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FGUS72 KILM 051731
ESFILM
NCC017-019-047-129-141-155-SCC031-033-041-043-051-067-069-089-
191745-

WINTER/SPRING FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILMINGTON NC
1231 PM EST THU MAR 5 2015

...WINTER/SPRING FLOOD OUTLOOK FOR SOUTHEAST NORTH CAROLINA AND
NORTHEAST SOUTH CAROLINA...

RAINFALL DURING THE LAST SEVERAL MONTHS HAS BEEN NEAR TO ABOVE
NORMAL ACROSS MUCH OF THE AREA.  ACCORDING TO THE U.S. DROUGHT
MONITOR...THE AREA IS CURRENTLY DROUGHT FREE. THE TABLE BELOW
SUMMARIZES PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS AT AREA OBSERVATION SITES THROUGH
THURSDAY...MARCH 4TH...FOR VARIOUS TIME SCALES.


WILMINGTON NC
                              TOTAL    NORMAL   DEPARTURE  PERCENT
                            RAINFALL    VALUE     FROM         OF
                                                 NORMAL     NORMAL

      ONE MONTH (30 DAYS)      3.91      3.92     -0.01       100%
     TWO MONTHS (60 DAYS)      9.26      7.58      1.68       122%
   THREE MONTHS (90 DAYS)     14.51     11.08      3.43       131%
    SIX MONTHS (180 DAYS)     26.78     25.22      1.56       106%
                ONE YEAR      63.83     57.61      6.22       111%
           FIFTEEN MONTHS     70.47     68.12      2.35       103%

LUMBERTON NC
                              TOTAL    NORMAL   DEPARTURE  PERCENT
                            RAINFALL    VALUE     FROM         OF
                                                 NORMAL     NORMAL

      ONE MONTH (30 DAYS)      4.31      3.20      1.11       135%
     TWO MONTHS (60 DAYS)      9.55      6.07      3.48       157%
   THREE MONTHS (90 DAYS)     12.44      8.79      3.65       142%
    SIX MONTHS (180 DAYS)     19.92     18.57      1.35       107%
                ONE YEAR      45.86     43.52      2.34       105%
           FIFTEEN MONTHS     55.63     51.79      3.84       107%

NORTH MYRTLE BEACH SC
                              TOTAL    NORMAL   DEPARTURE  PERCENT
                            RAINFALL    VALUE     FROM         OF
                                                 NORMAL     NORMAL

      ONE MONTH (30 DAYS)      2.98      3.67     -0.69        81%
     TWO MONTHS (60 DAYS)      7.07      7.22     -0.15        98%
   THREE MONTHS (90 DAYS)     10.46     10.55     -0.09        99%
    SIX MONTHS (180 DAYS)     19.51     22.94     -3.43        85%
                ONE YEAR      44.05     52.01     -7.96        85%
           FIFTEEN MONTHS     49.54     61.98    -12.44        80%

FLORENCE SC
                              TOTAL    NORMAL   DEPARTURE  PERCENT
                            RAINFALL    VALUE     FROM         OF
                                                 NORMAL     NORMAL

      ONE MONTH (30 DAYS)      4.09      3.15      0.94       130%
     TWO MONTHS (60 DAYS)      7.08      6.27      0.81       113%
   THREE MONTHS (90 DAYS)     10.34      9.24      1.10       112%
    SIX MONTHS (180 DAYS)     23.41     18.34      5.07       128%
                ONE YEAR      45.86     42.91      2.95       107%
           FIFTEEN MONTHS     55.14     51.70      3.44       107%

SEVEN DAY AVERAGE STREAMFLOW VALUES ACROSS THE AREA ARE AT NORMAL
TO ABOVE NORMAL VALUES FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR. UPSTREAM RESERVOIRS
ARE ALSO AT NORMAL TO ABOVE LEVELS FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR AND SOIL
MOISTURE CONDITIONS ARE AT NORMAL TO ABOVE NORMAL LEVELS AS WELL.

OVER THE NEXT WEEK...A COLD FRONT WILL BRING RAIN AND POSSIBLY
SOME WINTRY PRECIPITATION TO THE AREA TONIGHT.  ANOTHER FRONTAL
BOUNDARY MAY BRING ADDITIONAL RAIN TO THE AREA NEXT WEEK.  DURING
THE EIGHT TO FOURTEEN DAY PERIOD...ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION
IS EXPECTED. THE OUTLOOKS FOR MARCH AND FOR MARCH THROUGH MAY
FROM THE CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER CALL FOR ABOVE NORMAL AND
NEAR NORMAL PRECIPITATION RESPECTIVELY.

IN CONSIDERATION OF THE ABOVE FACTORS...THIS OUTLOOK CALLS FOR
A NORMAL TO SLIGHTLY ABOVE NORMAL RISK OF FLOODING THROUGH MAY.

THE NEXT SCHEDULED WINTER/SPRING FLOOD OUTLOOK WILL BE ISSUED BY
MARCH 20TH.

$$

RAN







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000
FGUS52 KILM 051607
RVDILM
NCZ087-096>097-099>100-SCZ017-023>024-032>034-039-046-060407-


DAILY RIVER AND LAKE SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILMINGTON NC
1107 AM EST THU MAR 5 2015

A few light showers moved across a small portion of the river district, where
rainfall amounts were minimal in the 24 hour period ending at 7:00 am this
morning. Through Friday morning, rain showers will move through the forecast
area behind a cold front. Anticipate rainfall amounts up to a quarter of
an inch are possible.

.B ILM 0305 DC1503051105 DH12/HG/DRH+24/HGIFF/DRH+48/HGIFF/DRH+72/HGIFF


:    Station           Flood   7 AM     24-HR           7 AM
: ID        Name       Stage   Stage    Change        Forecasts
:                                                 Fri    Sat    Sun

Lumber River
MAXN7  :Maxton          NA   : 10.66  /: -0.20 :    M /    M /    M
PMBN7  :Pembroke        NA   :  1.49  /:     M :    M /    M /    M
LBRN7  :Lumberton      13.0  : 13.69  /: -0.14 :14.00 /14.10 /13.80
BRDN7  :Boardman        NA   :  7.79  /: -0.10 :    M /    M /    M

Cape Fear River
STPN7  :William O Hus  42.0  : 38.58  /: -0.41 :    M /    M /    M
ELZN7  :Elizabethtown  25.0  :     M  /:     M :    M /    M /    M
CPFN7  :Lock And Dam   24.0  : 19.76  /:  0.05 :19.70 /19.80 /20.00

Northeast Cape Fear River
BGWN7  :Burgaw         10.0  :  9.39  /: -0.29 : 9.00 / 8.60 / 8.20

Great Pee Dee River
PDES1  :Pee Dee        19.0  : 17.97  /: -0.97 :16.20 /15.40 /16.20

Black Creek
BCRS1  :Quinby         10.0  :  7.25  /:  0.23 : 7.20 / 6.80 / 6.70

Waccamaw River
FREN7  :Freeland        NA   : 14.30  /:  0.00 :    M /    M /    M
LNGS1  :Longs           NA   : 10.71  /:  0.02 :    M /    M /    M
ACWS1  :Above Conway    NA   :  7.73  /:  0.16 :    M /    M /    M
CNWS1  :Conway         11.0  :  9.40  /:  0.07 : 9.40 / 9.50 / 9.50

Lynches River
EFFS1  :Effingham      14.0  : 10.66  /:  0.24 :    M /    M /    M

Little Pee Dee River
GALS1  :Galivants Fer   9.0  :  9.78  /: -0.09 : 9.60 / 9.50 / 9.40

Black River
KINS1  :Kingstree      12.0  : 11.25  /:  0.05 :11.20 /11.00 /10.80
.END

River flooding is occurring in the Wilmington Service Area.  For details, see
our flood products RDUFLWILM or RDUFLSILM.  Information is also available on our
website at weather.gov/ilm under the "Rivers and Lakes" link.

$$




000
FGUS52 KILM 051607
RVDILM
NCZ087-096>097-099>100-SCZ017-023>024-032>034-039-046-060407-


DAILY RIVER AND LAKE SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILMINGTON NC
1107 AM EST THU MAR 5 2015

A few light showers moved across a small portion of the river district, where
rainfall amounts were minimal in the 24 hour period ending at 7:00 am this
morning. Through Friday morning, rain showers will move through the forecast
area behind a cold front. Anticipate rainfall amounts up to a quarter of
an inch are possible.

