Looks like we may finally see Action stage tomorrow on the
above Valdosta @ Skipper Bridge Road.
This is upstream from Valdosta’s Withlacoochee Wastewater Treatment Plant,
so it’s a good thing that didn’t spill during Irma.
The Alapaha River at
peaked Tuesday and probably would be a fine ride (what shoals?) today.
The New and
The Santa Fe Rivers are still flooding,
and that’s still raising the
all the way to the Gulf, and there’s minor flooding
all the way up at Fargo, so another surge of high levels may follow
on the Suwannee.
The I-75 Santa Fe River bridge
never did close.
2017-09-17 Withlacoochee River above Valdosta @ Skipper Bridge Road
The Suwannee River
at White Springs
peaked Continue reading →
Update 2017-09-15: On the seventh day.
Update 2017-09-15: Added
Suwannee River at Wilcox @ US 19, plus another image for the Gage Map.
Hurricane Irma flooded
the Suwannee River at White Springs,
the Santa Fe River especially at Fort White, with a new record
for the New River new Lake Butler.
It did not flood the Withlacoochee or Alapaha Rivers.
2017-09-14 Suwannee River at White Springs
the I-75 bridge over the Santa Fe River Continue reading →