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Red River near Gainesville Stage (ft)Flow (kcfs)Observed: 27.75 ft at 2:30PM May 19, 2015Observed: 27.75 ft at 3:00PM May 19, 2015Observed: 27.77 ft at 3:30PM May 19, 2015Observed: 27.78 ft at 4:00PM May 19, 2015Observed: 27.75 ft at 4:30PM May 19, 2015Observed: 27.77 ft at 5:00PM May 19, 2015Observed: 27.8 ft at 5:30PM May 19, 2015Observed: 27.8 ft at 6:00PM May 19, 2015Observed: 27.82 ft at 6:30PM May 19, 2015Observed: 27.88 ft at 7:00PM May 19, 2015Observed: 27.84 ft at 7:30PM May 19, 2015Observed: 27.88 ft at 8:00PM May 19, 2015Observed: 27.87 ft at 8:30PM May 19, 2015Observed: 27.84 ft at 9:00PM May 19, 2015Observed: 27.91 ft at 9:30PM May 19, 2015Observed: 27.98 ft at 10:00PM May 19, 2015Observed: 27.97 ft at 10:30PM May 19, 2015Observed: 27.96 ft at 11:00PM May 19, 2015Observed: 27.87 ft at 11:30PM May 19, 2015Observed: 27.91 ft at 12:00AM May 20, 2015Observed: 27.89 ft at 12:30AM May 20, 2015Observed: 27.85 ft at 1:00AM May 20, 2015Observed: 27.92 ft at 1:30AM May 20, 2015Observed: 27.97 ft at 2:30AM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.06 ft at 3:00AM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.26 ft at 3:30AM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.3 ft at 4:00AM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.44 ft at 4:30AM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.5 ft at 5:00AM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.5 ft at 5:30AM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.45 ft at 6:00AM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.43 ft at 6:30AM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.4 ft at 7:00AM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.41 ft at 7:30AM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.42 ft at 8:00AM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.41 ft at 8:30AM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.41 ft at 9:00AM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.41 ft at 9:30AM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.4 ft at 10:00AM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.39 ft at 10:30AM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.38 ft at 11:00AM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.36 ft at 11:30AM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.38 ft at 12:00PM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.37 ft at 12:30PM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.33 ft at 1:00PM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.31 ft at 1:30PM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.32 ft at 2:00PM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.3 ft at 2:30PM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.28 ft at 3:00PM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.27 ft at 3:30PM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.25 ft at 4:00PM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.24 ft at 4:30PM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.23 ft at 5:00PM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.21 ft at 