.B ILM 0305 DC1503051105 DH12/HG/DRH+24/HGIFF/DRH+48/HGIFF/DRH+72/HGIFF


:    Station           Flood   7 AM     24-HR           7 AM
: ID        Name       Stage   Stage    Change        Forecasts
:                                                 Fri    Sat    Sun

Lumber River
MAXN7  :Maxton          NA   : 10.66  /: -0.20 :    M /    M /    M
PMBN7  :Pembroke        NA   :  1.49  /:     M :    M /    M /    M
LBRN7  :Lumberton      13.0  : 13.69  /: -0.14 :14.00 /14.10 /13.80
BRDN7  :Boardman        NA   :  7.79  /: -0.10 :    M /    M /    M

Cape Fear River
STPN7  :William O Hus  42.0  : 38.58  /: -0.41 :    M /    M /    M
ELZN7  :Elizabethtown  25.0  :     M  /:     M :    M /    M /    M
CPFN7  :Lock And Dam   24.0  : 19.76  /:  0.05 :19.70 /19.80 /20.00

Northeast Cape Fear River
BGWN7  :Burgaw         10.0  :  9.39  /: -0.29 : 9.00 / 8.60 / 8.20

Great Pee Dee River
PDES1  :Pee Dee        19.0  : 17.97  /: -0.97 :16.20 /15.40 /16.20

Black Creek
BCRS1  :Quinby         10.0  :  7.25  /:  0.23 : 7.20 / 6.80 / 6.70

Waccamaw River
FREN7  :Freeland        NA   : 14.30  /:  0.00 :    M /    M /    M
LNGS1  :Longs           NA   : 10.71  /:  0.02 :    M /    M /    M
ACWS1  :Above Conway    NA   :  7.73  /:  0.16 :    M /    M /    M
CNWS1  :Conway         11.0  :  9.40  /:  0.07 : 9.40 / 9.50 / 9.50

Lynches River
EFFS1  :Effingham      14.0  : 10.66  /:  0.24 :    M /    M /    M

Little Pee Dee River
GALS1  :Galivants Fer   9.0  :  9.78  /: -0.09 : 9.60 / 9.50 / 9.40

Black River
KINS1  :Kingstree      12.0  : 11.25  /:  0.05 :11.20 /11.00 /10.80
.END

River flooding is occurring in the Wilmington Service Area.  For details, see
our flood products RDUFLWILM or RDUFLSILM.  Information is also available on our
website at weather.gov/ilm under the "Rivers and Lakes" link.

$$





000
FGUS52 KILM 051607
RVDILM
NCZ087-096>097-099>100-SCZ017-023>024-032>034-039-046-060407-


DAILY RIVER AND LAKE SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILMINGTON NC
1107 AM EST THU MAR 5 2015

A few light showers moved across a small portion of the river district, where
rainfall amounts were minimal in the 24 hour period ending at 7:00 am this
morning. Through Friday morning, rain showers will move through the forecast
area behind a cold front. Anticipate rainfall amounts up to a quarter of
an inch are possible.

.B ILM 0305 DC1503051105 DH12/HG/DRH+24/HGIFF/DRH+48/HGIFF/DRH+72/HGIFF


:    Station           Flood   7 AM     24-HR           7 AM
: ID        Name       Stage   Stage    Change        Forecasts
:                                                 Fri    Sat    Sun

Lumber River
MAXN7  :Maxton          NA   : 10.66  /: -0.20 :    M /    M /    M
PMBN7  :Pembroke        NA   :  1.49  /:     M :    M /    M /    M
LBRN7  :Lumberton      13.0  : 13.69  /: -0.14 :14.00 /14.10 /13.80
BRDN7  :Boardman        NA   :  7.79  /: -0.10 :    M /    M /    M

Cape Fear River
STPN7  :William O Hus  42.0  : 38.58  /: -0.41 :    M /    M /    M
ELZN7  :Elizabethtown  25.0  :     M  /:     M :    M /    M /    M
CPFN7  :Lock And Dam   24.0  : 19.76  /:  0.05 :19.70 /19.80 /20.00

Northeast Cape Fear River
BGWN7  :Burgaw         10.0  :  9.39  /: -0.29 : 9.00 / 8.60 / 8.20

Great Pee Dee River
PDES1  :Pee Dee        19.0  : 17.97  /: -0.97 :16.20 /15.40 /16.20

Black Creek
BCRS1  :Quinby         10.0  :  7.25  /:  0.23 : 7.20 / 6.80 / 6.70

Waccamaw River
FREN7  :Freeland        NA   : 14.30  /:  0.00 :    M /    M /    M
LNGS1  :Longs           NA   : 10.71  /:  0.02 :    M /    M /    M
ACWS1  :Above Conway    NA   :  7.73  /:  0.16 :    M /    M /    M
CNWS1  :Conway         11.0  :  9.40  /:  0.07 : 9.40 / 9.50 / 9.50

Lynches River
EFFS1  :Effingham      14.0  : 10.66  /:  0.24 :    M /    M /    M

Little Pee Dee River
GALS1  :Galivants Fer   9.0  :  9.78  /: -0.09 : 9.60 / 9.50 / 9.40

Black River
KINS1  :Kingstree      12.0  : 11.25  /:  0.05 :11.20 /11.00 /10.80
.END

River flooding is occurring in the Wilmington Service Area.  For details, see
our flood products RDUFLWILM or RDUFLSILM.  Information is also available on our
website at weather.gov/ilm under the "Rivers and Lakes" link.

$$




000
FGUS52 KILM 051607
RVDILM
NCZ087-096>097-099>100-SCZ017-023>024-032>034-039-046-060407-


DAILY RIVER AND LAKE SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILMINGTON NC
1107 AM EST THU MAR 5 2015

A few light showers moved across a small portion of the river district, where
rainfall amounts were minimal in the 24 hour period ending at 7:00 am this
morning. Through Friday morning, rain showers will move through the forecast
area behind a cold front. Anticipate rainfall amounts up to a quarter of
an inch are possible.

.B ILM 0305 DC1503051105 DH12/HG/DRH+24/HGIFF/DRH+48/HGIFF/DRH+72/HGIFF


:    Station           Flood   7 AM     24-HR           7 AM
: ID        Name       Stage   Stage    Change        Forecasts
:                                                 Fri    Sat    Sun

Lumber River
MAXN7  :Maxton          NA   : 10.66  /: -0.20 :    M /    M /    M
PMBN7  :Pembroke        NA   :  1.49  /:     M :    M /    M /    M
LBRN7  :Lumberton      13.0  : 13.69  /: -0.14 :14.00 /14.10 /13.80
BRDN7  :Boardman        NA   :  7.79  /: -0.10 :    M /    M /    M

Cape Fear River
STPN7  :William O Hus  42.0  : 38.58  /: -0.41 :    M /    M /    M
ELZN7  :Elizabethtown  25.0  :     M  /:     M :    M /    M /    M
CPFN7  :Lock And Dam   24.0  : 19.76  /:  0.05 :19.70 /19.80 /20.00

Northeast Cape Fear River
BGWN7  :Burgaw         10.0  :  9.39  /: -0.29 : 9.00 / 8.60 / 8.20

Great Pee Dee River
PDES1  :Pee Dee        19.0  : 17.97  /: -0.97 :16.20 /15.40 /16.20

