With gradual snow melt, Iowa’s spring flood risk remains ‘normal’ News,Published on: March 10th, 2021

With gradual snow melt, Iowa’s spring flood risk remains normal Iowa,Published on: March 5th, 2021

Young Receives Regents Staff Excellence Award—Hydroscience & Engineering,Published on: May 20th, 2020

Iowa Flood Center prepares for high water this spring

http:// Newsradio 1040,Published on: March 10th, 2020

Researcher: IA Flood Forecasts Becoming the Norm

http:// News Service,Published on: February 21st, 2020

Iowa “light years ahead” with flood forecasting services News ,Published on: December 26th, 2019

Iowa Flood Center says heavy snowfall may increase risk of spring flooding,Published on: February 18th, 2019

University of Iowa experts to discuss local flooding issues County News ,Published on: November 27th, 2018

Thoughts go out to Harvey flood victims

Our thoughts and deepest sympathies are with those impacted by the devastating floods caused by Hurricane Harvey.

Texas National Guard soldier helping with flood rescue.


Iowans remember the 2008 floods that wreaked havoc across our state. Through the chaos, we came together and built back a more resilient Iowa.

Iowa Flood Center experts reflect on the extreme flooding in Texas:

IFC Director Witold Krajewski compares Harvey flooding scenarios to Des Moines. View his interview with ABC Channel 5.

IFC Associate Director Nathan Young compares Iowa’s 2008 flood experience with that of the flooding in Texas. View his interview with KWWL-TV.

IFC Director Witold Krajewski describes the flooding in Texas as it relates to the 2008 catastrophic flood event in Iowa. View his interview with KFXA/KGAN-TV.

IFC climate research expert Gabriele Villarini offers some perspective on the flooding in Houston,Texas in response to Hurricane Harvey. View the interview with KCRG-TV.