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HYDROLOGIC SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILMINGTON OH
1055 AM EDT MON AUG 29 2016



Effective September 7,2016, daily river forecasts will be issued for the
Licking River in Kentucky at Catawba, downstream of Falmouth, KY.
This is in close coordination with the Ohio River Forecast Center, The
Kentucky U.S. Geological Survey and Pendleton County Emergency
Management.

Flood Warning Services NOT be available for Catawba, but will remain
with the river gage point in Falmouth, since this is the historic and
more locally referenceable forecast point location. The Catawba forecast
services will be utilized by Pendleton County officials and the general
public to view flood potential scenarios via new flood inundation
mapping services which will become available from the Kentucky U.S
Geological Survey in early October.

Station          FS    24 hr   7 AM    24 HR   Upr    Lwr   Water
                      Precip   Stage   Change  Pool   Pool   Temp
Ohio River...
Portsmouth       50             15.8    1.05
Maysville        50             34.3    0.53
Meldahl Dam      51                     1.39    13.2   14.4    80
Cincinnati       52             27.2    1.08
Markland Dam     51                     0.73    13.1   14.5    82


Ohio Brush Creek...
West Union       15     0.11     5.4    2.89


Licking River Kentucky...
McKinneysburg    33              4.6   -0.54
Falmouth         33
Catawba         N/A              5.8   -0.22


E Fork Little Miami River...
Perintown        19              2.5    0.60


Little Miami River...
Kings Mills      17     0.08     5.0
Milford          17              5.9    0.57


St. Marys Basin...
Rockford         13              1.8   -0.29


Great Miami Basin...
Sidney           10              0.9   -0.01
Lockington       35              1.5    0.01
Piqua            14              0.9   -0.06
Troy             14              2.1    0.01
Taylorsville     22              2.3    0.32
Englewood        50              2.9   -0.02
Dayton           41             25.0   -0.04
Below Miamisburg 18              7.7    0.58
Franklin         14              2.2    0.66
Germantown       62              1.7   -0.90
Middletown       12              3.3    0.77
Hamilton         75             63.6    0.22
Miamitown        16              2.5    0.38


Mad River...
Springfield      11              1.4   -0.02
Huffman          25              3.4   -0.21


West Fork Whitewater River...
Alpine           17              6.9   -0.03


Whitewater River...
Brookville       20              3.2   -0.48


Scioto River...
Frank Rd Colmbs  24              5.7    0.09
Circleville      15              2.7    0.69
Chillicothe      16              2.5    0.15
Piketon          20              1.6   -0.31


Big Darby Creek...
Darbyville       10              2.2   -0.03


Paint Creek...
Bourneville      12              1.7    0.27


Hocking River...
Enterprise       12              0.3   -0.06


Olentangy River...
Delaware          9                                     1.7
Worthington      13              1.7   -0.04


Licking River...
Below Newark     14              1.3    0.00


North Fork Licking River Ohio...
Newark Main St.  15              2.3    0.03


South Fork Licking River Ohio...
I70 nr Buckeye Lake 880        871.2    0.08


This river gage data was provided by the U.S. Geological Survey,
the Army Corps of Engineers, the Miami Conservancy District, and
State Divisions of Water.


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