NEWS
Fri Mar 8, 2013 08:00 AM CST

NWS Locations Observed Water Levels
(Streamgages currently reporting water levels
most below the National Weather Service defined flood stage)
Page last modified: Friday, March 08, 2013
NWS Obs Off
ST Location Water Body Flood Level Flood
AK Stevens Village bridge Yukon River 61.00 19.65 -41.35
AL Henry Lock and Dam Alabama River 122.00 87.60 -34.40
AL Milstead Tallapoosa River 40.00 3.27 -36.73
AL Oliver Lock and Dam Black Warrior River 129.00 98.22 -30.78
AL Wetumpka Coosa River 45.00 14.42 -30.58
AZ Alamo Lake Bill Williams River 1235.00 1099.03 -135.97
AZ Coolidge Dam Gila River 2515.00 2402.23 -112.77
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