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WGUS82 KTAE 241637
FLSTAE
FLOOD STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TALLAHASSEE FL
1237 PM EDT THU APR 24 2014

...THE FLOOD WARNING IS CANCELLED FOR THE FOLLOWING RIVERS IN
GEORGIA...

  WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER ABOVE VALDOSTA (SKIPPER BRIDGE RD) AFFECTING
  BROOKS AND LOWNDES COUNTIES

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

ALL PERSONS WITH INTEREST ALONG THE RIVER SHOULD MONITOR THE LATEST
FORECASTS...AND BE PREPARED TO TAKE NECESSARY PRECAUTIONS TO PROTECT
LIFE AND PROPERTY. DO NOT DRIVE CARS THROUGH FLOODED AREAS. IF YOU
SEE FLOOD WATERS...REMEMBER TO TURN AROUND AND DO NOT DROWN.

FOR GRAPHICAL HYDROLOGIC INFORMATION...PLEASE GO TO WEATHER.GOV AND
CLICK ON YOUR STATE. SELECT RIVERS AND LAKES AHPS UNDER CURRENT
CONDITIONS AND CLICK ON YOUR RIVER POINT.

&&

GAC027-185-241707-
/O.CAN.KTAE.FL.W.0051.000000T0000Z-140425T0600Z/
/VDSG1.1.ER.140419T0648Z.140421T1500Z.140424T1400Z.NO/
1237 PM EDT THU APR 24 2014

THE FLOOD WARNING IS CANCELLED FOR
  THE WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER ABOVE VALDOSTA (SKIPPER BRIDGE RD).
* AT 11:30 AM THURSDAY THE STAGE WAS 14.9 FEET.
* FELL BELOW FLOOD STAGE AT 10:00 AM THURSDAY.
* FLOOD STAGE IS 15.0 FEET.
* FORECAST...THE RIVER WILL CONTINUE TO FALL TO 13.9 FEET BY TOMORROW
  MORNING.



&&

LAT...LON 3103 8330 3084 8346 3079 8335 3100 8319


$$





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