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      Susquehanna River at Conklin, NY (CKLN6)


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      Inundation Levels
      NAVD88 Stage

      867.9*27.4*
      Record Crest: 25.02 ft
      865.525.0
      864.524.0
      863.523.0
      862.522.0
      861.521.0

      Major Flooding Begins

      860.520.0
      859.519.0
      858.518.0
      857.517.0
      856.516.0

      Moderate Flooding Begins

      855.515.0
      854.514.0
      853.513.0

      Minor Flooding Begins

      852.512.0
      851.511.0

      Near Flooding Begins

      850.510.0
      849.59.0
      848.58.0

      Below Flooding Begins

      * = Extended rating
      Weather Forecast Office Binghamton, NY Middle Atlantic River Forecast Center
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      Current Stage:
      8.4 ft at 12/11/2019 05:00:00 UTC
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      Flood Categories (in feet)
      Major Flood Stage: 20
      Moderate Flood Stage: 15
      Flood Stage: 12
      Action Stage: 10
      Low Stage (in feet): -9999

      Historic Crests
      (1) 25.02 ft on 06/28/2006
      (2) 23.94 ft on 09/08/2011
      (3) 20.83 ft on 03/22/1948
      (4) 20.14 ft on 03/18/1936
      (5) 19.13 ft on 04/01/1940
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      (P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

      Recent Crests
      (1) 15.84 ft on 08/15/2018
      (2) 16.15 ft on 08/14/2018
      (3) 15.11 ft on 04/07/2017
      (4) 12.10 ft on 04/02/2017
      (5) 12.82 ft on 02/26/2017
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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.

      Site-specific information:
      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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      25.02 June 2006 catastrophic flooding. Towns of Conklin and Kirkwood were inudated between Route 11 and Route 7 from the City of Binghamton line to the Pennsylvania state line. Hundreds of homes and businesses destroyed or severely damaged. Five feet of water covered Route 7.
      23.94 September 2011 flood stage. Widespread and devastating flooding. Areas between Kirkwood Avenue and Conklin Road from the Binghamton city line to the Pennsyvania state line are severely impacted by deep floodwaters.
      20 Major flood stage. Severe flooding of roads, residential and business areas in Conklin, Conklin Center and Kirkwood. Several sections of Route 7 are flooded from the Industrial Parkway to the Binghamton city line.
      19 Flooding develops away from the river between Route 7 and the railroad tracks, threatening properties on Cherry Drive, Melody Lane and Roxbury Street in Conklin. Intersection of Route 7 and Shaw Road flooded.
      18 Extensive basement and first floor flooding develops on Woodcrest Way, especially north of Munson Avenue. Flooding also threatens homes along Route 7 in Conklin Center.
      17 Numerous properties and basements flooded on Woodcrest Way near the river. Water covers Cuddeback Drive and Schnurbusch Park.
      15 Moderate flood stage. Lawrence, River and Alta Roads under water. Valley park near Five Mile Point floods. Schnurbusch Park flooded.
      14 Water begins to affect properties closest to the river from Corbettsville to Five Mile Point. Some water begins to back up into Schnurbusch Park.
      12 Flood stage. Alta, River and Lawrence Roads closed in the Town of Conklin due to minor flooding. No homes are flooded at this river stage. Valley park in Kirkwood takes on water.
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      (2) view of gagehouse
      (3) looking downstream
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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.