Montgomery unveils High Water Mark Sign signifying Alabama River's highest level
High Water Mark Sign marking Alabama River's highest recorded level unveiled in Montgomery
On Feb. 26, 1961, the Alabama River crested at 58 feet 1 inch after several days of heavy rainfall. The USGS, National Weather Service, City of Montgomery, andMontgomery Emergency Management Agency came together Friday, March 11 to unveil a commemorative marker showing the highest recorded level of the Alabama River in Montgomery.
See link to AL.com article on the unveiling, which includes a photo gallery and video of the High Water Mark here.