Black Creek
BCRS1  :Quinby         10.0  :  7.25  /:  0.23 : 7.20 / 6.80 / 6.70

Waccamaw River
FREN7  :Freeland        NA   : 14.30  /:  0.00 :    M /    M /    M
LNGS1  :Longs           NA   : 10.71  /:  0.02 :    M /    M /    M
ACWS1  :Above Conway    NA   :  7.73  /:  0.16 :    M /    M /    M
CNWS1  :Conway         11.0  :  9.40  /:  0.07 : 9.40 / 9.50 / 9.50

Lynches River
EFFS1  :Effingham      14.0  : 10.66  /:  0.24 :    M /    M /    M

Little Pee Dee River
GALS1  :Galivants Fer   9.0  :  9.78  /: -0.09 : 9.60 / 9.50 / 9.40

Black River
KINS1  :Kingstree      12.0  : 11.25  /:  0.05 :11.20 /11.00 /10.80
.END

River flooding is occurring in the Wilmington Service Area.  For details, see
our flood products RDUFLWILM or RDUFLSILM.  Information is also available on our
website at weather.gov/ilm under the "Rivers and Lakes" link.

$$




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000
FGUS52 KGSP 051552
RVDGSP
NCC021-045-059-071-087-089-115-159-173-175-SCC007-021-045-077-091-
061552-

DAILY RIVER AND LAKE SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREENVILLE-SPARTANBURG SC
1052 AM EST THU MAR 5 2015

******************are expected across the Western Carolinas and
Northeast Georgia this afternoon. Forecasted rainfall amounts
included in theriver forecasts range from
*****************************

Major rivers across the Western Carolinas and Northeast Georgia are
expected to remain at current levels or rise slightly.

.B GSP 0305 DH07/HG/DRH+24/HGIFF
:
:Station                  Flood     7am      24-hr       7am
:ID     Name              Stage    Stage      Chg      Forecast
:                                                     Fri    Sat
:French Broad River
AVLN7  :Asheville          9.5:    2.1/:  -0.01/:    2.70/   2.30
BLAN7  :Blantyre          16.0:    7.4/:  -0.08/:    9.00/   8.10
FLCN7  :Fletcher          13.0:    5.4/:  -0.01/:    6.40/   5.60
MARN7  :Marshall           8.0:    2.2/:   0.00/:    2.70/   2.40
HSPN7  :Hot Springs        9.5:    3.4/:   0.01/:      NA/     NA
:
:Swannanoa River
BLTN7  :Biltmore          10.0:    1.7/:  -0.01/:    2.10/   1.70
:
:Tuckasegee River
TKSN7  :Bryson City       10.0:    4.0/:  -0.09/:    4.40/   3.30
:
Oconaluftee River
BIRN7  :Birdtown          10.0:    3.3/:   0.15/:      NA/     NA
:
:Pigeon River
CTPN7  :Canton            10.0:    2.2/:  -0.19/:    2.50/   2.20
:
:S Fork Catawba River
LOWN7  :Lowell            10.0:    3.0/:  0.00/:    4.70/   4.40
:
South Yadkin River
MCKN7  :Mocksville 7 Sw   19.0:    2.6/:  0.02/:      NA/     NA
:
:Broad River in NC
BSPN7  :Boiling Springs   12.0:    2.3/:  0.45/:    2.90/   2.50
:
:Broad River in SC
BBGS1  :Blacksburg        16.0:    3.3/:  0.01/:    4.70/   4.20
:
:Saluda River
WEPS1  :West Pelzer       12.0:    4.7/:  -0.07/:      NA/     NA
GSLS1  :Greenville         9.5:    3.4/:   0.03/:    4.10/   3.40
.END
:
.B GSP 0305 DH07/HP/DRH+24/HPIFF
:Savannah River
:
HRTG1 :Hartwell Dam        665:  657.45/:  0.08/:    NA/    NA
.END
:
Savannah River Basin Local Lake Inflow Forecasts
:
.B GSP 0305 DH12/QIIFF/DIH6
:
:                          7am inflow in CFS
 Lake Name          Thu      Fri      Sat      Sun
:
: Lake Hartwell : 3700.00/ 6070.00/ 5500.00/ 4430.00
: Lake Russell  :  900.00/ 910.00/ 890.00/ 860.00
.END
:
These data furnished by cooperation of the National
Weather Serivce...U.S.G.S. ...Duke Energy AND GA Power.

$$




000
FGUS52 KGSP 051552
RVDGSP
NCC021-045-059-071-087-089-115-159-173-175-SCC007-021-045-077-091-
061552-

DAILY RIVER AND LAKE SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREENVILLE-SPARTANBURG SC
1052 AM EST THU MAR 5 2015

******************are expected across the Western Carolinas and
Northeast Georgia this afternoon. Forecasted rainfall amounts
included in theriver forecasts range from
*****************************

Major rivers across the Western Carolinas and Northeast Georgia are
expected to remain at current levels or rise slightly.

.B GSP 0305 DH07/HG/DRH+24/HGIFF
:
:Station                  Flood     7am      24-hr       7am
:ID     Name              Stage    Stage      Chg      Forecast
:                                                     Fri    Sat
:French Broad River
AVLN7  :Asheville          9.5:    2.1/:  -0.01/:    2.70/   2.30
BLAN7  :Blantyre          16.0:    7.4/:  -0.08/:    9.00/   8.10
FLCN7  :Fletcher          13.0:    5.4/:  -0.01/:    6.40/   5.60
MARN7  :Marshall           8.0:    2.2/:   0.00/:    2.70/   2.40
HSPN7  :Hot Springs        9.5:    3.4/:   0.01/:      NA/     NA
:
:Swannanoa River
BLTN7  :Biltmore          10.0:    1.7/:  -0.01/:    2.10/   1.70
:
:Tuckasegee River
TKSN7  :Bryson City       10.0:    4.0/:  -0.09/:    4.40/   3.30
:
Oconaluftee River
BIRN7  :Birdtown          10.0:    3.3/:   0.15/:      NA/     NA
:
:Pigeon River
CTPN7  :Canton            10.0:    2.2/:  -0.19/:    2.50/   2.20
:
:S Fork Catawba River
LOWN7  :Lowell            10.0:    3.0/:  0.00/:    4.70/   4.40
:
South Yadkin River
MCKN7  :Mocksville 7 Sw   19.0:    2.6/:  0.02/:      NA/     NA
:
:Broad River in NC
BSPN7  :Boiling Springs   12.0:    2.3/:  0.45/:    2.90/   2.50
:
:Broad River in SC
BBGS1  :Blacksburg        16.0:    3.3/:  0.01/:    4.70/   4.20
:
:Saluda River
WEPS1  :West Pelzer       12.0:    4.7/:  -0.07/:      NA/     NA
GSLS1  :Greenville         9.5:    3.4/:   0.03/:    4.10/   3.40
.END
:
.B GSP 0305 DH07/HP/DRH+24/HPIFF
:Savannah River
:
HRTG1 :Hartwell Dam        665:  657.45/:  0.08/:    NA/    NA
.END
:
Savannah River Basin Local Lake Inflow Forecasts
:
.B GSP 0305 DH12/QIIFF/DIH6
:
:                          7am inflow in CFS
 Lake Name          Thu      Fri      Sat      Sun
:
: Lake Hartwell : 3700.00/ 6070.00/ 5500.00/ 4430.00
: Lake Russell  :  900.00/ 910.00/ 890.00/ 860.00
.END
:
These data furnished by cooperation of the National
Weather Serivce...U.S.G.S. ...Duke Energy AND GA Power.

$$




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000
SRUS42 KILM 051501
RVAILM
SCZ017-023>024-032>034-039-046-NCZ087-090-096>097-099>101-060301-


HYDROLOGIC SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILMINGTON NC
1001 AM EST THU MAR 5 2015

                         Flood    7 AM     24 Hour
River Basin              Stage    Stage    Change

 Cape Fear River
Wm O Huske Lock and Dam    42     38.58     -0.41
Elizabethtown              25         M         M
Cape Fear Lock and Dam     24     19.76      0.05


 Northeast Cape Fear River
Chinquapin                 13     10.65     -0.93
Burgaw                     10      9.39     -0.29


