- Coosa River at Wetumpka- forecasted to crest on Tuesday morning at 44.8 feet in Action stage and less than one foot from Minor stage
- 35 feet Gold Star Park Boat Ramp and the River Walk are covered. Low lying farm land near the confluence of the Tallapoosa and Coosa Rivers begins to flood.
- 45 feet Extensive flooding of farm lands begins.
- 47 feet Flooding of some mobile homes upstream from Wetumpka begins. In addition water begins to enter the basements of some businesses in Wetumpka. At 48 feet some street flooding begins on the west bank of the river.
- Tallapoosa at Milstead- forecasted to crest on Monday at 40.5 feet in Minor flood stage.
- 40 feet Extensive flooding of pasture lands in the area occurs.
- Tallapoosa at Water Plant- forecasted to crest on Monday evening at 31.9 feet, in Minor flood stage and less than one foot from Moderate stage
- 25 feet Lower Wetumpka Road starts to flood. Extensive flooding of low lands occurs and livestock and farm equipment should be moved to higher ground.
- 28 feet expect Dozier Rd in Montgomery County to flood and the road and Emerald Mountain Expressway to close
- 32 feet Some residences along Lower Wetumpka Road…Brooks Road and Anderson Road become threatened. At higher stages evacuations may become necessary at Red Eagle Honor Farm.
- Alabama River at Montgomery- forecasted to crest on Tuesday morning at 44.6 feet, in Minor flood stage and less than one foot from Moderate stage
- 45 feet Residential flooding begins in portions of North Montgomery. Evacuations will likely be need at stages around 50 feet or higher.