(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) Forecasts for the Missouri River continue to fluctuate as flooding continues in parts of northwest Missouri and southeast Nebraska.
Missouri River levels as of Monday morning:
St. Joseph: 25.97 feet, as of 10:30 a.m., moderate flood stage.
Rulo, Neb.: 26.74 feet, as of 11:30 a.m., major flood stage.
Brownville, Neb.: 43.72 feet, as of 11:15 a.m., major flood stage.
Atchison, Kan.: 28.16 feet, as of 11:00 a.m., moderate flood stage.
Latest forecast as of Monday morning from the National Weather Service:
St. Joseph: Crest of 28.3 feet on Thursday.
Rulo, Neb.: Crest of 26.9 feet on Wednesday.
Brownville, Neb.: Crest of 46.1 feet on Tuesday.
Athcison, Kan.: Crest of 30.9 feet on Thursday.
- River forecasts fluctuate, major flooding still forecast
- Missouri River reaches major flood stage, crest forecast rises
- Missouri River rising, nearing major flood stage in St. Joseph
- Lower crest expected, major flooding still forecast in St. Joseph
- Rulo, Nebraska Missouri River gauge reaches major flood status, first time since 2011
- Missouri River falls below major flood stage, first time since March 20
- Flooding Fallout: Roads damaged after terrible Missouri River flooding
- KQ2 Forecast: Cooler Tuesday forecast
- KQ2 Forecast: Missouri River falling as rain chances return to the forecast
- KQ2 Forecast: Continuing to watch Missouri River; Rain moves into the weekend forecast