5:30PM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.18 ft at 6:00PM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.18 ft at 6:30PM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.16 ft at 7:00PM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.13 ft at 7:30PM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.15 ft at 8:00PM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.16 ft at 8:30PM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.17 ft at 9:00PM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.18 ft at 9:30PM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.21 ft at 10:00PM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.25 ft at 10:30PM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.31 ft at 11:00PM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.38 ft at 11:30PM May 20, 2015Observed: 28.44 ft at 12:00AM May 21, 2015Observed: 28.56 ft at 12:30AM May 21, 2015Observed: 28.65 ft at 1:00AM May 21, 2015Observed: 28.75 ft at 1:30AM May 21, 2015Observed: 28.86 ft at 2:00AM May 21, 2015Observed: 29 ft at 2:30AM May 21, 2015Observed: 29.15 ft at 3:00AM May 21, 2015Observed: 29.27 ft at 3:30AM May 21, 2015Observed: 29.43 ft at 4:00AM May 21, 2015Observed: 29.58 ft at 4:30AM May 21, 2015Observed: 29.72 ft at 5:00AM May 21, 2015Observed: 29.86 ft at 5:30AM May 21, 2015Observed: 30.01 ft at 6:00AM May 21, 2015Observed: 30.22 ft at 6:30AM May 21, 2015Observed: 30.34 ft at 7:00AM May 21, 2015Observed: 30.44 ft at 7:30AM May 21, 2015Observed: 30.58 ft at 8:00AM May 21, 2015Observed: 30.7 ft at 8:30AM May 21, 2015Observed: 30.86 ft at 9:00AM May 21, 2015Observed: 30.96 ft at 9:30AM May 21, 2015Observed: 31.09 ft at 10:00AM May 21, 2015Observed: 31.25 ft at 10:30AM May 21, 2015Observed: 31.35 ft at 11:00AM May 21, 2015Observed: 31.44 ft at 11:30AM May 21, 2015Observed: 31.56 ft at 12:00PM May 21, 2015Observed: 31.63 ft at 12:30PM May 21, 2015Observed: 31.72 ft at 1:00PM May 21, 2015Observed: 31.78 ft at 1:30PM May 21, 2015Observed: 31.94 ft at 2:00PM May 21, 2015Observed: 32.04 ft at 2:30PM May 21, 2015Observed: 32.14 ft at 3:00PM May 21, 2015Observed: 32.23 ft at 3:30PM May 21, 2015Observed: 32.35 ft at 4:00PM May 21, 2015Observed: 32.4 ft at 4:30PM May 21, 2015Observed: 32.45 ft at 5:00PM May 21, 2015Observed: 32.56 ft at 5:30PM May 21, 2015Observed: 32.63 ft at 6:00PM May 21, 2015Observed: 32.74 ft at 6:30PM May 21, 2015Observed: 32.88 ft at 7:00PM May 21, 2015Observed: 32.96 ft at 7:30PM May 21, 2015Observed: 33.01 ft at 8:00PM May 21, 2015Observed: 33.09 ft at 8:30PM May 21, 2015Observed: 33.16 ft at 9:00PM May 21, 2015Observed: 33.2 ft at 9:30PM May 21, 2015Observed: 33.29 ft at 10:00PM May 21, 2015Observed: 33.37 ft at 10:30PM May 21, 2015Observed: 33.45 ft at 11:00PM May 21, 2015Observed: 33.5 ft at 11:30PM May 21, 2015Observed: 33.55 ft at 12:00AM May 22, 2015Observed: 33.63 ft at 12:30AM May 22, 2015Observed: 33.73 ft at 1:00AM May 22, 2015Observed: 33.68 ft at 1:30AM May 22, 2015Observed: 33.74 ft at 2:00AM May 22, 2015Observed: 33.82 ft at 2:30AM May 22, 2015Observed: 33.85 ft at 3:00AM May 22, 2015Observed: 33.84 ft at 3:30AM May 22, 2015Observed: 33.99 ft at 4:00AM May 22, 2015Observed: 33.93 ft at 4:30AM May 22, 2015Observed: 34 ft at 5:00AM May 22, 2015Observed: 33.99 ft at 5:30AM May 22, 2015Observed: 34.09 ft at 6:00AM May 22, 2015Observed: 34.07 ft at 6:30AM May 22, 2015Observed: 34.1 ft at 7:00AM May 22, 2015Observed: 34.15 ft at 7:30AM May 22, 2015Observed: 34.23 ft at 8:00AM May 22, 2015Observed: 34.19 ft at 8:30AM May 22, 2015Observed: 34.15 ft at 9:00AM May 22, 2015Observed: 34.17 ft at 9:30AM May 22, 2015Observed: 34.24 ft at 10:00AM May 22, 2015Observed: 34.28 ft at 10:30AM May 22, 2015Observed: 34.25 ft at 11:00AM May 22, 2015Observed: 34.3 ft at 11:30AM May 22, 2015Observed: 34.3 ft at 12:00PM May 22, 2015Observed: 34.33 ft at 12:30PM May 22, 2015Observed: 34.39 ft at 1:00PM May 22, 2015Observed: 34.4 ft at 1:30PM May 22, 2015Observed: 34.36 ft at 2:00PM May 22, 2015Observed: 34.41 ft at 2:30PM May 22, 2015Observed: 34.38 ft at 3:00PM May 22, 2015Observed: 34.4 ft at 3:30PM May 22, 2015Observed: 34.41 ft at 4:00PM May 22, 2015Observed: 34.46 ft at 4:30PM May 22, 2015Observed: 34.47 ft at 5:30PM May 22, 2015Observed: 34.44 ft at 6:00PM May 22, 2015Observed: 34.45 ft at 6:30PM May 22, 2015Highest Observation: 34.58 ft at 7:00PM May 22, 2015Observed: 34.47 ft at 7:30PM May 22, 2015Observed: 34.52 ft at 8:00PM May 22, 2015Observed: 34.51 ft at 8:30PM May 22, 2015Observed: 34.48 ft at 9:00PM May 22, 2015Observed: 34.52 ft at 9:30PM May 22, 2015Observed: 34.5 ft at 10:00PM May 22, 2015Observed: 34.57 ft at 10:30PM May 22, 2015Observed: 34.48 ft at 11:00PM May 22, 2015Observed: 34.52 ft at 11:30PM May 22, 2015Observed: 34.52 ft at 12:00AM May 23, 2015Observed: 34.54 ft at 12:30AM May 23, 2015Observed: 34.5 ft at 1:00AM May 23, 2015Highest Observation: 34.58 ft at 1:30AM May 23, 2015Observed: 34.52 ft at 2:00AM May 23, 2015Observed: 34.55 ft at 2:30AM May 23, 2015Observed: 34.51 ft at 3:00AM May 23, 2015Observed: 34.54 ft at 3:30AM May 23, 2015Observed: 34.48 ft at 4:00AM May 23, 2015Observed: 34.44 ft at 5:30AM May 23, 2015Observed: 34.36 ft at 6:00AM May 23, 2015Observed: 34.45 ft at 6:30AM May 23, 2015Observed: 34.36 ft at 7:00AM May 23, 2015Observed: 34.36 ft at 7:30AM May 23, 2015Observed: 34.4 ft at 8:00AM May 23, 2015Observed: 34.38 ft at 8:30AM May 23, 2015Observed: 34.31 ft at 9:00AM May 23, 2015Observed: 34.33 ft at 9:30AM May 23, 2015Observed: 34.33 ft at 10:00AM May 23, 2015Observed: 34.27 ft at 10:30AM May 23, 2015Observed: 34.23 ft at 11:00AM May 23, 2015Observed: 34.29 ft at 11:30AM May 23, 2015Observed: 34.22 ft at 12:00PM May 23, 2015Observed: 34.28 ft at 12:30PM May 23, 2015Observed: 34.17 ft at 1:00PM May 23, 2015Observed: 34.21 ft at 1:30PM May 23, 2015Observed: 34.14 ft at 2:00PM May 23, 2015Observed: 34.04 ft at 2:30PM May 23, 2015Observed: 34.01 ft at 3:00PM May 23, 2015Observed: 33.98 ft at 3:30PM May 23, 2015Observed: 34.01 ft at 4:00PM May 23, 2015Observed: 34.02 ft at 4:30PM May 23, 2015Observed: 34 ft at 5:00PM May 23, 2015Observed: 33.98 ft at 5:30PM May 23, 2015Observed: 33.87 ft at 6:00PM May 23, 2015Observed: 33.83 ft at 6:30PM May 23, 2015Observed: 33.83 ft at 7:00PM May 23, 2015Observed: 33.83 ft at 7:30PM May 23, 2015Observed: 