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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- Flow Data Format:
- RiverName - GaugeLocation WeatherIcon BBS
- Time; 6/2 Flow; 6/1 Flow; 5/31 Flow; Comments
CF Yellowstone - Near Belfry
noon; 11,000 cfs; 12,500 cfs; 11,000 cfs
Yellowstone - Below Yellowstone Lake
noon; 3,900 cfs; 3,600 cfs; 3,200 cfs
Mi. Powder - Near Barnum
noon; 74 cfs; 83 cfs; 91 cfs
North Platte - Near Northgate
noon; 1,900 cfs; 1,650 cfs; 1,350 cfs
Encampment - Near Encampment
noon; 2,250 cfs; 2,200 cfs; 2,050 cfs
Gros Ventre - At Kelly
noon; 3,600 cfs; 3,800 cfs; 3,300 cfs
Snake - Near Alpine
noon; 23,500 cfs; 22,500 cfs; 19,500 cfs
Fall River - Near Squirrel
noon; 2,800 cfs; 3,000 cfs; 2,700 cfs
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