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NameLocationDateFlow
CFS
Height
Feet
Temp
F
Drainage
NameLocationDateFlow
CFS
Height
Feet
Temp
F
Drainage
Bear RiverEvanston10/20 17:00510.86  
Bear Riverblw Reservoir, Near Woodruff10/20 16:45202.53  
Bear Riverblw Pixley Dam, Near Cokeville10/09 13:15561.74  
Bear Riverblw Smiths Fork, Nr Cokeville10/20 16:301932.78  
Boiling RiverMammoth10/20 16:15221.05129 
Buffalo ForkMoran10/20 16:302351.02  
Firehole RiverOld Faithful10/20 17:00612.5642.4 
Firehole Rivernr West Yellowstone Mt10/20 16:002803.1454.5 
Gibbon RiverMadison Jct10/20 16:00994.64  
Greys RiverAlpine10/20 16:303251.48  
Gros Ventre RiverZenith10/20 16:1511818.04  
Lamar Rivernr Tower Ranger Station Ynp10/20 16:152451.6335.8 
Pacific CreekMoran10/20 16:30554.24  
Salt RiverEtna10/20 16:306702.21  
Smiths Forknr Border10/20 16:30921.15  
Snake RiverMoose10/20 17:0013709.1347.3 
SnakeFlagg Ranch10/20 16:303452.61 Columbia
SnakeMoran10/20 16:452772.34 Columbia
SnakeJackson10/20 16:3015801.54 Columbia
SnakeAlpine10/20 16:3020203.27 Columbia
Tantalus CreekNorris Junction10/20 16:3041.5366.2 

Generated Sunday, October, 20 2019 at 17:10

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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.