 Black River NC
Tomahawk 4NE               NA     13.25     -1.08


 Lumber River
Maxton 3N                  NA     10.66     -0.20
Pembroke                   NA      1.49         M
Lumberton                  13     13.69     -0.14
Lumberton W Fifth Street   NA     13.38     -0.12
Boardman                   NA      7.79     -0.10


 Big Shoeheel Creek
5 E Laurinburg/2 W Maxton  NA      3.79     -0.18


 Black Creek
Hartsville  5W             NA      5.85      0.01
Hartsville                 NA    158.90     -0.20
Quinby                     10      7.25      0.23


 Great Pee Dee River
Rockingham 6W              NA      2.83     -0.40
Bennettsville 10SW         NA     58.21     -4.27
Pee Dee                    19     17.97     -0.97
Pee Dee 4S                 NA     25.78     -0.67
Bucksport                  NA     13.88      0.34


 Lynches River
Effingham                  14     10.66      0.24


 Little Pee Dee River
Galivants Ferry             9      9.78     -0.09


 Black River SC
Kingstree                  12     11.25      0.05


 Waccamaw River
Freeland 1SW               NA     14.30      0.00
Longs  2SE                 NA     10.71      0.02
Above Conway               NA      7.73      0.16
Conway                     11      9.40      0.07
Bucksport                  NA     16.06     -0.54
Pawleys Island             NA      5.37     -0.78

$$




000
SRUS42 KILM 051501
RVAILM
SCZ017-023>024-032>034-039-046-NCZ087-090-096>097-099>101-060301-


HYDROLOGIC SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILMINGTON NC
1001 AM EST THU MAR 5 2015

                         Flood    7 AM     24 Hour
River Basin              Stage    Stage    Change

 Cape Fear River
Wm O Huske Lock and Dam    42     38.58     -0.41
Elizabethtown              25         M         M
Cape Fear Lock and Dam     24     19.76      0.05


 Northeast Cape Fear River
Chinquapin                 13     10.65     -0.93
Burgaw                     10      9.39     -0.29


 Black River NC
Tomahawk 4NE               NA     13.25     -1.08


 Lumber River
Maxton 3N                  NA     10.66     -0.20
Pembroke                   NA      1.49         M
Lumberton                  13     13.69     -0.14
Lumberton W Fifth Street   NA     13.38     -0.12
Boardman                   NA      7.79     -0.10


 Big Shoeheel Creek
5 E Laurinburg/2 W Maxton  NA      3.79     -0.18


 Black Creek
Hartsville  5W             NA      5.85      0.01
Hartsville                 NA    158.90     -0.20
Quinby                     10      7.25      0.23


 Great Pee Dee River
Rockingham 6W              NA      2.83     -0.40
Bennettsville 10SW         NA     58.21     -4.27
Pee Dee                    19     17.97     -0.97
Pee Dee 4S                 NA     25.78     -0.67
Bucksport                  NA     13.88      0.34


 Lynches River
Effingham                  14     10.66      0.24


 Little Pee Dee River
Galivants Ferry             9      9.78     -0.09


 Black River SC
Kingstree                  12     11.25      0.05


 Waccamaw River
Freeland 1SW               NA     14.30      0.00
Longs  2SE                 NA     10.71      0.02
Above Conway               NA      7.73      0.16
Conway                     11      9.40      0.07
Bucksport                  NA     16.06     -0.54
Pawleys Island             NA      5.37     -0.78

$$





000
SRUS42 KILM 051501
RVAILM
SCZ017-023>024-032>034-039-046-NCZ087-090-096>097-099>101-060301-


HYDROLOGIC SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILMINGTON NC
1001 AM EST THU MAR 5 2015

                         Flood    7 AM     24 Hour
River Basin              Stage    Stage    Change

 Cape Fear River
Wm O Huske Lock and Dam    42     38.58     -0.41
Elizabethtown              25         M         M
Cape Fear Lock and Dam     24     19.76      0.05


 Northeast Cape Fear River
Chinquapin                 13     10.65     -0.93
Burgaw                     10      9.39     -0.29


 Black River NC
Tomahawk 4NE               NA     13.25     -1.08


 Lumber River
Maxton 3N                  NA     10.66     -0.20
Pembroke                   NA      1.49         M
Lumberton                  13     13.69     -0.14
Lumberton W Fifth Street   NA     13.38     -0.12
Boardman                   NA      7.79     -0.10


 Big Shoeheel Creek
5 E Laurinburg/2 W Maxton  NA      3.79     -0.18


 Black Creek
Hartsville  5W             NA      5.85      0.01
Hartsville                 NA    158.90     -0.20
Quinby                     10      7.25      0.23


 Great Pee Dee River
Rockingham 6W              NA      2.83     -0.40
Bennettsville 10SW         NA     58.21     -4.27
Pee Dee                    19     17.97     -0.97
Pee Dee 4S                 NA     25.78     -0.67
Bucksport                  NA     13.88      0.34


 Lynches River
Effingham                  14     10.66      0.24


 Little Pee Dee River
Galivants Ferry             9      9.78     -0.09


 Black River SC
Kingstree                  12     11.25      0.05


 Waccamaw River
Freeland 1SW               NA     14.30      0.00
Longs  2SE                 NA     10.71      0.02
Above Conway               NA      7.73      0.16
Conway                     11      9.40      0.07
Bucksport                  NA     16.06     -0.54
Pawleys Island             NA      5.37     -0.78

$$




000
SRUS42 KILM 051501
RVAILM
SCZ017-023>024-032>034-039-046-NCZ087-090-096>097-099>101-060301-


HYDROLOGIC SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILMINGTON NC
1001 AM EST THU MAR 5 2015

                         Flood    7 AM     24 Hour
River Basin              Stage    Stage    Change

 Cape Fear River
Wm O Huske Lock and Dam    42     38.58     -0.41
Elizabethtown              25         M         M
Cape Fear Lock and Dam     24     19.76      0.05


 Northeast Cape Fear River
Chinquapin                 13     10.65     -0.93
Burgaw                     10      9.39     -0.29


 Black River NC
Tomahawk 4NE               NA     13.25     -1.08


 Lumber River
Maxton 3N                  NA     10.66     -0.20
Pembroke                   NA      1.49         M
Lumberton                  13     13.69     -0.14
Lumberton W Fifth Street   NA     13.38     -0.12
Boardman                   NA      7.79     -0.10


 Big Shoeheel Creek
5 E Laurinburg/2 W Maxton  NA      3.79     -0.18


 Black Creek
Hartsville  5W             NA      5.85      0.01
Hartsville                 NA    158.90     -0.20
Quinby                     10      7.25      0.23


 Great Pee Dee River
Rockingham 6W              NA      2.83     -0.40
Bennettsville 10SW         NA     58.21     -4.27
Pee Dee                    19     17.97     -0.97
Pee Dee 4S                 NA     25.78     -0.67
Bucksport                  NA     13.88      0.34


 Lynches River
Effingham                  14     10.66      0.24


 Little Pee Dee River
Galivants Ferry             9      9.78     -0.09


 Black River SC
Kingstree                  12     11.25      0.05


 Waccamaw River
Freeland 1SW               NA     14.30      0.00
Longs  2SE                 NA     10.71      0.02
Above Conway               NA      7.73      0.16
Conway                     11      9.40      0.07
Bucksport                  NA     16.06     -0.54
Pawleys Island             NA      5.37     -0.78

$$




000
SRUS42 KILM 051501
RVAILM
SCZ017-023>024-032>034-039-046-NCZ087-090-096>097-099>101-060301-


HYDROLOGIC SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILMINGTON NC
1001 AM EST THU MAR 5 2015

                         Flood    7 AM     24 Hour
River Basin              Stage    Stage    Change

 Cape Fear River
Wm O Huske Lock and Dam    42     38.58     -0.41
Elizabethtown              25         M         M
Cape Fear Lock and Dam     24     19.76      0.05


 Northeast Cape Fear River
Chinquapin                 13     10.65     -0.93
Burgaw                     10      9.39     -0.29


