USGS: USGS Streamgage Measures Significant Flooding in St. Paul (6/23/2014)

Streamflow at the USGS streamgage on the Mississippi at St. Paul (streamgage 05331000) was 98,700 cubic feet per second (cfs) and rising on Monday morning, June 23. The National Weather Service currently forecasts a flood peak of 20.5 feet and about 119,000 cfs on June 26, which would make the current event the sixth greatest St. Paul flood since record keeping began at the location in 1892.

Source: www.usgs.gov

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