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North Canadian River near El Reno Stage (ft)Flow (kcfs)Observed: 3.09 ft at 12:30PM Nov 22, 2014Observed: 3.09 ft at 1:00PM Nov 22, 2014Observed: 3.08 ft at 1:30PM Nov 22, 2014Observed: 3.08 ft at 2:00PM Nov 22, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 2:30PM Nov 22, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 3:00PM Nov 22, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 3:30PM Nov 22, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 4:00PM Nov 22, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 4:30PM Nov 22, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 5:00PM Nov 22, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 5:30PM Nov 22, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 6:00PM Nov 22, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 6:30PM Nov 22, 2014Observed: 3.08 ft at 7:00PM Nov 22, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 7:30PM Nov 22, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 8:00PM Nov 22, 2014Observed: 3.08 ft at 8:30PM Nov 22, 2014Observed: 3.08 ft at 9:00PM Nov 22, 2014Observed: 3.08 ft at 9:30PM Nov 22, 2014Observed: 3.08 ft at 10:00PM Nov 22, 2014Observed: 3.08 ft at 10:30PM Nov 22, 2014Observed: 3.08 ft at 11:00PM Nov 22, 2014Observed: 3.08 ft at 11:30PM Nov 22, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 12:00AM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 12:30AM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.08 ft at 1:00AM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.08 ft at 1:30AM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.09 ft at 2:00AM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.09 ft at 2:30AM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.1 ft at 3:00AM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.09 ft at 3:30AM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.09 ft at 4:00AM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.09 ft at 4:30AM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.09 ft at 5:00AM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.08 ft at 5:30AM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.09 ft at 6:00AM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.08 ft at 6:30AM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.08 ft at 7:00AM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.08 ft at 7:30AM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.09 ft at 8:00AM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.09 ft at 8:30AM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.1 ft at 9:00AM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.1 ft at 9:30AM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.11 ft at 10:00AM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.11 ft at 10:30AM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.12 ft at 11:00AM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.11 ft at 11:30AM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.1 ft at 12:00PM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.11 ft at 12:30PM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.11 ft at 1:00PM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.11 ft at 1:30PM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.11 ft at 2:00PM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.12 ft at 2:30PM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.12 ft at 3:00PM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.11 ft at 3:30PM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.11 ft at 4:00PM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.13 ft at 4:30PM Nov 23, 2014Highest Observation: 3.15 ft at 5:00PM Nov 23, 2014Highest Observation: 3.15 ft at 5:30PM Nov 23, 2014Highest Observation: 3.15 ft at 6:00PM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.14 ft at 6:30PM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.13 ft at 7:00PM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.12 ft at 7:30PM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.12 ft at 8:00PM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.11 ft at 8:30PM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.11 ft at 9:00PM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.09 ft at 9:30PM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.08 ft at 10:00PM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.08 ft at 10:30PM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.08 ft at 11:00PM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 11:30PM Nov 23, 2014Observed: 3.08 ft at 12:00AM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.08 ft at 12:30AM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.08 ft at 1:00AM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.09 ft at 1:30AM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.08 ft at 2:00AM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.08 ft at 2:30AM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.08 ft at 3:00AM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.08 ft at 3:30AM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 4:00AM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.08 ft at 4:30AM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 5:00AM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 5:30AM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 6:00AM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 6:30AM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 7:00AM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 7:30AM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 8:00AM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 8:30AM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 9:00AM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 9:30AM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.08 ft at 10:00AM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.08 ft at 10:30AM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.09 ft at 11:00AM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.09 ft at 11:30AM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.1 ft at 12:00PM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.1 ft at 12:30PM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.1 ft at 1:00PM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.09 ft at 1:30PM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.09 ft at 2:00PM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.08 ft at 2:30PM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 3:00PM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 3:30PM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 4:00PM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 4:30PM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 5:00PM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 5:30PM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 6:00PM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 6:30PM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 7:00PM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 7:30PM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 8:00PM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 8:30PM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 9:00PM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 9:30PM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 10:00PM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 10:30PM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 11:00PM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 11:30PM Nov 24, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 12:00AM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 12:30AM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 1:00AM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 1:30AM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 2:00AM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 2:30AM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 3:00AM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 