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Water-Year Summary for Site USGS 02455000

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00060 Discharge(Mean)  
00065 Gage height(Mean)  

Water year 2020: 2019-10-01 to 2020-09-30
 

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USGS Water-Year Summary 2020
02455000 LOCUST FORK NEAR CLEVELAND, AL
LOCATION - Lat 34°01'28", long 86°34'27" referenced to North American Datum of 1927, Blount County, AL, Hydrologic Unit 03160111, on left bank 200 ft upstream from bridge on U.S. Highway 231, 2.5 mi downstream from Graves Creek, 3 mi north of Cleveland, and at mile 98.6.
DRAINAGE AREA - 303 mi².
REVISIONS HISTORY - WSP 1112: 1943(M). WSP 1304: 1939(M), 1941(M). WDR AL-79-2: Drainage area. WDR AL-01-1: 2000.
SURFACE-WATER RECORDS
PERIOD OF RECORD - December 1936 to September 1986, October 1986 to September 1992 (flood hydrograph), October 1992 to current year.
GAGE - Water-stage recorder. Datum of gage is 536.94 ft above NGVD of 1929 (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers benchmark). Prior to Apr. 19, 1940, nonrecording gage at present site and datum. Apr. 20, 1940 to Apr. 11, 1945, nonrecording gage and April 12, 1945 to Sept. 30, 1972, water-stage recorder at site 200 ft downstream at same datum.
REMARKS - Record considered good
EXTREMES FOR PERIOD OF RECORD - Maximum observed Dec. 28, 1942; gage height of 19.2 ft. Minimum discharge 2.3 ft³/s, September 1954.