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Calcasieu River at White Oak Park Stage (ft)Observed: 0.46 ft at 8:30PM Sep 08, 2019Observed: 0.39 ft at 8:43PM Sep 08, 2019Observed: 0.29 ft at 9:42PM Sep 08, 2019Observed: 0.19 ft at 1:26AM Sep 09, 2019Observed: 0.29 ft at 5:32AM Sep 09, 2019Observed: 0.39 ft at 6:47AM Sep 09, 2019Observed: 0.49 ft at 8:12AM Sep 09, 2019Observed: 0.51 ft at 8:43AM Sep 09, 2019Observed: 0.61 ft at 9:56AM Sep 09, 2019Observed: 0.71 ft at 4:50PM Sep 09, 2019Observed: 0.77 ft at 8:43PM Sep 09, 2019Observed: 0.67 ft at 3:06AM Sep 10, 2019Observed: 0.76 ft at 8:43AM Sep 10, 2019Observed: 0.86 ft at 10:13AM Sep 10, 2019Observed: 0.96 ft at 12:39PM Sep 10, 2019Observed: 1.06 ft at 4:08PM Sep 10, 2019Observed: 1.16 ft at 8:11PM Sep 10, 2019Observed: 1.16 ft at 8:44PM Sep 10, 2019Observed: 1.06 ft at 12:46AM Sep 11, 2019Observed: 0.96 ft at 6:25AM Sep 11, 2019Observed: 1 ft at 8:44AM Sep 11, 2019Observed: 1.1 ft at 11:56AM Sep 11, 2019Observed: 1.12 ft at 8:44PM Sep 11, 2019Observed: 1.07 ft at 8:44AM Sep 12, 2019Observed: 1.04 ft at 11:00AM Sep 12, 2019Observed: 1.14 ft at 12:38PM Sep 12, 2019Observed: 1.24 ft at 7:30PM Sep 12, 2019Observed: 1.28 ft at 8:44PM Sep 12, 2019Observed: 1.23 ft at 8:44AM Sep 13, 2019Observed: 1.14 ft at 8:44PM Sep 13, 2019Observed: 1.12 ft at 8:44AM Sep 14, 2019Observed: 1.22 ft at 12:04PM Sep 14, 2019Observed: 1.18 ft at 8:44PM Sep 14, 2019Observed: 1.28 ft at 1:35AM Sep 15, 2019Observed: 1.24 ft at 8:44AM Sep 15, 2019Observed: 1.34 ft at 12:32PM Sep 15, 2019Observed: 1.28 ft at 8:44PM Sep 15, 2019Observed: 1.38 ft at 2:06AM Sep 16, 2019Observed: 1.42 ft at 8:44AM Sep 16, 2019Observed: 1.52 ft at 12:34PM Sep 16, 2019Observed: 1.62 ft at 4:20PM Sep 16, 2019Observed: 1.64 ft at 8:44PM Sep 16, 2019Highest Observation: 1.74 ft at 3:24AM Sep 17, 2019Observed: 1.71 ft at 8:44AM Sep 17, 2019Calcasieu ParishCWOL1(plotting HGIRZ) Graph Created (7:38PM Sep 17, 2019)ObservedLatest observed value: 1.71 ft at 8:44 AM CDT 17-Sep-2019. Flood Stage is 2 ft
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NOTE: River forecasts for this location take into account past precipitation and the precipitation amounts expected approximately 48 hours into the future from the forecast issuance time.

NOTE: Graphical forecasts are not available for the Calcasieu River at White Oak Park. During times of high water, forecast crest information can be found in the text products.

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Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage: 6
Moderate Flood Stage: 4
Flood Stage: 2
Action Stage: 1.5
Low Stage (in feet): -9999

Historic Crests
(1) 14.00 ft on 05/21/1953
(2) 11.80 ft on 07/02/1989
(3) 10.40 ft on 08/10/1940
(4) 9.61 ft on 09/02/2017
(5) 9.40 ft on 11/08/2002
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 7.17 ft on 07/18/2019
(2) 5.86 ft on 01/07/2019
(3) 5.35 ft on 04/03/2018
(4) 9.61 ft on 09/02/2017
(5) 8.40 ft on 09/01/2017
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

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14 The river is at its flood of record. Widespread catastrophic flooding will occur.
11.8 Water levels are near those reached during Tropical Storm Allison in 1989. This is the second highest stage on record. Many Road and homes are inundated.
9.4 Water levels are near those reached in november 2002, which is the fourth highest crest on record. Numerous roads, homes and camps near the river are flooded.
9.1 Major flooding can be expected. Water levels are near those reached during the storm surge of Hurricane Ike in 2008. Numerous roads, homes and camps near the river are flooded.
7.9 Water completely covers Goos Ferry Road all the way to the River Road entrance. Flood water enters lower levels of some elevated homes on Goos Ferry Road. Flooding of White Oak Park occurs.
5.9 Extensive flooding with water in several homes and camps.
4.9 Lower end of Pickrel Lane near the river begins to flood. Goos Ferry Road is impassable. Closure of the Calcasieu River to recreational boat traffic is likely from the Saltwater Barrier to the parish line.
3.9 Goos Ferry Road becomes impassable. Calcasieu River from the Saltwater Barrier to the parish line may be closed to recreational boat traffic.
2.9 Water over lowest portions of Goos Ferry Road. Cars should be moved to higher ground.
1.9 Minor flooding of Goos Ferry Road will occur.
1.4 Ponding of water on low spots along Goos Ferry Road will occur.
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Latitude: 30.296944° N, Longitude: 93.117778° W, Horizontal Datum: NAD83/WGS84

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Gauge Height Flood Stage Uses
NWS stage 0 ft 2 ft Interpreting hydrographs and NWS watch, warnings, and forecasts, and inundation maps
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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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