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https://www.mrcti.org/ / Mississippi River Cities & Towns Initiative

A year after historic flooding, Mississippi River communities are struggling to make ends meet during the pandemic. 

https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/probability_information.php?wfo=dvn&gage=rcki2 / National Weather Service of the Quad Cities

The chance of major flooding on the Mississippi River in the Quad Cities has dropped dramatically over the past six weeks. Herb Trix reports. 


WVIK News

Taking advantage of some dry weather, crews from the city of Davenport, have finished building a temporary floodwall along River Drive between Pershing and Iowa streets. The Mississippi River is now forecast to crest Friday, at the 17.9 foot level which is 2.9 feet above flood stage.

National Weather Service

Moderate flooding is occurring along the Mississippi River from Dubuque to Burlington.

https://www.weather.gov/dvn/weatherstory / National Weather Service of the Quad Cities

March was a little bit warmer and wetter than usual, and that's what we can expect for the next three months, too. 

https://www.weather.gov/media/dvn/Hydro/2020/SpringFloodInfo2Pager_Mar12.pdf / National Weather Service of the Quad Cities

Some of the snow that could cause spring flooding on the Mississippi River has melted. That's according to the final Spring Flood Outlook from the National Weather Service in the Quad Cities

https://www.weather.gov/media/dvn/Hydro/2020/QuadCities_2020SpringFloodOutlook-20200227.pdf / National Weather Service of the Quad Cities

The risk of major flooding on the Mississippi River remains high. That's according to the second Spring Flood Outlook from the National Weather Service in the Quad Cities. (Watch the webinar below for details.)

https://tinyurl.com/wz8jwo9 / Scott County, Iowa

Anyone who wants to get ready for spring flooding can learn how on Saturday. The Scott County Emergency Management Agency, Davenport, and Buffalo will host "Leap into Flood Preparation" at Modern Woodmen Park. The resource fair is for property owners and others affected by flooding in the Quad Cities and surrounding areas.

Quad Cities National Weather Service

For the second year in a row, the risk of major flooding on the Mississippi River is high. Today, the National Weather Service in the Quad Cities released its first Spring Flood Outlook.

Michelle O'Neill reports the agency held a press conference at its office in Davenport following last year's record flood. 


National Weather Service

A flood-prone neighborhood in Bettendorf will soon lose some more of its residents. Last week, the city received a federal grant that will allow it to buy out up to 22 homes near Duck Creek.

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