Shark River Slough had been dropping down steadily all winter long – despite the El Niño – a trend I was surprised to see …
Until a wet March moved it back on the rise.
Those would be the S12-D (the only of the S-12 structure still open) and the L-29 Culverts (where they are building the one mile bridge), the former flowing at around 300 cfs and the latter at twice that (around 600).
Placing it almost a foot higher than early April of last year.
Which last were flooded in Fall 2008.