Flaming Gorge Water Database




Flaming Gorge
Flaming Gorge

The earliest data is from Sunday, December 1st, 1968
The most recent data is from Thursday, November 15th, 2018

Days where inflow into Flaming Gorge was 1400 cfs

DATE MEASURED ELEVATION CONTENT INFLOW OUTFLOW HIGH TEMP LOW TEMP WATER TEMP
Mon, Apr 09, 2018
6025.53
3179824
1400
1714
59.0
32.0
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Sun, Aug 17, 2014
6028.49
3291118
1400
1996
92.0
56.0
--
Wed, Aug 13, 2014
6028.63
3296453
1400
1995
79.0
60.0
--
Sun, Jan 17, 2010
6026.81
3227599
1400
1765
24.1
9.0
--
Wed, Jan 13, 2010
6026.93
3232105
1400
1766
17.1
0.0
--
Tue, Dec 22, 2009
6027.73
3262268
1400
1768
16.0
1.9
--
Fri, Nov 27, 2009
6028.77
3301795
1400
1754
44.1
16.0
--
Fri, Sep 04, 2009
6032.37
3441401
1400
2026
88.0
52.0
--
Sun, Aug 16, 2009
6032.99
3465892
1400
2019
77.0
43.0
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Fri, Aug 17, 2007
6023.13
3091692
1400
824
84.9
63.0
--
Sat, Aug 26, 2006
6024.34
3135885
1400
824
72.0
48.9
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Thu, Oct 28, 1999
6030.61
3372593
1400
2120
n/a
n/a
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Sun, Feb 10, 1991
6021.87
3043324
1400
1550
n/a
n/a
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Measurements are taken at 11:59 pm of the date listed
Temperature data is from Wahweap, AZ
Water temperature data is from wayneswords.com*
CHANGE represents water elevation change from previous day

Units used in each measurement:
Elevation - Feet above sea level
Change - Feet difference over previous measurement
Content - Acre Feet
Inflow - Acre Feet per day
Outflow - Acre Feet per day
All Temps - Degrees Farhenheit
The Water Year runs from October 1 to September 30 of the next year
Acre Feet = * Flow CFS
TP = Total Precipitation



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Water data courtesy of US Bureau of Reclamation
*Air temp data is sourced from (Prev 24 Hr Extremes):    Vernal, UT Weather
Weather forecast for Dutch John, UT
All data is provisional and subject to review and modification
USBR Source Data


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