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Little Claybank Creek near Ozark (US 231) Stage (ft)Observed: 1.3 ft at 1:05PM May 21, 2023Observed: 1.25 ft at 1:05AM May 22, 2023Observed: 1.25 ft at 1:05PM May 22, 2023Observed: 1.3 ft at 1:05AM May 23, 2023Observed: 1.4 ft at 2:59AM May 23, 2023Observed: 1.5 ft at 4:02AM May 23, 2023Observed: 1.6 ft at 4:12AM May 23, 2023Observed: 1.7 ft at 4:49AM May 23, 2023Observed: 1.6 ft at 6:36AM May 23, 2023Observed: 1.5 ft at 7:57AM May 23, 2023Observed: 1.6 ft at 8:55AM May 23, 2023Observed: 1.7 ft at 9:11AM May 23, 2023Observed: 1.8 ft at 9:35AM May 23, 2023Observed: 1.91 ft at 10:53AM May 23, 2023Observed: 2.02 ft at 10:57AM May 23, 2023Observed: 2.13 ft at 11:00AM May 23, 2023Observed: 2.24 ft at 11:03AM May 23, 2023Observed: 2.34 ft at 11:07AM May 23, 2023Highest Observation: 2.44 ft at 12:16PM May 23, 2023Observed: 2.33 ft at 12:57PM May 23, 2023Observed: 2.29 ft at 1:05PM May 23, 2023Observed: 2.19 ft at 1:34PM May 23, 2023Observed: 2.08 ft at 1:54PM May 23, 2023Observed: 1.98 ft at 2:14PM May 23, 2023Observed: 1.88 ft at 2:49PM May 23, 2023Observed: 1.78 ft at 3:27PM May 23, 2023Observed: 1.68 ft at 4:17PM May 23, 2023Observed: 1.58 ft at 5:35PM May 23, 2023Observed: 1.48 ft at 7:35PM May 23, 2023Observed: 1.4 ft at 1:05AM May 24, 2023Observed: 1.33 ft at 1:05PM May 24, 2023Observed: 1.27 ft at 1:05AM May 25, 2023Observed: 1.25 ft at 1:05PM May 25, 2023Observed: 1.22 ft at 1:05AM May 26, 2023Observed: 1.21 ft at 1:05PM May 26, 2023Observed: 1.19 ft at 1:05PM May 27, 2023Observed: 1.17 ft at 1:05AM May 28, 2023Observed: 1.17 ft at 1:05PM May 28, 2023Observed: 1.14 ft at 1:05AM May 29, 2023Observed: 1.15 ft at 1:05PM May 29, 2023Choctawhatchee, Pea and Yellow River Watershed Management AuthorityOCBA1(plotting HGIRR) Graph Created (6:23AM May 30, 2023)ObservedLatest observed value: 1.15 ft at 1:05 PM CDT 29-May-2023.
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NOTE: Forecasts are not available for the Little Claybank Creek near Ozark (US 231). Only observed stages are available for this point.
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Major Flood Stage: 0
Moderate Flood Stage: 0
Flood Stage: 0
Action Stage: 9
Low Stage (in feet): 0.6

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Latitude: 31.458333° N, Longitude: 85.667778° W, Horizontal Datum: NAD83/WGS84

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