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Hydrologic Summary
National Weather Service Shreveport LA
950 AM CST Fri Feb 23 2018

Gage Station and Tributary      Flood    7 AM       24 Hour
                                Stage    Stage       Change
Red River basin:
 Blue 1W - Blue River            24       13.1         -4.1
 Unger 2E - Muddy Boggy Creek    34       29.5          0.8
 Arthur City                     22       19.1         -0.1
 Dekalb-Pecan Point              24       23.7          3.1
 Index-Highway 71                25       12.9          6.4
 Glover 2N - Glover River        16       10.8          0.0
 Idabel 5NE - Little River       30       32.5          3.4
 Smithville - Mountain Fork               13.9         -0.1
 Eagletown 2W - Mountain Fork    11        4.8          0.7
 DeQueen 4W - Rolling Fork       24        6.2          1.9
 Horatio - Little River          27       28.9          2.3
 Vandervort 8E - Cossatot River            7.6          0.7
 DeQueen 7E - Cossatot River     15       10.5          2.2
 Dierks 4SW - Saline River       15        9.8          4.8
 Lockesburg 6E - Saline River    17       15.7         -0.4
 Fulton                          27       15.5          6.9
 Talco 5NE - Sulphur River       20       26.2          0.4
 Cuthand 2N - Cuthand Creek               65.7         -5.9
 Interstate 30 - Sulphur River            31.7          6.5
 Talco 3S - White Oak Creek      16       18.9          0.6
 Interstate 30 - White Oak Creek          20.8          1.6
 Springbank Ferry                37       28.1          5.9
 Pittsburg 5NE - Big Cypress B.  15       15.9          0.3
 Jefferson 9W - Big Cypress B.   20       17.4          2.1
 Jefferson - Black Cypress Bayou 13       14.9          1.8
 Ore City 9S - Little Cypress B. 13       12.6          1.3
 Jefferson - Ltl. Cypress Bayou  13       11.7          0.8
 Karnack 2NW - Big Cypress Bayou           9.6          1.2
 Dixie 4SW - Twelve Mile Bayou            25.4          3.9
 Greenwood 3N - Cross Bayou                9.2         -2.8
 Greenwood 6N - Paw Paw Bayou             10.4          1.1
 Blanchard 4W - Shettleworth Bayou        11.3          1.7
 Shreveport                      30       21.8          5.3
 Haughton 1W - Red Chute Bayou            12.9          1.7
 Sligo - Red Chute Bayou         31       29.4          2.6
 Bossier City - Flat River                11.8         -4.1
 High Island - Red Chute Bayou            19.6          2.7
 Springhill 4E - Bayou Dorcheat  11       14.7          1.5
 Dixie Inn - Bayou Dorcheat      14       15.1          2.0
 Coushatta                       31       26.3          0.7
 Shreveport - Bayou Pierre                 6.3         -4.1
 Spring Ridge - Boggy Bayou               10.1         -0.6
 Shreveport - Gilmer Bayou                 3.0         -0.0
 Keithville - Cypress Bayou                9.5         -1.6
 Lake End 3SW - Bayou Pierre              25.5          2.9
 Grand Ecore                     33       26.0          2.6
 Lucky 1N - Saline Bayou                  10.9          2.5
 Mid Point                                96.7          0.5
 Alexandria                      32       24.1          2.2
 Joyce - Dugdemona River                  19.0          1.5
 Rochelle 3SE - Little River     32       31.2          4.3
 Pollock 1N - Big Creek                   10.3          0.7


Red River Waterway lock and dam stages:
             Pool      24 hr chg      Tail      24 hr chg
 Lock 5     145.6         0.4        129.6         4.9
 Lock 4     120.2        -0.3        107.0         4.2
 Lock 3      93.5        -1.8         78.3         5.5
 Lock 2      64.2        -0.3
 Lock 1      40.1         0.0         37.0         5.1


