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Suwannee River at Ellaville (US 90) Stage (ft)Flow (kcfs)Observed: 28.4 ft at 12:00AM Nov 30, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 1:00AM Nov 30, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 2:00AM Nov 30, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 3:00AM Nov 30, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 4:00AM Nov 30, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 5:00AM Nov 30, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 6:00AM Nov 30, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 7:00AM Nov 30, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 8:00AM Nov 30, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 9:00AM Nov 30, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 10:00AM Nov 30, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 11:00AM Nov 30, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 12:00PM Nov 30, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 1:00PM Nov 30, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 2:00PM Nov 30, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 3:00PM Nov 30, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 4:00PM Nov 30, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 5:00PM Nov 30, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 6:00PM Nov 30, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 7:00PM Nov 30, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 8:00PM Nov 30, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 9:00PM Nov 30, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 10:00PM Nov 30, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 11:00PM Nov 30, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 12:00AM Dec 01, 2016Observed: 28.41 ft at 1:00AM Dec 01, 2016Highest Observation: 28.42 ft at 2:00AM Dec 01, 2016Highest Observation: 28.42 ft at 3:00AM Dec 01, 2016Highest Observation: 28.42 ft at 4:00AM Dec 01, 2016Observed: 28.41 ft at 5:00AM Dec 01, 2016Observed: 28.41 ft at 6:00AM Dec 01, 2016Observed: 28.41 ft at 7:00AM Dec 01, 2016Observed: 28.41 ft at 8:00AM Dec 01, 2016Observed: 28.41 ft at 9:00AM Dec 01, 2016Observed: 28.41 ft at 10:00AM Dec 01, 2016Observed: 28.41 ft at 11:00AM Dec 01, 2016Observed: 28.41 ft at 12:00PM Dec 01, 2016Observed: 28.41 ft at 1:00PM Dec 01, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 2:00PM Dec 01, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 3:00PM Dec 01, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 4:00PM Dec 01, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 5:00PM Dec 01, 2016Observed: 28.41 ft at 6:00PM Dec 01, 2016Observed: 28.41 ft at 7:00PM Dec 01, 2016Observed: 28.41 ft at 8:00PM Dec 01, 2016Observed: 28.41 ft at 9:00PM Dec 01, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 10:00PM Dec 01, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 11:00PM Dec 01, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 12:00AM Dec 02, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 1:00AM Dec 02, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 2:00AM Dec 02, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 3:00AM Dec 02, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 4:00AM Dec 02, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 5:00AM Dec 02, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 6:00AM Dec 02, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 7:00AM Dec 02, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 8:00AM Dec 02, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 9:00AM Dec 02, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 10:00AM Dec 02, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 11:00AM Dec 02, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 12:00PM Dec 02, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 1:00PM Dec 02, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 2:00PM Dec 02, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 3:00PM Dec 02, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 4:00PM Dec 02, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 5:00PM Dec 02, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 6:00PM Dec 02, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 7:00PM Dec 02, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 8:00PM Dec 02, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 9:00PM Dec 02, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 10:00PM Dec 02, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 11:00PM Dec 02, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 12:00AM Dec 03, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 1:00AM Dec 03, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 2:00AM Dec 03, 2016Observed: 28.4 ft at 3:00AM Dec 03, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 4:00AM Dec 03, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 5:00AM Dec 03, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 6:00AM Dec 03, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 7:00AM Dec 03, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 8:00AM Dec 03, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 9:00AM Dec 03, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 10:00AM Dec 03, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 11:00AM Dec 03, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 12:00PM Dec 03, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 1:00PM Dec 03, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 2:00PM Dec 03, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 3:00PM Dec 03, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 4:00PM Dec 03, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 5:00PM Dec 03, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 6:00PM Dec 03, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 7:00PM Dec 03, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 8:00PM Dec 03, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 9:00PM Dec 03, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 10:00PM Dec 03, 2016Observed: 28.38 ft at 11:00PM Dec 03, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 12:00AM Dec 04, 2016Observed: 28.38 ft at 1:00AM Dec 04, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 2:00AM Dec 04, 2016Observed: 28.38 ft at 3:00AM Dec 04, 2016Observed: 28.38 ft at 4:00AM Dec 04, 2016Observed: 28.38 ft at 5:00AM Dec 04, 2016Observed: 28.38 ft at 6:00AM Dec 04, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 7:00AM Dec 04, 2016Observed: 28.38 ft at 8:00AM Dec 04, 2016Observed: 28.38 ft at 9:00AM Dec 04, 2016Observed: 28.38 ft at 10:00AM Dec 04, 2016Observed: 28.38 ft at 11:00AM Dec 04, 2016Observed: 28.38 ft at 12:00PM Dec 04, 2016Observed: 28.38 ft at 1:00PM Dec 04, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 2:00PM Dec 04, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 3:00PM Dec 04, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 4:00PM Dec 04, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 5:00PM Dec 04, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 6:00PM Dec 04, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 7:00PM Dec 04, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 8:00PM Dec 04, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 9:00PM Dec 04, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 10:00PM Dec 04, 2016Observed: 28.39 ft at 11:00PM Dec 04, 2016USGS--Water Resources of the United StatesELLF1(plotting HGIRG) Graph Created (11:20PM Dec 4, 2016)ObservedLatest observed value: 28.39 ft at 11:00 PM EST 4-Dec-2016. Flood Stage is 53 ft
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Datum: NAVD88
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Reliability of the Forecast: Based on unobstructed flow

