NEWS
Fri Apr 26, 2013 08:40 AM CDT

NWS Locations Observed Water Levels
(Streamgages currently reporting water levels
above or near the National Weather Service defined flood stage)
Page last modified: Friday, April 26, 2013
NWS Obs Off
ST Location Water Body Flood Level Flood
AK Pelly Crossing Pelly River 16.00 26.42 10.42
IA Burlington Mississippi River 15.00 19.51 4.51
IA Keokuk Mississippi River 16.00 19.22 3.22
IA Muscatine Mississippi River 16.00 18.94 2.94
IL Algonquin tailwater Fox River 9.50 12.26 2.76
IL Beardstown Illinois River 14.00 29.74 15.74
IL Cairo Ohio River 40.00 47.04 7.04
IL Clay City Little Wabash River 18.00 20.79 2.79
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