Most area rivers seeing improving conditions, Southside still dealing with lagtime flooding


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(WFXR) – The majority of area rivers have crested and are receding.

As of 9 p.m. Friday, here are some of the river levels and their crest:

RiverFriday Night’s Water LevelCrest
Roanoke River @ Roanoke7.4 feet15.89 feet
Dan River @ Danville17.49 feetNot reached
New River @ Radford12.3 feet21.71 feet
Roanoke River @ Randolph26.48 feetNot reached
Johns Creek @ Newcastle8.5 feet10.58 feet
James River @ Buchanan17 feet19.51 feet
Roanoke River @ Altavista21.6 feet23.59 feet
Tinker Creek @ Roanoke7 feet14.77 feet
James River @ Holcomb Rock18 feet19.79 feet
Craig Creek @ Parr13 feet16.2 feet
New River @ Glen Lyn13.3 feet18.93 feet
Roanoke River @ Glenvar9 feet14.14 feet
Dan River @ South Boston27.19 feetNot reached
Dan River @ Paces27.29 feetNot reached

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