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Hydrologic Summary
National Weather Service Nashville TN
937 AM CDT TUE SEP 2 2014

  LOCATION         FLOOD     6AM       24-HOUR
                   STAGE    STAGE      CHANGE

Buffalo River
  Lobelville       14.0       3.7        0.2

Cumberland River
  Celina           40.0      16.1       -0.1
  Carthage         40.0      13.1        0.0
  Nashville        40.0      17.8        0.3
  Clarksville      46.0      26.5       -0.3
  Dover            67.0      56.7       -0.2

Duck River
  Milltown         36.0      11.7       -0.6
  Shelbyville      25.0       3.0       -0.2
  Columbia         32.0       4.6       -2.0
  Centerville      22.0       6.7       -1.9
  Hurricane Mills  24.0       4.8       -0.1

Elk River
  Prospect         26.0       1.7       -0.7

Harpeth River
  Franklin         30.0       3.4       -0.4
  Bellevue         20.0       1.8       -0.4
  Kingston Springs 20.0       2.2       -0.9

Mill Creek
  Woodbine         14.0       2.8       -0.3
  Antioch          14.0       2.9       -0.2

Red River
  Port Royal       30.0       5.1        0.2

Shoal Creek
  Iron City        14.0       2.7       -0.1

Tennessee River
  Clifton          370.0


 MIDDLE TENNESSEE RESERVOIR LEVELS (MSL - EXCEPT OLD HICKORY TAILWATER)


                  POOL     24-HOUR  TAILWATER
                ELEVATION  CHANGE   ELEVATION
Cumberland River
 Dale Hollow      642.9      0.0      504.2
 Cordell Hull     504.2     -0.2      445.9
 Center Hill      631.9      0.0      476.1
 Old Hickory      445.2      0.3       15.2
 Cheatham         385.9      0.2      358.7

Stones River
 Percy Priest     490.6      0.0      388.0

Duck River
 Normandy         871.3     -0.1      789.8

THIS DATA WAS FURNISHED WITH COOPERATION FROM THE U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY...
THE ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS...AND THE TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY.

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