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Spring Creek near Spring, TX (SPNT2)


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Inundation Levels
NAVD88 Stage

Record Crest: 44.05 ft
107.6 35.0
106.6 34.0
105.6 33.0
104.6 32.0
103.6 31.0
102.6 30.0
101.6 29.0
100.6 28.0
99.6 27.0

Major Flooding Begins

98.6 26.0
97.6 25.0

Moderate Flooding Begins

96.6 24.0
95.6 23.0
94.6 22.0
93.6 21.0
* = Extended rating
Weather Forecast Office Houston/Galveston, TX West Gulf River Forecast Center

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1.1 ft at 04/23/2014 05:45:00 UTC
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Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage:27
Moderate Flood Stage:25
Flood Stage:21
Action Stage:14

Historical Crests
(1) 44.05 ft on 10/18/1994
(2) 34.30 ft on 05/30/1929
(3) 33.60 ft on 11/25/1940
(4) 32.80 ft on 04/30/1945
(5) 32.29 ft on 11/14/1998
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Low Water Records
(1) 3.00 ft on 10/01/1990
(2) 3.10 ft on 10/06/1982
(3) 3.21 ft on 09/19/1984
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31.7 .104.3 feet MSL...numerous homes in the Timberlake and Timberridge subdivisions in Montgomery County and and the Spring Hills subdivision south of the Woodlands are flooded with water to the roofs of some homes possible. The bridge at I-45 is closed and many homes near Riley-Fussel Road and the confluence of Spring and Cypress Creeks downstream to Lake Houston are flooded.
30 102.6 feet MSL...homes in vicinity of the former gage site at Riley-Fussel Road flood. The bridge at I-45 is closed and there is water in many home near the confluence of Spring and Cypress Creeks downstream to Lake Houston.
27.4 100 feet MSL...the I-45 bridge is closed along with any minor roads near Spring Creek and water in many homes near the confluence of Spring and Cypress Creeks downstream to Lake Houston.
27 99.6 feet MSL...major lowland flooding begins as water enters homes near the confluence of Spring and Cypress Creeks.
25 97.6 feet MSL...moderate lowland flooding begins with some minor roads near the gage inundated.
21 94.6 MSL...minor lowland flooding begins as flow escapes into secondary channels.
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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.