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This probabilistic forecast is issued by the Southeast River Forecast Center.
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Forecasts for the Little River near Eatonton are issued as needed during times of high water, but are not routinely available.
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Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage: 30
Moderate Flood Stage: 24
Flood Stage: 20
Action Stage: 14
Low Stage (in feet): 0

Historic Crests
(1) 30.80 ft on 02/09/1948
(2) 28.78 ft on 03/18/1990
(3) 26.31 ft on 03/09/1998
(4) 25.71 ft on 02/24/1979
(5) 24.98 ft on 02/12/1995
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 20.29 ft on 10/06/2021
(2) 22.79 ft on 02/07/2020
(3) 20.51 ft on 02/07/2020
(4) 23.73 ft on 01/01/2016
(5) 20.09 ft on 12/24/2015
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
(1) 2.51 ft on 08/27/2007
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30 Major flooding begins. Widespread inundation flooding occurs in the woodlands and fields along the river of the Oconee National Forest upstream and downstream from the gage on Georgia Highway 16 or Monticello Road. Portions of Martin Mill Road...Church Street and Horton Drive near the river will be under 6 feet of water. This will be the worse flooding since February 1948.
28 Significant flooding continues in the woodlands and fields along the river of the Oconee National Forest upstream and downstream from the gage on Georgia Highway 16 or Monticello Road. Portions of Martin Mill Road...Church Street and Horton Drive near the river will be under 4 feet of water.
26 Significant flooding continues in the woodlands and fields along the river of the Oconee National Forest upstream and downstream from the gage on Georgia Highway 16 or Monticello Road. Portions of Martin Mill Road...Church Street and Horton Drive near the river will be under two feet of water.
24 Moderate flooding begins. Significant flooding occurs in the woodlands and fields along the river of the Oconee National Forest upstream and downstream from the gage on Georgia Highway 16 or Monticello Road. Portions of Martin Mill Road...Church Street and Horton Drive near the river will begin to flood.
22 Minor flooding continues to expand into the woodlands and fields along the river of the Oconee National Forest upstream and downstream from the gage on Georgia Highway 16 or Monticello Road.
20 Flood stage is reached. Minor flooding begins in the woodlands and fields along the river of the Oconee National Forest upstream and downstream from the gage on Georgia Highway 16 or Monticello Road.
17 Bankfull conditions continue to expand along the river upstream and downstream from the gage on Georgia Highway 16 or Monticello Road.
14 Bankfull conditions occur along the river upstream and downstream from the gage on Georgia Highway 16 or Monticello Road.

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