33.71 ft at 8:00PM May 23, 2015Observed: 33.77 ft at 8:30PM May 23, 2015Observed: 33.71 ft at 9:00PM May 23, 2015Observed: 33.71 ft at 9:30PM May 23, 2015Observed: 33.68 ft at 10:00PM May 23, 2015Observed: 33.73 ft at 10:30PM May 23, 2015Observed: 33.66 ft at 11:00PM May 23, 2015Observed: 33.67 ft at 11:30PM May 23, 2015Observed: 33.6 ft at 12:00AM May 24, 2015Observed: 33.64 ft at 12:30AM May 24, 2015Observed: 33.6 ft at 1:00AM May 24, 2015Observed: 33.53 ft at 1:30AM May 24, 2015Observed: 33.53 ft at 2:00AM May 24, 2015Observed: 33.5 ft at 2:30AM May 24, 2015Observed: 33.5 ft at 3:00AM May 24, 2015Observed: 33.48 ft at 3:30AM May 24, 2015Observed: 33.43 ft at 4:00AM May 24, 2015Observed: 33.43 ft at 4:30AM May 24, 2015Observed: 33.39 ft at 5:00AM May 24, 2015Observed: 33.42 ft at 5:30AM May 24, 2015Observed: 33.4 ft at 6:00AM May 24, 2015Observed: 33.41 ft at 6:30AM May 24, 2015Observed: 33.36 ft at 7:00AM May 24, 2015Observed: 33.4 ft at 7:30AM May 24, 2015Observed: 33.31 ft at 8:00AM May 24, 2015Observed: 33.36 ft at 8:30AM May 24, 2015Observed: 33.3 ft at 9:00AM May 24, 2015Observed: 33.29 ft at 9:30AM May 24, 2015Observed: 33.28 ft at 10:00AM May 24, 2015Observed: 33.3 ft at 10:30AM May 24, 2015Observed: 33.26 ft at 11:00AM May 24, 2015Observed: 33.25 ft at 11:30AM May 24, 2015Observed: 33.23 ft at 12:00PM May 24, 2015Observed: 33.18 ft at 12:30PM May 24, 2015Observed: 33.17 ft at 1:00PM May 24, 2015Observed: 33.18 ft at 1:30PM May 24, 2015Forecast: 32.7 ft 7:00PM May 24, 2015Forecast: 32.5 ft 1:00AM May 25, 2015Forecast: 32.2 ft 7:00AM May 25, 2015Forecast: 32.1 ft 1:00PM May 25, 2015Forecast: 32.1 ft 7:00PM May 25, 2015Forecast: 32.3 ft 1:00AM May 26, 2015Forecast: 32.7 ft 7:00AM May 26, 2015Forecast: 33 ft 1:00PM May 26, 2015Forecast: 33.4 ft 7:00PM May 26, 2015Forecast: 33.8 ft 1:00AM May 27, 2015Highest Forecast: 34 ft 7:00AM May 27, 2015Highest Forecast: 34 ft 1:00PM May 27, 2015Highest Forecast: 34 ft 7:00PM May 27, 2015Forecast: 33.8 ft 1:00AM May 28, 2015Forecast: 33.4 ft 7:00AM May 28, 2015Forecast: 33.2 ft 1:00PM May 28, 2015Forecast: 32.7 ft 7:00PM May 28, 2015Forecast: 32.1 ft 1:00AM May 29, 2015Forecast: 31.4 ft 7:00AM May 29, 2015USGS--Water Resources of the United StatesGSVT2(plotting HGIRG) Graph Created (2:01PM May 24, 2015)ObservedForecast (issued 8:32AM May 24)Latest observed value: 33.18 ft at 1:30 PM CDT 24-May-2015. Flood Stage is 25 ft
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NOTE: Forecasts for the Red River near Gainesville are issued routinely year-round.

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Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage: 34
Moderate Flood Stage: 28
Flood Stage: 25
Action Stage: 22
Low Stage (in feet): 0

Historic Crests
(1) 40.08 ft on 05/31/1987
(2) 37.10 ft on 10/24/1983
(3) 36.63 ft on 06/13/1995
(4) 36.03 ft on 06/09/1995
(5) 33.13 ft on 05/05/1990
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 18.77 ft on 05/16/2010 (P)
(2) 18.87 ft on 04/20/2010 (P)
(3) 26.55 ft on 05/02/2009
(4) 30.58 ft on 07/03/2007
(5) 22.38 ft on 05/12/2007
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
Currently none available.

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41.5 Record and extensive flooding occurs in agricultural lands... pecan groves... oil wells... and rural roads along and near the river in Love County in Oklahoma... and Cooke County in Texas. Floodwaters reach the low chord of the U.S. Intersate Highway I-35 Bridge. Livestock and other property should be removed to places which are at least 16.5 feet higher than nearby river banks to avoid being stranded. Floodwaters are 1 foot higher than the levels reached by the May 31...1987 flood crest.
41 Record and extensive flooding occurs in agricultural lands... pecan groves... oil wells... and rural roads along and near the river in Love County in Oklahoma... and Cooke County in Texas. Sandpit operations area affected. Livestock and other property should be removed to places which are at least 16 feet higher than nearby river banks to avoid being stranded. Floodwaters are 1 foot higher than the levels reached by the May 31...1987 flood crest.
40 Near record and extensive flooding of crop and range lands... pecan groves... oil wells... and rural roads occurs along the river in Love County in Oklahoma... and Cooke County in Texas. Sandpit operations area affected. Livestock and other property should be removed to places which are at least 15 feet higher than nearby river banks to avoid being stranded. Floodwaters match the levels reached by the May 31...1987 flood crest.
39 Crop and range lands... pecan groves... oil wells... and rural roads are flooded or isolated. Low-lying fields... upstream in western Love County in Oklahoma... and Cooke County in Texas... experience overflows several hours before the crest reaches the Interstate Highway I-35 crossing north of Gainesville. Sandpit operations area affected. Livestock and other property should be removed to places which are at least 14 feet higher than nearby river banks to avoid being stranded.
38 Crop and range lands... pecan groves... oil wells... and rural roads are flooded or isolated. Low-lying fields... upstream in western Love County in Oklahoma... and Cooke County in Texas... experience overflows several hours before the crest reaches the Interstate Highway I-35 crossing north of Gainesville. Sandpit operations area affected. Livestock and other property should be removed to places which are at least 13 feet higher than nearby river banks to avoid being stranded.
37 Crop and range lands... pecan groves... oil wells... and rural roads are flooded or isolated. Low-lying fields... upstream in western Love County in Oklahoma... and Cooke County in Texas... experience overflows several hours before the crest reaches the Interstate Highway I-35 crossing north of Gainesville. Sandpit operations area affected. Livestock and other property should be removed to places which are at least 12 feet higher than nearby river banks to avoid being stranded.
36 Crop and range lands... pecan groves... oil wells... and rural roads are flooded or isolated. Low-lying fields... upstream in western Love County in Oklahoma... and Cooke County in Texas... experience overflows several hours before the crest reaches the Interstate Highway I-35 crossing north of Gainesville. Sandpit operations area affected. Livestock and other property should be removed to places which are at least 11 feet higher than nearby river banks to avoid being stranded.
35 Crop and range lands... pecan groves... oil wells... and rural roads are flooded or isolated. Low-lying fields... upstream in western Love County in Oklahoma... and Cooke County in Texas... experience overflows several hours before the crest reaches the Interstate Highway I-35 crossing north of Gainesville. Sandpit operations area affected. Livestock and other property should be removed to places which are at least 10 feet higher than nearby river banks to avoid being stranded.
34 Crop and range lands... pecan groves... oil wells... and rural roads are flooded or isolated. Low-lying fields... upstream in western Love County in Oklahoma... and Cooke County in Texas... experience overflows several hours before the crest reaches the Interstate Highway I-35 crossing north of Gainesville. Sandpit operations area affected. Livestock and other property should be removed to places which are at least 9 feet higher than nearby river banks to avoid being stranded.
33 Crop and range lands... pecan groves... oil wells... and rural roads are flooded or isolated. Low-lying fields... upstream in western Love County in Oklahoma... and Cooke County in Texas... experience overflows several hours before the crest reaches the Interstate Highway I-35 crossing north of Gainesville. Sandpit operations area affected. Livestock and other property should be removed to places which are at least 8 feet higher than nearby river banks to avoid being stranded.
