- Flood Warning issued May 29 at 8:37PM CDT until June 04 at 1:00PM CDT by NWS
- Effective: 8:37 p.m. on Sunday, May 29, 2016
- Expires: 1 p.m. on Saturday, June 4, 2016
...The Flood Warning is cancelled for the following rivers in
102 River at Rosendale affecting Andrew and Buchanan Counties.
...The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in
Blackwater River near Blue Lick affecting Cooper and Saline
Grand River near Sumner affecting Carroll...Chariton...Linn and
Grand River near Brunswick affecting Carroll and Chariton Counties.
Marais Des Cygnes River at Osawatomie affecting Miami County.
Missouri River at St Joseph affecting Doniphan...Andrew and Buchanan
Missouri River at Sibley affecting Clay...Jackson and Ray Counties.
Missouri River at Napoleon affecting Jackson...Lafayette and Ray
Missouri River at Waverly affecting Carroll...Lafayette and Saline
Missouri River At Miami affecting Carroll...Chariton and Saline
Missouri River at Glasgow affecting Chariton...Howard and Saline
Missouri River at Boonville affecting Cooper and Howard Counties.
Platte River near Agency affecting Buchanan County.
Platte River At Sharps Station affecting Platte County.
Platte River near Platte City affecting Platte County.
Stranger Creek near Tonganoxie affecting Leavenworth County.
...The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in Kansas...
Marais Des Cygnes River at La Cygne affecting Linn County.
The Flood Warning continues for
The Missouri River At Miami.
* until Saturday afternoon.
* At 10:11 AM Sunday the stage was 28.1 feet.
* Flood stage is 18.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 28.5 feet by
early Monday morning. The river will fall below flood stage early
* At 28.0 feet...Agricultural levees may be overtopped. Flooding of
farmland, homes, and secondary roads behind levees is possible.
* At 18.0 feet...Low-lying rural areas outside of levees begin to
Location FS Stage Day/Time Forecast
Miami 18 28.1 Sun 10 AM 28.5 early Monday morning
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