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West Branch Susquehanna River near Muncy Stage (ft)Highest Observation: 10.61 ft at 11:53AM Apr 17, 2024Highest Observation: 10.61 ft at 12:13PM Apr 17, 2024Highest Observation: 10.61 ft at 12:33PM Apr 17, 2024Highest Observation: 10.61 ft at 12:53PM Apr 17, 2024Highest Observation: 10.61 ft at 1:13PM Apr 17, 2024Highest Observation: 10.61 ft at 1:33PM Apr 17, 2024Highest Observation: 10.61 ft at 1:53PM Apr 17, 2024Highest Observation: 10.61 ft at 2:13PM Apr 17, 2024Highest Observation: 10.61 ft at 2:33PM Apr 17, 2024Highest Observation: 10.61 ft at 2:53PM Apr 17, 2024Highest Observation: 10.61 ft at 3:13PM Apr 17, 2024Highest Observation: 10.61 ft at 3:43PM Apr 17, 2024Highest Observation: 10.61 ft at 4:03PM Apr 17, 2024Highest Observation: 10.61 ft at 4:23PM Apr 17, 2024Highest Observation: 10.61 ft at 4:43PM Apr 17, 2024Highest Observation: 10.61 ft at 5:03PM Apr 17, 2024Highest Observation: 10.61 ft at 5:23PM Apr 17, 2024Highest Observation: 10.61 ft at 5:43PM Apr 17, 2024Highest Observation: 10.61 ft at 6:13PM Apr 17, 2024Highest Observation: 10.61 ft at 6:33PM Apr 17, 2024Highest Observation: 10.61 ft at 6:53PM Apr 17, 2024Highest Observation: 10.61 ft at 7:13PM Apr 17, 2024Highest Observation: 10.61 ft at 7:33PM Apr 17, 2024Highest Observation: 10.61 ft at 7:53PM Apr 17, 2024Highest Observation: 10.61 ft at 8:13PM Apr 17, 2024Highest Observation: 10.61 ft at 8:33PM Apr 17, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 8:53PM Apr 17, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 9:13PM Apr 17, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 9:43PM Apr 17, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 10:13PM Apr 17, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 10:43PM Apr 17, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 11:03PM Apr 17, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 11:23PM Apr 17, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 11:43PM Apr 17, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 12:03AM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 12:23AM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 12:43AM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 1:03AM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 1:23AM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 1:43AM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 2:03AM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 2:23AM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 2:43AM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 3:03AM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 3:23AM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 3:43AM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 4:03AM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 4:23AM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 4:43AM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 5:03AM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 5:23AM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 5:43AM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 6:03AM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 6:23AM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 6:43AM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 7:03AM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 7:23AM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 7:43AM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 8:03AM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 8:23AM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 8:43AM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 9:13AM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 9:23AM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 9:43AM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 10:03AM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 10:23AM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 10:43AM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 11:03AM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 11:23AM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 11:43AM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 12:03PM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 12:23PM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 12:43PM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 1:03PM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 1:23PM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 1:43PM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 2:03PM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 2:23PM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 2:43PM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 3:03PM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 3:23PM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 3:43PM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 4:03PM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 4:23PM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 4:43PM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 5:03PM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 5:23PM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 5:43PM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 6:03PM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 6:23PM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 6:43PM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 7:03PM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 7:23PM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 7:43PM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 8:03PM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 8:23PM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 8:43PM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 9:03PM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 9:23PM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 9:43PM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 10:03PM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 10:23PM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 10:43PM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 11:03PM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 11:23PM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 11:43PM Apr 18, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 12:03AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 12:23AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 12:43AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 1:03AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 1:23AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 1:43AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 2:03AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 2:23AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 2:43AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 3:03AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 3:23AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 3:43AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 4:03AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 4:33AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 4:53AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 5:13AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 5:33AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 5:53AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 9.79 ft at 6:13AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 6:23AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 6:43AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 7:03AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 7:23AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 10.2 ft at 7:43AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 9.79 ft at 7:53AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 9.79 ft at 8:13AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 9.39 ft at 8:23AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 9.39 ft at 8:43AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 9.39 ft at 9:03AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 9.39 ft at 9:23AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 9.39 ft at 9:43AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 9.39 ft at 10:03AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 9.39 ft at 10:23AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 9.39 ft at 10:53AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 9.39 ft at 11:13AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 9.39 ft at 11:33AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 9.39 ft at 11:53AM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 9.39 ft at 12:23PM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 12:53PM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 9.39 ft at 1:13PM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 1:43PM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 9.39 ft at 2:13PM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 2:33PM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 9.39 ft at 2:53PM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 9.39 ft at 3:13PM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 9.39 ft at 3:33PM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 9.39 ft at 3:53PM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 9.39 ft at 4:13PM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 9.39 ft at 4:23PM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 9.39 ft at 4:43PM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 9.39 ft at 5:13PM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 9.39 ft at 5:33PM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 9.39 ft at 5:53PM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 9.39 ft at 6:13PM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 6:23PM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 6:43PM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 9.39 ft at 6:53PM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 9.39 ft at 7:13PM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 7:43PM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 9.39 ft at 7:53PM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 8:03PM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 8:33PM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 8:53PM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 9:13PM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 9:43PM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 10:03PM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 10:23PM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 11:13PM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 11:33PM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 11:53PM Apr 19, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 12:13AM Apr 20, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 12:33AM Apr 20, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 12:53AM Apr 20, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 1:13AM Apr 20, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 1:33AM Apr 20, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 1:53AM Apr 20, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 2:13AM Apr 20, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 2:33AM Apr 20, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 2:53AM Apr 20, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 3:13AM Apr 20, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 3:33AM Apr 20, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 3:53AM Apr 20, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 4:13AM Apr 20, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 4:33AM Apr 20, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 4:53AM Apr 20, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 5:13AM Apr 20, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 5:33AM Apr 20, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 5:53AM Apr 20, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 6:13AM Apr 20, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 6:33AM Apr 20, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 6:53AM Apr 20, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 7:13AM Apr 20, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 7:33AM Apr 20, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 7:53AM Apr 20, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 8:13AM Apr 20, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 8:33AM Apr 20, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 8:53AM Apr 20, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 9:13AM Apr 20, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 9:33AM Apr 20, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 9:53AM Apr 20, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 10:13AM Apr 20, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 10:23AM Apr 20, 2024Observed: 8.98 ft at 10:43AM Apr 20, 2024Highest Forecast: 8.8 ft 2:00PM Apr 20, 2024Forecast: 8.6 ft 8:00PM Apr 20, 2024Forecast: 8.5 ft 2:00AM Apr 21, 2024Forecast: 8.4 ft 8:00AM Apr 21, 2024Forecast: 8.2 ft 2:00PM Apr 21, 2024Forecast: 8 ft 8:00PM Apr 21, 2024Forecast: 7.8 ft 2:00AM Apr 22, 2024Forecast: 7.5 ft 8:00AM Apr 22, 2024Forecast: 7.2 ft 2:00PM Apr 22, 2024Forecast: 7 ft 8:00PM Apr 22, 2024Forecast: 6.8 ft 2:00AM Apr 23, 2024Forecast: 6.7 ft 8:00AM Apr 23, 2024Lycoming CountyMCYP1(plotting HGIRP) Graph Created (11:33AM Apr 20, 2024)ObservedForecast (issued 10:56AM Apr 20)Latest observed value: 8.98 ft at 10:43 AM EDT 20-Apr-2024. Flood Stage is 20 ft
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Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage: 28
Moderate Flood Stage: 22
Flood Stage: 20
Action Stage: 16
Low Stage (in feet): 0

