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Condition Monitoring Report  
Station Number: MO-NW-4
Station Name: Shoal Creek Estates 0.2 SE
Report Date: 5/25/2019
Submitted: 5/25/2019 7:26 AM
Scale Bar: Severely Wet
We have gone to the now wettest spring in many years with nearly ten inches of rain this week (9.8") in the seven day reporting period. The creeks and rivers are above flood stages by many feet.  Shoal Creek crested at about 17 feet Friday and we have had more rain since then.  Grass and fields are growing rapidly but need Sunshine.  Many Tornadoes (EF-0 -- EF-3) reported in the area and property damage was extensive in Carl Junction.  Three people killed and many with some injury.  Wildlife is active with some having to seek new shelter.  Many roads are washed or covered with flood water (Ours included) for several days now.  Fire danger is low except as caused by downed lines due to the continuous storms.  Many water rescues have been made every day.  Water supplies in most cities have not been compromised, although a few have issued cautions and boil orders.  Tourism and recreational facilities along creeks and rivers are somewhat restricted and considered dangerous for this Memorial Day Weekend.  
Categories: General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Society & Public Health
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality