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Snohomish River near Monroe Stage (ft)Flow (kcfs)Observed: 2.19 ft at 11:00AM Jul 28, 2014Observed: 2.19 ft at 11:30AM Jul 28, 2014Observed: 2.19 ft at 12:00PM Jul 28, 2014Observed: 2.18 ft at 12:30PM Jul 28, 2014Observed: 2.18 ft at 1:00PM Jul 28, 2014Observed: 2.18 ft at 1:30PM Jul 28, 2014Observed: 2.18 ft at 2:00PM Jul 28, 2014Observed: 2.2 ft at 2:30PM Jul 28, 2014Observed: 2.22 ft at 3:00PM Jul 28, 2014Observed: 2.25 ft at 3:30PM Jul 28, 2014Observed: 2.27 ft at 4:00PM Jul 28, 2014Observed: 2.27 ft at 4:30PM Jul 28, 2014Observed: 2.28 ft at 5:00PM Jul 28, 2014Observed: 2.28 ft at 5:30PM Jul 28, 2014Highest Observation: 2.29 ft at 6:00PM Jul 28, 2014Observed: 2.28 ft at 6:30PM Jul 28, 2014Highest Observation: 2.29 ft at 7:00PM Jul 28, 2014Observed: 2.28 ft at 7:30PM Jul 28, 2014Observed: 2.28 ft at 8:00PM Jul 28, 2014Observed: 2.28 ft at 8:30PM Jul 28, 2014Observed: 2.28 ft at 9:00PM Jul 28, 2014Observed: 2.27 ft at 9:30PM Jul 28, 2014Observed: 2.27 ft at 10:00PM Jul 28, 2014Observed: 2.26 ft at 10:30PM Jul 28, 2014Observed: 2.26 ft at 11:00PM Jul 28, 2014Observed: 2.25 ft at 11:30PM Jul 28, 2014Observed: 2.24 ft at 12:00AM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.24 ft at 12:30AM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.22 ft at 1:00AM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.21 ft at 1:30AM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.2 ft at 2:00AM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.19 ft at 2:30AM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.18 ft at 3:00AM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.17 ft at 3:30AM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.17 ft at 4:00AM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.16 ft at 4:30AM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.15 ft at 5:00AM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.14 ft at 5:30AM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.13 ft at 6:00AM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.13 ft at 6:30AM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.11 ft at 7:00AM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.1 ft at 7:30AM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.1 ft at 8:00AM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.09 ft at 8:30AM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.09 ft at 9:00AM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.07 ft at 9:30AM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.07 ft at 10:00AM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.06 ft at 10:30AM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.06 ft at 11:00AM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.05 ft at 11:30AM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.05 ft at 12:00PM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.04 ft at 12:30PM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.04 ft at 1:00PM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.03 ft at 1:30PM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.03 ft at 2:00PM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.03 ft at 2:30PM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.03 ft at 3:00PM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.03 ft at 3:30PM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.03 ft at 4:00PM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.02 ft at 4:30PM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.02 ft at 5:00PM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.02 ft at 5:30PM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.01 ft at 6:00PM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.01 ft at 6:30PM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.01 ft at 7:00PM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.01 ft at 7:30PM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.02 ft at 8:00PM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.01 ft at 8:30PM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.01 ft at 9:00PM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2.01 ft at 9:30PM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2 ft at 10:00PM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2 ft at 10:30PM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2 ft at 11:00PM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2 ft at 11:30PM Jul 29, 2014Observed: 2 ft at 12:00AM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 2 ft at 12:30AM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.99 ft at 1:00AM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.99 ft at 1:30AM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.99 ft at 2:00AM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.99 ft at 2:30AM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.99 ft at 3:00AM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.98 ft at 3:30AM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.98 ft at 4:00AM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.98 ft at 4:30AM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.98 ft at 5:00AM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.97 ft at 5:30AM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.97 ft at 6:00AM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.97 ft at 6:30AM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.96 ft at 7:00AM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.96 ft at 7:30AM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.96 ft at 8:00AM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.96 ft at 9:30AM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.96 ft at 10:00AM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.95 ft at 10:30AM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.94 ft at 11:00AM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.95 ft at 11:30AM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.94 ft at 12:00PM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.94 ft at 