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NameLocationDateFlow
CFS
Height
Feet
Temp
F
Drainage
NameLocationDateFlow
CFS
Height
Feet
Temp
F
Drainage
Bear RiverEvanston11/19 12:00500.97  
Bear Riverblw Reservoir, Near Woodruff11/19 11:45142.41  
Bear Riverblw Pixley Dam, Near Cokeville10/02 12:301202.39  
Bear Riverblw Smiths Fork, Nr Cokeville11/19 12:302262.86  
Boiling RiverMammoth11/19 12:15201.04128.1 
Buffalo ForkMoran11/19 12:302211.48  
Firehole RiverOld Faithful11/19 12:00582.5438.8 
Firehole Rivernr West Yellowstone Mt11/19 12:002993.2749.6 
Gibbon RiverMadison Jct11/19 12:001054.59  
Greys RiverAlpine11/19 12:303161.45  
Gros Ventre RiverZenith10/25 16:1514917.14  
Lamar Rivernr Tower Ranger Station Ynp11/19 12:153201.532.2 
Pacific CreekMoran11/19 12:30704.73  
Salt RiverEtna11/19 12:307532.35  
Smiths Forknr Border11/19 12:301021.16  
Snake RiverMoose11/19 12:0013109.0647.8 
SnakeFlagg Ranch11/19 12:305212.93 Columbia
SnakeMoran11/19 11:455552.95 Columbia
SnakeJackson11/19 12:3020201.87 Columbia
SnakeAlpine11/19 12:3024503.53 Columbia
Tantalus CreekNorris Junction11/19 12:3041.5668.5 

Generated Sunday, November, 19 2017 at 12:11

↑↓Changing between 0.5% and 1.5% per hour
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↑↓Changing between 7.5% and 8.5% per hour
↑↓Changing between 8.5% and 9.5% per hour
↑↓Changing between 9.5% and 10.5% per hour
↑↓Changing more than 10.5% per hour

CFS stands for cubic feet per second. This is an estimate of the volume of water flowing past the gauge. 100 CFS is equivalent to 45,000 gallons per minute. A lot of water!

Feet is the height of the water above a reference point at the gauge. There is no uniform standard for the reference point between gauges. A gauge's height should only be thought of in terms of that gauge, no others.

F is the temperature in degrees Fahrenheit.

Willamette Kayak and Canoe Club Home, for other states, or for additional information please visit my kayaking page.