 Black River NC
Tomahawk 4NE               NA     13.25     -1.08


 Lumber River
Maxton 3N                  NA     10.66     -0.20
Pembroke                   NA      1.49         M
Lumberton                  13     13.69     -0.14
Lumberton W Fifth Street   NA     13.38     -0.12
Boardman                   NA      7.79     -0.10


 Big Shoeheel Creek
5 E Laurinburg/2 W Maxton  NA      3.79     -0.18


 Black Creek
Hartsville  5W             NA      5.85      0.01
Hartsville                 NA    158.90     -0.20
Quinby                     10      7.25      0.23


 Great Pee Dee River
Rockingham 6W              NA      2.83     -0.40
Bennettsville 10SW         NA     58.21     -4.27
Pee Dee                    19     17.97     -0.97
Pee Dee 4S                 NA     25.78     -0.67
Bucksport                  NA     13.88      0.34


 Lynches River
Effingham                  14     10.66      0.24


 Little Pee Dee River
Galivants Ferry             9      9.78     -0.09


 Black River SC
Kingstree                  12     11.25      0.05


 Waccamaw River
Freeland 1SW               NA     14.30      0.00
Longs  2SE                 NA     10.71      0.02
Above Conway               NA      7.73      0.16
Conway                     11      9.40      0.07
Bucksport                  NA     16.06     -0.54
Pawleys Island             NA      5.37     -0.78

$$




000
SRUS42 KILM 051501
RVAILM
SCZ017-023>024-032>034-039-046-NCZ087-090-096>097-099>101-060301-


HYDROLOGIC SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILMINGTON NC
1001 AM EST THU MAR 5 2015

                         Flood    7 AM     24 Hour
River Basin              Stage    Stage    Change

 Cape Fear River
Wm O Huske Lock and Dam    42     38.58     -0.41
Elizabethtown              25         M         M
Cape Fear Lock and Dam     24     19.76      0.05


 Northeast Cape Fear River
Chinquapin                 13     10.65     -0.93
Burgaw                     10      9.39     -0.29


 Black River NC
Tomahawk 4NE               NA     13.25     -1.08


 Lumber River
Maxton 3N                  NA     10.66     -0.20
Pembroke                   NA      1.49         M
Lumberton                  13     13.69     -0.14
Lumberton W Fifth Street   NA     13.38     -0.12
Boardman                   NA      7.79     -0.10


 Big Shoeheel Creek
5 E Laurinburg/2 W Maxton  NA      3.79     -0.18


 Black Creek
Hartsville  5W             NA      5.85      0.01
Hartsville                 NA    158.90     -0.20
Quinby                     10      7.25      0.23


 Great Pee Dee River
Rockingham 6W              NA      2.83     -0.40
Bennettsville 10SW         NA     58.21     -4.27
Pee Dee                    19     17.97     -0.97
Pee Dee 4S                 NA     25.78     -0.67
Bucksport                  NA     13.88      0.34


 Lynches River
Effingham                  14     10.66      0.24


 Little Pee Dee River
Galivants Ferry             9      9.78     -0.09


 Black River SC
Kingstree                  12     11.25      0.05


 Waccamaw River
Freeland 1SW               NA     14.30      0.00
Longs  2SE                 NA     10.71      0.02
Above Conway               NA      7.73      0.16
Conway                     11      9.40      0.07
Bucksport                  NA     16.06     -0.54
Pawleys Island             NA      5.37     -0.78

$$



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000
FGUS52 KCHS 051455
RVDCHS
SCZ039>040-042>045-047-055-GAZ077-086>088-100>101-113>116-118-
060055-


DAILY RIVER AND LAKE SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHARLESTON SC
955 AM EST THU MAR 5 2015

.B CHS 0305 DC15030509 DH12/HG/DRH+24/HGIFF/DRH+48/HGIFF/DRH+72/HGIFF


:RIVER BASIN
:STATION                 FLOOD   7 AM    24 HOUR    FORECAST AT 7 AM
:ID       NAME           STAGE   STAGE   CHANGE     Fri    Sat    Sun
:
:Santee River
JAMS1 : Jamestown         10  : 10.5  /:   0.3  : 10.6 / 10.6 / 10.6


:Edisto River
GIVS1 : Givhans Ferry     10  : 11.3  /:   0.1  : 11.2 / 10.9 / 10.6


:Savannah River
BFYG1 : Burtons Ferry     15  :  6.6  /:  -1.1  :  6.2 /  6.1 /  6.5
CLYG1 : Clyo              11  : 10.8  /:  -0.5  : 10.1 /  9.2 /  8.2


:Ogeechee River
MDVG1 : Midville           6  :  5.7  /:  -0.1  :  5.7 /  5.6 /  5.4
RFDG1 : Rocky Ford        13  : 10.1  /:  -0.1  :  9.9 /  9.7 /  9.5
EDEG1 : Eden              11  : 12.4  /:   0.3  : 12.6 / 12.6 / 12.5


:Ohoopee River
REDG1 : Reidsville        11  : 13.4  /:  -0.9  : 12.6 / 11.8 / 11.2


:Canoochee River
CNOG1 : Claxton           11  :  9.5  /:  -1.0  :  8.7 /  8.1 /  7.5
.END

Please note, the gage readings and forecasts for Midville can
occasionally be negative if the river is running low.

$$





000
FGUS52 KCHS 051455
RVDCHS
SCZ039>040-042>045-047-055-GAZ077-086>088-100>101-113>116-118-
060055-


DAILY RIVER AND LAKE SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHARLESTON SC
955 AM EST THU MAR 5 2015

.B CHS 0305 DC15030509 DH12/HG/DRH+24/HGIFF/DRH+48/HGIFF/DRH+72/HGIFF


:RIVER BASIN
:STATION                 FLOOD   7 AM    24 HOUR    FORECAST AT 7 AM
:ID       NAME           STAGE   STAGE   CHANGE     Fri    Sat    Sun
:
:Santee River
JAMS1 : Jamestown         10  : 10.5  /:   0.3  : 10.6 / 10.6 / 10.6


:Edisto River
GIVS1 : Givhans Ferry     10  : 11.3  /:   0.1  : 11.2 / 10.9 / 10.6


:Savannah River
BFYG1 : Burtons Ferry     15  :  6.6  /:  -1.1  :  6.2 /  6.1 /  6.5
CLYG1 : Clyo              11  : 10.8  /:  -0.5  : 10.1 /  9.2 /  8.2


:Ogeechee River
MDVG1 : Midville           6  :  5.7  /:  -0.1  :  5.7 /  5.6 /  5.4
RFDG1 : Rocky Ford        13  : 10.1  /:  -0.1  :  9.9 /  9.7 /  9.5
EDEG1 : Eden              11  : 12.4  /:   0.3  : 12.6 / 12.6 / 12.5


:Ohoopee River
REDG1 : Reidsville        11  : 13.4  /:  -0.9  : 12.6 / 11.8 / 11.2


:Canoochee River
CNOG1 : Claxton           11  :  9.5  /:  -1.0  :  8.7 /  8.1 /  7.5
.END

Please note, the gage readings and forecasts for Midville can
occasionally be negative if the river is running low.

$$




000
FGUS52 KCHS 051455
RVDCHS
SCZ039>040-042>045-047-055-GAZ077-086>088-100>101-113>116-118-
060055-


DAILY RIVER AND LAKE SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHARLESTON SC
955 AM EST THU MAR 5 2015

.B CHS 0305 DC15030509 DH12/HG/DRH+24/HGIFF/DRH+48/HGIFF/DRH+72/HGIFF


:RIVER BASIN
:STATION                 FLOOD   7 AM    24 HOUR    FORECAST AT 7 AM
:ID       NAME           STAGE   STAGE   CHANGE     Fri    Sat    Sun
:
:Santee River
JAMS1 : Jamestown         10  : 10.5  /:   0.3  : 10.6 / 10.6 / 10.6


:Edisto River
GIVS1 : Givhans Ferry     10  : 11.3  /:   0.1  : 11.2 / 10.9 / 10.6


