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Stream Elevation Sensor 309
C106_310 Berry Bayou @ Nevada Avenue
Key Map 576 B
Sensor ID 309
Sensor Type USGS Bubbler
Installed 1/15/1999
Top of Bank (TOB) 29.00'
Bottom of Stream 15.03'
Tip of Orifice 15.16'
Measuring Plate 30.66'
External Link USGS
Benchmark 30.65'
RM 030248 stamped C106 BM11 located on the downstream sidewalk at stream centerline

The Stream Elevation  chart showing Stream Elevation Left series.
Cross Section
Stream Elevation for sensor 309 is 15.41'
Reading on 11/22/2017 6:22 PM
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Sensor
Reading Date
Elevation
30911/22/2017 6:22 PM15.41'
30911/22/2017 3:48 PM15.48'
30911/22/2017 2:58 PM15.58'
30911/22/2017 2:40 PM15.47'
30911/22/2017 2:22 PM15.26'
30911/22/2017 10:22 AM15.27'
30911/22/2017 8:46 AM15.34'
30911/22/2017 6:22 AM15.36'
30911/22/2017 2:22 AM15.40'
30911/21/2017 10:22 PM15.42'
30911/21/2017 6:22 PM15.42'
30911/21/2017 5:22 PM15.45'
30911/21/2017 4:30 PM15.55'
30911/21/2017 3:58 PM15.45'
30911/21/2017 2:22 PM15.40'
30911/21/2017 10:22 AM15.28'
30911/21/2017 8:36 AM15.34'
30911/21/2017 6:22 AM15.36'
30911/21/2017 2:22 AM15.39'
30911/20/2017 10:22 PM15.42'
Flood Frequency
Elevation
10% (10-year)27.40'
2% (50-year)29.80'
1% (100-year)30.90'
.2% (500-year)31.90'
Historical Storm
Date
Event
Elevation
6/16/2006 26.90'
8/16/2007Erin25.00'
9/13/2008 27.40'
4/18/2009 25.00'
8/27/2017Harvey31.40'
High water mark elevations are approximate.
The Flood Warning System interactive map and website are for general information and educational purposes only. Their purpose is to provide information collected at gage stations, which monitor rainfall and water levels of streams and bayous as well as other weather information in the Harris County region. Use and interpretation of this data and information is the responsibility of the user. Neither the Harris County Flood Control District nor Harris County represents the data as 100 percent accurate. You should follow directions provided by emergency management officials when making decisions during flooding or other weather-related events.