Gage station and tributary      Flood    7 AM       24 Hour
                                Stage    Stage       Change
Ouachita-Black River basin:
 Felsenthal Lock pool            70      70.1          1.3
 Felsenthal Lock tailwater               68.2          0.4
 Jones 2NW - Bayou Bartholomew           28.3          0.7
 Lillie 1E - Little Corney Bayou         10.3          1.4
 Monroe                          40      30.9          1.7
 Crew Lake 3W - Bayou Lafourche          25.6          3.2
 Columbia lock pool              65      52.2          0.2
 Columbia lock tailwater                 51.2          1.7
 Acme - Black River              48      33.9          3.5


Sabine River basin:
 Mineola 4S                      14       16.8          1.7
 Quitman 4S - Lake Fork Creek    16       18.8          1.6
 Hawkins                                  19.0          4.3
 Big Sandy 2NE - Big Sandy Creek 17       12.2          0.8
 Gladewater 3WSW                 26       25.7          3.0
 Longview 5W                              23.8          3.1
 Kilgore 2W - Rabbit Creek       10       11.9         -1.2
 Longview-Highway 149            25       22.2          2.7
 Beckville 8NE                   26       22.6          6.4
 Logansport                      28       24.2          1.4
 Stanley 3W - Bayou Grand Cane            12.2          2.2
 Benson 2E - Bayou San Patricio           16.2         -1.4


Neches River:
 Neches 4NE                      12       13.1          1.3
 Diboll 4S                       12       13.2          1.9
 Rockland                        26       17.9          1.2


Angelina River basin:
 Jacksonville 7E - Mud Creek      9        7.8          0.4
 Alto 8E                         29       17.9          0.8
 Chireno 3E - Attoyac Bayou      14       17.9          3.0
 San Augustine 10S - Ayish Bayou 12       12.0         -1.6


Reservoir/lake pool stages and releases
            Normal pool  7 AM Stage  24 hr chg  Discharge CFS
Red River basin:
 Denison Dam   617.0       616.23       0.06        2500
 Pat Mayse Dam 451.0       456.08       1.06         600
 Hugo Dam      407.5       414.25       2.93           M
 Pine Creek    438.0       461.66       2.54         102
 Broken Bow    601.5       603.97       2.71         310
 DeQueen Lake  437.0       457.98       5.80           M
 Gillham Lake  502.0       536.30       8.82           M
 Dierks Lake   526.0       540.54       5.66           M
 Millwood Lake 259.2       262.15       1.30           M
 Chapman Lake  440.0       444.47       2.40           M
 Wright Patman 227.5       225.05       0.68           M
 Bob Sandlin   337.5       338.40       0.11           M
 Lake O Pines  230.0       231.12       0.54           M
 Caddo Lake    170.0       171.00       0.45
 Cross Lake    171.1       171.40       0.49
 Bodcau Lake   170.0       168.58       1.80
 Cypress Lake  180.0       180.88       0.42
 Lk Bistineau  141.0       142.68       0.37
 Wallace Lake  142.5       148.34       3.00
 Black Lake                102.46       1.74
 Lake Nantachie 95.5        96.86       0.01
 Catahoula Lk   28.0        36.88       0.34


Oauchita River basin:
 Lk Claiborne  186.0       184.18       1.12
 Lk D`Arbonne   81.0        82.51       0.22


Sabine River basin:
 Lake Tawakoni 437.5       440.13       0.57         n/a
 Lake Fork     403.0       403.41      -0.07        7600
 Martin Lake   306.0       304.72       0.44
 Lake Murvaul  265.3       266.10       0.23
 Toledo Bend   172.0       171.40       0.86        4124


Neches and Angelina River basins:
 Lk Palestine  345.0       346.22       0.34
 L Jacksonv`ll 421.8       422.42      -0.14
 Lake Tyler    375.4       376.36      -0.10
 Lake Stryker  293.0       293.10      -0.05
 L Nacogdoches 279.0       278.58       0.24
 Sam Rayburn   164.5       163.45       0.62           M


This data is graciously provided by the U.S. Geological
Survey, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and the
Sabine River Authority.
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