River levels continue to lower. Some areas have returned to below flood stage levels. A few are still dealing with flooding as of Monday morning (Sept. 26, 2016).

SHELL ROCK RIVER:

In  Shell Rock at 7:45 AM Monday morning, the Shell Rock River was measured at 14.13 feet with a flood stage of 13.5 feet. It is projected that the river will fall below flood stage later this evening.

CEDAR RIVER:

In Charles City, the Cedar River fell below flood stage (12 feet) Sunday night. At 7:30 AM Monday morning, the river was measured at 10.7 feet and continued to fall.

In Waverly, the Cedar River dropped below flood stage (12 feet) last night. At 8:15 AM Monday morning, the river had fallen to 10.59 feet.

In Janesville, minor flooding continued. At 7:45 AM Monday morning, the Cedar River was at 14.26 feet with a flood stage of 13 feet. The current projection has the river fallowing below flood stage late tonight.

In Cedar Falls, there is still major flooding. At 7:45 AM Monday morning, the river was measured at 96.69 feet with a flood stage of 88.0 feet. The NWS model has the Cedar River falling below flood stage until Friday around noon.

In Waterloo, major flooding continues. At 8:00 AM Monday morning, the river had fallen to 21.1 feet with a flood stage of 13.0 feet. The Cedar River is not expected to fall below flood stage until Thursday morning.

In Vinton at 8:15 AM Monday morning, the river had risen to 21.6 feet with a flood stage of 15.0 feet. The current model calls for the Cedar River at Vinton to start to lower. The forecast says the river will fall below flood stage Friday morning.