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Some sunshine today and slightly warm, then a wet midweek

Highs will range from 65 to 70 degrees today. Tomorrow a warm front will trigger showers and scattered thunderstorms, mostly in the afternoon. Then the showers and thunderstorms will continue unto Thursday until the cold front comes through late in the day. Read More >


  • Recent heavy rains will cause rivers to rise.
  • Only minor flooding expected.

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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 48 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.


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Muskegon River at Evart Muskegon River near Croton Dam Little Muskegon River at Morley


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Chippewa River below Mt. Pleasant White River above Whitehall Rogue River at Rockford


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Grand River at Ionia Grand River at Lowell Grand River at Grand Rapids


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Grand River at Comstock Park Grand River at Robinson Township Thornapple River at Caledonia


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Sycamore Creek at Holt Looking Glass River at Eagle Thornapple River at Hastings


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Maple River at Maple Rapids Flat River at Smyrna Kalamazoo River near New Richmond


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