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Flint River near Woolsey Stage (ft)Flow (kcfs)Highest Observation: 44.44 ft at 4:15PM Apr 21, 2019Observed: 44.4 ft at 4:30PM Apr 21, 2019Observed: 44.36 ft at 4:45PM Apr 21, 2019Observed: 44.32 ft at 5:00PM Apr 21, 2019Observed: 44.28 ft at 5:15PM Apr 21, 2019Observed: 44.24 ft at 5:30PM Apr 21, 2019Observed: 44.21 ft at 5:45PM Apr 21, 2019Observed: 44.16 ft at 6:00PM Apr 21, 2019Observed: 44.12 ft at 6:15PM Apr 21, 2019Observed: 44.09 ft at 6:30PM Apr 21, 2019Observed: 44.04 ft at 6:45PM Apr 21, 2019Observed: 44.01 ft at 7:00PM Apr 21, 2019Observed: 43.97 ft at 7:15PM Apr 21, 2019Observed: 43.93 ft at 7:30PM Apr 21, 2019Observed: 43.89 ft at 7:45PM Apr 21, 2019Observed: 43.85 ft at 8:00PM Apr 21, 2019Observed: 43.81 ft at 8:15PM Apr 21, 2019Observed: 43.77 ft at 8:30PM Apr 21, 2019Observed: 43.73 ft at 8:45PM Apr 21, 2019Observed: 43.69 ft at 9:00PM Apr 21, 2019Observed: 43.66 ft at 9:15PM Apr 21, 2019Observed: 43.61 ft at 9:30PM Apr 21, 2019Observed: 43.58 ft at 9:45PM Apr 21, 2019Observed: 43.54 ft at 10:00PM Apr 21, 2019Observed: 43.5 ft at 10:15PM Apr 21, 2019Observed: 43.46 ft at 10:30PM Apr 21, 2019Observed: 43.42 ft at 10:45PM Apr 21, 2019Observed: 43.38 ft at 11:00PM Apr 21, 2019Observed: 43.34 ft at 11:15PM Apr 21, 2019Observed: 43.3 ft at 11:30PM Apr 21, 2019Observed: 43.26 ft at 11:45PM Apr 21, 2019Observed: 43.23 ft at 12:00AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 43.19 ft at 12:15AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 43.15 ft at 12:30AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 43.11 ft at 12:45AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 43.07 ft at 1:00AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 43.03 ft at 1:15AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 42.99 ft at 1:30AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 42.95 ft at 1:45AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 42.91 ft at 2:00AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 42.87 ft at 2:15AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 42.83 ft at 2:30AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 42.79 ft at 2:45AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 42.75 ft at 3:00AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 42.7 ft at 3:15AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 42.66 ft at 3:30AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 42.62 ft at 3:45AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 42.58 ft at 4:00AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 42.53 ft at 4:15AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 42.49 ft at 4:30AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 42.45 ft at 4:45AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 42.4 ft at 5:00AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 42.36 ft at 5:15AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 42.32 ft at 5:30AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 42.27 ft at 5:45AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 42.23 ft at 6:00AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 42.19 ft at 6:15AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 42.14 ft at 6:30AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 42.1 ft at 6:45AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 42.06 ft at 7:00AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 42.01 ft at 7:15AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 41.97 ft at 7:30AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 41.93 ft at 7:45AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 41.89 ft at 8:00AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 41.85 ft at 8:15AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 41.81 ft at 8:30AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 41.76 ft at 8:45AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 41.73 ft at 9:00AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 41.69 ft at 9:15AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 41.66 ft at 9:30AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 41.62 ft at 9:45AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 41.59 ft at 10:00AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 41.55 ft at 10:15AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 41.52 ft at 10:30AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 41.49 ft at 10:45AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 41.46 ft at 11:00AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 41.43 ft at 11:15AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 41.4 ft at 11:30AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 41.37 ft at 11:45AM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 41.34 ft at 12:00PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 41.31 ft at 12:15PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 41.29 ft at 12:30PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 41.26 ft at 12:45PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 41.23 ft at 1:00PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 41.21 ft at 1:15PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 41.18 ft at 1:30PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 41.15 ft at 1:45PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 41.13 ft at 2:00PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 41.11 ft at 2:15PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 41.08 ft at 2:30PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 41.06 ft at 2:45PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 41.03 ft at 3:00PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 41.01 ft at 3:15PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 40.99 ft at 3:30PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 40.97 ft at 3:45PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 40.94 ft at 4:00PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 40.92 ft at 4:15PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 40.9 ft at 4:30PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 40.88 ft at 4:45PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 40.86 ft at 5:00PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 40.84 ft at 5:15PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 40.82 ft at 5:30PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 40.8 ft at 5:45PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 40.79 ft at 6:00PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 40.77 ft at 6:15PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 40.75 ft at 6:30PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 40.73 ft at 6:45PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 40.71 ft at 7:00PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 40.7 ft at 7:15PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 40.68 ft at 7:30PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 40.66 ft at 7:45PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 40.65 ft at 8:00PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 40.64 ft at 8:15PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 40.62 ft at 8:30PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 40.6 ft at 8:45PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 40.59 ft at 9:00PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 40.57 ft at 9:15PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 40.56 ft at 9:30PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 40.54 ft at 9:45PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 40.53 ft at 10:00PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 40.52 ft at 10:15PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 40.51 ft at 10:30PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 40.49 ft at 10:45PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 40.48 ft at 11:00PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 40.47 ft at 11:15PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 40.45 ft at 11:30PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 40.44 ft at 11:45PM Apr 22, 2019Observed: 40.43 ft at 12:00AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.42 ft at 12:15AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.41 ft at 12:30AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.4 ft at 12:45AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.38 ft at 1:00AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.37 ft at 1:15AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.36 ft at 1:30AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.35 ft at 1:45AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.34 ft at 2:00AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.33 ft at 2:15AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.33 ft at 2:30AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.32 ft at 2:45AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.31 ft at 3:00AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.3 ft at 3:15AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.29 ft at 3:30AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.28 ft at 3:45AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.28 ft at 4:00AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.27 ft at 4:15AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.26 ft at 4:30AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.25 ft at 4:45AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.25 ft at 5:00AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.24 