12:30PM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.93 ft at 1:00PM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.93 ft at 1:30PM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.93 ft at 2:00PM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.93 ft at 2:30PM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.93 ft at 3:00PM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.92 ft at 3:30PM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.93 ft at 4:00PM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.92 ft at 4:30PM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.92 ft at 5:00PM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.92 ft at 5:30PM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.92 ft at 6:00PM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.92 ft at 6:30PM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.92 ft at 7:00PM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.92 ft at 7:30PM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.91 ft at 8:00PM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.91 ft at 8:30PM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.91 ft at 9:00PM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.91 ft at 9:30PM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.9 ft at 10:00PM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.9 ft at 10:30PM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.9 ft at 11:00PM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.9 ft at 11:30PM Jul 30, 2014Observed: 1.9 ft at 12:00AM Jul 31, 2014Observed: 1.9 ft at 12:30AM Jul 31, 2014Observed: 1.89 ft at 1:00AM Jul 31, 2014Observed: 1.89 ft at 1:30AM Jul 31, 2014Observed: 1.9 ft at 2:00AM Jul 31, 2014Observed: 1.89 ft at 2:30AM Jul 31, 2014Observed: 1.89 ft at 3:00AM Jul 31, 2014Observed: 1.89 ft at 3:30AM Jul 31, 2014Observed: 1.88 ft at 4:00AM Jul 31, 2014Observed: 1.88 ft at 4:30AM Jul 31, 2014Observed: 1.88 ft at 5:00AM Jul 31, 2014Observed: 1.88 ft at 5:30AM Jul 31, 2014Observed: 1.87 ft at 6:00AM Jul 31, 2014Observed: 1.87 ft at 6:30AM Jul 31, 2014Observed: 1.87 ft at 7:00AM Jul 31, 2014Observed: 1.86 ft at 7:30AM Jul 31, 2014Observed: 1.86 ft at 8:00AM Jul 31, 2014Observed: 1.86 ft at 8:30AM Jul 31, 2014Observed: 1.85 ft at 9:00AM Jul 31, 2014Highest Forecast: 1.84 ft 11:00AM Jul 31, 2014Forecast: 1.82 ft 5:00PM Jul 31, 2014Forecast: 1.81 ft 11:00PM Jul 31, 2014Forecast: 1.79 ft 5:00AM Aug 01, 2014Forecast: 1.77 ft 11:00AM Aug 01, 2014Forecast: 1.74 ft 5:00PM Aug 01, 2014Forecast: 1.72 ft 11:00PM Aug 01, 2014Forecast: 1.71 ft 5:00AM Aug 02, 2014Forecast: 1.69 ft 11:00AM Aug 02, 2014Forecast: 1.67 ft 5:00PM Aug 02, 2014Forecast: 1.65 ft 11:00PM Aug 02, 2014Forecast: 1.64 ft 5:00AM Aug 03, 2014USGS--Water Resources of the United StatesMROW1(plotting HGIRG) Graph Created (10:32AM Jul 31, 2014)ObservedForecast (issued 8:49AM Jul 31)Latest observed value: 1.85 ft at 9:00 AM PDT 31-Jul-2014. Flood Stage is 15 ft
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Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage:17
Moderate Flood Stage:16
Flood Stage:15
Action Stage:0

Historical Crests
(1) 25.30 ft on 11/25/1990
(2) 24.12 ft on 01/08/2009
(3) 24.10 ft on 11/30/1995
(4) 23.54 ft on 11/07/2006
(5) 22.92 ft on 12/04/1975
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
(1) 0.51 ft on 10/31/1987
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22 the Snohomish River will cause severe flooding...with deep and swift flood waters inundating farm land...residential areas...and roads. Levees could suffer overtopping and major damage. Flooding will occur all along the river including headwaters...tributaries...and other streams within and near the Snohomish River Basin. A stage of 22 feet at this location corresponds to Phase 4 in the Snohomish County Flood Warning System.
21 Flooding will occur all along the river including headwaters...tributaries...and other streams within and near the Snohomish River Basin. The Snohomish River stage at this location corresponds to Phase 4 in the Snohomish County Flood Warning System.
20 the Snohomish River will cause severe flooding in the valley. The river will flood many homes...cover much of the farmlands...and close many roads. Flooding will occur all along the river including headwaters...tributaries...and other streams within and near the Snohomish River Basin. A stage of 20 feet at this location corresponds to Phase 3 in the Snohomish County Flood Warning System.
17 the Snohomish River will cause major flooding...inundating farm land...roads...and some residential areas. Levees will likely suffer damage. Flooding will occur all along the river including headwaters...tributaries...and other streams within and near the Snohomish River Basin. A stage of 17 feet at this location corresponds to Phase 2 in the Snohomish County Flood Warning System.
16 the Snohomish River will flood several roads and much of the low pasture land in the river valley. A stage of 16 feet at this location corresponds to Phase 2 in the Snohomish County Flood Warning System.
15 the Snohomish River will cause minor flooding of low pasture lands and several roads near the river. A stage of 15 feet at this location corresponds to Phase 2 in the Snohomish County Flood Warning System.
14 feet...the Snohomish River will locally spill over its banks into low pasture lands along the river.
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Latitude: 47.831111° N, Longitude: 122.047222° W, Horizontal Datum: NAD83/WGS84

River Stage
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Gauge Height Flood Stage Uses
NWS stage 0 ft 15 ft Interpreting hydrographs and NWS watch, warnings, and forecasts, and inundation maps
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NAVD88 Not Available Not Available Survey grade GPS equipment, FEMA flood plain maps, newer USGS topographic maps
NGVD 29 13.25 ft 28.25 ft Older USGS topographic maps, NGVD29 benchmarks
MSL Not Available Not Available Older USGS topographic maps, MSL benchmarks
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