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      Susquehanna River at Binghamton, NY (BNGN6)


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      Inundation Levels
      NAVD88 Stage

      850.0*29.0*
      Record Crest: 25.73 ft
      845.924.9
      844.923.9
      843.922.9
      842.921.9
      841.920.9
      840.919.9
      839.918.9

      Major Flooding Begins

      838.917.9
      837.916.9
      836.915.9
      836.115.1

      Moderate Flooding Begins

      835.114.1

      Minor Flooding Begins

      834.113.1

      Near Flooding Begins

      833.012.0

      Below Flooding Begins

      * = Extended rating
      Weather Forecast Office Binghamton, NY Middle Atlantic River Forecast Center
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      Current Stage:
      7.7 ft at 12/11/2019 04:45:00 UTC
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      Flood Categories (in feet)
      Major Flood Stage: 18
      Moderate Flood Stage: 15
      Flood Stage: 14
      Action Stage: 12
      Low Stage (in feet): -9999

      Historic Crests
      (1) 25.73 ft on 09/08/2011
      (2) 25.00 ft on 06/28/2006
      (3) 23.50 ft on 03/17/1865
      (4) 22.90 ft on 03/18/1936
      (5) 21.00 ft on 03/18/1846
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      (P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

      Recent Crests
      (1) 25.73 ft on 09/08/2011
      (2) 14.39 ft on 03/11/2011
      (3) 25.00 ft on 06/28/2006
      (4) 18.35 ft on 01/21/1996
      (5) 18.70 ft on 03/06/1964
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      (P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

      Low Water Records
      Currently none available.

      Graphical representation of flood inundation for NWS flood categories are based on steady state hydraulic modeling of water surface elevations for incremented discharges. Map shows approximate inundation areas for given water surface elevations and should not be used for navigation or permitting or other legal purposes, but strictly as a planning reference tool.

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      A report discussing the technical aspects of these maps can be found here. These maps represent unobstructed flow conditions and may be unrepresentative when ice jams and/or debris are in place.

      Extended rating:
      Rating Curve Extension - The Rating Curve Extension is calculated by using either a linear, logarithmic, or hydraulic technique to extend the rating curve above the currently established relationship between stage and flow.

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      25.73 Flood of record. Flood walls overtop in several areas. Flood devastation in downtown Binghamton extends as far south as Vestal Avenue and as far north as Hawley Street on the East Side, and Riverside Drive on the West Side. Flood of September 2011.
      25.6 Maximum height of flood protection walls in downtown Binghamton.
      25.2 Portions of downtown Binghamton flood including Water Street, Washington Street, Susquehanna Street and Vestal Parkway. Extensive flooding occurs south of Riverside Drive in Binghamton. Upper Court Street has significant flooding on the East Side. Flood of June 2006.
      23.7 Water reaches the deck of the Washington Street bridge.
      22 Portions of Court Street east of the Tompkins Street bridge in Binghamton begin to flood. Evacuation behind the flood protection zones occurred in the past.
      20.1 Severe flooding of areas outside the levee protection on Front Street, Court Street and Route 7 from Binghamton to Conklin. Flood crest of April 2005.
      19 Major basement to first floor flooding occurs along Front Street, south of the Court Street bridge, and in neighborhoods south of Riverside Drive in Binghamton.
      18 Major Flood Stage. Widespread flooding occurs in the Town of Conklin from Terrace Drive to the City of Binghamton line. Portions of Route 7 are closed. Lourdes Hospital parking lot floods.
      17 Flood waters cross Route 7 in Conklin near the Binghamton city line. Water also spreads into homes near Baltimore Avenue in Binghamton.
      16 Significant flooding affects homes and businesses in the Julius Rogers Park area of Conklin, and along Route 7 in Conklin, and Court Street in Kirkwood.
      15 Moderate Flood Stage. Flooding increases and approaches residences and businesses along Route 7 in Conklin.
      14 Flood Stage. Flooding begins along the flood plain outside of the levee protection area. Sandy Beach Park floods. The City of Binghamton is protected by flood walls to 25.6 feet.
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      Graphical representation of flood inundation for NWS flood categories are based on steady state hydraulic modeling of water surface elevations for incremented discharges. Map shows approximate inundation areas for given water surface elevations and should not be used for navigation or permitting or other legal purposes, but strictly as a planning reference tool.
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