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Wed Mar 19, 2014 08:35 AM CDT

NWS Locations Observed Water Levels
(Streamgages currently reporting water levels
most below the National Weather Service defined flood stage)
Page last modified: Wednesday, March 19, 2014
NWS Obs Off
ST Location Water Body Flood Level Flood
AK Eagle Yukon River 34.00 8.06 -25.94
AK Stevens Village bridge Yukon River 61.00 19.09 -41.91
AL Miller's Ferry Alabama River 66.00 39.18 -26.82
AL River Falls Conecuh River 37.00 8.65 -28.35
AR Fulton Red River 27.00 1.32 -25.68
AZ Alamo Lake Bill Williams River 1235.00 1090.46 -144.54
AZ Coolidge Dam Gila River 2515.00 2436.36 -78.64
AZ Painted Rock Lake Gila ...
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