Mississippi River at its lowest point in 10 years
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) - Our prolonged dry weather has resulted in low river levels.
The river stage at Memphis is -7.9 feet as of Tuesday afternoon October 4th.
As of Tuesday afternoon, the Mississippi River was at its lowest in the last 10-years with levels briefly going below -8.1 feet.
The river forecast takes water level up a little through October 9th and then back down by the middle of the month.
Little improvement is expected over the next month as dry weather will persist.
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