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West Plum Creek (CO) above Sedalia Stage (ft)Observed: 1.01 ft at 2:49AM Oct 18, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 3:48AM Oct 18, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 4:49AM Oct 18, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 5:49AM Oct 18, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 6:49AM Oct 18, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 7:49AM Oct 18, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 8:49AM Oct 18, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 9:48AM Oct 18, 2020Observed: 1.03 ft at 10:49AM Oct 18, 2020Observed: 1.03 ft at 11:49AM Oct 18, 2020Observed: 1.01 ft at 12:49PM Oct 18, 2020Observed: 1.01 ft at 1:49PM Oct 18, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 2:49PM Oct 18, 2020Observed: 1.01 ft at 3:49PM Oct 18, 2020Observed: 1.01 ft at 4:49PM Oct 18, 2020Observed: 1.01 ft at 5:49PM Oct 18, 2020Observed: 1.01 ft at 6:49PM Oct 18, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 7:49PM Oct 18, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 8:48PM Oct 18, 2020Observed: 1.03 ft at 9:49PM Oct 18, 2020Observed: 1.03 ft at 10:49PM Oct 18, 2020Observed: 1.03 ft at 11:49PM Oct 18, 2020Observed: 1.03 ft at 12:49AM Oct 19, 2020Observed: 1.03 ft at 1:49AM Oct 19, 2020Observed: 1.03 ft at 2:49AM Oct 19, 2020Highest Observation: 1.04 ft at 8:49AM Oct 19, 2020Highest Observation: 1.04 ft at 9:49AM Oct 19, 2020Observed: 1.03 ft at 10:48AM Oct 19, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 11:49AM Oct 19, 2020Observed: 1.01 ft at 12:49PM Oct 19, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 1:48PM Oct 19, 2020Observed: 1.01 ft at 2:49PM Oct 19, 2020Observed: 1.01 ft at 3:49PM Oct 19, 2020Observed: 1.01 ft at 4:48PM Oct 19, 2020Observed: 1.01 ft at 5:49PM Oct 19, 2020Observed: 1.01 ft at 6:49PM Oct 19, 2020Observed: 1 ft at 7:48PM Oct 19, 2020Observed: 1.01 ft at 8:49PM Oct 19, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 9:49PM Oct 19, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 10:49PM Oct 19, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 11:49PM Oct 19, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 12:49AM Oct 20, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 1:49AM Oct 20, 2020Observed: 1.03 ft at 3:49AM Oct 20, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 4:49AM Oct 20, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 5:49AM Oct 20, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 6:49AM Oct 20, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 7:49AM Oct 20, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 8:48AM Oct 20, 2020Observed: 1.01 ft at 9:49AM Oct 20, 2020Observed: 1.01 ft at 10:49AM Oct 20, 2020Observed: 1.01 ft at 11:49AM Oct 20, 2020Observed: 1 ft at 12:49PM Oct 20, 2020Observed: 1 ft at 1:49PM Oct 20, 2020Observed: 1 ft at 2:49PM Oct 20, 2020Observed: 1.01 ft at 3:49PM Oct 20, 2020Observed: 1.01 ft at 4:49PM Oct 20, 2020Observed: 1.01 ft at 5:49PM Oct 20, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 6:49PM Oct 20, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 7:49PM Oct 20, 2020Observed: 1.01 ft at 8:49PM Oct 20, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 9:49PM Oct 20, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 10:49PM Oct 20, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 11:49PM Oct 20, 2020Observed: 1.03 ft at 12:49AM Oct 21, 2020Observed: 1.03 ft at 1:49AM Oct 21, 2020Observed: 1.03 ft at 2:49AM Oct 21, 2020Observed: 1.03 ft at 3:49AM Oct 21, 2020Observed: 1.03 ft at 4:49AM Oct 21, 2020Highest Observation: 1.04 ft at 5:49AM Oct 21, 2020Highest Observation: 1.04 ft at 6:49AM Oct 21, 2020Observed: 1.03 ft at 7:49AM Oct 21, 2020Highest Observation: 1.04 ft at 8:49AM Oct 21, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 9:49AM Oct 21, 2020Observed: 1.01 ft at 10:49AM Oct 21, 2020Observed: 1 ft at 11:49AM Oct 21, 2020Observed: 1 ft at 12:49PM Oct 21, 2020Observed: 1 ft at 1:49PM Oct 21, 2020Observed: 0.99 ft at 2:49PM Oct 21, 2020Observed: 1 ft at 3:48PM Oct 21, 2020Observed: 1 ft at 4:49PM Oct 21, 2020Observed: 1 ft at 5:49PM Oct 21, 2020Observed: 1 ft at 6:49PM Oct 21, 2020Observed: 1 ft at 7:49PM Oct 21, 2020Observed: 1.01 ft at 8:48PM Oct 21, 2020Observed: 1.01 ft at 9:49PM Oct 21, 2020Observed: 1.01 ft at 10:49PM Oct 21, 2020Observed: 1.01 ft at 11:49PM Oct 21, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 12:48AM Oct 22, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 1:49AM Oct 22, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 2:49AM Oct 22, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 3:48AM Oct 22, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 4:49AM Oct 22, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 5:49AM Oct 22, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 6:49AM Oct 22, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 7:49AM Oct 22, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 8:49AM Oct 22, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 9:49AM Oct 22, 2020Observed: 1.02 ft at 10:49AM Oct 22, 2020MHFDWPCC2(plotting HGIRZ) Graph Created (2:00AM Oct 23, 2020)ObservedLatest observed value: 1.02 ft at 10:49 AM MDT 22-Oct-2020. Flood Stage is 6.8 ft
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NOTE: Gauge readings not available during the winter months.

NOTE: Forecasts are not available for the West Plum Creek (CO) above Sedalia. Only observed stages are available for this point.

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Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage: 11.6
Moderate Flood Stage: 11
Flood Stage: 6.8
Action Stage: 5
Low Stage (in feet): -9999

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7 TALL HORSE TRAIL ROAD FLOODS
5 LOW LYING AREAS ALONG WEST PLUM CREEK FLOOD
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Latitude: 39.372100° N, Longitude: 104.957600° W, Horizontal Datum: NAD83/WGS84

River Stage
Reference Frame
Gauge Height Flood Stage Uses
NWS stage 0 ft 6.8 ft Interpreting hydrographs and NWS watch, warnings, and forecasts, and inundation maps
Vertical Datum Elevation
(gauge height = 0)
Elevation
(gauge height = flood stage)
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NAVD88 Not Available Not Available Survey grade GPS equipment, FEMA flood plain maps, newer USGS topographic maps
NGVD 29 2810 2816.8 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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