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Possible flooding along St. Louis riverfront

Possible flooding along St. Louis riverfront Photo Source: Tim Wilund

Heavy rains mean more flooding is possible along the St. Louis riverfront.  The National Weather Service has issued a flood warning for the Mississippi river from Alton to Chester.  Weather Service officials say flood warning is the result of heavy rainfall across upstream portions of the basin over the past 48 hours.  The river is forecast to rise above flood stage late thursday night and continue rising to near 32.1 feet saturday morning, additional rises are likely thereafter.

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