Related to the Withlacoochee and Little River Water Trail and the double USACE flooding study presentation tonight in Valdosta, here are river level charts upstream and down on the Little River, Okapilco Creek, and the Withlacoochee River related to a new USGS flood-tracking chart. In the example charts on the right, you can see the Little River peaked days ago at Tifton and yesterday at Hahira.
The Withlacoochee River peaked yesterday at US 41. while downstream it’s going up at US 84, and barely starting up at Pinetta (click on the above chart example for the rest). Right now you can see all that in the charts below. If this works, you’ll see something different later, because you’ll see current charts whenever you refresh this page.
Update 2016-05-31: See sea level gage reports.
Update 2014-11-04: Simplified gage formatting.
Update 2014-11-03: That works, and see also Alapaha River water levels.
Little River at Upper Ty Ty Road, near Tifton, Tift County, GA (02317797)
Little River at GA 37 near Adel, Cook County, GA (02318000)High water level 181
Little River at GA 122, near Hahira, Lowndes County, GA (02318380)High water level 11 feet, 144 NAVD; low water level 4.25 feet, 137 NAVD
Okapilco Creek at GA 333, near Quitman, Brooks County, GA (02318700)
Withlacoochee River at
McMillan Road Skipper Bridge, near Bemiss, Lowndes County, GA
Withlacoochee River at US 41 near Valdosta, Lowndes County, GA (02317755)
Withlacoochee River at US 84, near Quitman, Brooks County, GA (02318500)High water level 94
Withlacoochee River, CR 150, near Pinetta, Madison County, FL (02319000)High water level 59
Withlacoochee River, FL 6, near Madison, Madison County, FL (02319300)
Withlacoochee River near Lee, Madison County, FL (02319394)