Flood Warning

Issued by NWS Saint Louis (Eastern Missouri and West Central Illinois)


Affected Area: Calhoun

The Flood Warning Continues For The Following Rivers In Illinois... Missouri

Mississippi River At Louisiana Mississippi River At Clarksville Mississippi River At Winfield Mississippi River At St. Louis Mississippi River At Grafton Mississippi River At Mel Price Ld Mississippi River At Chester River Forecasts Are Based On Observed Precipitation And Forecast Precipitation For The Next 24 Hours. The Flood Warning Continues For The Mississippi River At Clarksville

* Until Sunday Morning.

* At 8:30 PM Friday The Stage Was 25.3 Feet.

* Flood Stage Is 25.0 Feet.

* Minor Flooding Is Forecast.

* The River Is Forecast To Continue Falling To Below Flood Stage Saturday Morning.

* Impact: At 25.3 Feet... The Road To Port Marmac, About 15 Homes Just South Of Clarksville, Begins Flooding. && Fld Latest 7 A.m. Forecast Location Stg Obs Stg 07/20 07/21 07/22 07/23 07/24 Mississippi River Clarksville 25.0 25.34 25.0 24.5 24.2 24.0 24.0 &&

Rainfall Heavier Than Forecast Could Cause River Levels To Rise Even Higher Than Predicted. The National Weather Service Will Monitor This Developing Situation And Issue Follow Up Statements As Conditions Or Forecasts Change. Safety Message: Never Drive Cars, Trucks, Or Sport Utility Vehicles Through Flooded Areas. The Water May Be Too Deep To Allow For Safe Passage. This Product, Along With Additional Weather And Stream Information, Is Available At Http://water.weather.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=lsx.


Flood Warning was issued on July 19 at 9:05PM CDT until July 21 at 7:00AM CDT by the National Weather Service in Saint Louis.


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