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Winter Storm to Impact the Western and Central U.S.

A developing storm will impact the western mountain ranges through Thursday. This storm will track inland across portions of the Rockies, High Plains and upper Mississippi River Valley for the remainder of this week. Further south, the chance for severe weather will extend from the Ohio Valley into the lower Mississippi River Valley Friday into Friday night. Read More >

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Latest 5-Day Precipitation Forecast  

 

 

 

 

 

Area Forecast Discussion

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Current Flood Warning Statements

 

CPC Soil Moisture

River Levels - USGS

 


 
  Forecast Rainfall Amounts
The graphics below are for  6 hour rainfall amounts, from the most current time through 48 hours.
               
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Forecast High Temperatures
The graphics below are for  Maximum Temperatures for the next 7 days, from the most current time to day 7.
             
Today Tomorrow Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Day 7
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Forecast Low Temperatures
The graphics below are for  Minimum Temperatures for the next 7 days, from the most current time to day 7.
             
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Snow and Water Content Information

  Current Snow Depth        Current Snow Water Equivalent
Snow Depth Legend   Water Equivalent Legend
         
         
  Current Snow Temperature     Modeled Hourly Snow Melt
Snow Temperature Legend   Snow Melt Legend
         
 

 



Temperature and Precipitation Outlooks for Weeks 2 through 4

Week 2 Temperature Outlook          Week 2 Precipitation Outlook
 

 

   
 

 


 

Week 3 and 4 Temperature Outlook           Week 3 & 4 Precipitation Outlook
 

 


 

Mississippi River Highest Gage Height Records
 
Dubuque, IA Lock & Dam 11   25.69 ft   4/26/1965
Dubuque, IA Railroad Bridge   26.81 ft   4/26/1965
Bellevue, IA Lock & Dam 12   23.51 ft   4/26/1965
Fulton, IL Lock & Dam 13   24.75 ft   4/28/1965
Camanche, IA   24.65 ft   4/28/1965
Le Claire, IA Lock & Dam 14   17.75 ft   4/28/1965
Rock Island, IL Lock & Dam 15   22.70 ft   5/2/2019
Illinois City , IL Lock & Dam 16   24.10 ft   7/9/1993
Muscatine, IA   25.61 ft   7/9/1993
New Boston, IL Lock & Dam 17   25.90 ft   7/9/1993
Keithsburg, IL   24.49 ft   6/17/2008
Gladstone, IL Lock & Dam 18   22.46 ft   6/17/2008
Burlington, IA   25.73 ft   6/17/2008
Keokuk, IA Lock & Dam 19   27.58 ft   7/10/1993
Gregory Landing, MO   28.49 ft   7/9/1993

 

 

2020 Flood Outlook Webpage - Last Updated 3/12/2019


 

Chance of Exceedance Probabilities for the Next 3 Months
 

Probabilistic Hydrologic Outlook

 

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