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Flooding Expected to Be Minor
06/19/2018

(KLZA)-- A flood warning continues along the Missouri River from Nebraska City downstream through Rulo, although the predicted crest levels of the river have been reduced by the National Weather Service. 

At Nebraska City it appears the Missouri River will crest about a half-foot below the 17-foot flood stage barring more rain.

At Brownville the forecast calls for the river to crest Friday evening at 34.6 feet which is 1.6 feet above flood stage.  Thursday morning the river reading was 34.17 feet.

At Rulo, flood stage is 17 feet with a Thursday morning river reading of 17.22 feet.  The crest is predicted to occur Friday night at 17.5 feet with the river back below flood stage by Saturday morning. 

At St. Joseph the forecast is calling for minor flooding with a crest just above the 17-foot flood stage. 

At Atchison, the Missouri River is no longer expected to reach flood stage because rainfall amounts upstream were less than anticipated earlier in the week.  


 

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