ft at 5:15AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.23 ft at 5:30AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.23 ft at 5:45AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.22 ft at 6:00AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.22 ft at 6:15AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.21 ft at 6:30AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.2 ft at 6:45AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.2 ft at 7:00AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.19 ft at 7:15AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.18 ft at 7:30AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.18 ft at 7:45AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.17 ft at 8:00AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.17 ft at 8:15AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.17 ft at 8:30AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.16 ft at 8:45AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.15 ft at 9:00AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.15 ft at 9:15AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.14 ft at 9:30AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.14 ft at 9:45AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.13 ft at 10:00AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.13 ft at 10:15AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.12 ft at 10:30AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.12 ft at 10:45AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.11 ft at 11:00AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.11 ft at 11:15AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.1 ft at 11:30AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.09 ft at 11:45AM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.09 ft at 12:00PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.08 ft at 12:15PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.07 ft at 12:30PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.07 ft at 12:45PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.06 ft at 1:00PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.05 ft at 1:15PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.05 ft at 1:30PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.04 ft at 1:45PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.03 ft at 2:00PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.03 ft at 2:15PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.02 ft at 2:30PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.01 ft at 2:45PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40.01 ft at 3:00PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 40 ft at 3:15PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 39.99 ft at 3:30PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 39.99 ft at 3:45PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 39.98 ft at 4:00PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 39.98 ft at 4:15PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 39.97 ft at 4:30PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 39.96 ft at 4:45PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 39.96 ft at 5:00PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 39.95 ft at 5:15PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 39.95 ft at 5:30PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 39.94 ft at 5:45PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 39.93 ft at 6:00PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 39.93 ft at 6:15PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 39.92 ft at 6:30PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 39.92 ft at 6:45PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 39.91 ft at 7:00PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 39.9 ft at 7:15PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 39.9 ft at 7:30PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 39.89 ft at 7:45PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 39.88 ft at 8:00PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 39.88 ft at 8:15PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 39.87 ft at 8:30PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 39.87 ft at 8:45PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 39.86 ft at 9:00PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 39.86 ft at 9:15PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 39.85 ft at 9:30PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 39.85 ft at 9:45PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 39.84 ft at 10:00PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 39.84 ft at 10:15PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 39.84 ft at 10:30PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 39.83 ft at 10:45PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 39.83 ft at 11:00PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 39.82 ft at 11:15PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 39.82 ft at 11:30PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 39.82 ft at 11:45PM Apr 23, 2019Observed: 39.81 ft at 12:00AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.81 ft at 12:15AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.8 ft at 12:30AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.81 ft at 12:45AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.8 ft at 1:00AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.8 ft at 1:15AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.8 ft at 1:30AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.8 ft at 1:45AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.79 ft at 2:00AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.79 ft at 2:15AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.78 ft at 2:30AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.78 ft at 2:45AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.78 ft at 3:00AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.78 ft at 3:15AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.77 ft at 3:30AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.78 ft at 3:45AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.77 ft at 4:00AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.77 ft at 4:15AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.77 ft at 4:30AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.76 ft at 4:45AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.76 ft at 5:00AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.76 ft at 5:15AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.76 ft at 5:30AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.76 ft at 5:45AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.75 ft at 6:00AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.75 ft at 6:15AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.74 ft at 6:30AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.74 ft at 6:45AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.74 ft at 7:00AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.73 ft at 7:15AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.73 ft at 7:30AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.73 ft at 7:45AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.73 ft at 8:00AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.73 ft at 8:15AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.72 ft at 8:30AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.72 ft at 8:45AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.72 ft at 9:00AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.72 ft at 9:15AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.72 ft at 9:30AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.71 ft at 9:45AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.71 ft at 10:00AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.71 ft at 10:15AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.71 ft at 10:30AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.71 ft at 10:45AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.71 ft at 11:00AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.71 ft at 11:15AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.7 ft at 11:30AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.7 ft at 11:45AM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.7 ft at 12:00PM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.7 ft at 12:15PM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.7 ft at 12:30PM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.7 ft at 12:45PM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.69 ft at 1:00PM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.69 ft at 1:15PM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.69 ft at 1:30PM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.68 ft at 1:45PM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.68 ft at 2:00PM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.68 ft at 2:15PM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.68 ft at 2:30PM Apr 24, 2019Observed: 39.67 ft at 2:45PM Apr 24, 2019USGS--Water Resources of the United StatesWSEG1(plotting HGIRG) Graph Created (4:03PM Apr 24, 2019)ObservedLatest observed value: 39.67 ft at 2:45 PM EDT 24-Apr-2019. Flood Stage is 48 ft
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NOTE: Forecasts are not available for the Flint River near Woolsey. Only observed stages are available for this point.