:Savannah River
BFYG1 : Burtons Ferry     15  :  6.6  /:  -1.1  :  6.2 /  6.1 /  6.5
CLYG1 : Clyo              11  : 10.8  /:  -0.5  : 10.1 /  9.2 /  8.2


:Ogeechee River
MDVG1 : Midville           6  :  5.7  /:  -0.1  :  5.7 /  5.6 /  5.4
RFDG1 : Rocky Ford        13  : 10.1  /:  -0.1  :  9.9 /  9.7 /  9.5
EDEG1 : Eden              11  : 12.4  /:   0.3  : 12.6 / 12.6 / 12.5


:Ohoopee River
REDG1 : Reidsville        11  : 13.4  /:  -0.9  : 12.6 / 11.8 / 11.2


:Canoochee River
CNOG1 : Claxton           11  :  9.5  /:  -1.0  :  8.7 /  8.1 /  7.5
.END

Please note, the gage readings and forecasts for Midville can
occasionally be negative if the river is running low.

$$




000
FGUS52 KCHS 051455
RVDCHS
SCZ039>040-042>045-047-055-GAZ077-086>088-100>101-113>116-118-
060055-


DAILY RIVER AND LAKE SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHARLESTON SC
955 AM EST THU MAR 5 2015

.B CHS 0305 DC15030509 DH12/HG/DRH+24/HGIFF/DRH+48/HGIFF/DRH+72/HGIFF


:RIVER BASIN
:STATION                 FLOOD   7 AM    24 HOUR    FORECAST AT 7 AM
:ID       NAME           STAGE   STAGE   CHANGE     Fri    Sat    Sun
:
:Santee River
JAMS1 : Jamestown         10  : 10.5  /:   0.3  : 10.6 / 10.6 / 10.6


:Edisto River
GIVS1 : Givhans Ferry     10  : 11.3  /:   0.1  : 11.2 / 10.9 / 10.6


:Savannah River
BFYG1 : Burtons Ferry     15  :  6.6  /:  -1.1  :  6.2 /  6.1 /  6.5
CLYG1 : Clyo              11  : 10.8  /:  -0.5  : 10.1 /  9.2 /  8.2


:Ogeechee River
MDVG1 : Midville           6  :  5.7  /:  -0.1  :  5.7 /  5.6 /  5.4
RFDG1 : Rocky Ford        13  : 10.1  /:  -0.1  :  9.9 /  9.7 /  9.5
EDEG1 : Eden              11  : 12.4  /:   0.3  : 12.6 / 12.6 / 12.5


:Ohoopee River
REDG1 : Reidsville        11  : 13.4  /:  -0.9  : 12.6 / 11.8 / 11.2


:Canoochee River
CNOG1 : Claxton           11  :  9.5  /:  -1.0  :  8.7 /  8.1 /  7.5
.END

Please note, the gage readings and forecasts for Midville can
occasionally be negative if the river is running low.

$$




000
FGUS52 KCHS 051455
RVDCHS
SCZ039>040-042>045-047-055-GAZ077-086>088-100>101-113>116-118-
060055-


DAILY RIVER AND LAKE SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHARLESTON SC
955 AM EST THU MAR 5 2015

.B CHS 0305 DC15030509 DH12/HG/DRH+24/HGIFF/DRH+48/HGIFF/DRH+72/HGIFF


:RIVER BASIN
:STATION                 FLOOD   7 AM    24 HOUR    FORECAST AT 7 AM
:ID       NAME           STAGE   STAGE   CHANGE     Fri    Sat    Sun
:
:Santee River
JAMS1 : Jamestown         10  : 10.5  /:   0.3  : 10.6 / 10.6 / 10.6


:Edisto River
GIVS1 : Givhans Ferry     10  : 11.3  /:   0.1  : 11.2 / 10.9 / 10.6


:Savannah River
BFYG1 : Burtons Ferry     15  :  6.6  /:  -1.1  :  6.2 /  6.1 /  6.5
CLYG1 : Clyo              11  : 10.8  /:  -0.5  : 10.1 /  9.2 /  8.2


:Ogeechee River
MDVG1 : Midville           6  :  5.7  /:  -0.1  :  5.7 /  5.6 /  5.4
RFDG1 : Rocky Ford        13  : 10.1  /:  -0.1  :  9.9 /  9.7 /  9.5
EDEG1 : Eden              11  : 12.4  /:   0.3  : 12.6 / 12.6 / 12.5


:Ohoopee River
REDG1 : Reidsville        11  : 13.4  /:  -0.9  : 12.6 / 11.8 / 11.2


:Canoochee River
CNOG1 : Claxton           11  :  9.5  /:  -1.0  :  8.7 /  8.1 /  7.5
.END

Please note, the gage readings and forecasts for Midville can
occasionally be negative if the river is running low.

$$




000
FGUS52 KCHS 051455
RVDCHS
SCZ039>040-042>045-047-055-GAZ077-086>088-100>101-113>116-118-
060055-


DAILY RIVER AND LAKE SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHARLESTON SC
955 AM EST THU MAR 5 2015

.B CHS 0305 DC15030509 DH12/HG/DRH+24/HGIFF/DRH+48/HGIFF/DRH+72/HGIFF


:RIVER BASIN
:STATION                 FLOOD   7 AM    24 HOUR    FORECAST AT 7 AM
:ID       NAME           STAGE   STAGE   CHANGE     Fri    Sat    Sun
:
:Santee River
JAMS1 : Jamestown         10  : 10.5  /:   0.3  : 10.6 / 10.6 / 10.6


:Edisto River
GIVS1 : Givhans Ferry     10  : 11.3  /:   0.1  : 11.2 / 10.9 / 10.6


:Savannah River
BFYG1 : Burtons Ferry     15  :  6.6  /:  -1.1  :  6.2 /  6.1 /  6.5
CLYG1 : Clyo              11  : 10.8  /:  -0.5  : 10.1 /  9.2 /  8.2


:Ogeechee River
MDVG1 : Midville           6  :  5.7  /:  -0.1  :  5.7 /  5.6 /  5.4
RFDG1 : Rocky Ford        13  : 10.1  /:  -0.1  :  9.9 /  9.7 /  9.5
EDEG1 : Eden              11  : 12.4  /:   0.3  : 12.6 / 12.6 / 12.5


:Ohoopee River
REDG1 : Reidsville        11  : 13.4  /:  -0.9  : 12.6 / 11.8 / 11.2


:Canoochee River
CNOG1 : Claxton           11  :  9.5  /:  -1.0  :  8.7 /  8.1 /  7.5
.END

Please note, the gage readings and forecasts for Midville can
occasionally be negative if the river is running low.

$$




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000
SRUS42 KCAE 051416
RVACAE
GAC033-073-181-189-245-SCC003-009-011-017-025-027-037-039-055-057-
061-063-065-071-075-079-081-085-052216-

DAILY RIVER AND LAKE LEVELS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE COLUMBIA SC
916 AM EST THU MAR 5 2015

                      flood    current
River basin           stage    stage    day/time  24 hour change

Savannah River
Augusta-Butler Creek  117.5     98.1    Thu 08 AM      0.6

Stevens Creek
MODOC                  19.0      3.8    Thu 08 AM     -0.1

Saluda River
Chappells              14.0      3.3    Thu 08 AM      0.3

Enoree River
Whitmire               25.0     16.5    Thu 08 AM     -0.1

Pee Dee River
Cheraw                 30.0      5.3    Thu 08 AM     -3.4

Wateree River
Camden                 27.0      7.2    Thu 08 AM     -1.5

Congaree River
Columbia               19.0      4.1    Thu 09 AM     -0.2
Carolina Eastman      115.0    105.0    Thu 07 AM     -3.1

