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Cresco - Spillville - Eldorado - Clermont

Elgin - Elkader - Garber
 
Turkey River at Cresco 
**Forecast information not available for this location**
  
Flood Categories
Record Not available
Major 1137.5 feet
Moderate 1132.5 feet
Minor / Flood Stage 1128.5 feet
Action Stage 1125.5
  
Turkey River at Spillville 
**Flood impacts are not available for this location**
  
Flood Categories
Record 20.25 feet - 8/24/2016
Major 13 feet
Moderate 11 feet
Minor / Flood Stage 9 feet
Action Stage 7 feet
  
Turkey River Near Eldorado 
**Forecast information and flood impacts
are not available for this location**
Turkey River near Eldorado
  
Flood Categories
Record Not available
Major 17 feet
Moderate 15 feet
Minor / Flood Stage 13 feet
Action Stage 10 feet
 
Turkey River at Clermont
**Forecast information and flood impacts
are not available for this location**
Turkey River at Clermont
 
Flood Categories
Record Not available
Major 830 feet
Moderate 828 feet
Minor / Flood Stage 826 feet
Action Stage 822 feet
 
Turkey River at Elgin
**Forecast information and flood impacts
are not available for this location**
Turkey River near Elgin 6SE
  
Flood Categories
Record Not available
Major 774 feet
Moderate 770 feet
Minor / Flood Stage 766 feet
Action Stage 763 feet
 
Turkey River at Elkader
Turkey River at Elkader
  
Flood Categories
Record 27.77 - 6/10/2008
Major 20 feet
Moderate 16 feet
Minor / Flood Stage 12 feet
Action Stage 10 feet
  
River Level Impacts
12 ft Minor flooding occurs in areas near the river
 
Turkey River at Garber
**Forecasts are issued as needed during times of 
high water, but are not routinely available**
Turkey River at Garber
  
Flood Categories
Record 32.80 feet - 5/23/2004
Major 23 feet
Moderate 20 feet
Minor / Flood Stage 17 feet
Action Stage 14 feet
  
River Level Impacts
17 ft Minor flooding begins in the communities of Garber, Osterdock and Millville
19 ft County Road X3C at the south end of Garber becomes inundated
26 ft The earthen levee at Elkport is threatened, just upstream of Garber
31.5 ft The earthen levee at Elkport is overtopped