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Neuse River at Smithfield, NC (SMFN7)


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Inundation Levels
NAVD88 Stage

127.0* 28.7*
126.0* 27.7*
Record Crest: 27.4 ft
125.0 26.7
124.0 25.7
123.0 24.7
122.0 23.7
121.0 22.7
120.0 21.7
119.0 20.7

Major Flooding Begins

118.0 19.7
117.0 18.7

Moderate Flooding Begins

116.0 17.7
115.0 16.7
114.0 15.7

Minor Flooding Begins

113.0 14.7
* = Extended rating
Weather Forecast Office Raleigh, NC Southeast River Forecast Center

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9.6 ft at 04/24/2014 20:15:00 UTC
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Major Flood Stage:20
Moderate Flood Stage:18
Flood Stage:15
Action Stage:14

Historical Crests
(1) 27.40 ft on 09/08/1996
(2) 27.10 ft on 08/01/1908
(3) 26.80 ft on 07/24/1919
(4) 26.72 ft on 09/18/1999
(5) 26.40 ft on 10/03/1929
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Low Water Records
(1) 2.38 ft on 09/26/1968
(2) 2.47 ft on 07/29/1977
(3) 2.64 ft on 08/31/1980
(4) 2.97 ft on 10/20/1981
(5) 3.00 ft on 09/19/1985
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40 U.S. HWY 70 BRIDGE RAILING IS TOPPED.
40 U.S. HWY 70 BRIDGE RAILING IS TOPPED.
36 U.S. HWY 70 FLOODS.
30 HOUSES ON THE RIVER SIDE OF SOUTH FRONT STREET FLOOD.
28 WATER AFFECTS NORTH FRONT STREET. A CONSIDERABLE PORTION OF THE CITY IS FLOODED.
28 WATER AFFECTS NORTH FRONT STREET. A CONSIDERABLE PORTION OF THE CITY IS FLOODED.
25 THE MAIN OPERATIONS BUILDING AT THE WATER TREATMENT PLANT FLOODS.
23 THE BASEMENTS OF ABOUT 2 DOZEN HOMES ON THE LEFT BANK FLOOD.
21 A LARGE AREA BETWEEN FIRST AND SECOND STREET IN THE SOUTH PART OF TOWN FLOODS.
20 FLOOD WATERS SIGNIFICANTLY AFFECT OPERATIONS AT THE WATER TREATMENT PLANT.
19.5 HOSPITAL ROAD...BETWEEN US301 AND BUFFALO ROAD...HAS TO BE CLOSED.
19 SOME SMITHFIELD STREETS BEGIN TO FLOOD.
17 SMITHFIELD TOWN PARK NEAR THE HIGHWAY 70 BRIDGE FLOODS.
16 WATER COVERS THE DIRT ROAD NEXT TO THE WATER TREATMENT PLANT.
15 WATER REACHES THE BASE OF THE HOLDING TANK AT THE WATER TREATMENT PLANT.
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Graphical representation of flood inundation for NWS flood categories are based on steady state hydraulic modeling of water surface elevations for incremented discharges. Map shows approximate inundation areas for given water surface elevations and should not be used for navigation or permitting or other legal purposes, but strictly as a planning reference tool.