Dreamflows Daily Report
Fri, May 17, 2024
All States


This flow information reflects conditions only at the time measurements were taken.  Flows marked "est" or "rough" are estimates based on other flow values, and may therefore be wildly inaccurate (see Estimate Information).  In addition, release changes, rainfall or snowmelt can cause dramatic changes to all flows.  Therefore, actual flows may differ significantly from the ones listed here.

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Arizona Rivers
California North Coast
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California Sacramento Valley
California West Sierra - Northern
California West Sierra - Southern
California East Sierra
Colorado Rivers
Idaho Rivers
Montana Rivers
Nevada Rivers
New Mexico Rivers
Oregon Coastal Rivers
Oregon Central Rivers
Oregon Eastern Rivers
Utah Rivers
Washington Rivers
Wyoming Rivers
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Dreamflows created and maintained as a free service by Chris Shackleton, Sacramento, CA, U.S.A.
Flow Data Format:
RiverName - GaugeLocation WeatherIcon BBS
Time; 5/17 Flow; 5/16 Flow; 5/15 Flow; Comments

New Mexico Rivers

Rio Grande - Near Lobatos   
noon; 460 cfs; 410 cfs; 400 cfs; Water 58°F

Rio Grande - Near Cerro   
noon; 450 cfs; 450 cfs; 490 cfs

Rio Grande - Below Taos Junction Br   
noon; 775 cfs; 725 cfs; 850 cfs

Embudo Creek - Near Dixon   
noon; 200 cfs; 215 cfs; 180 cfs

Rio Chama - Above Chama   
noon; 260 cfs; 250 cfs; 240 cfs

Rio Brazos - At Fishtail Road   
noon; 575 cfs; 625 cfs; 600 cfs

Rio Chama - Near La Puente   
noon; 1,100 cfs; 1,150 cfs; 1,100 cfs

Rio Chama - Below El Vado Dam   
noon; 1,050 cfs; 1,000 cfs; 1,000 cfs

Rio Chama - Above Abiquiu Reservoir   
noon; 1,100 cfs; 1,100 cfs; 1,100 cfs

Gila - Near Gila     2017
noon; 80 cfs; 105 cfs; 110 cfs

Gila - Near Redrock   
noon; 89 cfs; 96 cfs; 120 cfs

San Francisco - At Clifton   
noon; 76 cfs; 78 cfs; 88 cfs

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