River Statement
Issued by NWS Grand Rapids, MI

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Hydrologic Statement
National Weather Service Grand Rapids MI
844 PM EDT Sat Apr 21 2018

...Water levels are high or forecast to have significant rises for
the following rivers or creeks:  Pere Marquette River at
Scottville...Muskegon River at Bridgeton...

.Melting snow in northern portions of the Muskegon River basin will
cause the river to rise slightly over the next couple days.
Elsewhere, rivers have crested and are now falling. The following
forecast is based on observed and forecast 24 hour precipitation.

For the Pere Marquette River Near Scottville... the latest stage was
3.8 feet at 8 PM Saturday.   No flooding is forecast.  The maximum
stage forecasted is 4.1 feet Monday morning.  Flood stage is 5.5
feet.  At 4.0 feet... River is bankfull. Overflow of low lying areas
adjacent to the river occurs.

For the Muskegon River at Bridgeton... the latest stage was 12.0 feet
at 8 PM Saturday.   No flooding is forecast.  The maximum stage
forecasted is 12.3 feet tomorrow early afternoon.  Flood stage is
13.0 feet.  At 12.0 feet... The river is bankfull.  .

Safety message...Caution is urged when walking near riverbanks.

Stay tuned to further developments by listening to your local
radio... television... or NOAA Weather Radio station for further
information.

&&

                   Flood  Observed              Forecast 7PM
Location           Stage   Stage   Day Time    Sun   Mon   Tue

Pere Marquette River
  Scottville         5.5    3.8    Sat 08 PM   4.0   4.1   4.0

Muskegon River
  Bridgeton         13.0   12.0    Sat 08 PM  12.3  12.1  11.9

$$

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