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Tulula Creek at Robbinsville Stage (ft)Highest Observation: 1.72 ft at 12:30AM May 28, 2020Observed: 1.7 ft at 6:30AM May 28, 2020Observed: 1.68 ft at 12:30PM May 28, 2020Observed: 1.68 ft at 12:35PM May 28, 2020Observed: 1.68 ft at 12:40PM May 28, 2020Observed: 1.66 ft at 6:30PM May 28, 2020Observed: 1.66 ft at 6:35PM May 28, 2020Observed: 1.66 ft at 6:40PM May 28, 2020Observed: 1.66 ft at 6:45PM May 28, 2020Observed: 1.66 ft at 6:50PM May 28, 2020Observed: 1.66 ft at 6:55PM May 28, 2020Observed: 1.66 ft at 7:00PM May 28, 2020Observed: 1.66 ft at 7:05PM May 28, 2020Observed: 1.66 ft at 7:10PM May 28, 2020Observed: 1.66 ft at 7:15PM May 28, 2020Observed: 1.66 ft at 7:20PM May 28, 2020Observed: 1.66 ft at 7:25PM May 28, 2020Observed: 1.66 ft at 7:30PM May 28, 2020Observed: 1.66 ft at 7:35PM May 28, 2020Observed: 1.66 ft at 7:40PM May 28, 2020Observed: 1.66 ft at 7:45PM May 28, 2020Observed: 1.66 ft at 7:50PM May 28, 2020Observed: 1.66 ft at 7:55PM May 28, 2020Observed: 1.66 ft at 8:00PM May 28, 2020Observed: 1.66 ft at 12:30AM May 29, 2020Observed: 1.66 ft at 6:30AM May 29, 2020Observed: 1.66 ft at 6:35AM May 29, 2020Observed: 1.64 ft at 12:30PM May 29, 2020Observed: 1.64 ft at 12:35PM May 29, 2020Observed: 1.62 ft at 6:30PM May 29, 2020Observed: 1.62 ft at 6:35PM May 29, 2020Observed: 1.62 ft at 6:40PM May 29, 2020Observed: 1.62 ft at 6:45PM May 29, 2020Observed: 1.62 ft at 6:50PM May 29, 2020Observed: 1.62 ft at 6:55PM May 29, 2020Observed: 1.62 ft at 7:00PM May 29, 2020Observed: 1.62 ft at 7:05PM May 29, 2020Observed: 1.62 ft at 7:10PM May 29, 2020Observed: 1.62 ft at 12:30AM May 30, 2020Observed: 1.62 ft at 12:35AM May 30, 2020Observed: 1.54 ft at 12:40AM May 30, 2020Observed: 1.62 ft at 12:45AM May 30, 2020Observed: 1.62 ft at 12:50AM May 30, 2020Observed: 1.62 ft at 12:55AM May 30, 2020Observed: 1.62 ft at 1:00AM May 30, 2020Observed: 1.62 ft at 1:05AM May 30, 2020Observed: 1.62 ft at 1:10AM May 30, 2020Observed: 1.62 ft at 1:15AM May 30, 2020Observed: 1.62 ft at 1:20AM May 30, 2020Observed: 1.62 ft at 1:25AM May 30, 2020Observed: 1.62 ft at 1:30AM May 30, 2020Observed: 1.62 ft at 1:35AM May 30, 2020Observed: 1.6 ft at 6:30AM May 30, 2020Observed: 1.6 ft at 6:35AM May 30, 2020Observed: 1.6 ft at 6:40AM May 30, 2020Observed: 1.6 ft at 6:45AM May 30, 2020Observed: 1.6 ft at 6:50AM May 30, 2020Observed: 1.6 ft at 6:55AM May 30, 2020Observed: 1.6 ft at 12:30PM May 30, 2020Observed: 1.6 ft at 12:35PM May 30, 2020Observed: 1.6 ft at 12:40PM May 30, 2020Observed: 1.6 ft at 12:45PM May 30, 2020Observed: 1.58 ft at 6:30PM May 30, 2020Observed: 1.58 ft at 12:30AM May 31, 2020Observed: 1.58 ft at 12:35AM May 31, 2020Observed: 1.6 ft at 4:10AM May 31, 2020Observed: 1.56 ft at 6:30AM May 31, 2020Observed: 1.56 ft at 6:35AM May 31, 2020Observed: 1.58 ft at 12:30PM May 31, 2020Observed: 1.56 ft at 6:30PM May 31, 2020Observed: 1.54 ft at 12:30AM Jun 01, 2020Observed: 1.54 ft at 12:35AM Jun 01, 2020Observed: 1.54 ft at 12:40AM Jun 01, 2020Observed: 1.54 ft at 12:45AM Jun 01, 2020Observed: 1.54 ft at 12:50AM Jun 01, 2020Observed: 1.54 ft at 12:55AM Jun 01, 2020Observed: 1.54 ft at 1:00AM Jun 01, 2020Observed: 1.54 ft at 6:30AM Jun 01, 2020Observed: 1.54 ft at 6:35AM Jun 01, 2020Observed: 1.54 ft at 12:30PM Jun 01, 2020Observed: 1.54 ft at 12:35PM Jun 01, 2020Observed: 1.5 ft at 6:30PM Jun 01, 2020Observed: 1.5 ft at 6:35PM Jun 01, 2020Observed: 1.5 ft at 12:30AM Jun 02, 2020Observed: 1.5 ft at 12:35AM Jun 02, 2020Observed: 1.5 ft at 12:40AM Jun 02, 2020Observed: 1.5 ft at 12:45AM Jun 02, 2020Observed: 1.5 ft at 12:50AM Jun 02, 2020Observed: 1.5 ft at 12:55AM Jun 02, 2020Observed: 1.5 ft at 1:00AM Jun 02, 2020Observed: 1.5 ft at 1:05AM Jun 02, 2020Observed: 1.5 ft at 1:10AM Jun 02, 2020Observed: 1.5 ft at 1:15AM Jun 02, 2020Observed: 1.5 ft at 1:20AM Jun 02, 2020Observed: 1.5 ft at 1:25AM Jun 02, 2020Observed: 1.5 ft at 1:30AM Jun 02, 2020Observed: 1.52 ft at 6:30AM Jun 02, 2020Observed: 1.52 ft at 6:35AM Jun 02, 2020Observed: 1.52 ft at 6:40AM Jun 02, 2020Observed: 1.52 ft at 12:30PM Jun 02, 2020Observed: 1.52 ft at 12:35PM Jun 02, 2020Observed: 1.52 ft at 12:40PM Jun 02, 2020Observed: 1.52 ft at 12:45PM Jun 02, 2020Observed: 1.48 ft at 6:30PM Jun 02, 2020Observed: 1.48 ft at 12:30AM Jun 03, 2020Observed: 1.5 ft at 6:30AM Jun 03, 2020Observed: 1.5 ft at 6:35AM Jun 03, 2020Observed: 1.5 ft at 12:30PM Jun 03, 2020Observed: 1.48 ft at 6:30PM Jun 03, 2020Observed: 1.48 ft at 6:35PM Jun 03, 2020Observed: 1.64 ft at 4:55AM Jun 04, 2020Observed: 1.64 ft at 5:00AM Jun 04, 2020Observed: 1.64 ft at 5:05AM Jun 04, 2020Observed: 1.64 ft at 5:10AM Jun 04, 2020Observed: 1.48 ft at 6:30AM Jun 04, 2020Observed: 1.48 ft at 6:35AM Jun 04, 2020Observed: 1.42 ft at 6:30PM Jun 04, 2020Observed: 1.42 ft at 6:35PM Jun 04, 2020Observed: 1.46 ft at 12:30AM Jun 05, 2020Observed: 1.46 ft at 12:35AM Jun 05, 2020Observed: 1.46 ft at 12:40AM Jun 05, 2020Observed: 1.46 ft at 12:45AM Jun 05, 2020Observed: 1.46 ft at 12:50AM Jun 05, 2020Observed: 1.5 ft at 6:30AM Jun 05, 2020Observed: 1.48 ft at 6:35AM Jun 05, 2020Observed: 1.54 ft at 12:30PM Jun 05, 2020Observed: 1.54 ft at 12:35PM Jun 05, 2020Observed: 1.46 ft at 6:30PM Jun 05, 2020Observed: 1.46 ft at 12:30AM Jun 06, 2020Observed: 1.46 ft at 12:35AM Jun 06, 2020TULN7(plotting HGIRR) Graph Created (11:05AM Jun 6, 2020)ObservedLatest observed value: 1.46 ft at 12:35 AM EDT 6-Jun-2020. Flood Stage is 22.5 ft
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NOTE: Forecasts are not available for the Tulula Creek at Robbinsville. Only observed stages are available for this point.
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Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage: 27
Moderate Flood Stage: 25
Flood Stage: 22.5
Action Stage: 20
Low Stage (in feet): -9999

