Dreamflows Daily Report - Mon, Mar 27, 2017
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Dreamflows created and maintained as a free service by Chris Shackleton, Sacramento, CA, U.S.A.

Easy California Rivers  MON SUN SAT 
Time 03/27/17 03/26/17 03/25/17 BBS Comments/Links
Trinity  At Douglas City   noon 1,400 1,350 1,600  2016  Water 45°F
So. Eel  At Leggett   noon 2,150 2,300 2,900  2016  Falling 41 cfs/hr
So. Eel  At Miranda   noon 4,500 4,900 6,750   Falling 29 cfs/hr
Eel  At Scotia   2pm 21,000 24,000 37,000  2009  Rising 52 cfs/hr
Mattole  Near Ettersburg   noon 1,250 1,400 1,950  2010  Water 50°F + Falling 12 cfs/hr
Navarro  Near Navarro   noon 1,300 1,600 2,500  2016  Falling 14 cfs/hr
Garcia  At Eureka Hill Road   noon 4.32ft 4.54ft 5.14ft  
So. Gualala  Near Sea Ranch   noon 1,000 1,000 1,650  
Russian  Near Healdsburg   noon 2,800 3,000 5,500  2009 
Russian  At Hacienda Bridge   noon 4,800 5,500 9,000   Water 54°F
Guadalupe  At San Jose   noon 440 340 400  
Sacramento  Below Keswick Dam   noon 10,000 10,000 10,500  
Sacramento  At Bend Bridge   noon 22,000 18,500 26,000  2011  Water 50°F
Sacramento  At Vina-Woodson Bridge   noon 27,000 26,000 38,000  
American  Below Lake Natoma   noon 10,500 5,000 5,000  Nov 19 
Stanislaus  At Orange Blossom Bridge   noon 1,350 1,350 1,350  Oct 31  Water 51°F
Tuolumne  Below La Grange Dam   noon 10,500 10,500 10,500   Water 49°F
San Joaquin  Below Friant Dam   noon 3,500 4,500 5,500   Water 49°F
San Joaquin  At Highway 41   noon 6,000 7,500 8,750   Water 49°F
San Joaquin  At Donny Bridge   n/a      Flow currently unavailable
San Joaquin  Below Skaggs Bridge   noon 5,750 6,750 7,750  
San Joaquin  At Gravelly Ford   noon 5,500 6,500 7,500   Water 52°F
San Joaquin  At Mendota   noon 3,900 3,900 3,900   Water 55°F
Kaweah  Below Terminus Dam   noon 2,600 2,600 2,600   Water 59°F
Los Angeles  Below Sepulveda Dam   noon 105 82 84  
Los Angeles  Above Rio Hondo   n/a     2015  Flow currently unavailable
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Easy Nevada Rivers  MON SUN SAT 
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Carson  Near Carson City   noon 1,400 1,450 1,550  2011 
Lower Colorado  Below Hoover Dam   noon 7,250 2,600 3,700  
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Easy Oregon Rivers  MON SUN SAT 
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Rogue  Near Agness   noon 20,000 20,500 24,500  Oct 27  Water 49°F + Wild and Scenic Permit
Umpqua  Near Elkton   noon 22,500 23,500 29,000   
Alsea  Near Tidewater   noon 5,000 4,900 6,000   
Deschutes  Below Wickiup Reservoir   noon 140 105 99  Water 42°F
Grande Ronde  Near Perry   noon 1,900 1,650 1,900  2011  
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Easy Utah Rivers  MON SUN SAT 
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Green  Near Greendale   noon 6,750 4,600 4,600  Water 40°F + Lodore Permit
Green  At Green River   noon 10,000 10,000 10,000  Desolation/Gray Permit + Labyrinth Canyon Permit + Stillwater Canyon Permit + Rising 16 cfs/hr
Dirty Devil  Near Hanksville   noon 105 120 130   
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Easy Arizona Rivers  MON SUN SAT 
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Lower Colorado  Below Hoover Dam   noon 7,250 2,600 3,700  
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Estimate Information

All flows marked "est" or "rough" are estimates - which means they may well be incorrect.  For this reason, don't undertake expensive or time-consuming trips based solely on the estimate (or if you do, accept the possibility of being skunked).  Always try to confirm the sanity of the estimate by means of rainfall, snowpack, similar flows in similar drainages, word of mouth, etc.

Note 1  Confidence information appearing in the Comments column of the report means Dreamflows calculated the flow using a statistically-derived model.  In that case, two things.  Firstly, that confidence information is theoretical - it's based on the available historical data, which may or may not cover the current water year type.  Secondly, a confidence of (say) 85% sounds wonderful, but don't forget that also means there's a 15% chance the actual flow will be outside the given range.  You can report the accuracy of an estimate by visiting the river-levels webpage.

Note 2  Reservoir calculations are based on storage change.  Though useful indicators of flow trends, they can at times be amazingly inaccurate, especially if the reservoir is large.  See the Dreamflows FAQ for details.

Note 3  When gauge height is available but river flow is not, where possible, Dreamflows converts gauge height to river flow using a rating table.  The rating table used is the most currently-available, but still usually out-of-date, so the reported flow will probably be inaccurate to some extent.  You can report the accuracy of an estimate by visiting the river-levels webpage.

Note 4  Good-faith projections by the operating utility are usually reliable, but even so the scheduled releases might not occur, or be different than projected.  Reasons for this include (but are not limited to) operational, health, safety and legal.

Note 5  Informal projections by the operating utility are usually fairly reliable, however they can (and sometimes do) change radically without notice.  It's good to take these predictions with a grain of salt.

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