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Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage: 60
Moderate Flood Stage: 55
Flood Stage: 48
Action Stage: 46
Low Stage (in feet): 0

Historic Crests
(1) 51.48 ft on 12/25/2015
(2) 49.68 ft on 11/12/2009
(3) 49.05 ft on 12/29/2018
(4) 48.88 ft on 01/26/2010
(5) 48.71 ft on 12/31/2015
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 49.05 ft on 12/29/2018
(2) 48.59 ft on 08/04/2018
(3) 48.16 ft on 04/07/2017
(4) 48.11 ft on 01/22/2017
(5) 48.03 ft on 02/04/2016
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
(1) 38.44 ft on 06/28/2008
(2) 38.60 ft on 11/06/2007

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61 Major flooding continues with widespread inundation of the woodlands...agricultural fields and pastures upstream and downstream from the gage on Hampton Woolsey Road. The Hampton Woolsey Road bridge will be topped and the road will be flooded with 1 to 2 feet of water. The flood waters will be around 6 feet deep in a Fayette County pump station to the Lake Horton Reservoir. Several outbuildings on nearby farms will be flooded.
60 Major flooding begins with widespread inundation of the woodlands...agricultural fields and pastures upstream and downstream from the gage on Hampton Woolsey Road. The bridge forms an obstacle and acts like a dam causing some backwater and erosion eddies to the sides of the bridge. The flood waters will begin to affect a portion of the Hampton Woolsey Road and be around 5 feet deep in a Fayette County pump station to the Lake Horton Reservoir. Several outbuildings on nearby farms will begin to flood.
58 Significant flooding expands further into the woodlands...agricultural fields and pastures upstream and downstream from Hampton Woolsey Road. The Hampton Woolsey bridge begins to form an obstacle and act like a dam causing some backwater and erosion eddies to the sides of the bridge. County officials will likely have it closed. The flood waters will be around 3 feet deep in a Fayette County pump station to the Lake Horton Reservoir. The water will be approaching several outbuildings on nearby farms.
56 Significant flooding continues in the woodlands...agricultural fields and pastures upstream and downstream from the gage on Hampton Woolsey Road. The water level will reach the bottom of the bridge and county officials may close it. The flood waters will be around one foot deep in a Fayette County pump station to the Lake Horton Reservoir.
55 Moderate flooding begins. Significant flooding occurs in the woodlands...agricultural fields and pastures upstream and downstream from the gage on Hampton Woolsey Road. The water level will be around one foot below the bottom of the bridge. The flood waters will begin to enter a Fayette County pump station to the Lake Horton Reservoir.
54 Minor flooding expands further into the woodlands...agricultural fields and pastures upstream and downstream from the gage on Hampton Woolsey Road. The flood waters will completely surround the foundation of a Fayette County pump station to the Lake Horton Reservoir.
52 Minor flooding expands in the natural flood plain upstream and downstream from the gage on Hampton Woolsey Road. This primarily affects woodlands...agricultural fields and pastures. The water level will begin to surround the foundation of a Fayette County pump station to the Lake Horton Reservoir.
50 Minor flooding continues of the natural flood plain upstream and downstream from the gage on Hampton Woolsey Road. This primarily affects woodlands...agricultural fields and pastures. The water level will reach the foundation of a Fayette County pump station to the Lake Horton Reservoir.
48 Flood stage is reached. Minor flooding begins of the natural flood plain upstream and downstream from the gage on Hampton Woolsey Road. This will primarily affect woodlands...agricultural fields and pastures.
46 Bankfull conditions occur along the river upstream and downstream from the gage on Hampton Woolsey Road.
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Latitude: 33.359722° N, Longitude: 84.394444° W, Horizontal Datum: NAD83/WGS84

River Stage
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Gauge Height Flood Stage Uses
NWS stage 0 ft 48 ft Interpreting hydrographs and NWS watch, warnings, and forecasts, and inundation maps
Vertical Datum Elevation
(gauge height = 0)
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(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 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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