Historic Crests
(1) 8.52 ft on 01/16/2013
(2) 6.74 ft on 01/30/2013
(3) 5.82 ft on 01/17/2013
(4) 4.66 ft on 02/05/2010
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 6.74 ft on 01/30/2013
(2) 5.82 ft on 01/17/2013
(3) 8.52 ft on 01/16/2013
(4) 3.85 ft on 03/10/2011
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
Currently none available.

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27 WATER ENTERS A TRAILER PARK NORTH OF FIVE POINTS RD AND EAST OF TULULA CREEK.
25 WATER REACHES LOADING DOCK AREA BEHIND LARGE RETAIL STORE AT SWEETWATER RD AND TALLULLAH RD.
24.5 AIRPORT ROAD AND HOUSES NORTH OF THE ROAD WILL BE FLOODED.
23.5 WATER APPROACHES OLD TALLLULAH RD 1/3 MILE SOUTH OF FIVE POINTS
22.5 BUILDINGS ALONG STATE SHED ROAD SOUTH OF FIVE POINTS BEGIN TO FLOOD
22 WATER APPROACHES HOUSES NORTH OF AIRPORT ROAD.
18.8 BANKFULL STAGE.
2.5 2.5 INCH IN 3 HOURS DID NOT CAUSE FLOODING. RIVER ROSE 1.5 FT.
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(1) Looking downstream from Highway 143 bridge
(2) Looking upstream from Highway 143 bridge
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Latitude: 35.324722° N, Longitude: 83.800556° W, Horizontal Datum: NAD83/WGS84

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NWS stage 0 ft 22.5 ft  
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