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Proctor Creek near Atlanta Stage (ft)Observed: 0.96 ft at 4:15AM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 0.96 ft at 4:30AM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 0.97 ft at 4:45AM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 0.97 ft at 5:00AM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 0.97 ft at 5:15AM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 0.97 ft at 5:30AM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 5:45AM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.05 ft at 6:00AM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.09 ft at 6:15AM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.11 ft at 6:30AM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.12 ft at 6:45AM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.12 ft at 7:00AM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.12 ft at 7:15AM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.11 ft at 7:30AM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.11 ft at 7:45AM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.1 ft at 8:00AM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.1 ft at 8:15AM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.1 ft at 8:30AM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.09 ft at 8:45AM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.08 ft at 9:00AM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.08 ft at 9:15AM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.07 ft at 9:30AM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.06 ft at 9:45AM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.06 ft at 10:00AM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.06 ft at 10:15AM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.05 ft at 10:30AM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.05 ft at 10:45AM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.05 ft at 11:00AM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.05 ft at 11:15AM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.04 ft at 11:30AM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.04 ft at 11:45AM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.04 ft at 12:00PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.04 ft at 12:15PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.04 ft at 12:30PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.03 ft at 12:45PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.03 ft at 1:00PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.03 ft at 1:15PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.03 ft at 1:30PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.03 ft at 1:45PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.02 ft at 2:00PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.02 ft at 2:15PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.03 ft at 2:30PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.02 ft at 2:45PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.02 ft at 3:00PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.02 ft at 3:15PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.03 ft at 3:30PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.03 ft at 3:45PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.02 ft at 4:00PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.03 ft at 4:15PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.02 ft at 4:30PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.02 ft at 4:45PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.02 ft at 5:00PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.02 ft at 5:15PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.02 ft at 5:30PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.02 ft at 5:45PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.02 ft at 6:00PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.02 ft at 6:15PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.02 ft at 6:30PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.02 ft at 6:45PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.02 ft at 7:00PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.02 ft at 7:15PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.02 ft at 7:30PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.01 ft at 7:45PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.01 ft at 8:00PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.01 ft at 8:15PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.01 ft at 8:30PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.01 ft at 8:45PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.01 ft at 9:00PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.01 ft at 9:15PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.01 ft at 9:30PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 9:45PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 10:00PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 10:15PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 10:30PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.01 ft at 10:45PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1.01 ft at 11:00PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 11:15PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 11:30PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 11:45PM Oct 14, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 12:00AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 12:15AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 12:30AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 12:45AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 1:00AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 1:15AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 1:30AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 1:45AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 2:00AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 2:15AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 2:30AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 2:45AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 3:00AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 3:15AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 3:30AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 3:45AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 4:00AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 4:15AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 4:30AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 4:45AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 5:00AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 5:15AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 5:30AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 5:45AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.98 ft at 6:00AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.98 ft at 6:15AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.98 ft at 6:30AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.98 ft at 6:45AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.98 ft at 7:00AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.98 ft at 7:15AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.98 ft at 7:30AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.98 ft at 7:45AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.98 ft at 8:00AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.98 ft at 8:15AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.98 ft at 8:30AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.98 ft at 8:45AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 9:00AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 9:15AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 9:30AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 9:45AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 10:00AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 10:15AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 10:30AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 10:45AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 11:00AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 11:15AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 11:30AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 1.01 ft at 11:45AM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 1.01 ft at 12:00PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 12:15PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 12:30PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 12:45PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 1:00PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 1:15PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 1:30PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 1:45PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 2:00PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 2:15PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 2:30PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 2:45PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 3:00PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 3:15PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 3:30PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 3:45PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 