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Swannanoa River at Black Mountain Park Stage (ft)Observed: 5.29 ft at 10:40PM Nov 20, 2022Observed: 5.27 ft at 4:30PM Nov 21, 2022Observed: 5.25 ft at 4:25AM Nov 22, 2022Observed: 5.25 ft at 10:20AM Nov 22, 2022Observed: 5.23 ft at 4:15PM Nov 22, 2022Observed: 5.23 ft at 4:20PM Nov 22, 2022Observed: 5.23 ft at 10:15PM Nov 22, 2022Observed: 5.23 ft at 4:10AM Nov 23, 2022Observed: 5.23 ft at 10:05AM Nov 23, 2022Observed: 5.23 ft at 10:10AM Nov 23, 2022Observed: 5.21 ft at 4:05PM Nov 23, 2022Observed: 5.19 ft at 10:00PM Nov 23, 2022Observed: 5.21 ft at 9:55AM Nov 24, 2022Observed: 5.19 ft at 3:50PM Nov 24, 2022Observed: 5.19 ft at 9:45PM Nov 24, 2022Observed: 5.19 ft at 9:50PM Nov 24, 2022Observed: 5.19 ft at 3:45AM Nov 25, 2022Observed: 5.19 ft at 9:40AM Nov 25, 2022Observed: 5.19 ft at 3:40PM Nov 25, 2022Observed: 5.17 ft at 3:30AM Nov 26, 2022Observed: 5.17 ft at 9:30AM Nov 26, 2022Observed: 5.29 ft at 3:25PM Nov 26, 2022Observed: 5.19 ft at 9:10PM Nov 27, 2022Observed: 5.17 ft at 9:00AM Nov 28, 2022Observed: 5.17 ft at 3:00PM Nov 28, 2022Observed: 5.15 ft at 2:50AM Nov 29, 2022Observed: 5.17 ft at 8:50AM Nov 29, 2022Observed: 5.17 ft at 2:45PM Nov 29, 2022Observed: 5.15 ft at 8:40PM Nov 29, 2022Observed: 5.39 ft at 10:20PM Nov 29, 2022Observed: 5.63 ft at 10:55PM Nov 29, 2022Observed: 5.87 ft at 11:35PM Nov 29, 2022Highest Observation: 6.11 ft at 12:15AM Nov 30, 2022Observed: 6.01 ft at 2:40AM Nov 30, 2022BMPN7(plotting HGIRR) Graph Created (4:51AM Nov 30, 2022)ObservedLatest observed value: 6.01 ft at 2:40 AM EST 30-Nov-2022. Flood Stage is 10 ft
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NOTE: Forecasts are not available for the Swannanoa River at Black Mountain Park. Only observed stages are available for this point.
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Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage: 15
Moderate Flood Stage: 12
Flood Stage: 10
Action Stage: 9
Low Stage (in feet): 0

Historic Crests
(1) 9.06 ft on 05/06/2013
(2) 7.16 ft on 01/30/2013
(3) 5.64 ft on 08/26/2008
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 9.06 ft on 05/06/2013
(2) 7.16 ft on 01/30/2013
(3) 4.82 ft on 12/01/2010
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

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15 Major Flood Stage. The Swannanoa River is approaching I-40 and has inundated The Oaks Trail steel foot bridge. Significant flooding of the nearby Ingles shopping center parking lot is likely.
12 Moderate Flood Stage. The Swannanoa River is approaching The Oaks Trail steel foot bridge and the nearby Ingles shopping center parking lot. Significant flooding of Veterans Park, River Trail Loop, Veterans Park Dr., and The Oaks Trail is ongoing.
10 Minor Flood Stage. Veterans Park flooding continues. Sections of River Trail Loop and The Oaks Trail are flooding. Veterans Park Dr. may be starting to flood.
9 Action Stage. The Swannanoa River is exceeding its banks and flooding adjacent low-lying areas including parts of Veterans Park.
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Latitude: 35.607500° N, Longitude: 82.334444° W, Horizontal Datum: NAD83/WGS84

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