Historic Crests
(1) 37.45 ft on 06/23/1972
(2) 35.90 ft on 03/18/1936
(3) 30.30 ft on 05/28/1946
(4) 28.80 ft on 09/19/2004
(5) 28.80 ft on 11/26/1950
(6) 28.78 ft on 03/11/1964
(7) 28.60 ft on 01/20/1996
(8) 28.05 ft on 09/26/1975
(9) 24.30 ft on 12/02/2010
(10) 22.70 ft on 03/11/2011
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 21.20 ft on 09/11/2018
(2) 22.70 ft on 03/11/2011
(3) 24.30 ft on 12/02/2010
(4) 20.30 ft on 04/03/2005
(5) 28.80 ft on 09/19/2004
(6) 28.60 ft on 01/20/1996
(7) 19.90 ft on 08/19/1995
(8) 16.50 ft on 04/07/1994
(9) 17.50 ft on 04/04/1994
(10) 19.50 ft on 03/25/1994
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
(1) 0.92 ft on 09/13/1983

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37 Most of the northern portion of Muncy is inundated by flood waters.
35 High water affects the Muncy Valley Hospital.
31 North Market, Main, and Washington Streets are flooded.
29 The water level reaches the old feed mill on West Water Street.
28 Numerous homes and businesses in Montgomery are affected by high water.
27 Numerous homes and businesses in Muncy are affected.
25 The Andritz (Sprout Bauer) plant experiences significant flooding. Many homes in low lying areas are also affected.
24 Several homes on Broad Street and Second Streets in Montgomery are affected.
23 The Andritz (Sprout Bauer) plant is affected by high water.
22 A number of homes are flooded. Route 405 is affected between Muncy and Montgomery. South Main Street and Ellis Parkway are flooded in Montgomery.
21 Old Route 147 is inundated north of Muncy.
20 A few residences in Muncy flood. Ellis Parkway in Montgomery floods, limiting access to the Riverside Campground office and the campground.
18 Both banks overflow into agricultural fields.
17 The Riverside Campground and the River Field Little League Complex in Montgomery are affected by high water.
16 Both banks overflow into agricultural fields.
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Latitude: 41.205556° N, Longitude: 76.801389° W, Horizontal Datum: NAD83/WGS84

River Stage
Reference Frame
Gauge Height Flood Stage Uses
NWS stage 0 ft 20 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 Not Available Not Available 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 463.6 ft 483.6 ft  
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