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This probabilistic forecast is issued by the West Gulf River Forecast Center.
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Forecasts for the Brazos River at Seymour are issued as needed during times of high water, but are not routinely available.
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Upstream Gauge - at Aspermont 10S Upstream Gauge Downstream Gauge Downstream Gauge - near South Bend
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Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage: 20
Moderate Flood Stage: 15
Flood Stage: 12
Action Stage: 10
Low Stage (in feet): -9999

Historic Crests
(1) 23.00 ft on 09/28/1955
(2) 18.98 ft on 10/05/1955
(3) 18.60 ft on 08/17/2005
(4) 18.54 ft on 10/20/1960
(5) 18.35 ft on 08/16/1972
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 12.46 ft on 07/10/2010
(2) 11.83 ft on 10/16/2006
(3) 18.60 ft on 08/17/2005
(4) 14.94 ft on 07/28/2004
(5) 12.00 ft on 03/24/2000
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
Currently none available.
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Latitude/Longitude Disclaimer: The gauge location shown in the above map is the approximate location based on the latitude/longitude coordinates provided to the NWS by the gauge owner.
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22 Croplands...pastures...and local highways flood across most of the river valley...in southern Knox and southern Baylor counties. Rural areas may have overflow depths up to 10 feet...along with very devastating currents.
21 Croplands...pastures...and local highways flood across most of the river valley...in southern Knox and southern Baylor counties. Rural areas may have overflow depths up to 9 feet...along with very devastating currents.
20 Croplands...pastures...and local highways flood across most of the river valley...in southern Knox and southern Baylor counties. Rural areas may have overflow depths up to 8 feet...along with very devastating currents.
19 Croplands...pastures...and local highways flood across most of the river valley...in southern Knox and southern Baylor counties. Rural areas may have overflow depths up to 7 feet...along with very devastating currents.
18 Croplands...pastures...and local highways flood across most of the river valley...in southern Knox and southern Baylor counties. Rural areas may have overflow depths up to 6 feet...along with very devastating currents.
17 Croplands...pastures...and local roads flood along the river in southern Baylor and southern Knox counties. Rural areas may have overflow depths up to 5 feet...along with very dangerous currents.
16 Flooding affects croplands...pastures...and rural roads along the river in southern Knox and southern Baylor counties. Low-lying areas may experience depths up to 4 feet...with dangerous currents.
15 Flooding affects croplands...pastures...and rural roads along the river in southern Knox and southern Baylor counties. Low-lying areas may experience depths up to 3 feet...with dangerous currents.
14 Short duration flooding affects low-lying areas along and near the river in southern Knox and southern Baylor counties.
13 Short duration flooding affects low-lying areas along and near the river in southern Knox and southern Baylor counties.
12 Shallow and short duration flooding affects low-lying areas along and near the river in southern Knox and southern Baylor counties.
11 Near bankfull stages occur along the river in southern Knox and southern Baylor counties.
10 The river remains within its banks in southern Knox and southern Baylor counties.
Photos
(1) Upstream view of flooding on the Brazos River in late July 2004.
(2) Downstream view of flooding on the Brazos River in late July 2004.
(3) Upstream view of flooding on the Brazos River in mid August 2005.
(4) Downstream view of flooding on the Brazos River in mid August 2005.

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