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A Snowy Afternoon

A weakening storm system will pass through the area this afternoon into this evening with light snow. However, the snow my be briefly heavy at times west of Battle Creek and south of I-96 during the mid to late afternoon. Most areas in southwest Michigan will get less than an inch of snow today. Between I-96 and I-94 up to 2 inches of snow is expected. Roads may become icy . Read More >

Summary

Much of Lower Michigan has had 3 to 7 inches of rain over the last week or so, which has caused widespread flooding across the area.

River Level Charts

The blue curve on the left half of the chart is the measured river level over the past several days.

The purple curve on the right half of the chart is the forecast river level over the next week.

Forecasts take into account any expected precipitation over the next 24 hours.

Click on a chart for additional information about that river point, including flood impact levels and crest history.

Click here for current information on all river levels around the area. The river points below are only a partial selection.

 

Grand River Basin

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Grand River at Lansing

 

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Grand River at Ionia

 

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Grand River at Lowell

 

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Grand River at Ada

 

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Grand River at Comstock Park

 

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Grand River at Grand Rapids

 

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Grand River at Robinson Township

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Maple River at Maple Rapids

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Red Cedar River at East Lansing

 

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Thornapple River at Hastings

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Thornapple River at Caledonia

 

 


 

 

Muskegon River, Kalamazoo River, Portage River, Chippewa River, Pine River

 

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Muskegon River at Evart Muskegon River at Croton Muskegon River at Newaygo

 

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Muskegon River at Bridgeton

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Kalamazoo River at Comstock

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Portage River at Vicksburg

     

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Chippewa River below Mt. Pleasant

 

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Pine River at Alma

 

                                                                   
     

 

Notable Facts about this Flood

  • The Chippewa River at Mt. Pleasant reached its 7th highest crest in history.
  • The Pine River at Alma reached its 4th highest crest in history.
  • The Thornapple River at Hastings reached its 6th highest crest in history.
  • The Grand River at Ionia reached its 7th highest crest in history
  • The Grand River at Lowell reached it's 8th highest crest in history
  • The Grand River at Ada reached its 4th highest crest in history
  • The Grand River at Comstock Park reached it's 7th highest crest in history
  • The Grand River at Grand Rapids reached its 4th highest crest in history

                                                                  

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