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USGS 03213700 TUG FORK AT WILLIAMSON, WV

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LOCATION.--Lat 37°40'23", long 82°16'49", 
      referenced to North American Datum of 1927, Pike County, KY, Hydrologic Unit 05070201, 
      on left bank at Williamson, 100 ft upstream from bridge on County Route 52/31, 0.8 mi downstream from Pond Creek, 
      and at mile 56.5.
DRAINAGE AREA.--936 mi2.
PERIOD OF RECORD.--October 1967 to current year (daily discharge and peaks). 
      Gage-height records collected in this vicinity since 1926 are contained in 
      reports of National Weather Service.
GAGE.--Water-stage recorder with satellite telemeter. Datum of gage is 619.68 ft above 
      NAVD 88 (620.45 ft above NGVD 29, corrected).
EXTREMES OUTSIDE PERIOD OF RECORD.--Floods of Jan. 30, 1957, Mar. 12, 
        1963, and Mar. 7, 1967, reached stages of 43.6 ft, 44.5 ft, and 
        40.7 ft respectively, from readings by National Weather Service.

This gaging station is maintained in cooperation with:
        State of West Virginia
        U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Huntington District

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This station managed by the Charleston Field Office.

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00060 Discharge(Mean) 1967-10-01  2014-10-24

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