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FLOOD STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
1059 AM CDT SUN AUG 31 2014

...THE FLOOD WARNING HAS BEEN EXTENDED FOR ALL OR PORTIONS OF THE
FOLLOWING RIVERS IN IOWA...NORTH RIVER...

  AFFECTING THE FOLLOWING COUNTIES IN IOWA...MADISON...WARREN

RIVER FORECASTS INCLUDE OBSERVED PRECIPITATION...AS WELL AS EXPECTED
PRECIPITATION OVER THE NEXT 24 HOURS.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

IF YOU ENCOUNTER A FLOODED AREA...TURN AROUND AND FIND AN ALTERNATE
ROUTE. TURN AROUND...DO NOT DROWN.

MORE INFORMATION...INCLUDING IMPACT STATEMENTS AND CREST HISTORIES
IS AVAILABLE ON THE WEB AT...  WWW.WEATHER.GOV/DESMOINES. IN THE
MENU ON THE LEFT HAND SIDE OF THE PAGE...CLICK ON THE RIVERS AND
LAKES LINK IN THE HYDROLOGY SECTION.

&&

IAC121-181-011559-
/O.EXT.KDMX.FL.W.0040.000000T0000Z-140902T0000Z/
/NRWI4.1.ER.140831T0119Z.140831T0630Z.140901T0000Z.NO/
1059 AM CDT SUN AUG 31 2014

...FLOOD WARNING NOW IN EFFECT UNTIL THIS EVENING...

THE FLOOD WARNING CONTINUES FOR
  THE NORTH RIVER NEAR NORWALK...OR FROM THE MADISON-WARREN COUNTY
  LINE...TO THE DES MOINES RIVER.
* UNTIL THIS EVENING.
* AT 10:15 AM SUNDAY THE STAGE WAS 22.7 FEET...OR 0.7 FEET ABOVE
  FLOOD STAGE.
* FLOOD STAGE IS 22.0 FEET.
* MINOR FLOODING IS OCCURRING AND IS FORECAST TO CONTINUE.
* FORECAST...GO BELOW FLOOD STAGE THIS EVENING.
* IMPACT...AT  22.0 FEET...SEVERAL RURAL GRAVEL ROADS ARE THREATENED.

&&

LAT...LON 4143 9379 4151 9361 4153 9346 4151 9344
      4138 9379 4143 9379

$$





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