Santee River
Trezesvants Ldg        80.0     79.2    Thu 08 AM     -0.2

Edisto River
Orangeburg              8.0      7.1    Thu 09 AM     -0.2

                       full
Reservoir              pool  elevation  day time  24 hour change

Savannah River Basin
Thurmond(Clarks Hill) 330.0    328.9    Thu 08 AM       0.0

Broad River Basin
Parr Shoals           267.0    259.4    Thu 07 AM      -1.1

Saluda River Basin
Lake Greenwood        440.0    436.7    Thu 08 AM       0.1
Lake Murray           360.0    358.0    Thu 07 AM       0.0

Santee River Basin
Lake Marion            76.8     75.8    Thu 07 AM       0.0
Lake Moultrie          75.5     75.0    Thu 07 AM       0.1

Wateree River Basin
Lake Wateree          100.0     97.9    Thu 08 AM       0.0

Lake Marion flood stage is 77.0 feet

Lake Thurmond flood stage is 335.0 feet


Data in this product was provided by the U.S. Geological
Survey...The National Weather Service...Duke Energy...
Santee Cooper...South Carolina Electric and Gas and the U.S.
Army Corp of Engineers.

$$




000
SRUS42 KCAE 051416
RVACAE
GAC033-073-181-189-245-SCC003-009-011-017-025-027-037-039-055-057-
061-063-065-071-075-079-081-085-052216-

DAILY RIVER AND LAKE LEVELS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE COLUMBIA SC
916 AM EST THU MAR 5 2015

                      flood    current
River basin           stage    stage    day/time  24 hour change

Savannah River
Augusta-Butler Creek  117.5     98.1    Thu 08 AM      0.6

Stevens Creek
MODOC                  19.0      3.8    Thu 08 AM     -0.1

Saluda River
Chappells              14.0      3.3    Thu 08 AM      0.3

Enoree River
Whitmire               25.0     16.5    Thu 08 AM     -0.1

Pee Dee River
Cheraw                 30.0      5.3    Thu 08 AM     -3.4

Wateree River
Camden                 27.0      7.2    Thu 08 AM     -1.5

Congaree River
Columbia               19.0      4.1    Thu 09 AM     -0.2
Carolina Eastman      115.0    105.0    Thu 07 AM     -3.1

Santee River
Trezesvants Ldg        80.0     79.2    Thu 08 AM     -0.2

Edisto River
Orangeburg              8.0      7.1    Thu 09 AM     -0.2

                       full
Reservoir              pool  elevation  day time  24 hour change

Savannah River Basin
Thurmond(Clarks Hill) 330.0    328.9    Thu 08 AM       0.0

Broad River Basin
Parr Shoals           267.0    259.4    Thu 07 AM      -1.1

Saluda River Basin
Lake Greenwood        440.0    436.7    Thu 08 AM       0.1
Lake Murray           360.0    358.0    Thu 07 AM       0.0

Santee River Basin
Lake Marion            76.8     75.8    Thu 07 AM       0.0
Lake Moultrie          75.5     75.0    Thu 07 AM       0.1

Wateree River Basin
Lake Wateree          100.0     97.9    Thu 08 AM       0.0

Lake Marion flood stage is 77.0 feet

Lake Thurmond flood stage is 335.0 feet


Data in this product was provided by the U.S. Geological
Survey...The National Weather Service...Duke Energy...
Santee Cooper...South Carolina Electric and Gas and the U.S.
Army Corp of Engineers.

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000
FGUS72 KCAE 050832
ESFCAE
GAC033-073-181-189-245-SCC003-009-011-017-025-027-037-039-055-057-
061-063-065-071-075-079-081-085-190845-

WINTER/SPRING FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE COLUMBIA SC
332 AM EST THU MAR 5 2015

...WINTER/SPRING FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK...

THIS WINTER/SPRING FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK IS FOR RIVERS AND
TRIBUTARIES OF THE CENTRAL SAVANNAH RIVER BASIN IN EAST-CENTRAL
GEORGIA AND CENTRAL SOUTH CAROLINA INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING:

SAVANNAH RIVER BASIN DOWNSTREAM OF R. B. RUSSELL LAKE AND
UPSTREAM FROM BURTONS FERRY...

THE EDISTO RIVER BASIN UPSTREAM OF THE BAMBERG...ORANGEBURG
COUNTY LINE IN SOUTH CAROLINA...

THE SANTEE RIVER BASIN UPSTREAM OF THE CLARENDON/BERKELEY COUNTY
LINE AND DOWNSTREAM ON THE SALUDA AND BROAD RIVERS AT THE
GREENWOOD/SALUDA...LAURENS/NEWBERRY...UNION/FAIRFIELD AND THE
CHESTER/FAIRFIELD COUNTY LINES IN SOUTH CAROLINA...

THE WATEREE RIVER SYSTEM DOWNSTREAM OF GREAT FALLS
SOUTH CAROLINA...

AND THE PEE DEE RIVER BASIN IN CHESTERFIELD COUNTY IN
SOUTH CAROLINA.

            ...SUMMARY OF RECENT WEATHER EVENTS...

OVER THE LAST 14 DAYS ENDING MARCH 5 2015...THE HYDROLOGIC AREA
RECEIVED PRECIPITATION OF MAINLY 2 TO 4 INCHES. PLEASE SEE
WATER.WEATHER.GOV/PRECIP FOR MORE DETAILS.

            ...SOIL MOISTURE...

THE U.S. DROUGHT MONITOR VALID FEBRUARY 24 2015 SHOWED NO AREAS IN
DROUGHT BUT A PORTION OF THE CENTRAL SAVANNAH AREA WAS ABNORMALLY
DRY. PLEASE SEE DROUGHT.GOV FOR MORE DETAILS.

             ...RIVER AND STREAM FLOW...

THE 14-DAY AVERAGE STREAMFLOW PROVIDED BY THE USGS AS OF
MARCH 3 2015 INDICATED STREAMFLOWS WERE NEAR NORMAL TO BELOW
NORMAL ACROSS CENTRAL SOUTH CAROLINA AND THE CENTRAL SAVANNAH
RIVER AREA OF GEORGIA. PLEASE SEE WATERWATCH.USGS.GOV FOR MORE
DETAILS.

             ...RESERVOIR LEVELS...

MOST RESERVOIRS REMAIN NEAR THEIR TARGET POOLS FOR THIS TIME OF
YEAR.

LAKE THURMOND...
MAR  5 2015    328.9 FEET
FEB 19 2015    327.3 FEET
DIFFERENCE PLUS  1.6 FEET

LAKE GREENWOOD...
MAR  5 2015    436.6 FEET
FEB 19 2015    435.8 FEET
DIFFERENCE  PLUS 0.8 FEET

LAKE MURRAY...
MAR  5 2015    358.0 FEET
FEB 19 2015    358.0 FEET
DIFFERENCE      NO CHANGE

LAKE MARION...
MAR  5 2015     75.8 FEET
FEB 19 2015     75.5 FEET
DIFFERENCE  PLUS 0.3 FEET

LAKE WATEREE...
MAR  5 2015     98.0 FEET
FEB 19 2015     96.1 FEET
DIFFERENCE  PLUS 1.9 FEET

DATA FOR THIS SEGMENT WAS GATHERED FROM THE UNITED STATES
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY...THE UNITED STATES ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS...
SCE&G...SANTEE COOPER AND DUKE ENERGY.

       ...PRECIPITATION AND TEMPERATURE OUTLOOKS...

NEAR TERM...THROUGH MONDAY MARCH 9 PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS
0.25 TO 0.50 OF AN INCH ARE FORECAST. PLEASE SEE
THE GRIDDED FORECASTS FOR THE CHANCE OF RAIN OVER THE NEXT
7 DAYS AT WEATHER.GOV/CAE.

THE 6- TO 10-DAY OUTLOOK FOR THE PERIOD MARCH 10 TO MARCH
14 CALLS FOR ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND ABOVE NORMAL
PRECIPITATION TOTALS ACROSS THE AREA.

THE 8- TO 14-DAY TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK FOR THE PERIOD MARCH 12
TO MARCH 18 INDICATES ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND ABOVE NORMAL
PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS.

THE 30-DAY OUTLOOK FOR MARCH 2015 DISPLAYS EQUAL CHANCES OF BELOW
OR ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS.

