Dreamflows Daily Report - Tue, Jun 27, 2017
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Colorado Rivers  TUE MON SUN 
Time 06/27/17 06/26/17 06/25/17 BBS Comments/Links
ColoradoNear Kremmlingnoon 2,100 2,500 3,100  Water 56°F
ColoradoNear Dotseronoon 4,800 5,500 6,250   
ColoradoNear CO-UT State Linenoon 12,000 13,000 14,500  Ruby/Horsethief Permit + Westwater Permit + Water 66°F
GreenNear Greendalenoon 8,500 8,500 8,500  Water 52°F + Lodore Permit
YampaAt Steamboat Springsnoon 460 470 490   
YampaNear Maybellnoon 2,200 2,450 2,800  Water 66°F
YampaAt Deerlodge Parknoon 2,600 3,100 3,700  Water 69°F + Yampa Canyon Permit
GreenNear Jensennoon 11,500 12,000 13,000  Water 61°F
EagleAt Red Cliffnoon 110 120 125   
EagleNear Minturnnoon 625 650 700   
EagleBelow Gypsumnoon 1,750 1,900 2,050   
Castle CreekAt Aspenn/a     Flow currently unavailable
Roaring ForkBelow Maroon Creekn/a     Flow currently unavailable
FryingpanNear Thomasvillenoon 230 220 205   
Roaring ForkAt Glenwood Springsnoon 3,600 3,800 4,000  Water 51°F
CrystalAbove Avalanche Creeknoon 1,100 1,150 1,200   
GunnisonBelow Gunnison Tunnelnoon 1,150 1,150 1,150   
DoloresBelow McPhee Reservoirnoon 155 195 340   
DoloresAt Bedrockn/a     Flow currently unavailable
San MiguelNear Placervillenoon 725 800 850   
San JuanAt Pagosa Springsnoon 460 550 625   
AnimasAt Silvertonnoon 430 420 440  Water 48°F
AnimasAt Durangonoon 1,950 2,050 2,250  Water 55°F
North PlatteNear Northgatenoon 1,000 1,100 1,300   
South PlatteNear Lake Georgenoon 200 205 205   
No. South PlatteAt Grantnoon 600 625 600   
Clear CreekAt Goldennoon 800 850 900   
No. Saint Vrain CrAbove Buttonrock Resn/a     Site currently not operational
Boulder CreekNear Orodellnoon 340 360 410   
South Boulder CrAbove Gross Reservoirnoon 280 350 370   
South Boulder CrBelow Gross Reservoirnoon 340 310 310   
Cache La PoudreAt Canyon Mouthnoon 1,400 1,450 1,400   
Lake CreekAbove Twin Lakes Resnoon 500 525 550   
Clear CreekAbove Clear Creek Resnoon 290 320 340   
ArkansasBelow Granitenoon 2,250 2,450 2,500   
ArkansasNear Nathropnoon 2,600 2,800 2,900   
ArkansasAt Parkdalenoon 3,000 3,300 3,400   
Rio GrandeNear Lobatosnoon 650 575 600  Water 66°F
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Utah Rivers  TUE MON SUN 
Time 06/27/17 06/26/17 06/25/17 BBS Comments/Links
GreenNear Greendalenoon 8,500 8,500 8,500  Water 52°F + Lodore Permit
YampaAt Deerlodge Parknoon 2,600 3,100 3,700  Water 69°F + Yampa Canyon Permit
GreenNear Jensennoon 11,500 12,000 13,000  Water 61°F
GreenAt Ouraynoon 11,000 11,500 11,500   
GreenAt Green Rivernoon 13,500 13,500 13,000  Desolation/Gray Permit + Labyrinth Canyon Permit + Stillwater Canyon Permit + Rising 15 cfs/hr
GreenAt Mineral Bottomnoon 14,000 13,500 13,000   
San RafaelNear Green Rivernoon 32 54 92  Water 73°F
ColoradoNear CO-UT State Linenoon 12,000 13,000 14,500  Ruby/Horsethief Permit + Westwater Permit + Water 66°F
ColoradoNear Cisconoon 12,500 13,500 15,000  Water 67°F
ColoradoAt Potashnoon 13,000 14,500 15,500   
ColoradoIn Cataract Canyonnoon 28,000 28,000 30,000  2011 Rising 19 cfs/hr + Cataract Canyon Permit
FremontNear Cainevillen/a     Site currently not operational
Dirty DevilNear Hanksvillenoon 28 32 35   
EscalanteNear Escalantenoon 1 1 1   
San JuanAt Mexican Hatnoon 5,250 5,500 6,000  Water 64°F + Upper/Lower Permit
No. VirginNear Springdalenoon 50 52 51   
WeberAt Gatewaynoon 430 430 500   
OgdenBelow Pineview Resnoon 89 120 68   
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Arizona Rivers  TUE MON SUN 
Time 06/27/17 06/26/17 06/25/17 BBS Comments/Links
ColoradoNear Lees Ferrynoon 12,000 12,500 9,500  Water 52°F + Grand Canyon Permit
ColoradoAbove Diamond Creeknoon 10,500 13,000 15,000   
Lower ColoradoBelow Hoover Damnoon 17,000 19,500 18,500  
SaltAt Salt River Canyonnoon 1.58ft 1.57ft 1.59ft  2013 Upper Salt Permit
SaltAbove Roosevelt Lakenoon 80 80 80   
VerdeNear Camp Verdenoon 40 37 35   
VerdeAbove Horseshoe Reservoirnoon 53 53 53   
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New Mexico Rivers  TUE MON SUN 
Time 06/27/17 06/26/17 06/25/17 BBS Comments/Links
Rio GrandeNear Lobatosnoon 650 575 600  Water 66°F
Rio GrandeNear Cerronoon 575 550 650   
Rio GrandeBelow Taos Junction Brnoon 900 950 1,100   
Embudo CreekNear Dixonnoon 87 85 105   
Rio ChamaAbove Chamanoon 330 360 370   
Rio BrazosAt Fishtail Roadn/a     Flow currently unavailable (equipment failure)
Rio ChamaNear La Puentenoon 340 350 380   
Rio ChamaBelow El Vado Damnoon 300 290 280  Chama Canyon Permit
Rio ChamaAbove Abiquiu Reservoirnoon 330 320 600   
GilaNear Gilanoon 37 42 30  Jan 28  
GilaNear Redrocknoon 61 32 39   
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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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