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Missouri River levels rising again

( KLZA)-- The Missouri River levels are going back up.

Snowfall to the north of us and recently  increased releases at dams on the Missouri River are pushing the river level higher.

At Rulo Friday afternoon the Missouri River was 2.45 feet above the 17 foot flood stage with the river predicted to crest Wednesday evening at 20.8 feet.

At Brownville the Friday readings were just over two-feet above flood stage with a crest predicted at 36.6 feet with is just over two-and-a-half feet above the 34 foot flood stage.

With heavy snowfall in the Missouri River basin this past week, the river is likely to remain above flood stage.



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