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Wyoming - 4,500 feet
At 4,500 feet, the lowest lying rivers would start to flood on the north and eastern borders of the state. The North Platte River would flood as far inland as Hartville, taking out Yoder, Torrington, Lingle and Fort Laramie. The Bighorn River from the north would flood its banks down through to Lucerne taking out all towns along the 789. The Powder and Cheyenne Rivers would converge in the northeastern corner of the state inundating the Newcastle, Upton, Pine Haven, Clearmont and Sheridan areas.

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