River Statement
Issued by NWS Birmingham, AL

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HYDROLOGIC STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BIRMINGHAM AL
809 PM CDT MON APR 20 2015

...River Statement for the Alabama River...Cahaba River...Tallapoosa
River...

Due to heavy rainfall over the weekend...parts of the Alabama...Cahaba...
and Tallapoosa rivers remain elevated but below established flood stages.
Any overflow along these rivers should be of a minor nature.

The Cahaba River At Marion Junction.
 Latest Stage:     20.5 Feet AT 7 PM Monday.
 Caution Stage:    15.0 Feet.
 Flood Stage:      36.0 Feet.
 Forecast:         Crest near 24.4 Feet early Wednesday morning
                   and then begin to fall.

The Tallapoosa River At Milstead.
 Latest Stage:     19.1 Feet AT 7 PM Monday.
 Caution Stage:    15.0 Feet.
 Flood Stage:      40.0 Feet.
 Forecast:         Crest near 19.2 Feet after midnight tonight
                   and then begin to fall.

The Tallapoosa River At The Tallapoosa Water Plant.
 Latest Stage:     18.9 Feet AT 7 PM Monday.
 Caution Stage:    15.0 Feet.
 Flood Stage:      25.0 Feet.
 Forecast:         Slowly falling.



The Alabama River At Montgomery.
 Latest Stage:     28.1 Feet AT 7 PM Monday.
 Caution Stage:    26.0 Feet.
 Flood Stage:      35.0 Feet.
 Forecast:         Crest near 28.7 Feet tomorrow morning
                   and then begin to fall.



The Alabama River At Selma.
 Latest Stage:     30.5 Feet AT 7 PM Monday.
 Caution Stage:    30.0 Feet.
 Flood Stage:      45.0 Feet.
 Forecast:         Crest near 31.3 Feet tomorrow evening
                   and then begin to fall.

Another statement will be issued Tuesday or as needed.

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For detailed WEB information concerning river stages and forecasts
for Central Alabama...go to:

         http://water.weather.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=bmx

For precipitation analysis...go to:

         www.srh.noaa.gov/serfc/qpfvsmap.shtml

For forecast precipitation...go to:

         www.srh.noaa.gov/serfc/?n=qpfpage

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