Hydrographs: Amite, Comite, Tickfaw, Tangipahoa River Flood Records

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Tangipahoa River at Robert

The Tangipahoa River in Robert, Louisiana, crested at 27.3 feet on August 14, 2016 beating the previous record of 27.1 feet set on March 14, 1921.

Tickfaw River at Liverpool

The Tickfaw River and Liverpool, Louisiana crested at 13.8 feet on August 12, 2016 beating the previous record of 13.3 feet set on April 6, 1983.

Tickfaw River at Montpelier

The Tickfaw River at Montpelier set a new record on August 12, 2016 of 25.8 feet, beating the previous record of 22.3 set on May 23, 1974 by 3.5 feet.

Tickfaw River at Holden

The Tickfaw River at Holden, Louisiana set a new record of 22.2 feet on August 13, 2016 beating the previous record of 21.0 feet set during on April 7, 1983.

Comite River near Olive Branch

The Comite River near Olive Branch set a new record on August 13, 2016 cresting at 27 feet, beating its previous record set March 18, 1961 of 23.4 feet.

Comite River near Comite Joor Rd.

The Comite River near Comite, Louisiana set a new record August 14, 2016 of 34.2 feet, beating the previous record set June 9, 2001 of 31.0 feet.

Amite River at Magnolia

The Amite River at Magnolia set a new crest record of 58.6 feet on August 13, 2016 beating its previous record of 51.9 feet set on April 23, 1977 by 6.7 feet.

Amite River at Denham Springs

The Amite River near Denham Springs, Louisiana set a new record cresting at 46.2 feet on August 14, 2016 beating the previous record of 41.5 feet set April 8, 1983.

Amite River Basin at Bayou Manchac near Little Prairie

The Amite River at Bayou Manchac near Little Prairie topped its previous record on August 14, 2016 of 17.2 feet set on June 10, 2001.

Amite River at Port Vincent

The Amite River at Port Vincent, Louisiana set a new record on August 14, 2016 of 17.5 feet beating the previous record set on April 9, 1983 of 14.7 feet by 2.8 feet.