Flooding has begun on numerous rivers, days of flooding expected

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CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KCRG-TV9) - Many rivers continue to rise after heavy rains the past few days. River crest levels and times may shift depending on where and how much additional rain falls. River forecasts include the rain that's expected within the next 24 hours of when the forecast is issued. These are the forecasts as of Tuesday afternoon. Check kcrg.com for new information each day.

NewsDrone9 shows the Cedar River covering Otis Road SE on September 4, 2018.

If a location is not listed, it is either because there is no forecast information for there, or because no flooding is expected.

Cedar River

Cedar Falls
- Until further notice.
- Flood Stage is 88.0 feet.
- Forecast: rise to 92.9 feet, or 4.9 feet above Flood Stage, Friday afternoon. Then begin falling.
- Impact: At 92.8 feet, Water covers Grant Street at Horty Street. Water covers Lincoln Street west of Independence Avenue. Water covers Independence Avenue. Tourist Park floods.

Waterloo
- Until late Sunday evening.
- Flood Stage is 13.0 feet.
- Forecast: Rise to 16.7 feet, or 3.7 feet above Flood Stage, Friday afternoon. Then begin falling and go below Flood Stage late Sunday evening.
- Impact: At 16.0 feet, The Riverview Recreation Area is closed.

Vinton
- Until Monday morning.
- Flood stage is 15.0 feet.
- Forecast: Rise to 17.0 feet Wednesday evening. The river will fall below flood stage Monday morning.
- Impact: At 15.0 feet, Minor Flood Stage, agricultural and low land flooding is ongoing. Water affects much of 22nd Avenue Road northwest of Vinton.

Cedar Rapids
- Until further notice.
- Flood stage is 12.0 feet.
- Forecast: Rise to 16.5 feet Thursday, then begin falling.
- Impact: At 16.5 feet, water affects the lowest sections of Ellis Road NW near the Ellis Pool and affects the entrance road to Ellis Boat Harbor on Ellis Road NW in Cedar Rapids.

Conesville
- Until further notice.
- Flood stage is 13.0 feet.
- Forecast: Rise above flood stage today and continue rising to 16.5 feet Sunday morning.
- Impact: At 16.5 feet, water affects County Road G28.

Iowa River

Tama
- Until Thursday afternoon.
- Flood Stage is 12.5 feet.
- Forecast: rise to Flood Stage Wednesday evening.
- Impact: At 12.5 feet, Backwater from the Iowa River covers portions of Business 30 and South Prospect Drive in Toledo.

Marengo
- Until further notice.
- Flood stage is 14.0 feet.
- Forecast: Rise to 18.5 feet Tuesday evening.
- Impact: At 18.0 feet, water breaches the mill race dikes near Middle Amana affecting the Amana Refrigeration parking lot and southeast exterior of the plant.

Coralville Lake
- Forecast: Rise to 708.4 feet September 17.
- Spillway Crest: 712.0 feet.
- Impact: At 707.5 feet, water is over the entrance road to Scales Point.

Columbus Junction
- Until further notice.
- Flood stage is 19.0 feet.
- Forecast: Rise above flood stage Wednesday morning and continue rising to 23.8 feet Sunday morning.
- Impact: At 23.0 feet, water affects residential property along the river south of the Iowa Highway 92 bridge.

Wapsipinicon River

Independence
- Flood stage is 12.0 feet.
- Forecast: Rise to 15.2 feet Wednesday. Fall below flood stage Sunday morning.
- Impact: At 15.0 feet, water affects the cemetery on the south side of Independence. In Littleton, water affects residences along Water, State, and Benton Streets, and cabins west of the river.

Anamosa
- Until further notice.
- Flood stage is 14.5 feet.
- Forecast: Rise to 21.6 feet Friday morning, then begin falling.
- Impact: At 21.6 feet, County Road X64 between Oxford Junction and Oxford Mills is closed.

Maquoketa River

Maquoketa
- Until Wednesday morning.
- Flood stage is 24.0 feet.
- Forecast: Fall below flood stage Wednesday morning.
- Impact: At 24.0 feet, Minor Flood Stage. water affects agricultural land in the Maquoketa area and causes backups of storm sewers in town.

English River

Kalona
- Until Wednesday.
- Flood stage is 14.0 feet.
- Forecast: Fall below flood stage Wednesday.
- Impact: At 14.0 feet, agricultural land along the river begins to flood.

North Skunk River

Sigourney
- Until Sunday evening.
- Flood stage is 16.0 feet.
- Forecast: Rise above flood stage Tuesday evening and continue rising to 19.2 feet Wednesday evening. The river will fall below flood stage Sunday evening.
- Impact: At 18.0 feet, water affects most agricultural land near Sigourney.