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Branson, Mo Flood 2011

Table Rock and Taneycomo Flooding

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Observations by a 33 year Local!

As Accurate as my Memory Allows - Which is getting worse??

April 2011

Branson, Mo Weather Radar

Branson Short Forecast (Advisory)

Branson Weather Sum (Advisory)

Branson 7 Day Forecast

Branson Landing and Fountain (err Fish Pond)
Lake Taneycomo at Flood stageBranson Landing Boardwalk and Service drive
Picture taken from the Macroni GrillBranson Landing Boardwalk and Service driveBranson Landing Boardwalk and Service drive
Picture take from GarfieldsBranson Landing - Fish House
Notice the boat dock above the Fish House - It cruised on down the lake to TaneycomoBranson Landing Boardwalk and Service drive
Picture take from GarfieldsBranson Landing Fountain
Now Branson Landing Fish Pond
Taneycomo at Flood stage
Branson Landing Boardwalk and Service drive
Branson Land - Taneycomo at Flood stageBranson Landing
Taneycomo at Flood stage

Branson Landing Fountain (er Trout Pond)

Boardwalk and Service Road

Picture taken from Garfield's

Boardwalk and Service Road

Picture taken from Marconi Grill

Boardwalk and Service Road

Picture taken from The Fountain

Branson Landing Fish House and Dock

The Bass Pro boat dock and store that you see in this picture (above the Fish House) broke loose under the current, and floated into the Fish House.  It was temporarily secured to the Fish House, but later broke loose again .  The Fish House itself also started to move downstream.  Massive temporary cables were then attached to the Fish House and anchored into the parking lot.  Thanks to our emergency crews, the Fish House is temporarily secured, and  a far worse disaster was prevented.

 

The larger dock was now free and floating into the main channel, headed for Powersite Dam.  Emergency crews determined that due to the size of the dock and the strength of the current, nothing could safely be done but let it drift.   As the large dock came around the last bend with the Powersite Dam in view, it drifted slightly out of the main current.  Empire crews joined the emergency workers and were able to push the dock to the edge of a cove and resecure it temporarily, saving a far worse disaster of the large dock going over the Dam adjacent to the power station.

 

One smaller dock did go over the dam - it has not been seen since.

 

I like the local Forsyth resident’s comments concerning the Large Dock now anchored just above Powersite Dam, “Can we keep it - Can we keep It?”

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Table Rock Lake

Historic Kimberling Bridge Flooding History

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