3:30AM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 4:00AM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 4:30AM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 5:00AM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 5:30AM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 6:00AM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 6:30AM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 7:00AM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 7:30AM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 8:00AM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 8:30AM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 9:00AM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 9:30AM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 10:00AM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 10:30AM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 11:00AM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 11:30AM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 12:00PM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 12:30PM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 1:00PM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 1:30PM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 2:00PM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 2:30PM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 3:00PM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 3:30PM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 4:00PM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 4:30PM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 5:00PM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 5:30PM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 6:00PM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 6:30PM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 7:00PM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 7:30PM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 8:00PM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 8:30PM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 9:00PM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 9:30PM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 10:00PM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 10:30PM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 11:00PM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 11:30PM Nov 25, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 12:00AM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 12:30AM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 1:00AM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 1:30AM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 2:00AM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 2:30AM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 3:00AM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 3:30AM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 4:00AM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 4:30AM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 5:00AM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 5:30AM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 6:00AM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 6:30AM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 7:00AM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 7:30AM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 8:00AM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 8:30AM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 9:00AM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 9:30AM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 10:00AM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 10:30AM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 11:00AM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 11:30AM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 12:00PM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 12:30PM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 1:00PM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 1:30PM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 2:00PM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 2:30PM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 3:00PM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 3:30PM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 4:00PM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 4:30PM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 5:00PM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 5:30PM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 6:00PM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 6:30PM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 7:00PM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 7:30PM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 8:00PM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 8:30PM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 9:00PM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 9:30PM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 10:00PM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 10:30PM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 11:00PM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 11:30PM Nov 26, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 12:00AM Nov 27, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 12:30AM Nov 27, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 1:00AM Nov 27, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 1:30AM Nov 27, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 2:00AM Nov 27, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 2:30AM Nov 27, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 3:00AM Nov 27, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 3:30AM Nov 27, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 4:00AM Nov 27, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 4:30AM Nov 27, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 5:00AM Nov 27, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 5:30AM Nov 27, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 6:00AM Nov 27, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 6:30AM Nov 27, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 7:00AM Nov 27, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 7:30AM Nov 27, 2014Observed: 3.07 ft at 8:00AM Nov 27, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 8:30AM Nov 27, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 9:00AM Nov 27, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 9:30AM Nov 27, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 10:00AM Nov 27, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 10:30AM Nov 27, 2014Observed: 3.06 ft at 11:00AM Nov 27, 2014Highest Forecast: 3.1 ft 6:00PM Nov 27, 2014Highest Forecast: 3.1 ft 12:00AM Nov 28, 2014Highest Forecast: 3.1 ft 6:00AM Nov 28, 2014Highest Forecast: 3.1 ft 12:00PM Nov 28, 2014Highest Forecast: 3.1 ft 6:00PM Nov 28, 2014Highest Forecast: 3.1 ft 12:00AM Nov 29, 2014Highest Forecast: 3.1 ft 6:00AM Nov 29, 2014Highest Forecast: 3.1 ft 12:00PM Nov 29, 2014Highest Forecast: 3.1 ft 6:00PM Nov 29, 2014Highest Forecast: 3.1 ft 12:00AM Nov 30, 2014Highest Forecast: 3.1 ft 6:00AM Nov 30, 2014Highest Forecast: 3.1 ft 12:00PM Nov 30, 2014Highest Forecast: 3.1 ft 6:00PM Nov 30, 2014Highest Forecast: 3.1 ft 12:00AM Dec 01, 2014Highest Forecast: 3.1 ft 6:00AM Dec 01, 2014Highest Forecast: 3.1 ft 12:00PM Dec 01, 2014Highest Forecast: 3.1 ft 6:00PM Dec 01, 2014Highest Forecast: 3.1 ft 12:00AM Dec 02, 2014Highest Forecast: 3.1 ft 6:00AM Dec 02, 2014USGS--Water Resources of the United StatesELNO2(plotting HGIRG) Graph Created (12:16PM Nov 27, 2014)ObservedForecast (issued 8:17AM Nov 27)Latest observed value: 3.06 ft at 11:00 AM CST 27-Nov-2014. Flood Stage is 17 ft
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NOTE: Forecasts for the North Canadian River near El Reno are issued routinely year-round.