THE 3-MONTH OUTLOOK FOR MARCH THROUGH MAY INDICATES NO SIGNALS
OF ABOVE OR BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS
THROUGH THE PERIOD. PLEASE SEE CPC.NCEP.NOAA.GOV FOR MORE DETAILS
ON TEMP/PRECIP OUTLOOKS.

                 ...SUMMARY...

THE SPRING FLOOD OUTLOOK CALLS FOR NEAR NORMAL POTENTIAL OF RIVER
FLOODING IN CENTRAL SOUTH CAROLINA AND EAST-CENTRAL GEORGIA.

CENTRAL SOUTH CAROLINA AND EAST-CENTRAL GEORGIA ARE CURRENTLY IN
THE RIVER FLOOD SEASON THAT BEGAN IN EARLY TO MID JANUARY.
HISTORICALLY...THE RIVER FLOOD SEASON ENDS IN LATE APRIL FOR
THE REGION. THEREFORE...THE EXPECTATION IS FOR THE NUMBER OF
RIVER FLOODS AND THE MAGNITUDE OF THOSE RIVER FLOODS TO BE
CLOSE TO TYPICAL THROUGH APRIL.

THE NEXT SCHEDULED WINTER/SPRING FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK IS MARCH
19 2015.

               ...QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS...

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS ABOUT THIS OUTLOOK PLEASE
CONTACT...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
2909 AVIATION WAY
WEST COLUMBIA SC 29170
PHONE: 803-822-8135
INTERNET ADDRESS CAEWX@NOAA.GOV

$$








000
FGUS72 KCAE 050832
ESFCAE
GAC033-073-181-189-245-SCC003-009-011-017-025-027-037-039-055-057-
061-063-065-071-075-079-081-085-190845-

WINTER/SPRING FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE COLUMBIA SC
332 AM EST THU MAR 5 2015

...WINTER/SPRING FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK...

THIS WINTER/SPRING FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK IS FOR RIVERS AND
TRIBUTARIES OF THE CENTRAL SAVANNAH RIVER BASIN IN EAST-CENTRAL
GEORGIA AND CENTRAL SOUTH CAROLINA INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING:

SAVANNAH RIVER BASIN DOWNSTREAM OF R. B. RUSSELL LAKE AND
UPSTREAM FROM BURTONS FERRY...

THE EDISTO RIVER BASIN UPSTREAM OF THE BAMBERG...ORANGEBURG
COUNTY LINE IN SOUTH CAROLINA...

THE SANTEE RIVER BASIN UPSTREAM OF THE CLARENDON/BERKELEY COUNTY
LINE AND DOWNSTREAM ON THE SALUDA AND BROAD RIVERS AT THE
GREENWOOD/SALUDA...LAURENS/NEWBERRY...UNION/FAIRFIELD AND THE
CHESTER/FAIRFIELD COUNTY LINES IN SOUTH CAROLINA...

THE WATEREE RIVER SYSTEM DOWNSTREAM OF GREAT FALLS
SOUTH CAROLINA...

AND THE PEE DEE RIVER BASIN IN CHESTERFIELD COUNTY IN
SOUTH CAROLINA.

            ...SUMMARY OF RECENT WEATHER EVENTS...

OVER THE LAST 14 DAYS ENDING MARCH 5 2015...THE HYDROLOGIC AREA
RECEIVED PRECIPITATION OF MAINLY 2 TO 4 INCHES. PLEASE SEE
WATER.WEATHER.GOV/PRECIP FOR MORE DETAILS.

            ...SOIL MOISTURE...

THE U.S. DROUGHT MONITOR VALID FEBRUARY 24 2015 SHOWED NO AREAS IN
DROUGHT BUT A PORTION OF THE CENTRAL SAVANNAH AREA WAS ABNORMALLY
DRY. PLEASE SEE DROUGHT.GOV FOR MORE DETAILS.

             ...RIVER AND STREAM FLOW...

THE 14-DAY AVERAGE STREAMFLOW PROVIDED BY THE USGS AS OF
MARCH 3 2015 INDICATED STREAMFLOWS WERE NEAR NORMAL TO BELOW
NORMAL ACROSS CENTRAL SOUTH CAROLINA AND THE CENTRAL SAVANNAH
RIVER AREA OF GEORGIA. PLEASE SEE WATERWATCH.USGS.GOV FOR MORE
DETAILS.

             ...RESERVOIR LEVELS...

MOST RESERVOIRS REMAIN NEAR THEIR TARGET POOLS FOR THIS TIME OF
YEAR.

LAKE THURMOND...
MAR  5 2015    328.9 FEET
FEB 19 2015    327.3 FEET
DIFFERENCE PLUS  1.6 FEET

LAKE GREENWOOD...
MAR  5 2015    436.6 FEET
FEB 19 2015    435.8 FEET
DIFFERENCE  PLUS 0.8 FEET

LAKE MURRAY...
MAR  5 2015    358.0 FEET
FEB 19 2015    358.0 FEET
DIFFERENCE      NO CHANGE

LAKE MARION...
MAR  5 2015     75.8 FEET
FEB 19 2015     75.5 FEET
DIFFERENCE  PLUS 0.3 FEET

LAKE WATEREE...
MAR  5 2015     98.0 FEET
FEB 19 2015     96.1 FEET
DIFFERENCE  PLUS 1.9 FEET

DATA FOR THIS SEGMENT WAS GATHERED FROM THE UNITED STATES
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY...THE UNITED STATES ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS...
SCE&G...SANTEE COOPER AND DUKE ENERGY.

       ...PRECIPITATION AND TEMPERATURE OUTLOOKS...

NEAR TERM...THROUGH MONDAY MARCH 9 PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS
0.25 TO 0.50 OF AN INCH ARE FORECAST. PLEASE SEE
THE GRIDDED FORECASTS FOR THE CHANCE OF RAIN OVER THE NEXT
7 DAYS AT WEATHER.GOV/CAE.

THE 6- TO 10-DAY OUTLOOK FOR THE PERIOD MARCH 10 TO MARCH
14 CALLS FOR ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND ABOVE NORMAL
PRECIPITATION TOTALS ACROSS THE AREA.

THE 8- TO 14-DAY TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK FOR THE PERIOD MARCH 12
TO MARCH 18 INDICATES ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND ABOVE NORMAL
PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS.

THE 30-DAY OUTLOOK FOR MARCH 2015 DISPLAYS EQUAL CHANCES OF BELOW
OR ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS.

THE 3-MONTH OUTLOOK FOR MARCH THROUGH MAY INDICATES NO SIGNALS
OF ABOVE OR BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS
THROUGH THE PERIOD. PLEASE SEE CPC.NCEP.NOAA.GOV FOR MORE DETAILS
ON TEMP/PRECIP OUTLOOKS.

                 ...SUMMARY...

THE SPRING FLOOD OUTLOOK CALLS FOR NEAR NORMAL POTENTIAL OF RIVER
FLOODING IN CENTRAL SOUTH CAROLINA AND EAST-CENTRAL GEORGIA.

CENTRAL SOUTH CAROLINA AND EAST-CENTRAL GEORGIA ARE CURRENTLY IN
THE RIVER FLOOD SEASON THAT BEGAN IN EARLY TO MID JANUARY.
HISTORICALLY...THE RIVER FLOOD SEASON ENDS IN LATE APRIL FOR
THE REGION. THEREFORE...THE EXPECTATION IS FOR THE NUMBER OF
RIVER FLOODS AND THE MAGNITUDE OF THOSE RIVER FLOODS TO BE
CLOSE TO TYPICAL THROUGH APRIL.

THE NEXT SCHEDULED WINTER/SPRING FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK IS MARCH
19 2015.

               ...QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS...

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS ABOUT THIS OUTLOOK PLEASE
CONTACT...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
2909 AVIATION WAY
WEST COLUMBIA SC 29170
PHONE: 803-822-8135
INTERNET ADDRESS CAEWX@NOAA.GOV

$$








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