NOTE: Forecasts for the Suwannee River at Ellaville (US 90) are issued as needed during times of high water, but are not routinely available.

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Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage: 65
Moderate Flood Stage: 60
Flood Stage: 53
Action Stage: 49
Low Stage (in feet): 0

Historic Crests
(1) 67.38 ft on 04/07/1948
(2) 64.25 ft on 04/13/1973
(3) 63.60 ft on 08/20/1928
(4) 63.11 ft on 04/10/2009
(5) 61.07 ft on 02/19/1986
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 48.60 ft on 04/10/2016
(2) 56.23 ft on 04/28/2014
(3) 53.86 ft on 03/07/2013
(4) 63.11 ft on 04/10/2009
(5) 57.95 ft on 04/12/2005
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
(1) 28.70 ft on 11/08/1990

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68.4 Water reaches the base of the I-10 bridge across the Suwannee River. The bridge is subject to closure at this level.
68 In Suwannee County, River Road floods just south of Interstate 10 at 209th Road.
67 In Suwannee County, several homes off River Road in Ellaville begin to flood.
66 Electric substation in Suwannee County floods. Water reaches US-90 in Suwannee County.
65 Water begins to surround the electric substation in Suwannee County.
64 SE 165th Street in Madison County floods on the north side of Interstate 10.
63 Residences on 38th Terrace flood in Suwannee County.
62 Portions of US Highway 90 in Madison County flood, making the road subject to closure.
60 Water approaches two homes off 38th Terrace in Suwannee County.
58 Access to Suwannee River State Park becomes restricted in Suwannee County.
57 205th Court and 205th Terrace in Suwannee County begin to flood.
54 Extensive lowland flooding occurs on the Madison and Suwannee sides of the river, including in the Suwannee River State Park.
50 Suwannee River campsites begin to flood in Hamilton and Suwannee Counties. Picnic areas in Madison County near the old US-90 bridge begin to flood.
46.25 Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission begins enforcement of a no wake zone on the Suwannee River from the US-90 bridge at Ellaville south to the SR-51 bridge at Luraville.
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Latitude: 30.384444° N, Longitude: 83.171944° W, Horizontal Datum: NAD83/WGS84

River Stage
Reference Frame
Gauge Height Flood Stage Uses
NWS stage 0 ft 53 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 0.00 ft 53 ft Survey grade GPS equipment, FEMA flood plain maps, newer USGS topographic maps
NGVD 29 0.72 ft 53.72 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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