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The daily maximum and minimum gage-height and discharge values after September 30, 2019 are no longer being displayed on NWISWeb for most stations in (South Carolina/North Carolina). However, these values can be determined using the instantaneous values that are available through the "Time-Series: Current/Historical Observations" option in the available data dropdown box for the station.


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USGS 02083500 TAR RIVER AT TARBORO, NC

PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION

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Tar River Basin Flood-Inundation Maps are available for this site.

Forecasts for gage height (stage) are available for this station through the National Weather Service's River Forecast Center.

This station managed by the South Atlantic WSC Raleigh Field Office.

Available Parameters Available Period
  
1985-10-01  2020-01-26
2007-10-01  2020-01-26







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Discharge, cubic feet per second

Most recent instantaneous value: 2180 01-26-2020   06:15 EST
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Daily discharge, cubic feet per second -- statistics for Jan 26 based on 92 water years of record more
Min
(1934)
25th
percen-
tile
Most Recent
Instantaneous
Value Jan 26
Median Mean 75th
percen-
tile
Max
(1954)
308 1450 2180 2730 3910 5260 22500


Gage height, feet

Most recent instantaneous value: 7.03 01-26-2020   06:15 EST
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