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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. 


National Weather Service

Two weeks after it crested in the Quad Cities, the Mississippi River has finally fallen below flood stage. The National Weather Service says Thursday morning it measured two-tenths of a foot below flood stage, and it will continue to fall. 

Moderate Flooding in QC

Mar 30, 2020

The Mississippi River is causing moderate flooding in the Quad Cities on Monday, and should crest tonight slightly higher, at nearly a foot and-a-half above flood stage. Then it should drop half a foot, slowly during the next week.

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This winter was drier and warmer than usual in the Quad Cities. 

https://www.weather.gov/media/dvn/sitreport/SitReport1.pdf / National Weather Service of the Quad Cities

For more information click HEREWinter Snow WATCH SitReport by Michelle O'Neill on Scribd (Source)

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. 


Quad Cities National Weather Service

The National Weather Service in the Quad Cities is working out a couple of kinks after issuing its first Snow Squall Warning Monday. 

National Weather Service

It was a wet fall in the Quad Cities. The National Weather Service recorded 13.3 inches of rain during September, October, and November. 

https://www.weather.gov/media/dvn/Hydro/NWSQuadCitiesAdvancedSpringFloodOutlook_112019.pdf / National Weather Service of the Quad Cities

This wet, cold weather does not bode well for the chances of flooding next spring.

Michelle O'Neill reports meteorologists at the National Weather Service in the Quad Cities are concerned because current, high river levels and precipitation this fall already point to an increased risk of spring flooding.

Mississippi River in QC to Hold Steady

Oct 23, 2019
National Weather Service

After falling three quarters of a foot since Sunday, the Mississippi River in the Quad Cities is expected to hold at half a foot above flood stage into next week.

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