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Grand River At Comstock Park (CMPM4)

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NOTE: River forecasts for this location take into account past precipitation and the precipitation amounts expected approximately 24 hours into the future from the forecast issuance time.
NOTE: Gauge reading may be affected by ice during freezing weather from November to April.
Flood Stage: 12 Feet
Latest Stage: 9.95
Current Warnings/Statements/Advisories:None currently.
at Comstock Park
Stage (ft)Flow (kcfs)Highest Observation: 10.4 ft at 9:00AM Apr 23, 2017Highest Observation: 10.4 ft at 8:30AM Apr 24, 2017Observed: 10.25 ft at 12:01PM Apr 25, 2017Observed: 10.1 ft at 3:30PM Apr 26, 2017Observed: 9.95 ft at 7:40AM Apr 27, 2017CMPM4(plotting HGIRZ) Graph Created (2:04AM Apr 28, 2017)ObservedLatest observed value: 9.95 ft at 7:40 AM EDT 27-Apr-2017. Flood Stage is 12 ft
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Flood Impacts

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Major flooding on homes along Abrigador Trail, Willow Drive, Riverbank Street and Konkle Drive. In Comstock Park and Plainfield Township approximatley 100 homes affected by flooding.
Homes along Willow Drive and Abrigador Trail have flooded basements and Abrigador Trail is closed. Riverbank Street northeast in Plainfield Township is flooded and homes along Riverbank Street have flooded basements. Konkle Drive northeast in Plainfield township is flooded.
Abrigador Trail is underwater and minor flooding of homes occurs along Abrigador Trail and Willow Drive.
Expect minor flooding of homes along Abrigador Trail.
River is bankfull.
Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage: 16
Moderate Flood Stage: 14
Flood Stage: 12
Action Stage: 11
Low Stage (in feet): 0

Historic Crests
(1) 17.80 ft on 04/21/2013
(2) 17.75 ft on 03/22/1948
(3) 17.45 ft on 04/09/1947
(4) 16.70 ft on 03/01/1985
(5) 16.60 ft on 05/27/2004
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 12.20 ft on 01/12/2017
(2) 12.80 ft on 03/20/2014
(3) 17.80 ft on 04/21/2013
(4) 14.00 ft on 05/01/2011
(5) 12.10 ft on 03/16/2010
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
Currently none available.

Observed and Forecast Stages

Observed Data:
Date (UTC)
04/27 11:40
9.95 ft
8.95 kcfs
04/26 19:30
10.1 ft
9.21 kcfs
04/25 16:01
10.25 ft
9.52 kcfs
04/24 12:30
10.4 ft
9.85 kcfs
04/23 13:00
10.4 ft
9.85 kcfs
04/23 03:13
10.3 ft
9.63 kcfs
04/22 04:27
10.25 ft
9.52 kcfs
04/21 16:47
10.2 ft
9.42 kcfs
04/21 04:00
10.2 ft
9.42 kcfs
04/20 15:30
10.3 ft
9.63 kcfs
04/20 03:00
10.2 ft
9.42 kcfs
04/19 16:45
10.4 ft
9.85 kcfs
Forecast Data:
There is no forecast data.
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