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Cohocton River near Campbell Stage (ft)Flow (cfs)Observed: 2.5 ft at 11:45AM Feb 23, 2021Observed: 2.49 ft at 12:00PM Feb 23, 2021Observed: 2.48 ft at 12:30PM Feb 23, 2021Observed: 2.47 ft at 12:45PM Feb 23, 2021Observed: 2.47 ft at 1:00PM Feb 23, 2021Observed: 2.47 ft at 1:30PM Feb 23, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 1:45PM Feb 23, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 2:00PM Feb 23, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 2:30PM Feb 23, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 2:45PM Feb 23, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 3:00PM Feb 23, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 3:30PM Feb 23, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 3:45PM Feb 23, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 4:00PM Feb 23, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 4:30PM Feb 23, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 4:45PM Feb 23, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 5:00PM Feb 23, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 5:45PM Feb 23, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 6:00PM Feb 23, 2021Observed: 2.47 ft at 6:30PM Feb 23, 2021Observed: 2.47 ft at 6:45PM Feb 23, 2021Observed: 2.47 ft at 7:00PM Feb 23, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 7:30PM Feb 23, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 7:45PM Feb 23, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 8:00PM Feb 23, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 8:30PM Feb 23, 2021Observed: 2.45 ft at 8:45PM Feb 23, 2021Observed: 2.45 ft at 9:00PM Feb 23, 2021Observed: 2.45 ft at 9:45PM Feb 23, 2021Observed: 2.45 ft at 10:00PM Feb 23, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 10:30PM Feb 23, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 10:45PM Feb 23, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 11:00PM Feb 23, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 11:30PM Feb 23, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 11:45PM Feb 23, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 12:00AM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 12:30AM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 12:45AM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 1:00AM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 1:30AM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 1:45AM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 2:00AM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 2:30AM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 2:45AM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 3:00AM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 3:30AM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 3:45AM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 4:00AM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.45 ft at 4:30AM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.45 ft at 4:45AM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.45 ft at 5:00AM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 5:45AM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 6:00AM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 6:30AM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.46 ft at 6:45AM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.47 ft at 7:00AM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.48 ft at 7:30AM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.48 ft at 7:45AM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.49 ft at 8:00AM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.5 ft at 8:30AM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.51 ft at 8:45AM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.52 ft at 9:00AM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.55 ft at 9:30AM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.56 ft at 9:45AM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.57 ft at 10:00AM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.62 ft at 10:30AM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.62 ft at 10:45AM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.63 ft at 11:00AM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.64 ft at 11:30AM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.65 ft at 11:45AM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.65 ft at 12:00PM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.67 ft at 12:30PM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.68 ft at 12:45PM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.67 ft at 1:00PM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.71 ft at 1:45PM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.73 ft at 2:00PM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.75 ft at 2:30PM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.76 ft at 2:45PM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.77 ft at 3:00PM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.78 ft at 3:30PM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.79 ft at 3:45PM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.79 ft at 4:00PM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.8 ft at 4:30PM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.8 ft at 4:45PM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.8 ft at 5:00PM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.81 ft at 5:30PM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.81 ft at 5:45PM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.82 ft at 6:00PM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.84 ft at 6:45PM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.84 ft at 7:00PM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.85 ft at 7:30PM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.86 ft at 7:45PM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.86 ft at 8:00PM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.88 ft at 8:45PM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.88 ft at 9:00PM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.9 ft at 9:45PM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.9 ft at 10:00PM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.91 ft at 10:30PM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.91 ft at 10:45PM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.92 ft at 11:00PM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.92 ft at 11:30PM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.93 ft at 11:45PM Feb 24, 2021Observed: 2.93 ft at 12:00AM Feb 25, 2021Observed: 2.94 ft at 12:30AM Feb 25, 2021Observed: 2.94 ft at 12:45AM Feb 25, 2021Observed: 2.94 ft at 1:00AM Feb 25, 2021Observed: 2.95 ft at 1:30AM Feb 25, 2021Observed: 2.95 ft at 1:45AM Feb 25, 2021Observed: 2.96 ft at 2:00AM Feb 25, 2021Observed: 2.97 ft at 2:30AM Feb 25, 2021Observed: 2.97 ft at 2:45AM Feb 25, 2021Observed: 2.98 ft at 3:00AM Feb 25, 2021Observed: 2.99 ft at 3:30AM Feb 25, 2021Observed: 3 ft at 3:45AM Feb 25, 2021Observed: 3 ft at 4:00AM Feb 25, 2021Observed: 3.01 ft at 4:30AM Feb 25, 2021Observed: 3.01 ft at 4:45AM Feb 25, 2021Observed: 3.02 ft at 5:00AM Feb 25, 2021Observed: 3.03 ft at 5:30AM Feb 25, 2021Observed: 3.04 ft at 5:45AM Feb 25, 2021Observed: 3.05 ft at 6:00AM Feb 25, 2021Observed: 3.06 ft at 6:30AM Feb 25, 2021Observed: 3.07 ft at 6:45AM Feb 25, 2021Observed: 3.07 ft at 7:00AM Feb 25, 2021Observed: 3.09 ft at 7:45AM Feb 25, 2021Observed: 3.1 ft at 8:00AM Feb 25, 2021Observed: 3.1 ft at 8:30AM Feb 25, 2021Observed: 3.1 ft at 8:45AM Feb 25, 2021Observed: 3.11 ft at 9:00AM Feb 25, 2021Highest Observation: 3.12 ft at 9:45AM Feb 25, 2021Highest Observation: 3.12 ft at 10:00AM Feb 25, 2021Forecast: 3.1 ft 1:00PM Feb 25, 2021Forecast: 3 ft 7:00PM Feb 25, 2021Forecast: 2.9 ft 1:00AM Feb 26, 2021Forecast: 2.9 ft 7:00AM Feb 26, 2021Forecast: 2.8 ft 1:00PM Feb 26, 2021Forecast: 2.8 ft 7:00PM Feb 26, 2021Forecast: 2.7 ft 1:00AM Feb 27, 2021Forecast: 2.7 ft 7:00AM Feb 27, 2021Forecast: 2.7 ft 1:00PM Feb 27, 2021Forecast: 3 ft 7:00PM Feb 27, 2021Forecast: 3.6 ft 1:00AM Feb 28, 2021Highest Forecast: 3.9 ft 7:00AM Feb 28, 2021USGS--Water Resources of the United StatesCMPN6(plotting HGIRZ) Graph Created (11:30AM Feb 25, 2021)ObservedForecast (issued 9:26AM Feb 25)Latest observed value: 3.12 ft at 10:00 AM EST 25-Feb-2021. Flood Stage is 10 ft
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Datum: NAVD88
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NOTE: On January 4th, the USGS lowered the reference datum by 2 feet. This results in an increase to the current river stage, flood categories and historical crests by 2 feet.

