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The Santa Fe River at Fort White, Three Rivers Estates and Hildreth (US 129 Bridge) are likely to remain above flood stage until at least early next week, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).
The Suwannee River at White Springs and Suwannee Springs have crested and are expected to fall below flood stage by the weekend or early next week.
At Ellaville and Dowling Park, the Suwannee is cresting below flood stage. At Branford the river crested below flood stage on July 4.
The Suwannee River at Manatee Springs is expected to crest below flood stage on July 5. At Fowlers Bluff, the river is expected to crest above 5 feet on July 6.
The following Suwannee River Water Management District lands remain closed at least through the weekend due to flooding issues:
Hamilton County tracts – Roline, Cypress Creek South, Hunter Creek, Belmont, Big Shoals, White Springs, Swift Creek, Jerry Branch, Camp Branch, Holton Creek
Columbia County tracts – Bay Creek, Little Shoals, Big Pine
Suwannee County tracts – Blue Sink, Rocky Creek, Woods Ferry, Mattair Springs, Suwannee Springs and Fox Trail
SANTA FE RIVER
Gilchrist County tract – 47 Bridge
Taylor County tract – Steinhatchee Falls
Up-to-date river levels, crest predictions and other flood-related information are available on the district's flooding information page here Flooding Information & Updates...