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National Weather Service Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service

National Weather Service Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service

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Visit for access to new EXPERIMENTAL products and services from the National Water Center: National Hydrologic Discussion, Area Hydrologic Discussion, Flood Hazard Outlook and the National Water Center Visualization Services, a suite of geospatial services depicting River Forecast Center and National Water Model information.

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Stage (ft) ACRO3(plotting HGIRZ) Graph Created (9:19AM Dec 6, 2022)

NOTE: Graphical forecasts are not available for the Abernethy Creek near Redland. During times of high water, forecast crest information can be found in the text products.

Flood Categories (in feet)

Historic Crests
Currently none available.

Recent Crests
Currently none available.

Low Water Records
Currently none available.

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Gauge LocationGauge Map Marker
Latitude/Longitude Disclaimer: The gauge location shown in the above map
is the approximate location based on the latitude/longitude coordinates
provided to the NWS by the gauge owner.

Latitude: 45.326389° N,
Longitude: 122.508889° W,
Horizontal Datum:

River Stage
Reference Frame
Gauge Height Flood Stage Uses
NWS stage 0 ft Not Available Interpreting hydrographs and NWS watch, warnings, and forecasts, and inundation maps
Vertical Datum Elevation
(gauge height = 0)
(gauge height = flood stage)
Elevation information source
NAVD88 150 Not Available Survey grade GPS equipment, FEMA flood plain maps, newer USGS topographic maps
NGVD 29 Not Available Not Available Older USGS topographic maps, NGVD29 benchmarks
MSL Not Available Not Available Older USGS topographic maps, MSL benchmarks
Other Not Available Not Available  

The National Weather Service prepares its forecasts and other services in collaboration with agencies like the US Geological Survey, US Bureau of Reclamation, US Army Corps of Engineers, Natural Resource Conservation Service, National Park Service, ALERT Users Group, Bureau of Indian Affairs, and many state and local emergency managers across the country. For details, please click here.

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