4:00PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 4:15PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 4:30PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 4:45PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.98 ft at 5:00PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.98 ft at 5:15PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.98 ft at 5:30PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.98 ft at 5:45PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.98 ft at 6:00PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.98 ft at 6:15PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.98 ft at 6:30PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.98 ft at 6:45PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 7:00PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 7:15PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 7:30PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 7:45PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 8:00PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 8:15PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 8:30PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 8:45PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 9:00PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 9:15PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 9:30PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 9:45PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 10:00PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 10:15PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 10:30PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 10:45PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 11:00PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 11:15PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 11:30PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 11:45PM Oct 15, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 12:00AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 12:15AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 12:30AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 12:45AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 0.99 ft at 1:00AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 1:15AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 1:30AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 1:45AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 2:00AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 2:15AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 2:30AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 2:45AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.01 ft at 3:00AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.01 ft at 3:15AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.01 ft at 3:30AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.01 ft at 3:45AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.01 ft at 4:00AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.01 ft at 4:15AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.02 ft at 4:30AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.02 ft at 4:45AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.03 ft at 5:00AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.03 ft at 5:15AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.04 ft at 5:30AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.04 ft at 5:45AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.04 ft at 6:00AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.05 ft at 6:15AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.05 ft at 6:30AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.06 ft at 6:45AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.06 ft at 7:00AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.06 ft at 7:15AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.06 ft at 7:30AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.07 ft at 7:45AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.07 ft at 8:00AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.07 ft at 8:15AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.08 ft at 8:30AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.09 ft at 8:45AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.09 ft at 9:00AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.1 ft at 9:15AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.1 ft at 9:30AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.12 ft at 9:45AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.13 ft at 10:00AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.14 ft at 10:15AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.15 ft at 10:30AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.15 ft at 10:45AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.16 ft at 11:00AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.17 ft at 11:15AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.19 ft at 11:30AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.21 ft at 11:45AM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.21 ft at 12:00PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.23 ft at 12:15PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.24 ft at 12:30PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.24 ft at 12:45PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.24 ft at 1:00PM Oct 16, 2019Highest Observation: 1.25 ft at 1:15PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.24 ft at 1:30PM Oct 16, 2019Highest Observation: 1.25 ft at 1:45PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.24 ft at 2:00PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.23 ft at 2:15PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.23 ft at 2:30PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.22 ft at 2:45PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.22 ft at 3:00PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.21 ft at 3:15PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.21 ft at 3:30PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.21 ft at 3:45PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.2 ft at 4:00PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.19 ft at 4:15PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.19 ft at 4:30PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.19 ft at 4:45PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.18 ft at 5:00PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.18 ft at 5:15PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.17 ft at 5:30PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.17 ft at 5:45PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.17 ft at 6:00PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.17 ft at 6:15PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.16 ft at 6:30PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.15 ft at 6:45PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.15 ft at 7:00PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.15 ft at 7:15PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.15 ft at 7:30PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.15 ft at 7:45PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.15 ft at 8:00PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.14 ft at 8:15PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.14 ft at 8:30PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.14 ft at 8:45PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.14 ft at 9:00PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.13 ft at 9:15PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.14 ft at 9:30PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.13 ft at 9:45PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.13 ft at 10:00PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.13 ft at 10:15PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.12 ft at 10:30PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.12 ft at 10:45PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.12 ft at 11:00PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.12 ft at 11:15PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.12 ft at 11:30PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.11 ft at 11:45PM Oct 16, 2019Observed: 1.11 ft at 12:00AM Oct 17, 2019Observed: 1.11 ft at 12:15AM Oct 17, 2019Observed: 1.11 ft at 12:30AM Oct 17, 2019Observed: 1.11 ft at 12:45AM Oct 17, 2019Observed: 1.1 ft at 1:00AM Oct 17, 2019Observed: 1.1 ft at 1:15AM Oct 17, 2019Observed: 1.1 ft at 1:30AM Oct 17, 2019Observed: 1.09 ft at 1:45AM Oct 17, 2019Observed: 1.09 ft at 2:00AM Oct 17, 2019Observed: 1.09 ft at 2:15AM Oct 17, 2019Observed: 1.09 ft at 2:30AM Oct 17, 2019Observed: 1.09 ft at 2:45AM Oct 17, 2019Observed: 1.09 ft at 3:00AM Oct 17, 2019Observed: 1.08 ft at 3:15AM Oct 17, 2019Observed: 1.08 ft at 3:30AM Oct 17, 2019USGS--Water Resources of the United StatesPBCG1(plotting HGIRG) Graph Created (4:03AM Oct 17, 2019)ObservedLatest observed value: 1.08 ft at 3:30 AM EDT 17-Oct-2019. Flood Stage is 8 ft
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NOTE: Automatic observations from this river gage have been discontinued due to loss of funding. Contact webmaster at the link below if you can help.

