Raleigh Nature

September 8, 2008

Crabtree Creek Floods The Middle Creek Greenway

Filed under: Central Raleigh, Crabtree Creek, Greenways & Parks — Tags: , , — raleighnaturalist @ 12:44 am

     After Tropical Storm Hannah came through on Saturday, September 6, 2008, Crabtree Creek flooded the intersection of Hodges Road and Atlantic Avenue and also several sections of the Middle Creek portion of the Raleigh greenway.

 

above is the greenway underpass below Atlantic Ave.  Below is the same view 9/6/08.

This is the first time the greenway has flooded since October 2007 by my count.

creek levels post on Pecans & Mistletoe

photo album of Crabtree flooding after Hannah

 

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3 Comments »

  1. Hey John. Am enjoying a few pix and notes from Raleigh. I am in the Netherlands now for an extended period. It’s been quite a change, but I get to bike to work, 10 minutes! and it’s safe. I’m in a town called Arnhem, which actually has some serious hills due to glacial deposits long ago.

    cheers

    Michiel Doorn

    Comment by Michiel — September 19, 2008 @ 3:45 pm

  2. Nice blog! You must have worked really hard on it.

    Comment by Thomas Palczuk — December 11, 2008 @ 1:23 am

  3. […] have posted about flooding here before at Raleigh Nature, and maintain an ongoing post of comparison pictures at my nature projects blog, […]

    Pingback by Hodge Road Creek Levels – Crabtree Changes with the Weather « Raleigh Nature — November 15, 2009 @ 2:54 am


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