Flooding on 4/16/2009 - Looking east. Gage height around 17.6 ft.
(3) Flooding on 4/16/2009 - Looking north. Gage height around 17.6 ft.
(4) Flooding on 4/16/2009 - Looking south southwest. Gage height around 17.6 ft.
(5) Flooding on 4/16/2009 - Looking downstream, with measurement being made. Gage height around 17.6 ft.
(6) Flooding on 4/16/2009 - Looking at the Highway 20 bridge. Gage height around 17.6 ft.
(7) Flooding on 4/16/2009 - Upstream. Gage height around 17.6 ft.
(8) April 2006 - looking at gage house. Gage height about 14.8 ft.
(9) April 2006 - looking downstream from the bridge. Gage height about 14.8 ft.
(10) April 2006 - looking upstream. Gage height about 14.8 ft.
(11) April 2006 - looking south southwest from the gage house. Gage height about 14.8 ft.
(12) 3/11/2009 - Looking west, downstream side of the bridge.
(13) 3/11/2009 - Looking west, upstream side of the bridge.
(14) 3/11/2009 - Looking north, downstream side of the bridge.
(15) 3/11/2009 - Looking south, upstream side of the bridge.
(16) 5/2/2006 - Upstream from Highway 20 bridge. Gage height about 5 ft.
(17) 5/2/2006 - Downstream from Highway 20 bridge. Gage height about 5 ft.
(18) 5/2/2006 - Looking east. Gage height about 5 ft.
(19) 5/2/2006 - Looking east, across from the gage. Gage height about 5 ft.
(20) Looking upstream (summer).
(21) Looking downstream (summer).

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