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Peak Creek (VA) at Pulaski Stage (ft)Flow (kcfs)Observed: 2.4 ft at 12:55AM May 21, 2022Observed: 2.4 ft at 1:08AM May 21, 2022Observed: 2.4 ft at 1:15AM May 21, 2022Observed: 2.4 ft at 1:30AM May 21, 2022Observed: 2.4 ft at 8:26AM May 21, 2022Observed: 2.3 ft at 2:39PM May 21, 2022Observed: 2.3 ft at 8:39PM May 21, 2022Observed: 2.3 ft at 9:23PM May 21, 2022Observed: 2.3 ft at 9:44PM May 21, 2022Observed: 2.3 ft at 10:24PM May 21, 2022Observed: 2.3 ft at 10:40PM May 21, 2022Observed: 2.3 ft at 10:56PM May 21, 2022Observed: 2.3 ft at 11:12PM May 21, 2022Observed: 2.3 ft at 11:32PM May 21, 2022Observed: 2.3 ft at 11:47PM May 21, 2022Observed: 2.3 ft at 11:54PM May 21, 2022Observed: 2.3 ft at 8:40AM May 22, 2022Observed: 2.3 ft at 2:40PM May 22, 2022Observed: 2.3 ft at 8:40PM May 22, 2022Observed: 2.3 ft at 11:04AM May 23, 2022Observed: 2.3 ft at 1:36PM May 23, 2022Observed: 3.2 ft at 11:10AM May 26, 2022Observed: 3.2 ft at 12:11PM May 26, 2022Observed: 3.2 ft at 12:55PM May 26, 2022Observed: 3.1 ft at 1:51PM May 26, 2022Observed: 3.1 ft at 2:59PM May 26, 2022Observed: 3.1 ft at 3:14PM May 26, 2022Observed: 4.7 ft at 8:57AM May 27, 2022Observed: 4.7 ft at 9:22AM May 27, 2022Observed: 4.6 ft at 9:31AM May 27, 2022Observed: 4.7 ft at 9:48AM May 27, 2022Highest Observation: 4.8 ft at 10:19AM May 27, 2022VA Department of Emergency ManagementPCRV2(plotting HGIRR) Graph Created (4:05PM May 27, 2022)ObservedLatest observed value: 4.8 ft at 10:19 AM EDT 27-May-2022. Flood Stage is 8 ft
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NOTE: Graphical forecasts are not available for the Peak Creek (VA) at Pulaski. 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: 14
Moderate Flood Stage: 11
Flood Stage: 8
Action Stage: 6
Low Stage (in feet): -9999

Historic Crests
(1) 11.40 ft on 04/13/2020
(2) 11.20 ft on 03/13/2010
(3) 10.00 ft on 05/20/2020
(4) 9.50 ft on 06/18/2020
(5) 8.90 ft on 05/25/2017
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 9.50 ft on 06/18/2020
(2) 10.00 ft on 05/20/2020
(3) 11.40 ft on 04/13/2020
(4) 7.90 ft on 02/06/2020
(5) 7.20 ft on 01/13/2020
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

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13 Randolph Avenue bridge is overtopped.
11 Significant flooding in parts of the town of Pulaski.
8.5 Dora Highway floods near Heritage Park.
8 Flooding begins in Kersey Bottom area (Crescent and Melborn Streets).
6 Lottier Bottom Road low-water bridge is flooded.
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(1) Peak Creek IFLOWS upstream - Mar. 31, 2016; Stg. 2.4ft
(2) Peak Creek IFLOWS downstream - Mar. 31, 2016; Stg. 2.4ft
(3) IFLOWS SG/RG on Randolph Ave. bridge - Mar. 31, 2016; Stg. 2.4 ft.
(4) Peak Creek in downtown Pulaski - Mar. 31, 2016; Stg. 2.4 ft.
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Latitude: 37.046944° N, Longitude: 80.784722° W, Horizontal Datum: NAD83/WGS84

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