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Angler Guide's River & Stream Flows for Smith River Crescent City CA -
River & Stream Stages, Flows for Smith River, at Crescent City CA
Observation history unavailable for thie location.
Extensive and severe flooding of all areas near the river will occur. Significant damage to roads...bridges and other structures near the river is likely. All lower lying areas in and around the river will be flooded. All persons in the area should be prepared to take appropriate action to protect life and property.
Severe damage could be inflicted upon roads...bridges and other structures. All lower areas in and around the river are likely to be flooded. Persons in these areas should be prepared to take appropriate actions to protect life and property.
Extensive is flooding possible along HWY 197 and along HWY 199 in the Gasquet area. Homes and campgrounds in these areas could be threatened...including portions of Jedediah Smith State Park.
Considerable flooding along HWY 197 and HWY 199 in the Gasquet area will occur. Low lying homes in these areas are likely to be threatened.
Expect significant flooding along HWY 197 and along HWY 199 in the Gasquet area. Some low lying homes in these areas may be threatened.
Significant flooding is expected along HWY 197 and in the Gasquet area, with possible flooding of Hwy 199 near Gasquet. Some low lying homes in these areas may be threatened.
Flooding along HWY 197 and of low lying roads near Gasquet is expected.
Flooding is anticipated along lower portions of HWY 197 with possible flooding of roads near Gasquet.
Expect minor flooding along HWY 197 and other low lying areas near the river.
Minor flooding of the lowest lying areas near the river may occur.
NOTE: historic crest stages listed for dates prior to 10/01/91 are adjusted to the current site and datum using historic peak flow and the current rating table.
Low Water Records
1) 38.40 ft on 12/22/1964
2) 35.60 ft on 01/22/1972
3) 35.00 ft on 03/02/1972
4) 34.30 ft on 12/22/1955
5) 33.00 ft on 10/29/1950
6) 32.30 ft on 01/06/1966
7) 31.90 ft on 11/23/1953
8) 31.70 ft on 01/18/1953
9) 30.80 ft on 03/18/1975
10) 30.70 ft on 01/16/1971