What the river levels are and how high they’re expected to get

Flood warnings were issued along portions of the Mississippi, Wapsipinicon, and Cedar Rivers around the QC.

A spokesperson from the National Weather Service said that “additional heavy rains over the next several days may cause the river levels to rise higher than currently forecast.”

The Mississippi River at Dubuque was at 17.2 feet and rising Sunday morning, June 22, 2014. The flood stage there is 17 feet. The river is expected to remain steady and begin falling. At 17 feet water affects homes in Shore Acres in East Dubuque. At 18 feet water affects Basten Road in East Dubuque.

The Mississippi River at Camanche surpassed its 17 foot flood stage Sunday evening. Water was expected to continue rising to 17.5 feet by Wednesday.  At 17 feet water affects low-lying residences at Albany.

The Mississippi River at Keithsburg was at14.95 feet Sunday evening and was expected to continue rising to 16.7 feet on Sunday.  At 16 feet water affects houses on 1st Street in Oquawka.

The Mississippi River at Rock Island Lock and Dam 15 was at 15.84 feet Sunday evening.  Moderate flooding was happening and water was expected to rise to  16.2 feet Thursday morning.  At 16 feet water affects sidewalks along the river at LeClaire Park.  Water also affects Credit Island Lane and the 4700 block of River Drive in Moline.

Related: Rock Island closes portions of bike path and roadway for flood preparations

The Mississippi River at Gladstone Lock and Dam 18 was at 11.54 feet Sunday evening and rising. The flood stage there is 10 feet and the river was expected to rise to 13.7 feet Saturday evening.

The Mississippi River at Burlington was out of its banks Sunday evening at 16.5 feet. The flood stage there is 15 feet and major flooding was forecast. Water was expected to rise to 18.5 feet by Saturday evening, June 28.  At 18 feet water affects the Burlington Auditorium parking lot and Bluff Harbor Marina also. In Fort Madison water affects North Shore Marina and in Dallas City water affects 1st Street at the ballpark.

The Mississippi River at New Boston Lock and Dam 17 was at 15.87 feet Sunday afternoon and moderate flooding was forecast. The flood stage there is 15 feet. The water was expected to continue rising to 17.4 feet by Friday.

The Mississippi River at Muscatine was over its 16 foot flood stage Sunday evening. The river was expected to reach 17.7 feet Thursday. At 16 feet water affects the lower portion of the Riverside Park parking lot.

The Mississippi River at Illinois City Lock and Dam 16 was slightly above its 15 foot flood stage Sunday evening. Minor flooding was forecast and water was expected to rise to 15.5 feet Thursday morning.

The Mississippi River at Gregory Landing was at 13.6 feet Sunday morning. The flood stage there is 15 feet and the water was expected to rise above flood stage Monday, and eventually reach 17.5 feet Sunday morning, June 29.

The Wapsipinicon River near DeWitt 4s was at its 11 foot flood stage Saturday afternoon and was expected to continue rising to 12.8 feet by Thursday morning. At 12 feet water there affects Old U.S. Highway 61 near the river and affects an establishment near the Old U.S. 61 Highway Bridge.

The Wapsipinicon River near Anamosa Shaw Road was at 15.8 feet and rising Sunday morning. The flood stage there is 14 feet and moderate flooding was occurring. The water was expected to rise above flood stage Saturday evening and continue rising to 17.8 feet Monday morning, then fall below flood stage by Wednesday morning.

The Iowa River at Columbus Junction was rising toward its 19 foot flood stage Sunday morning. Moderate flooding was forecast and the river was expected to rise above flood stage Monday evening, continuing to rise to 22.5 feet by Friday.

The Iowa River and Marengo was at 14.9 feet Sunday morning. The flood stage there is 14 feet. The water levels were expected to rise to 15.5 feet Tuesday evening. At 16 feet water affects agricultural land along the river. Water is several feet deep in places.

The Iowa River at Wapello was at 18.7 feet and steady Sunday morning. The flood stage is 20 feet and forecasts said the water was going to rise above flood stage Monday evening and keep rising to 24.3 feet Friday evening. At 22 feet water affects residences near the U.S. Highway 61 Bridge.

The Cedar River at Vinton was at 14.8 feet and rising toward its 15 foot flood stage. The water was expected to rise above flood stage Sunday and continue rising to 17.2 feet by Monday morning. Water was expected to fall below flood stage Wednesday. At 15 feet water affects much of 22nd Avenue Road.

The Cedar River at Cedar Rapids was three feet below its 12 foot flood stage Sunday morning. The water was expected to rise above flood stage Sunday evening and continue on to 16.5 feet by Tuesday morning. At 16 feet water affects to lowest sections of Old River Road SW.

The Cedar River near Conesville was rising toward its 13 food flood stage Sunday morning. The river was expected to rise above flood stage Sunday and continue on to 16 feet Friday morning. At 16 feet water affects residences along County Road G28 and affects several gravel roads.

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