Water levels falling on the Muskegon River | Environment
Water levels are falling on the Muskegon River.
According to the USGS website, the river flow at Evart is about 5300 cubic feet per second Monday morning, down from Saturday morning's peak of nearly 6500 cfs. The river level is also now dropping below flood stage after falling more than a foot.
However, the Muskegon River is still a few inches above flood stage near Croton, after falling a foot and a half from Friday's peak. At Croton, the water flow is still above 7200 cfs, compared to the average flow of about 2700 cfs.
Bear Creek near Muskegon dropped to 11 1/2 feet on Monday from its peak above 13 feet on Friday.