Update 2020-11-07: Horrid quality at GA 133 Friday, but good downstream and Saturday 2020-11-07
We don’t know what that contamination was upstream Wednesday on the Withlacoochee River at US 41 and GA 133. Rain didn’t cause it, because there was no rain.
We do know it was not the Tuesday Tifton spill, because that was into the Little River, which joins the Withlacoochee River downstream of GA 133.
We can speculate that whatever it was should be reaching the state line about now, or at least Knights Ferry. But we don’t know, because we have no downstream data: neither Valdosta nor Madison Health have reported anything below US 84 since last week, and our usual Thursday testers are out of commission this week.
So it’s hard to say what Withlacoochee River conditions might be right now.
For context and the entire WWALS composite spreadsheet of Georgia and Florida results, see
Maybe FDEP will report Withlacoochee River results in the morning.
Meanwhile, we did get good news for the Alapaha River Sunday, November 1, 2020, from WWALS tester Renee Kirkland: good quality at Sheboggy (US 82) and Statenville.
-jsq, John S. Quarterman, Suwannee RIVERKEEPER®
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