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Broad River at highway 9 near Chimney Rock Stage (ft)Observed: 3.28 ft at 10:40PM May 26, 2020Observed: 3.26 ft at 6:40AM May 27, 2020Observed: 3.26 ft at 6:45AM May 27, 2020Observed: 3.2 ft at 2:40PM May 27, 2020Observed: 3.27 ft at 10:40PM May 27, 2020Observed: 3.3 ft at 6:40AM May 28, 2020Observed: 3.3 ft at 6:45AM May 28, 2020Observed: 3.3 ft at 6:50AM May 28, 2020Observed: 3.3 ft at 6:55AM May 28, 2020Observed: 3.3 ft at 7:00AM May 28, 2020Observed: 3.3 ft at 7:05AM May 28, 2020Observed: 3.16 ft at 11:05AM May 28, 2020Observed: 3.4 ft at 2:40PM May 28, 2020Observed: 3.27 ft at 8:20PM May 28, 2020Observed: 3.26 ft at 10:40PM May 28, 2020Observed: 3.22 ft at 6:40AM May 29, 2020Observed: 3.22 ft at 6:45AM May 29, 2020Observed: 3.22 ft at 6:50AM May 29, 2020Observed: 3.22 ft at 6:55AM May 29, 2020Observed: 3.22 ft at 7:00AM May 29, 2020Observed: 3.22 ft at 7:05AM May 29, 2020Observed: 3.22 ft at 7:10AM May 29, 2020Observed: 3.17 ft at 11:00AM May 29, 2020Observed: 3.17 ft at 11:05AM May 29, 2020Observed: 3.17 ft at 11:10AM May 29, 2020Observed: 3.17 ft at 11:15AM May 29, 2020Observed: 3.17 ft at 11:20AM May 29, 2020Observed: 3.17 ft at 11:25AM May 29, 2020Observed: 3.18 ft at 2:40PM May 29, 2020Observed: 3.18 ft at 2:45PM May 29, 2020Observed: 3.18 ft at 2:50PM May 29, 2020Observed: 3.27 ft at 4:05PM May 29, 2020Observed: 3.41 ft at 4:15PM May 29, 2020Observed: 3.41 ft at 4:20PM May 29, 2020Highest Observation: 3.58 ft at 4:25PM May 29, 2020Highest Observation: 3.58 ft at 4:30PM May 29, 2020Observed: 3.46 ft at 5:05PM May 29, 2020Observed: 3.35 ft at 6:30PM May 29, 2020Observed: 3.35 ft at 10:40PM May 29, 2020Observed: 3.25 ft at 5:15AM May 30, 2020Observed: 3.25 ft at 5:20AM May 30, 2020Observed: 3.25 ft at 6:40AM May 30, 2020Observed: 3.15 ft at 10:10AM May 30, 2020Observed: 3.05 ft at 1:45PM May 30, 2020Observed: 3.06 ft at 2:40PM May 30, 2020Observed: 3.06 ft at 2:45PM May 30, 2020Observed: 3.06 ft at 2:50PM May 30, 2020Observed: 3.15 ft at 3:55PM May 30, 2020Observed: 3.12 ft at 10:40PM May 30, 2020Observed: 3.14 ft at 6:40AM May 31, 2020Observed: 3.14 ft at 6:45AM May 31, 2020Observed: 3.05 ft at 10:50AM May 31, 2020Observed: 2.97 ft at 2:40PM May 31, 2020Observed: 2.97 ft at 2:45PM May 31, 2020Observed: 2.97 ft at 2:50PM May 31, 2020Observed: 3.06 ft at 10:40PM May 31, 2020Observed: 3.03 ft at 6:40AM Jun 01, 2020Observed: 3.03 ft at 6:45AM Jun 01, 2020Observed: 3.03 ft at 6:50AM Jun 01, 2020Observed: 2.95 ft at 11:30AM Jun 01, 2020Observed: 2.92 ft at 2:40PM Jun 01, 2020Observed: 2.99 ft at 6:40AM Jun 02, 2020Observed: 2.84 ft at 11:40AM Jun 02, 2020Observed: 2.84 ft at 11:45AM Jun 02, 2020Observed: 2.84 ft at 2:40PM Jun 02, 2020Observed: 2.95 ft at 10:40PM Jun 02, 2020Observed: 2.97 ft at 6:40AM Jun 03, 2020Observed: 2.97 ft at 6:45AM Jun 03, 2020Observed: 2.84 ft at 10:05AM Jun 03, 2020Observed: 2.89 ft at 10:40PM Jun 03, 2020Observed: 2.89 ft at 10:45PM Jun 03, 2020Observed: 2.89 ft at 10:50PM Jun 03, 2020Observed: 2.89 ft at 10:55PM Jun 03, 2020Observed: 2.89 ft at 11:00PM Jun 03, 2020Observed: 2.89 ft at 11:05PM Jun 03, 2020Observed: 2.89 ft at 11:10PM Jun 03, 2020Observed: 2.89 ft at 11:15PM Jun 03, 2020Observed: 2.89 ft at 11:20PM Jun 03, 2020Observed: 2.89 ft at 11:25PM Jun 03, 2020Observed: 2.89 ft at 11:30PM Jun 03, 2020Observed: 2.89 ft at 11:35PM Jun 03, 2020Observed: 2.89 ft at 11:40PM Jun 03, 2020Observed: 2.9 ft at 6:40AM Jun 04, 2020Observed: 2.9 ft at 6:45AM Jun 04, 2020Observed: 2.9 ft at 6:50AM Jun 04, 2020Observed: 2.9 ft at 6:55AM Jun 04, 2020Observed: 2.9 ft at 7:00AM Jun 04, 2020Observed: 2.9 ft at 2:40PM Jun 04, 2020Observed: 2.85 ft at 10:40PM Jun 04, 2020LLBN7(plotting HGIRR) Graph Created (11:20PM Jun 4, 2020)ObservedLatest observed value: 2.85 ft at 10:40 PM EDT 4-Jun-2020. Flood Stage is 20 ft
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NOTE: Forecasts are not available for the Broad River at highway 9 near Chimney Rock. Only observed stages are available for this point.
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Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage: 30
Moderate Flood Stage: 25
Flood Stage: 20
Action Stage: 18
Low Stage (in feet): 0

Historic Crests
(1) 8.33 ft on 05/05/2013
(2) 6.47 ft on 10/15/2014

(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 6.47 ft on 10/15/2014
(2) 8.33 ft on 05/05/2013

(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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20 AT THIS LEVEL BUSINESS AND HOMES WILL BE FLOODED NEAR THE RIVER.
1.5 GENERAL 1.5 INCH RAIN IN 4 HOUR TOOK RIVER UP TO 4.7 FT (FS 20 FT)
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(1) rocky broad river @hwy 9 looking downstream
(2) rocky broad river @ hwy 9 looking upstream
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Latitude: 35.437500° N, Longitude: 82.241111° W, Horizontal Datum: NAD83/WGS84

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