Sunday morning and things are looking just a little bit better.

The flood level peak has been lowered to 23.5 feet, expected to crest at 7:00 a.m. Tuesday morning.

Here's the latest from NOAA:

* At  5:00 AM Sunday the stage was 10.4 feet...and rising.
* Flood stage is  12 feet.
* No flooding is occurring and Major flooding is forecast.
* Uncertainty remains on forecast rainfall and how water routes
  through the river system. Forecasts may change.
* Forecast...Rise above flood stage today...and continue rising to
  23.5 feet Tuesday morning. Fall below flood stage Saturday
  morning.
* Impact...At  23.5 feet...Water reaches the bottom of the County
  Road F28 bridge deck at Cedar Bluff.

 

According to NOAA, here is how the impact affects Cedar Rapids.

Level -             Impact -

23.5 Water reaches the bottom of the County Road F28 bridge deck at Cedar Bluff.
22.5 Water reaches the top of a levee along 1st Street SW in Cedar Rapids.
22.2 Water reaches the bottom of the 2nd Avenue bridge deck in downtown Cedar Rapids.
20.2 Water reaches the bottom of the 3rd Avenue bridge deck and affects several homes along the river on 1st Street NW in Cedar Rapids.
19.5 Water reaches the bottom of the Blairs Ferry Road bridge deck.
19 Water reaches the bottom of a railroad bridge over the river near 1st Street NW and I Avenue NW in Cedar Rapids.
18.5 Water affects the lowest residences in Palo.
18.2 Water reaches the bottom of the railroad bridge along 8th Avenue in Cedar Rapids.
18 Water affects the lowest sections of Edgewood Road NW between Ellis Road NW and the Cedar River.
17.7 Water affects the lowest sections of the main road through Ellis Boat Harbor on Ellis Road NW. Water affects the lowest sections of Blairs Ferry Road near the Cedar River.
16.5 Water affects the lowest sections of Ellis Road NW near the Ellis Pool and affects the entrance road to Ellis Boat Harbor on Ellis Road NW in Cedar Rapids.

[source: NOAA]