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This probabilistic forecast is issued by the Southeast River Forecast Center.
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Forecasts for the Suwannee River at Luraville - SR 51 (in NAVD88) 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: 48
Moderate Flood Stage: 42
Flood Stage: 35
Action Stage: 34
Low Stage (in feet): 16.8

Historic Crests
(1) 52.83 ft on 04/08/1948
(2) 49.53 ft on 08/24/1928
(3) 48.77 ft on 04/17/1973
(4) 46.42 ft on 03/20/1998
(5) 46.15 ft on 04/14/2009
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 37.81 ft on 12/26/2018
(2) 33.84 ft on 04/11/2016
(3) 41.67 ft on 04/30/2014
(4) 37.14 ft on 03/09/2013
(5) 46.15 ft on 04/14/2009
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
Currently none available.
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56.2 Water reaches the top of the SR-51 suspension bridge railing.
53.3 Water reaches the SR-51 suspension bridge travel lanes.
53 Record Flood. All areas within 1 to 2 miles of the Suwannee River in Lafayette and Suwannee County are flooded.
52 The approach roadway to the SR-51 bridge in Lafayette County floods. Flood waters approach SR 37 in Lafayette County.
51 Water reaches the base of the SR-51 suspension bridge. The approach roadway to the SR-51 bridge floods in several places in Suwannee County. Water surrounds Luraville in Suwannee County with 180th street flooded and SR-51 flooded north of town.
50 Water approaches Luraville in Suwannee County with 180th street prone to flooding. In Lafayette County, significant flooding continues between the river and NW Savannah and S Convict Springs Road.
49 Water reaches the base of the small SR-51 bridge in Suwannee County.
48 Flood waters make NW Savannah and S Convict Spring Road impassible in Lafayette County. Homes south of 184th drive in Suwannee County are prone to flooding.
46 Flooding expands in Lafayette County and reaches S Convict Spring Road. Water approaches homes on 213th and 211th drives in Suwannee County.
45 In Lafayette County, Irvin Ferry Road floods. Water surrounds three homes on NW Harlie Lynch Road. In Suwannee County, the area south of Cessna Circle is inaccessible.
44 Water approaches 211th road in Suwannee County. Water reaches NE Castagna Lane in Lafayette County. Homes on the Lafayette County side just south of the bridge have water in their backyards. Flood waters will affect homes along County Road 292 and Appaloosa Road.
42 Water surrounds homes near the river in both Suwannee and Lafayette County.
40 Flooding extends through wooded areas on the Suwannee County side of the river along SR-51. In Lafayette County, NW Savannah Road floods.
39 Access to homes on 290th drive in Suwannee County and NW Riverbank Road in Lafayette County become restricted.
37 Agricultural and timber lands flooded. In Suwannee County flooding begins to affect the western portion of 290th drive near Boeing Drive.
35 River begins coming out of channel banks inundating low lying bottomlands. NW Harlie Lynch Road, NW Riverbank Road, and the Blue Springs State Park begins to flood.
(1) Suwannee River at Luraville - KML

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