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Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage: 21
Moderate Flood Stage: 19
Flood Stage: 17
Action Stage: 13
Low Stage (in feet): 0

Historic Crests
(1) 23.33 ft on 08/20/2007
(2) 22.22 ft on 09/21/1965
(3) 21.12 ft on 05/10/1993
(4) 20.82 ft on 05/21/1935
(5) 20.16 ft on 06/24/1948
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 23.33 ft on 08/20/2007
(2) 19.94 ft on 08/19/2007 (P)
(3) 18.73 ft on 06/09/1995
(4) 21.12 ft on 05/10/1993
(5) 18.28 ft on 05/09/1993
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
Currently none available.

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32 Flood depths in El Reno and nearby railyards would be higher than the great flood which extended from Canton to Wetumka... in October 1923. water levels are about 7 feet greater than in September 1965. downstream... the northwest edge of Yukon are flooded. In Canadian County... valley-wide overflows may affect about 50 square miles. Depths ranging up to 15 feet may destroy rural homes and properties between El Reno and Yukon. Deep... fast water on county roads creates be life-threatening conditions.
31 Flood depths in El Reno and nearby railyards could be like the great flood which extended from Canton to Wetumka... in October 1923. water levels are about 6 feet greater than in September 1965. downstream... the northwest edge of Yukon are flooded. In Canadian County... valley-wide overflows may affect about 50 square miles. Depths ranging up to 14 feet may destroy rural homes and properties between El Reno and Yukon. Deep... fast water on county roads creates be life-threatening conditions.
30 Flood depths in El Reno and nearby railyards could approach that of the great flood which extended from Canton to Wetumka... in October 1923. water levels are about 5 feet greater than in September 1965. downstream... the northwest edge of Yukon are flooded. In Canadian County... valley-wide overflows may affect nearly 50 square miles. Depths ranging up to 13 feet may destroy rural homes and properties between El Reno and Yukon. Deep... fast water on county roads creates be life-threatening conditions.
29 Flood depths in El Reno and nearby railyards are the worst in recent memory... about 4 feet deeper than the flooding seen in September 1965. Downstream... the northwest edge of Yukon is affected. In Canadian County... valley-wide overflows may affect nearly 50 square miles. Depths ranging up to 12 feet severely damage rural homes and properties between El Reno and Yukon. Deep... fast water on county roads creates life-threatening conditions.
28 Flood depths in El Reno and nearby railyards are the worst in recent memory... about 3 feet deeper than seen in September 1965. The outskirts of Yukon may be affected. In Canadian County... valley-wide overflows cover nearly 45 square miles. Depths ranging up to 11 feet severely damage rural homes and properties between El Reno and Yukon. The outskirts of Yukon may be affected. Deep... fast water on county roads creates life-threatening conditions.
27 Flood depths in El Reno and nearby railyards are about 2 feet deeper than seen in September 1965. In Canadian County... valley-wide overflows may cover approximately 45 square miles. Depths ranging up to 10 feet severely damage rural homes and properties between El Reno and Yukon. The outskirts of Yukon may be affected. Deep... fast water on county roads creates life-threatening conditions.
26 Flood depths in El Reno and nearby railyards are about a foot deeper than seen in September 1965. In Canadian County... valley-wide overflows may cover more than 40 square miles. Depths ranging up to 9 feet severely damage rural homes and properties between El Reno and Yukon. The outskirts of Yukon may be affected. Deep... fast water on county roads creates be life-threatening conditions.
