River Gage Projections for Hurricane Irma 2017-09-10

Update 2017-09-15: On the seventh day.

Hurricane Irma is bringing flood levels on on most of the rivers in the Suwannee River Basin. Here are the gages with projections from downstream to upstream, since Irma is coming from the south. The images here are static to show this moment, but click on any image to go through to the live gage.

Suwannee River

Suwannee River at Fowlers Bluff

Suwannee River at Fowlers Bluff

Suwannee River at Branford @ US 27

Suwannee River at Branford @ US 27

Suwannee River near Suwannee Springs

Suwannee River near Suwannee Springs

Suwannee River at White Springs

Suwannee River at White Springs

Withlacoochee River

All the Withlacoochee and Little River gages are shown live on the Withlacoochee and Little River Water Trail (WLRWT) water levels page.

Withlacoochee River near Pinetta @ CR 150

Withlacoochee River near Pinetta @ CR 150

Withlacoochee River near Quitman @ US 84

Withlacoochee River near Quitman @ US 84

Withlacoochee River above Valdosta @ Skipper Bridge Road

Withlacoochee River above Valdosta @ Skipper Bridge Road

Alapaha River

All the Alapaha River gages are shown live on the Alapaha River Water Trail (ARWT) water levels page.

Alapaha River at Statenville @ US 84

Alapaha River at Statenville @ US 84

Santa Fe River

Santa Fe River near Hildreth

Santa Fe River near Hildreth

Santa Fe River at Three Rivers Estates

Santa Fe River at Three Rivers Estates

Santa Fe River near Fort White

Santa Fe River near Fort White

New River

The tributary of the Santa Fe River between Union and Bradford Counties, Florida, not the tributary of the Withlacoochee River between Cook and Berrien Counties, Georgia (that Georgia New River has no gages).

New River near Lake Butler

This one in Union County doesn’t need a projection to show water already rising.

New River near Lake Butler

Alligator Creek at Starke

And this one in Bradford County is already flooding.

Alligator Creek at Starke

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Gage Map

Here are all these gages and the rest for all these rivers on a map. Click through to the live map.

Gage Map

Suwannee River Water Management District (SRWMD) has a frequently-updated table of levels for all these and the other gages on these rivers.

Boating is probably not a good idea much of this week.

 -jsq, John S. Quarterman, Suwannee RIVERKEEPER®

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