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Rainfall causing Missouri River to rise again
07/02/2018

Missouri River, June 22, 2014

(KLZA)--A flood warning continues along the Missouri River, basically from Omaha southward. 

After dropping slightly Sunday evening, the river began to rise again early Monday morning following weekend rains in the river basin to the north. 

At Rulo, the river reading Monday morning was 22.44-feet with a crest predicted at 22.5-feet Tuesday afternoon. Flood stage is 17-feet.

 At Brownville, the Monday morning reading was 39.27-feet with the crest expected early Tuesday morning at 39.5- feet, 6.5-feet above flood stage. 

At Nebraska City, the Missouri River reading Monday morning was 22.41-feet with the new crest predicted at 22.5-feet Monday evening.

At St. Joseph, Missouri, the Missouri is forecast to crest Monday evening at 21.3-feet,  4.3-feet above flood stage. 

At Atchison, Kansas, the crest is predicted at 23.7-feet Monday evening which is 1.7-feet above flood stage. 

The National Weather Service is  now predicting the Missouri River to fall back below flood stage Thursday evening at Nebraska City  and Atchison, with the river to be back in its banks Friday at Rulo and Saturday at Brownville.

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