Lower Missouri River Flooding Summary Page


Geography Overlays:
Weather/Observed Precip.:
Inundation Map (COE KC):


Location Flood Stage Record Crest Likely Range of Flows
(with normal precipitation)
Long Range Stage Forecast
(with normal precipitation)
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cfs- Cubic Feet per Second - the flow rate or discharge equal to one cubic foot per second. This rate is equivalent to approximately 7.48 gallons per second. This is also referred to as a second-foot.

Information from Corps of Engineers Omaha District

US Army Corps of Engineers Omaha Spring 2011 Flood Response Information



Information from Corps of Engineers Kansas City District

US Army Corps of Engineers Kansas City Flood Information



Information from Corps of Engineers St Louis District

US Army Corps of Engineers St Louis Flood Information



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