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Lewistown Weather - Juniata River Flood Stage & Forecast - abc27 WHTM



Flood Impacts:

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Widespread inundation occurs on both banks of the river. A large portion of Lewistown is affected by flood waters.

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The right...or south bank begins to overflow. Expect water up to 6 feet deep in houses on West Elizabeth Street. Expect water up to 2 feet deep in houses on South Main Street.

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Widespread inundation occurs in and around Lewistown. Water reaches South Main Street.

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Considerable flood damage occurs to homes and businesses in and around Lewistown.

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Several homes on West Elizabeth Street will flood. Route 22 is also affected.

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Basement flooding occurs in the low lying areas adjacent to the river and Kishacoquillas Creek. Athletic fields will be inundated.

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Basements of a few homes in the lowest lying areas will flood. Backwater on Kishacoquillas Creek will affect the athletic fields.

(Image and information courtesy of the National Weather Service)
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