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Neversink River at Bridgeville Stage (ft)Flow (kcfs)Highest Observation: 5.03 ft at 11:30PM May 24, 2022Highest Observation: 5.03 ft at 11:45PM May 24, 2022Highest Observation: 5.03 ft at 12:00AM May 25, 2022Highest Observation: 5.03 ft at 12:15AM May 25, 2022Highest Observation: 5.03 ft at 12:30AM May 25, 2022Highest Observation: 5.03 ft at 12:45AM May 25, 2022Highest Observation: 5.03 ft at 1:00AM May 25, 2022Highest Observation: 5.03 ft at 1:15AM May 25, 2022Highest Observation: 5.03 ft at 1:30AM May 25, 2022Highest Observation: 5.03 ft at 1:45AM May 25, 2022Highest Observation: 5.03 ft at 2:00AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.02 ft at 2:15AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.02 ft at 2:30AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.02 ft at 2:45AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.02 ft at 3:00AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.02 ft at 3:15AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.02 ft at 3:30AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.02 ft at 3:45AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.02 ft at 4:00AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.02 ft at 4:15AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.02 ft at 4:30AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.02 ft at 4:45AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.02 ft at 5:00AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.02 ft at 5:15AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.02 ft at 5:30AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.02 ft at 5:45AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.02 ft at 6:00AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.02 ft at 6:15AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.02 ft at 6:30AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 6:45AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 7:00AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 7:15AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 7:30AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 7:45AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 8:00AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 8:15AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 8:30AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 8:45AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 9:00AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 9:15AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 9:30AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 9:45AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 10:00AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 10:15AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 10:30AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 10:45AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 11:00AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 11:15AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 11:30AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.02 ft at 11:45AM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.02 ft at 12:00PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.02 ft at 12:15PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.02 ft at 12:30PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.02 ft at 12:45PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.02 ft at 1:00PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.02 ft at 1:15PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.02 ft at 1:30PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.02 ft at 1:45PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.02 ft at 2:00PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 2:15PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 2:30PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 2:45PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 3:00PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 3:15PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 3:30PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 3:45PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 4:00PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 4:01PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 4:15PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 4:16PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 4:30PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 4:31PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 4:45PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 4:46PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 5:00PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 5:15PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 5:30PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 5:45PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 6:00PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 6:15PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 6:30PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 6:45PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 7:00PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 7:15PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 7:30PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 7:45PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 8:00PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 8:15PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 8:30PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 8:45PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 9:00PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5.01 ft at 9:15PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5 ft at 9:30PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5 ft at 9:45PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5 ft at 10:00PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5 ft at 10:15PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5 ft at 10:30PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5 ft at 10:45PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5 ft at 11:00PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5 ft at 11:15PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5 ft at 11:30PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5 ft at 11:45PM May 25, 2022Observed: 5 ft at 12:00AM May 26, 2022Observed: 5 ft at 12:15AM May 26, 2022Observed: 5 ft at 12:30AM May 26, 2022Observed: 5 ft at 12:45AM May 26, 2022Observed: 5 ft at 1:00AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 1:15AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 1:30AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 1:45AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 2:00AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 2:15AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 2:30AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 2:45AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 3:00AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 3:15AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 3:30AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 3:45AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 4:00AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 4:15AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 4:30AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 4:45AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 5:00AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 5:15AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 5:30AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 5:45AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 6:00AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 6:15AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 6:30AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 6:45AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 7:00AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 7:15AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 7:30AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 7:45AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 8:00AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 8:15AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 8:30AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 8:45AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 9:00AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 9:15AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 9:30AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 9:45AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 10:00AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 10:15AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 10:30AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 10:45AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 11:00AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 11:15AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 11:30AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 11:45AM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 12:00PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 12:15PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 12:30PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 12:45PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 1:00PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 1:15PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 1:30PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 1:45PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 2:00PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 2:15PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 2:30PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 2:45PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 3:00PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 3:15PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 3:30PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 3:45PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 4:00PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 4:01PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 4:15PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 4:16PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 4:30PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 4:31PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 4:45PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 4:46PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 5:00PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 5:15PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 5:30PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 5:45PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 6:00PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 6:15PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 6:30PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 6:45PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 7:00PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 7:15PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 7:30PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 7:45PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 8:00PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 8:15PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 8:30PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 8:45PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 9:00PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 9:15PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 9:30PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 9:45PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 10:00PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 10:15PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.99 ft at 10:30PM May 26, 2022Forecast: 5 ft 2:00AM May 27, 2022Forecast: 5 ft 8:00AM May 27, 2022Forecast: 5 ft 2:00PM May 27, 2022Forecast: 5 ft 8:00PM May 27, 2022Forecast: 5.1 ft 2:00AM May 28, 2022Highest Forecast: 5.2 ft 8:00AM May 28, 2022Highest Forecast: 5.2 ft 2:00PM May 28, 2022Highest Forecast: 5.2 ft 8:00PM May 28, 2022Forecast: 5.1 ft 2:00AM May 29, 2022Forecast: 5.1 ft 8:00AM May 29, 2022USGS--Water Resources of the United StatesBRGN6(plotting HGIRG) Graph Created (11:15PM May 26, 2022)ObservedForecast (issued 9:32AM May 26)Latest observed value: 4.99 ft at 10:30 PM EDT 26-May-2022. Flood Stage is 13 ft
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Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage: 19
Moderate Flood Stage: 17
Flood Stage: 13
Action Stage: 12
Low Stage (in feet): -9999

Historic Crests
(1) 21.25 ft on 04/03/2005
(2) 18.02 ft on 08/29/2011
(3) 16.16 ft on 06/28/2006
(4) 15.21 ft on 04/16/2007
(5) 14.05 ft on 09/07/2011
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 14.05 ft on 09/07/2011
(2) 18.02 ft on 08/29/2011
(3) 12.94 ft on 03/09/2008
(4) 15.21 ft on 04/16/2007
(5) 16.16 ft on 06/28/2006
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

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Currently none available.

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21.24 Record flooding of April 3, 2005. There was six feet of water in the Holiday Mountain Ski and Fun Park chalet. The homes and ski shop on holiday Mountain Road have 18 to 24 inches of water inside.
20.5 Gage is inudated and float becomes wedged against shelf.
19 Major flooding begins. The homes and businesses on holiday Mountain Road are inundated.
17 Moderate flooding begins. One to two feet of water on the first floor of the Holiday Mountain Ski and Fun Park chalet. The homes and businesses on holiday Mountain Road surrounded by water. Edwards Road is under water. Water reaches the steps of the gage house.
15 Holiday Mountain Road is inundated. Water reaches the Holiday Mountain Ski and Fun Park chalet.
13 Flood stage where minor flooding begins. The river begins to spread onto the parking lot at the Holiday Mountain Road ski shop.
12 Alert stage. Some field flooding begins on the right bank of the river.
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Latitude: 41.637500° N, Longitude: 74.617778° W, Horizontal Datum: NAD83/WGS84

River Stage
Reference Frame
Gauge Height Flood Stage Uses
NWS stage 0 ft 13 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 1055.56 1068.56 Survey grade GPS equipment, FEMA flood plain maps, newer USGS topographic maps
NGVD 29 Not Available Not Available 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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