25 Flood depths in El Reno and nearby railyards... are like those seen in September 1965. In Canadian County... valley-wide overflows may cover more than 35 square miles. Depths ranging up to 8 feet severely damage rural homes and properties between El Reno and Yukon. The outskirts of Yukon may be affected. Deep... fast water on county and farm roads creates life-threatening conditions.
24 Flood depths seen in El Reno and nearby railyards... are the most severe since September 1965. In Canadian County... overflows may cover more than 30 square miles. Flood depths varying up to 7 feet are very destructive to suburban and rural residences and properties between El Reno and Yukon. Other areas are isolated by life-threatening flows on county and local roads.
23 Flood depths seen in El Reno and nearby railyards are the most severe since September 1965. In Canadian County... overflows cover approximately 30 square miles. Flood depths varying up to 6 feet are destructive to suburban and rural residences and properties between El Reno and Yukon. Other areas are isolated by life-threatening flows on county and local roads.
22 El Reno could see significant flooding of residences and nearby railyards. In Canadian County... overflows cover about 25 square miles. Flood depths varying up to 5 feet are destructive to suburban and rural residences and properties between El Reno and Yukon. Many areas are isolated by life-threatening flows on county and local roads.
21 Residential areas of El Reno and nearby railroad yards are affected by nuisance flooding. Downstream... nearly 20 square miles of mostly suburban areas between El Reno and Yukon are flooded to varying depths up to 4 feet. Numerous homesteads may be severely flooded or isolated for several hours by deep... fast water on county highways and local roads.
20 Flooding may reach the outskirts of El Reno. Downstream... floodwaters cover more than 15 square miles of mostly suburban lands between El Reno and Yukon. Depths ranging up to about 3 feet inundate or surround numerous homesteads for several hours. Deep... fast water creates life-threatening conditions on several county roads.
19 The river overflows nearly 15 square miles of valley in Canadian County... extending downstream from near El Reno to areas upstream of Yukon. Flood depths averaging about 2 feet affect mostly suburban and rural areas. Homesteads near the river are isolated for several hours by swift water over roads and culverts.
18 Nearly 10 square miles of valley in Canadian County... from near El Reno to areas upstream of Yukon will see depths averaging about a foot... with deeper water in side channels. Mostly suburban and rural properties are affected. Homesteads near the river could be isolated for several hours by swift water over roads and culverts.
17 The river overflows its banks at scattered locations in Canadian County... from near El Reno to areas upstream of Yukon. Brief and shallow flooding affects mostly suburban and rural properties. Homesteads near the river could be isolated for hours by swift water covering roads and culverts.
16 The river remains close to bankfull or above in Canadian County... from near El Reno to areas upstream of Yukon. Overflow areas are small and affect only on agricultural lands. Low-lying fields and private roads near the river could be briefly or isolated by flows in cutoff channels crossing the flood plain.
15 The river remains mostly within its banks in Canadian County... from near El Reno to areas upstream of Yukon. Any overbank flows affect very small agricultural areas. Low-lying fields and private roads near the river could be briefly isolated by flows in cutoff channels crossing the flood plain.
14 The river remains within its banks in Canadian County... from near El Reno to areas upstream of Yukon. Very low-lying fields and private roads near the river could be briefly isolated by flows in cutoff channels crossing the flood plain.
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Latitude: 35.563056° N, Longitude: 97.957222° W, Horizontal Datum: NAD83/WGS84

River Stage
Reference Frame
Gauge Height Flood Stage Uses
NWS stage 0 ft 17 ft Interpreting hydrographs and NWS watch, warnings, and forecasts, and inundation maps
Vertical Datum Elevation
(gauge height = 0)
Elevation
(gauge height = flood stage)
Elevation information source
NAVD88 Not Available Not Available Survey grade GPS equipment, FEMA flood plain maps, newer USGS topographic maps
NGVD 29 1295 ft 1312 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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