NOTE: Stage may be affected by ice.

NOTE: Forecasts for the Cohocton River near Campbell are issued routinely year-round.

More information on datums is available at www.ngs.noaa.gov/faq.shtml

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Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage: 13
Moderate Flood Stage: 12
Flood Stage: 10
Action Stage: 7
Low Stage (in feet): -9999

Historic Crests
(1) 13.60 ft on 07/08/1935
(2) 13.16 ft on 06/23/1972
(3) 12.86 ft on 06/21/1972
(4) 12.33 ft on 09/26/1975
(5) 11.55 ft on 01/19/1996
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 10.02 ft on 05/17/2014
(2) 10.09 ft on 09/09/2004
(3) 11.55 ft on 01/19/1996
(4) 10.03 ft on 02/18/1981
(5) 10.21 ft on 02/16/1976
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
Currently none available.

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13.36 Flood of record. July 8, 1935.
13.16 Flood stage from Hurricane Agnes in June 1972.
13 Major flood stage. Water begins to inundate the hamlet of Campbell along Main Street. Dozens of homes threatened of being flooded on their first floor level.
12.33 This stage corresponds to the flood of September 26, 1975.
12 Moderate flood stage. Savona-Campbell Road closed in several locations due to flood waters. Tannery Road closed due to flood waters. Numerous backyards in Campbell area are flooded.
11 Main Street near Campbell-Savona schools covered with about 1 foot of water. Parking lot at school begins to flood. Basement flooding in Hamlet of Campbell becomes widespread at this point.
10 Minor flooding starts. Flood waters exit the river channel at Main Street near the Campbell-Savona schools and begin to inundate fields and low spots along the Savona-Campbell Road.
7 Savona-Campbell Road begins to flood along the backside of the river.
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(1) looking upstream
(2) view of gagehouse
(3) looking downstream
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Latitude: 42.252500° N, Longitude: 77.216944° W, Horizontal Datum: NAD27

River Stage
Reference Frame
Gauge Height Flood Stage Uses
NWS stage 0 ft 10 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 1013.89 ft 1023.89 ft Survey grade GPS equipment, FEMA flood plain maps, newer USGS topographic maps
NGVD 29 1014.34 ft 1024.34 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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