32 Crop and range lands... pecan groves... oil wells... and rural roads are flooded or isolated. Low-lying fields... upstream in western Love County in Oklahoma... and Cooke County in Texas... experience overflows several hours before the crest reaches the Interstate Highway I-35 crossing north of Gainesville. Sandpit operations area affected. Livestock and other property should be removed to places which are at least 7 feet higher than nearby river banks to avoid being stranded.
31 Crop and range lands... pecan groves... oil wells... and rural roads are flooded or isolated. Low-lying fields... upstream in western Love County in Oklahoma... and Cooke County in Texas... experience overflows several hours before the crest reaches the Interstate Highway I-35 crossing north of Gainesville. Sandpit operations area affected. Livestock and other property should be removed to places which are at least 6 feet higher than nearby river banks to avoid being stranded.
30 Crop and range lands... pecan groves... oil wells... and rural roads are flooded or isolated. Low-lying fields... upstream in western Love County in Oklahoma... and Cooke County in Texas... experience overflows several hours before the crest reaches the Interstate Highway I-35 crossing north of Gainesville. Sandpit operations area affected. Livestock and other property should be removed to places which are at least 5 feet higher than nearby river banks to avoid being stranded.
29 Crop and range lands... pecan groves... oil wells... and rural roads are flooded or isolated. Low-lying fields... upstream in western Love County in Oklahoma... and Cooke County in Texas... experience overflows several hours before the crest reaches the Interstate Highway I-35 crossing north of Gainesville. Sandpit operations area affected. Livestock and other property should be removed to places which are at least 4 feet higher than nearby river banks to avoid being stranded.
28 Crop and range lands... pecan groves... oil wells... and rural roads are flooded or isolated. Low-lying fields... upstream in western Love County in Oklahoma... and Cooke County in Texas... experience overflows several hours before the crest reaches the Interstate Highway I-35 crossing north of Gainesville. Sandpit operations area affected. Livestock and other property should be removed to places which are at least 3 feet higher than nearby river banks to avoid being stranded.
27 Crop and range lands... pecan groves... oil wells... and rural roads are flooded or isolated. Low-lying fields... upstream in western Love County in Oklahoma... and Cooke County in Texas... experience overflows several hours before the crest reaches the Interstate Highway I-35 crossing north of Gainesville. Sandpit operations area affected. Livestock and other property should be removed to places which are at least 2 feet higher than nearby river banks to avoid being stranded.
26 Crop and range lands... pecan groves... oil wells... and rural roads are flooded or isolated. Low-lying fields... upstream in western Love County in Oklahoma... and Cooke County in Texas... experience overflows several hours before the crest reaches the Interstate Highway I-35 crossing north of Gainesville. Sandpit operations area affected. Livestock and other property should be removed to places which are at least 1 foot higher than nearby river banks to avoid being stranded.
25 Crop and range lands... pecan groves... oil wells... and rural roads are flooded or isolated. Low-lying fields... upstream in western Love County in Oklahoma... and Cooke County in Texas... experience overflows several hours before the crest reaches the Interstate Highway I-35 crossing north of Gainesville. Sandpit operations area affected. Livestock and other property should be removed to places which are higher than nearby river banks to avoid being stranded.
24 Low-lying fields... upstream in western Love County in Oklahoma... and Cooke County in Texas... may experience shallow overflows several hours before the crest reaches the Interstate Highway I-35 crossing north of Gainesville. Sandpit operations may be affected. Livestock and other property should be removed to places which are higher than nearby river banks to avoid being stranded.
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Latitude: 33.727778° N, Longitude: 97.159722° W, Horizontal Datum: NAD83/WGS84

River Stage
Reference Frame
Gauge Height Flood Stage Uses
NWS stage 0 ft 25 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 29 627.91 ft 652.91 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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