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Middle Fork New River at Boone Stage (ft)Observed: 695.6 ft at 1:53PM May 22, 2022Observed: 691.5 ft at 11:26AM May 25, 2022Observed: 691.3 ft at 1:53PM May 25, 2022Observed: 691.3 ft at 7:53PM May 25, 2022Observed: 691.1 ft at 1:53AM May 26, 2022Observed: 691.2 ft at 7:53AM May 26, 2022Observed: 691 ft at 1:53PM May 26, 2022Observed: 691.4 ft at 5:05PM May 26, 2022Observed: 691.7 ft at 5:08PM May 26, 2022Observed: 691.1 ft at 5:11PM May 26, 2022Observed: 691 ft at 7:53PM May 26, 2022Observed: 691.3 ft at 12:08AM May 27, 2022Observed: 691.6 ft at 12:41AM May 27, 2022Observed: 691.9 ft at 1:23AM May 27, 2022Observed: 692.1 ft at 1:53AM May 27, 2022Observed: 692.4 ft at 2:56AM May 27, 2022Observed: 692.7 ft at 7:47AM May 27, 2022Observed: 692 ft at 8:29AM May 27, 2022Observed: 692.3 ft at 9:47AM May 27, 2022Observed: 692.6 ft at 10:14AM May 27, 2022Observed: 692.9 ft at 10:38AM May 27, 2022Observed: 693.3 ft at 11:29AM May 27, 2022Observed: 693.6 ft at 11:56AM May 27, 2022Observed: 693.2 ft at 12:02PM May 27, 2022Observed: 693.3 ft at 1:53PM May 27, 2022Observed: 693 ft at 3:14PM May 27, 2022Observed: 693.6 ft at 4:44PM May 27, 2022Observed: 694 ft at 4:50PM May 27, 2022Observed: 694.4 ft at 4:56PM May 27, 2022Observed: 694.7 ft at 5:02PM May 27, 2022Observed: 695.1 ft at 5:11PM May 27, 2022Observed: 695.4 ft at 5:20PM May 27, 2022Observed: 695.7 ft at 5:32PM May 27, 2022Highest Observation: 696 ft at 5:50PM May 27, 2022Observed: 695.6 ft at 6:50PM May 27, 2022Observed: 695.3 ft at 6:53PM May 27, 2022Observed: 695 ft at 6:59PM May 27, 2022Observed: 694.6 ft at 7:05PM May 27, 2022Observed: 694.2 ft at 7:14PM May 27, 2022Observed: 693.9 ft at 7:23PM May 27, 2022Observed: 693.6 ft at 7:36PM May 27, 2022Observed: 693.2 ft at 7:53PM May 27, 2022Observed: 692.9 ft at 8:14PM May 27, 2022Observed: 692.6 ft at 8:50PM May 27, 2022Observed: 692.3 ft at 9:41PM May 27, 2022Observed: 692.9 ft at 1:20AM May 28, 2022Observed: 692.4 ft at 1:23AM May 28, 2022Observed: 692.4 ft at 1:53AM May 28, 2022Observed: 691.6 ft at 12:43PM May 28, 2022Observed: 691.6 ft at 1:53PM May 28, 2022Observed: 691.3 ft at 7:53PM May 28, 2022Observed: 692.8 ft at 9:01PM May 28, 2022Observed: 691.5 ft at 9:04PM May 28, 2022MTVV2(plotting HGIRR) Graph Created (5:34AM May 29, 2022)ObservedLatest observed value: 691.5 ft at 9:04 PM EDT 28-May-2022.
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NOTE: Forecasts are not available for the Middle Fork New River at Boone. Only observed stages are available for this point.
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Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage: 19
Moderate Flood Stage: 15
Flood Stage: 12
Action Stage: 10
Low Stage (in feet): 0

Historic Crests
(1) 12.28 ft on 10/23/2017
(2) 10.84 ft on 10/11/2018
(3) 9.98 ft on 07/28/2013
(4) 9.80 ft on 11/09/2015
(5) 9.78 ft on 01/31/2013
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 10.84 ft on 10/11/2018
(2) 12.28 ft on 10/23/2017
(3) 9.80 ft on 11/09/2015
(4) 9.98 ft on 07/28/2013
(5) 9.78 ft on 01/31/2013
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
Currently none available.

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Latitude: 36.204444° N, Longitude: 81.649444° W, Horizontal Datum: NAD83/WGS84

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