NOTE: Forecasts are not available for the Proctor Creek near Atlanta. Only observed stages are available for this point.

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Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage: 17
Moderate Flood Stage: 15
Flood Stage: 12
Action Stage: 10
Low Stage (in feet): -9999

Historic Crests
(1) 15.95 ft on 03/13/2019
(2) 15.40 ft on 04/30/1963
(3) 14.20 ft on 02/25/1961
(4) 13.99 ft on 09/16/2004
(5) 13.35 ft on 07/06/2005
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 15.95 ft on 03/13/2019
(2) 13.35 ft on 07/06/2005
(3) 11.75 ft on 11/02/2004
(4) 13.99 ft on 09/16/2004
(5) 12.34 ft on 07/25/2004
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
(1) 1.00 ft on 06/01/2004

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26 Catastrophic flooding continues upstream and downstream of the gage and portions of Hortense Way will be under 2 feet of water. A home on Hortense Way near the bridge will be flooded with around 9 feet of water and water will inundate other homes along Hortense Way. Grove Park will be completely submerged and flood waters will be 3 to 4 feet deep in Carter Woodsen Elementary School. The USGS gage house will be completely submerged. A loss of data transmission is expected.
24 Catastrophic flooding continues upstream and downstream of the gage and portions of Hortense Way will be under 2 feet of water. A home on Hortense Way near the bridge will be inundated with around 7 feet of water and flood waters will begin to approach the foundations of nearby homes. Grove Park will be completely submerged and flood waters will be 1 to 2 feet deep in Carter Woodsen Elementary School. Water will be 1 to 2 feet deep in the USGS gage house. A loss of data transmission is likely.
22 Catastrophic flooding occurs upstream and downstream of the gage and water begins to flow over Hortense Way. A home near the bridge will be inundated with around 5 feet of water. The water level will be hitting the bridge acting like an obstacle and causing some backwater and erosion. Grove Park will be completely inundated and flood waters will approach the foundation of Carter Woodsen Elementary School. Water will reach the bottom of the USGS gage house. A loss of data transmission will be possible.
20 Major flooding expands. Extensive flooding occurs upstream and downstream of the gage and the water level will be hitting the Hortense Place Bridge acting like an obstacle and causing some backwater and erosion to the sides of the bridge. A home near the bridge on Hortense Way will be inundated with around 3 feet of water. Widespread flooding of Grove Park will continue and flooding will expand to include areas near Carter Woodsen Elementary School.
18 Flooding never seen before occurs with extensive flooding upstream and downstream of the gage. Water will approach the bottom of the Hortense Place Bridge. A home near the bridge on Hortense Way will be inundated with around one foot of water. Widespread flooding of Grove Park will continue and flooding will expand to include areas near Carter Woodsen Elementary School.
17 Major flooding begins. Extensive flooding occurs upstream and downstream of the gage and water begins to approach the foundation of a home near the Hortense Place bridge. Water will be 4 to 5 feet deep in a structure along the creek downstream of the gage. Grove park will be inundated with flood waters and flooding will expand to include low lying areas near Carter Woodsen Elementary School.
16 Significant flooding continues. Flooding expands upstream and downstream of the gage on Hortense Place. Water will be 4 feet deep in a structure along the right bank of the creek downstream of the gage. Widespread flooding of Grove Park continues.
15 Moderate flooding begins. Flooding of the natural flood plain expands upstream and downstream of the gage on Hortense Place. Water will be 3 feet deep in a structure along the right bank of the creek downstream of the gage. Flooding of Grove Park and the park access road expands and flood waters begin to inundate the baseball fields.
13 Minor flooding of the natural flood plain continues upstream and downstream of the gage on Hortense Place. Water will be one foot deep in a structure along the right bank of the creek downstream of the gage. Water continues to flood low lying portions of the soccer fields and tennis courts of Grove Park. Flooding of the park access road expands.
12 Flood stage is reached. Minor flooding of the natural flood plain continues upstream and downstream of the gage on Hortense Place. Water will approach the foundation of a structure along the right bank of the creek downstream of the gage. Water begins to flood low lying portions of the soccer fields and tennis courts of Grove Park. An access road to the park begins to flood.
11 Bankfull conditions continue upstream and downstream from the gage on Hortense Place. Some low lying areas of the natural flood plain begin to flood as the stream begins to overflow.
10 Bankfull conditions are reached upstream and downstream from the gage on Hortense Place.
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Latitude: 33.775556° N, Longitude: 84.440833° W, Horizontal Datum: NAD83/WGS84

River Stage
Reference Frame
Gauge Height Flood Stage Uses
NWS stage 0 ft 12 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 Not Available Not Available  

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