Flood Products | Weather Forecast | Current River Levels | County Flood Pages
(Ice Jam Flooding Pics from earlier this year)
TenSleep Creek at Ten Sleep on 5/29 (Judy Morrison)
Video of Tensleep Creek
Dubois scouts assist community members with sandbagging
Current watches, warnings, and advisories
Please familiarize yourself with the difference between a Watch, Warning, Advisory, and an Outlook by clicking here.
Remember, never play or swim in flood waters or attempt to cross swollen waters on foot. The water will be swift and cold, and will frequently contain debris such as floating logs. Parents and caregivers should keep an alert eye to toddlers and younger children who may be drawn to water. Campers are strongly encouraged to choose campsites away from and uphill of rivers, creeks, and streams. Water levels from melting snow typically crest during the early morning hours in the mountains and foothills. The timing of these high water levels gives little advance notice to flooding as campers are typically asleep.
The Wind River:
(click on the graph for more information on that particular gauge, including flooding impacts at the selected location)
Rivers in Park County and in the Big Horn Basin:
Other gauged rivers and creeks at or near bankfull:
For more river information...click here.
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The above county links will be updated with more specific links for ongoing flooding when they become available.