The Gov has declared I think it was 83 of 99 counties disaster areas at the last I heard. The river is supposed to crest at over 32', and the 1993 flood crested somewhere around 21'. I'm trying to remember the numbers, and these may be wrong, but just to give you an idea, this supposed to be around two fathoms higher than that other terrible flood that was fifteen years ago. The '93 flood was considered a 100-year flood, and the media's been throwing about the term 500-year flood, but really, there's no precedent at least since the area was settled by white people. I'm sure there are sites that I could link to, but it's be easier for you to Google them yourself at this point.
I'm safe for now, and it's really a matter of waiting for the waters to recede to assess what happens next. This is my first real I-never-thought-it-could-happen-to-me moment. I'm a refugee, an evacuee, and it's really an unreal and numbing experience.
I'll catch up on stuff and update as I can.