NEWS
Fri Jun 14, 2013 07:40 AM CDT

NWS Locations Observed Water Levels
(Streamgages currently reporting water levels
above or near the National Weather Service defined flood stage)
Page last modified: Friday, June 14, 2013
NWS Obs Off
ST Location Water Body Flood Level Flood
AK Ashokan Reservoir East Esopus Creek 589.00 588.33 -0.67
AK Mosquito Fork Fortymile River 24.00 25.69 1.69
AR DeWitt Wapsipinicon River 11.00 10.47 -0.53
AR Patterson Cache River 8.00 8.97 0.97
AR Spencer Little Sioux River 10.00 9.60 -0.40
AR Taunton Mill River 8.50 8.16 -0.34
AR Thatcher L&D Ouachita River 79.00 82.00 3.00
CT Atkinson Satilla River 13.00 12.57 ...
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