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  Hot Springs Stage (ft)Flow (kcfs)HTSN7(plotting HGIRZ) Graph Created (1:23PM Nov 7, 2012)Flood Stage is 13 ft
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Major Flood Stage:24
Moderate Flood Stage:17
Flood Stage:15
Action Stage:13

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34 WATER LEVELS IN TOWN WOULD BE AROUND 5 FEET HIGH.
28.6 RECORD FLOODING WILL BE OBSERVED...INUNDATING MUCH OF THE TOWN OF HOT SPRINGS.
26 NEAR RECORD FLOODING CAUSING WATER LEVELS IN TOWN TO BE AROUND 1 TO 3 FT HIGH.
23 MODERATE FLOODING...CAUSING WATER TO OVERSPREAD AREAS BETWEEN ANDREWS AVENUE AND BRIDGE STREET. WATER WILL ALSO REACH SEVERAL HOMES.
22 WATER WILL APPROACH CAMPING AREAS AND A FEW HOMES ALONG PAINTED ROCK ROAD. FLOODING AT THIS LEVEL WILL BE SIMILAR TO THE FLOODING THAT OCCURRED ON SEPTEMBER 17, 2004.
19 BACKWATER FROM THE FRENCH BROAD RIVER WILL CAUSE FURTHER FLOODING OF ROADS AND BRIDGES ALONG SPRING CREEK.
18.3 MODERATE FLOODING EXPECTED. FLOODING AT THIS LEVEL WILL BE SIMILAR TO THE FLOODING ON SEPTEMBER 9, 2004.
16 HOT SPRINGS SPA AND BATH HOUSE AREA WILL BEGIN TO FLOOD ALONG WITH PARTS OF RIVER AND SILVERMINE ROADS. FLOODING AT THIS LEVEL WILL BE SIMILAR TO FLOODING THAT OCCURRED ON MAY 6, 2003.
15 PARTS OF SILVERMINE AND RIVER ROAD WILL BEGIN TO FLOOD.
14.5 PARTS OF RIVER ROAD WILL BEGIN TO FLOOD.
13 AREAS ALONG SPRING CREEK WILL START TO FLOOD DUE TO BACKWATER AFFECTS AND WATER WILL APPROACH THE BOTTOM OF THE ANDREW AVE BRIDGE.
11 THE RIVER BEGINS TO FLOOD CAMPING AREAS AND BATH HOUSE AREA ON BOTH SIDES OF THE HIGHWAY 25/70 BRIDGE.
8.5 THE RIVER WILL OVER FLOW THE BANKS IN LOW LYING AREAS AND FLOOD PARTS OF RIVER ROAD UPSTREAM OF HIGHWAY 25.
2 2 INCH IN 2 HOURS OR LESS HERE AND FURTHER WEST AND SOUTHWEST WILL CAUSE FLOODING IN THE UPPER SHUT IN AREA AND THE LOWER SHUT IN ROAD AREAS. PRIVATE BRIDGES WILL LIKELY FLOOD TOO.
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Latitude: 35.893611° N, Longitude: 82.822500° W, Horizontal Datum: NAD83/WGS84

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