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Dyer County, TN

THE FLOOD ADVISORY CONTINUES FOR
THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER AT CARUTHERSVILLE
* UNTIL FRIDAY APRIL 18.
* AT 9 PM THURSDAY THE STAGE WAS 29.5 FEET AND FALLING.
* FLOOD STAGE IS 32.0 FEET.
* FORECAST...THE RIVER WILL CONTINUE FALLING SLOWLY.
* AT 29.0 FEET...SHIPPING OPERATION SOUTH OF HELOISE IS BEING
FLOODED. ROADS INSIDE LEVEE SOUTH OF CARUTHERSVILLE ARE BEGINNING
TO FLOOD. CHISHOLM LAKE ROAD IS FLOODED SOUTH OF COCKLEBUR SLOUGH.
OVERBANK FLOODING BEGINS ON LOW LYING FARMLAND ALONG BOTH BANKS OF
THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER AND THE OBION RIVER IN NORTHWEST TENNESSEE.
OLD FORKED DEER RIVER BED IS BEGINNING TO FLOOD FIELDS IN THE HALES
POINT AREA SOUTH OF SUGGS ROAD.

$$

Lauderdale County, TN

THE FLOOD ADVISORY CONTINUES FOR
THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER AT CARUTHERSVILLE
* UNTIL FRIDAY APRIL 18.
* AT 9 PM THURSDAY THE STAGE WAS 29.5 FEET AND FALLING.
* FLOOD STAGE IS 32.0 FEET.
* FORECAST...THE RIVER WILL CONTINUE FALLING SLOWLY.
* AT 29.0 FEET...SHIPPING OPERATION SOUTH OF HELOISE IS BEING
FLOODED. ROADS INSIDE LEVEE SOUTH OF CARUTHERSVILLE ARE BEGINNING
TO FLOOD. CHISHOLM LAKE ROAD IS FLOODED SOUTH OF COCKLEBUR SLOUGH.
OVERBANK FLOODING BEGINS ON LOW LYING FARMLAND ALONG BOTH BANKS OF
THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER AND THE OBION RIVER IN NORTHWEST TENNESSEE.
OLD FORKED DEER RIVER BED IS BEGINNING TO FLOOD FIELDS IN THE HALES
POINT AREA SOUTH OF SUGGS ROAD.

$$

Tipton County, TN

THE FLOOD ADVISORY CONTINUES FOR
THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER AT OSCEOLA
* UNTIL SATURDAY APRIL 19.
* AT 9 PM THURSDAY THE STAGE WAS 25.5 FEET AND FALLING.
* FLOOD STAGE IS 28.0 FEET.
* FORECAST...THE RIVER WILL CONTINUE TO FALL SLOWLY..

$$

Mississippi County, AR

THE FLOOD ADVISORY CONTINUES FOR
THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER AT CARUTHERSVILLE
* UNTIL FRIDAY APRIL 18.
* AT 9 PM THURSDAY THE STAGE WAS 29.5 FEET AND FALLING.
* FLOOD STAGE IS 32.0 FEET.
* FORECAST...THE RIVER WILL CONTINUE FALLING SLOWLY.
* AT 29.0 FEET...SHIPPING OPERATION SOUTH OF HELOISE IS BEING
FLOODED. ROADS INSIDE LEVEE SOUTH OF CARUTHERSVILLE ARE BEGINNING
TO FLOOD. CHISHOLM LAKE ROAD IS FLOODED SOUTH OF COCKLEBUR SLOUGH.
OVERBANK FLOODING BEGINS ON LOW LYING FARMLAND ALONG BOTH BANKS OF
THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER AND THE OBION RIVER IN NORTHWEST TENNESSEE.
OLD FORKED DEER RIVER BED IS BEGINNING TO FLOOD FIELDS IN THE HALES
POINT AREA SOUTH OF SUGGS ROAD.

$$

Pemiscot County, MO

THE FLOOD ADVISORY CONTINUES FOR
THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER AT CARUTHERSVILLE
* UNTIL FRIDAY APRIL 18.
* AT 9 PM THURSDAY THE STAGE WAS 29.5 FEET AND FALLING.
* FLOOD STAGE IS 32.0 FEET.
* FORECAST...THE RIVER WILL CONTINUE FALLING SLOWLY.
* AT 29.0 FEET...SHIPPING OPERATION SOUTH OF HELOISE IS BEING
FLOODED. ROADS INSIDE LEVEE SOUTH OF CARUTHERSVILLE ARE BEGINNING
TO FLOOD. CHISHOLM LAKE ROAD IS FLOODED SOUTH OF COCKLEBUR SLOUGH.
OVERBANK FLOODING BEGINS ON LOW LYING FARMLAND ALONG BOTH BANKS OF
THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER AND THE OBION RIVER IN NORTHWEST TENNESSEE.
OLD FORKED DEER RIVER BED IS BEGINNING TO FLOOD FIELDS IN THE HALES
POINT AREA SOUTH OF SUGGS ROAD.

$$

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