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ALERT: Update on status of the nationwide data transmission error that prevents stream gauge data collected at affected locations from being displayed on the Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Services (AHPS) webpages. The USGS has restored the transmission from all of their gauges or has placed them in a seasonal outage (some Alaska gauges). There are a few USGS gauges that the NWS is not yet receiving the new transmissions and NWS is working to get that data by alternate means. A map of the status of USGS gauges is here. The status map of gauge outages from other agencies is here. The situation has greatly improved and will continue to improve but at a slower pace. The outage maps will now be updated once per week on Thursday. We apologize for the service interruption and hope to have the data restored as soon as possible.



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Gulf of Mexico Tide Gauge at Horseshoe Point Reading Height - Sfc (ft)Forecast: -0.37 ft 8:00PM Nov 14, 2018Forecast: -0.46 ft 9:00PM Nov 14, 2018Forecast: -0.6 ft 10:00PM Nov 14, 2018Forecast: -0.58 ft 11:00PM Nov 14, 2018Forecast: -0.65 ft 12:00AM Nov 15, 2018Forecast: -0.66 ft 1:00AM Nov 15, 2018Forecast: -0.45 ft 2:00AM Nov 15, 2018Forecast: -0.22 ft 3:00AM Nov 15, 2018Forecast: 0.08 ft 4:00AM Nov 15, 2018Forecast: 0.33 ft 5:00AM Nov 15, 2018Highest Forecast: 0.43 ft 6:00AM Nov 15, 2018Forecast: 0.4 ft 7:00AM Nov 15, 2018Forecast: 0.18 ft 8:00AM Nov 15, 2018Forecast: -0.24 ft 9:00AM Nov 15, 2018Forecast: -0.72 ft 10:00AM Nov 15, 2018Forecast: -1.02 ft 11:00AM Nov 15, 2018Forecast: -1.17 ft 12:00PM Nov 15, 2018Forecast: -1.26 ft 1:00PM Nov 15, 2018Forecast: -1.39 ft 2:00PM Nov 15, 2018Forecast: -1.11 ft 3:00PM Nov 15, 2018Forecast: -0.95 ft 4:00PM Nov 15, 2018Forecast: -0.72 ft 5:00PM Nov 15, 2018Forecast: -0.43 ft 6:00PM Nov 15, 2018Forecast: -0.29 ft 7:00PM Nov 15, 2018Forecast: -0.35 ft 8:00PM Nov 15, 2018Forecast: -0.65 ft 9:00PM Nov 15, 2018Forecast: -0.89 ft 10:00PM Nov 15, 2018Forecast: -1 ft 11:00PM Nov 15, 2018Forecast: -1.12 ft 12:00AM Nov 16, 2018Forecast: -1.37 ft 1:00AM Nov 16, 2018Forecast: -1.38 ft 2:00AM Nov 16, 2018Forecast: -1.34 ft 3:00AM Nov 16, 2018Forecast: -1.24 ft 4:00AM Nov 16, 2018Forecast: -0.95 ft 5:00AM Nov 16, 2018Forecast: -0.79 ft 6:00AM Nov 16, 2018Forecast: -0.75 ft 7:00AM Nov 16, 2018Forecast: -0.81 ft 8:00AM Nov 16, 2018Forecast: -1.04 ft 9:00AM Nov 16, 2018Forecast: -1.25 ft 10:00AM Nov 16, 2018Forecast: -1.34 ft 11:00AM Nov 16, 2018Forecast: -1.52 ft 12:00PM Nov 16, 2018Forecast: -1.62 ft 1:00PM Nov 16, 2018Forecast: -1.56 ft 2:00PM Nov 16, 2018Forecast: -1.54 ft 3:00PM Nov 16, 2018Forecast: -1.37 ft 4:00PM Nov 16, 2018Forecast: -1.11 ft 5:00PM Nov 16, 2018Forecast: -0.77 ft 6:00PM Nov 16, 2018Forecast: -0.37 ft 7:00PM Nov 16, 2018Forecast: -0.33 ft 8:00PM Nov 16, 2018Forecast: -0.46 ft 9:00PM Nov 16, 2018Forecast: -0.64 ft 10:00PM Nov 16, 2018Forecast: -0.77 ft 11:00PM Nov 16, 2018Forecast: -0.95 ft 12:00AM Nov 17, 2018Forecast: -1.19 ft 1:00AM Nov 17, 2018Forecast: -1.36 ft 2:00AM Nov 17, 2018Forecast: -1.55 ft 3:00AM Nov 17, 2018Forecast: -1.64 ft 4:00AM Nov 17, 2018Forecast: -1.62 ft 5:00AM Nov 17, 2018Forecast: -1.48 ft 6:00AM Nov 17, 2018Forecast: -1.34 ft 7:00AM Nov 17, 2018Forecast: -1.43 ft 8:00AM Nov 17, 2018Forecast: -1.6 ft 9:00AM Nov 17, 2018Forecast: -1.84 ft 10:00AM Nov 17, 2018Forecast: -1.98 ft 11:00AM Nov 17, 2018Forecast: -2.16 ft 12:00PM Nov 17, 2018Forecast: -2.19 ft 1:00PM Nov 17, 2018Forecast: -2.36 ft 2:00PM Nov 17, 2018Forecast: -2.36 ft 3:00PM Nov 17, 2018Forecast: -2.23 ft 4:00PM Nov 17, 2018Forecast: -1.73 ft 5:00PM Nov 17, 2018Forecast: -1.22 ft 6:00PM Nov 17, 2018HSBF1(plotting HAIRG) Graph Created (7:35PM Nov 14, 2018)Forecast (issued 2:00PM Nov 14)Flood Stage is 3.5 ft
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NOTE: Forecasts for the Gulf of Mexico Tide Gauge at Horseshoe Point are issued routinely year-round.
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Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage: 6.5
Moderate Flood Stage: 4.5
Flood Stage: 3.5
Action Stage: 2.5
Low Stage (in feet): -9999

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13.5 (12 ft Mean Higher High Water) - Flooding of historic proportions in Horseshoe Beach. Elevated structures experience significant flooding and could be destroyed by wave action.
10.5 (9 ft Mean Higher High Water) - Catastrophic flooding in Horseshoe Beach. Complete inundation of the area. Homes not elevated will likely be destroyed. Some structures that are elevated begin to flood and experience damage.
7.5 (6 ft Mean Higher High Water) - Significant flooding in Horseshoe Beach. Structures not elevated suffer flooding with up to 3 feet of water inside.
6.5 (5 ft Mean Higher High Water) - Nearly all of Horseshoe Beach is inundated with structures not elevated flooded with water up to 2 feet deep.
5.5 (4 ft Mean Higher High Water) - County Road 351 floods, making entry into Horseshoe Beach impossible. Most land areas in Horseshoe Beach are flooded. Structures not elevated have up to 1 ft of water inside.
4.5 (3 ft Mean Higher High Water) - Water approaches the top of the bank at Main Street and West 1st Avenue near the city limits of Horseshoe Beach. Structures near canals not elevated are prone to flooding above this level.
4 (2.5 ft Mean Higher High Water) - Water overtops canals and begins to flood in several areas of Horseshoe Beach.
3.5 (2 ft Mean Higher High Water) - Water begins to overtop the rocks at the end of Main Street around 9th Street. Water will begin to flood areas along 8th Avenue East. Water reaches the tops of all canals in Horseshoe Beach.
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Latitude: 29.437000° N, Longitude: 83.293000° W, Horizontal Datum: NAD83/WGS84

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NWS stage 0 ft 3.5 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
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