Lower Missouri River Flooding Summary Page

     

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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

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Information from Corps of Engineers Kansas City District

US Army Corps of Engineers Kansas City Flood Information

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Information from Corps of Engineers St Louis District

US Army Corps of Engineers St Louis Flood Information

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