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Lycoming Creek at Hepburnville Stage (ft)Observed: 2.56 ft at 5:44PM Mar 01, 2024Observed: 2.55 ft at 6:14PM Mar 01, 2024Observed: 2.56 ft at 6:54PM Mar 01, 2024Observed: 2.57 ft at 7:54PM Mar 01, 2024Observed: 2.53 ft at 8:44PM Mar 01, 2024Observed: 2.52 ft at 12:45AM Mar 02, 2024Observed: 2.53 ft at 1:25AM Mar 02, 2024Observed: 2.52 ft at 1:55AM Mar 02, 2024Observed: 2.51 ft at 3:45AM Mar 02, 2024Observed: 2.5 ft at 5:26AM Mar 02, 2024Observed: 2.5 ft at 7:36AM Mar 02, 2024Observed: 2.5 ft at 8:16AM Mar 02, 2024Observed: 5.09 ft at 10:06AM Mar 02, 2024Observed: 2.55 ft at 10:37AM Mar 02, 2024Observed: 2.56 ft at 10:57AM Mar 02, 2024Observed: 2.6 ft at 1:37PM Mar 02, 2024Observed: 2.62 ft at 2:17PM Mar 02, 2024Observed: 2.69 ft at 3:57PM Mar 02, 2024Observed: 2.69 ft at 4:17PM Mar 02, 2024Observed: 2.69 ft at 4:48PM Mar 02, 2024Observed: 2.73 ft at 5:18PM Mar 02, 2024Observed: 2.78 ft at 6:38PM Mar 02, 2024Observed: 2.8 ft at 6:48PM Mar 02, 2024Observed: 2.83 ft at 7:08PM Mar 02, 2024Observed: 2.83 ft at 7:28PM Mar 02, 2024Observed: 2.85 ft at 7:58PM Mar 02, 2024Observed: 2.88 ft at 8:28PM Mar 02, 2024Observed: 2.91 ft at 9:18PM Mar 02, 2024Observed: 0.41 ft at 9:48PM Mar 02, 2024Observed: 2.9 ft at 10:28PM Mar 02, 2024Observed: 3.02 ft at 10:49PM Mar 02, 2024Observed: 3.06 ft at 11:29PM Mar 02, 2024Observed: 3.07 ft at 11:59PM Mar 02, 2024Observed: 3.11 ft at 12:29AM Mar 03, 2024Observed: 3.11 ft at 12:59AM Mar 03, 2024Observed: 3.14 ft at 3:09AM Mar 03, 2024Observed: 3.08 ft at 5:20AM Mar 03, 2024Observed: 3.08 ft at 5:40AM Mar 03, 2024Observed: 3.04 ft at 6:30AM Mar 03, 2024Observed: 2.69 ft at 8:20AM Mar 03, 2024Observed: 2.96 ft at 9:40AM Mar 03, 2024Observed: 2.86 ft at 1:31PM Mar 03, 2024Observed: 2.87 ft at 2:31PM Mar 03, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 4:08PM Mar 03, 2024Observed: 2.84 ft at 4:21PM Mar 03, 2024Observed: 2.79 ft at 4:41PM Mar 03, 2024Observed: 2.82 ft at 6:12PM Mar 03, 2024Observed: 2.8 ft at 6:52PM Mar 03, 2024Observed: 2.76 ft at 7:22PM Mar 03, 2024Observed: 2.78 ft at 8:12PM Mar 03, 2024Highest Observation: 15.33 ft at 10:09PM Mar 03, 2024Observed: 2.73 ft at 11:13PM Mar 03, 2024Observed: 2.71 ft at 12:03AM Mar 04, 2024Observed: 2.72 ft at 12:33AM Mar 04, 2024Observed: 2.72 ft at 12:53AM Mar 04, 2024Observed: 2.71 ft at 1:23AM Mar 04, 2024Observed: 2.7 ft at 3:33AM Mar 04, 2024Observed: 2.68 ft at 4:03AM Mar 04, 2024Observed: 2.66 ft at 5:14AM Mar 04, 2024Observed: 2.62 ft at 6:04AM Mar 04, 2024Observed: 2.6 ft at 9:24AM Mar 04, 2024Observed: 2.61 ft at 9:44AM Mar 04, 2024Observed: 2.58 ft at 10:54AM Mar 04, 2024Observed: 2.59 ft at 11:15AM Mar 04, 2024Observed: 2.67 ft at 11:55AM Mar 04, 2024Observed: 2.62 ft at 12:25PM Mar 04, 2024Observed: 2.6 ft at 12:55PM Mar 04, 2024Observed: 2.6 ft at 1:15PM Mar 04, 2024Observed: 2.58 ft at 1:45PM Mar 04, 2024Observed: 0.04 ft at 2:05PM Mar 04, 2024Observed: 2.63 ft at 2:55PM Mar 04, 2024Observed: 2.6 ft at 3:35PM Mar 04, 2024Observed: 2.61 ft at 4:55PM Mar 04, 2024HEPP1(plotting HGIRP) Graph Created (5:33PM Mar 4, 2024)ObservedLatest observed value: 2.61 ft at 4:55 PM EST 4-Mar-2024.
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NOTE: Graphical forecasts are not available for the Lycoming Creek at Hepburnville. During times of high water, forecast crest information can be found in the text products.
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Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage: 0
Moderate Flood Stage: 0
Flood Stage: 0
Action Stage: 0
Low Stage (in feet): 0

Historic Crests
(1) 18.69 ft on 01/19/1996
(2) 17.55 ft on 09/08/2011
(3) 15.75 ft on 09/18/2004
(4) 13.96 ft on 12/01/2010
(5) 13.94 ft on 03/10/2011
(6) 13.70 ft on 01/25/2010
(7) 12.98 ft on 04/03/2005
(8) 12.49 ft on 11/29/2005

(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 17.55 ft on 09/08/2011
(2) 13.94 ft on 03/10/2011
(3) 13.96 ft on 12/01/2010
(4) 13.70 ft on 01/25/2010
(5) 12.49 ft on 11/29/2005
(6) 12.98 ft on 04/03/2005
(7) 15.75 ft on 09/18/2004
(8) 18.69 ft on 01/19/1996

(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
Currently none available.

For more information on your flood risk go to www.floodsmart.gov.

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Latitude: 41.302778° N, Longitude: 77.063333° W, Horizontal Datum: NAD83/WGS84

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