River Forecast Point Monitor by NWS WFO

This page produces a summary listing for National Weather Service Flood Forecast Points when the point is currently in a flood warning state. The IEM processes the flood warning products and attempts to extract the important details regarding flood state, severity, forecasted stage and impact.

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Cedar River
Cedar Falls
CEDI4
Black Hawk, At 1:45 PM Monday the stage was 86.8 feet, or 1.2 feet below Flood Stage.Flood Stage is 88.0 feet.Forecast...rise to Flood Stage Tuesday morning. Continue rising to 89.4 feet, or 1.4 feet above Flood Stage, Wednesday morning. Then begin falling and go below Flood Stage Thursday evening.Impact... At 89.0 feet, Water is at the edge of 1712 Cottage Row Road. The northeast corner of Tourist Park floods.
West Fork Des Moines River
Humboldt
HBTI4
Humboldt, At 2:15 PM Monday the stage was 9.8 feet, or 0.2 feet below Flood Stage.Flood Stage is 10.0 feet.Forecast...rise to Flood Stage Tuesday morning. Continue rising to 10.3 feet, or 0.3 feet above Flood Stage, early Thursday morning. Then begin falling and go below Flood Stage Sunday afternoon.Impact... At 10.0 feet, Water impacts some homes along Country Club Drive. Sandbagging occurs at the water treatment plant.
Estherville
ESVI4
Emmet, At 3:00 PM Monday the stage was 10.5 feet, or 2.5 feet above Flood Stage.Flood Stage is 8.0 feet.Forecast...rise to 10.7 feet, or 2.7 feet above Flood Stage, Wednesday afternoon. Then begin falling.Impact... At 10.0 feet, There is extensive lowland flooding particularly over the parkland areas near the river.