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Forecasts for the Chipola River at Marianna (US 90) are issued as needed during times of high water, but are not routinely available.
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Downstream Gauge Downstream Gauge - near Altha (CR 274)
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Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage: 26
Moderate Flood Stage: 22
Flood Stage: 18
Action Stage: 14
Low Stage (in feet): 5.65

Historic Crests
(1) 27.00 ft on 04/15/1975
(2) 24.00 ft on 07/10/1994
(3) 23.66 ft on 03/31/2009
(4) 22.97 ft on 02/28/2013
(5) 21.88 ft on 04/04/2016
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 18.69 ft on 02/16/2024
(2) 20.91 ft on 09/20/2020
(3) 15.58 ft on 03/10/2020
(4) 15.55 ft on 03/01/2020
(5) 16.94 ft on 02/12/2020
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
(1) 4.32 ft on 09/03/2011
(2) 4.33 ft on 10/08/2012
(3) 4.47 ft on 10/15/2008
(4) 4.52 ft on 06/28/2007
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40 This is the height of the top of the gauge equipment on the US-90 bridge in Marianna.
36 Water reaches the road surface of the US-90 bridge in Marianna.
33 Water reaches the base of the US-90 bridge in Marianna.
31 Water reaches the travel lanes of Interstate 10 west of Exit 142.
30 Water reaches the shoulder of Interstate 10 west of Exit 142.
28 Water reaches the base of SR-167 Caverns Road Bridge.
27 Water reaches the base of the Interstate 10 bridge west of Exit 142.
26 Major flooding begins along the Chipola River in Marianna affecting numerous homes on the west bank of the river. Caverns Road begins to flood on the south side of the bridge near Yancey Boat Ramp.
25 Water approaches residences along Noland Street near Kelson Avenue in Marianna.
23 Homes in Marianna on Angela Drive are surrounded by flood waters. A home on Cherokee Street south of Putnam Street is also surrounded by flood waters. Water reaches the base of the Magnolia Road Bridge south of Interstate 10.
22 The Citizens Lodge north of town is surrounded by flood waters. Water floods Old US Road east of Marianna near Bridgewood Drive. Areas along Cook Road and Kiwi Trail experience significant flooding and are inaccessible along the Chipola River. Homes in Turtle Bend become inaccessible.
21 Extensive flooding occurs in the Citizens Lodge Park. Water begins to approach the lodge.
20.5 Flooding increases south of Interstate 10 with near Magnolia Road. Water begins to surround several homes off Turtle Bend Lane. Access into the area is severely restricted.
20 Water spreads out across the flood plain north of Marianna near Caverns Road inundating much of the Citizens Lodge Park.
19 The Florida Caverns is subject to closure. Flooding increases at Turtle Bend Lane beginning to flood primary access into the area. Residences along Cook Road and Kiwi Trail along the Chipola River begin to flood.
18.5 Water begins to overtop the bank at Turtle Bend Lane.
18 Water begins to overflow into low lying areas north of town near the Florida Caverns. The southern half of the Citizens Lodge Park begins to flood. The Magnolia Road boat ramp begins to flood. Structures not elevated on Bear Paw Lane and River Chase Road begin to flood.
16 The Yancey Boat Ramp off Caverns Road floods.
(1) Chipola River at Marianna - KML

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