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Guadalupe River near Bloomington Stage (ft)Flow (cfs)Observed: 13.09 ft at 9:30AM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 12.8 ft at 9:45AM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 12.82 ft at 10:00AM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 12.82 ft at 10:15AM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 12.84 ft at 10:30AM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 12.85 ft at 10:45AM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 12.88 ft at 11:00AM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 12.9 ft at 11:15AM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 12.91 ft at 11:30AM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 12.93 ft at 11:45AM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 12.95 ft at 12:00PM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 12.96 ft at 12:15PM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 12.98 ft at 12:30PM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 12.99 ft at 12:45PM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 13.01 ft at 1:00PM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 13.02 ft at 1:15PM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 13.03 ft at 1:30PM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 13.05 ft at 1:45PM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 13.06 ft at 2:00PM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 13.07 ft at 2:15PM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 13.09 ft at 2:30PM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 13.11 ft at 2:45PM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 13.11 ft at 3:00PM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 13.13 ft at 3:15PM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 13.13 ft at 3:30PM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 13.13 ft at 3:45PM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 13.17 ft at 4:00PM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 13.19 ft at 4:15PM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 13.2 ft at 4:30PM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 13.22 ft at 4:45PM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 13.22 ft at 5:00PM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 13.23 ft at 5:15PM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 13.24 ft at 5:30PM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 13.25 ft at 5:45PM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 13.26 ft at 6:00PM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 13.27 ft at 6:15PM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 13.28 ft at 6:30PM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 13.28 ft at 6:45PM Jun 27, 2017Observed: 13.29 ft at 7:00PM Jun 27, 2017Highest Observation: 13.3 ft at 7:15PM Jun 27, 2017Highest Observation: 13.3 ft at 7:30PM Jun 27, 2017Highest Observation: 13.3 ft at 7:45PM Jun 27, 2017Highest Observation: 13.3 ft at 7:46PM Jun 27, 2017Highest Observation: 13.3 ft at 8:00PM Jun 27, 2017Forecast: 14 ft 1:00AM Jun 28, 2017Highest Forecast: 14.2 ft 7:00AM Jun 28, 2017Highest Forecast: 14.2 ft 1:00PM Jun 28, 2017Forecast: 14 ft 7:00PM Jun 28, 2017Forecast: 13.8 ft 1:00AM Jun 29, 2017Forecast: 13.7 ft 7:00AM Jun 29, 2017Forecast: 13.6 ft 1:00PM Jun 29, 2017Forecast: 13.5 ft 7:00PM Jun 29, 2017Forecast: 13.5 ft 1:00AM Jun 30, 2017Forecast: 13.6 ft 7:00AM Jun 30, 2017Forecast: 13.6 ft 1:00PM Jun 30, 2017Forecast: 13.7 ft 7:00PM Jun 30, 2017Forecast: 13.8 ft 1:00AM Jul 01, 2017Forecast: 13.8 ft 7:00AM Jul 01, 2017Forecast: 13.8 ft 1:00PM Jul 01, 2017Forecast: 13.7 ft 7:00PM Jul 01, 2017Forecast: 13.6 ft 1:00AM Jul 02, 2017Forecast: 13.5 ft 7:00AM Jul 02, 2017USGS--Water Resources of the United StatesDUPT2(plotting HGIRG) Graph Created (9:01PM Jun 27, 2017)ObservedForecast (issued 7:59AM Jun 27)Latest observed value: 13.3 ft at 8:00 PM CDT 27-Jun-2017. Flood Stage is 20 ft
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Datum: NAVD88
NOTE: Forecasts for the Guadalupe River near Bloomington are issued routinely year-round.
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Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage: 27
Moderate Flood Stage: 24
Flood Stage: 20
Action Stage: 20
Low Stage (in feet): 0

Historic Crests
(1) 34.00 ft on 10/21/1998
(2) 28.81 ft on 11/27/2004
(3) 28.50 ft on 09/04/1981
(4) 28.20 ft on 06/08/1987
(5) 27.84 ft on 07/12/2002
(6) 27.21 ft on 12/01/2004
(7) 27.20 ft on 12/27/1991
(8) 27.10 ft on 05/31/2015
(9) 27.10 ft on 02/09/1992
(10) 27.03 ft on 07/03/2007
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 21.41 ft on 02/24/2017
(2) 22.39 ft on 01/22/2017
(3) 25.32 ft on 12/09/2016
(4) 19.01 ft on 09/30/2016
(5) 25.64 ft on 08/26/2016
(6) 26.73 ft on 06/07/2016
(7) 26.91 ft on 05/24/2016
(8) 25.61 ft on 04/23/2016
(9) 24.33 ft on 03/11/2016
(10) 22.12 ft on 11/21/2015
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

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Currently none available.
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34 This is the flood of record, which caused massive lowland flooding
28 Major flooding approaches the river levees near the San Antonio River confluence. Miles of Highway 35 and the flood plain near it flood, cutting off many homes and flooding a fishing camp near Tivoli. Hundreds of livestock are cut off and potentially drown
27.5 Major flooding occurs, isolating livestock. The river floods equipment and livestock in the flood plain and can flood residences downstream near Tivoli. Highway 35 east of Tivoli floods
27 Major flooding occurs. Flow downstream near Highway 35 is several hundred yards wide, cutting off many of the lowest homes. Livestock are cut off and could drown. Pumps, tank batteries, and any equipment in the flood plain below Victoria are flooded. The campground near Tivoli below Highway 35 and residences just above Highway 35 are flooded
26 Irrigation and oil well pumps, tank batteries, and equipment in the lower flood plain below Victoria flood. Livestock are cut off, may have to be fed by boat, and could drown. Homes downstream above Highway 35 on the left bank are cut off
24 Moderate lowland flooding occurs, with the river reaching well into the flood plain. Any oil tank batteries, pump jacks, and secondary roads near the river may be flooded
20 Minor lowland flooding occurs, with the flow reaching the right flood plain near the Invista Plant near Bloomington. Downstream above Highway 35, the flow escapes into the left flood plain cutting off the lowest homes
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Latitude: 28.661944° N, Longitude: 96.965278° W, Horizontal Datum: NAD83/WGS84

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Gauge Height Flood Stage Uses
NWS stage 0 ft 20 ft Interpreting hydrographs and NWS watch, warnings, and forecasts, and inundation maps
Vertical Datum Elevation
(gauge height = 0)
(gauge height = flood stage)
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NAVD88 Not Available Not Available Survey grade GPS equipment, FEMA flood plain maps, newer USGS topographic maps
NGVD 29 0 ft 20 ft Older USGS topographic maps, NGVD29 benchmarks
MSL Not Available Not Available Older USGS topographic maps, MSL benchmarks
Other Not Available Not Available  

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