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SRUS46 KMFR 090015
RVAMFR


HYDROLOGIC STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MEDFORD OR
415 PM PST MON FEB 8 2016

Elk Creek   - near Trail
   Most recent reading: 4.80 FT /     452 CFS  AT  03:30 PM.

Rogue River - at Eagle Point
   Most recent reading: 3.67 FT /    2689 CFS  AT  03:15 PM.

Bear Creek - at Medford
   Most recent reading: 3.31 FT /     173 CFS  AT  03:15 PM.

Rogue River - below Gold Ray
   Most recent reading: 2.73 FT /    3484 CFS  AT  03:45 PM.

Rogue River - at Grants Pass
   Most recent reading: 3.49 FT /    3940 CFS  AT  03:15 PM.

Applegate River - near Applegate
   Most recent reading: 2.61 FT /     607 CFS  AT  03:15 PM.

Applegate River - at Wilderville
   Most recent reading: 3.52 FT /    1106 CFS  AT  03:15 PM.

Illinois River - near Kerby
   Most recent reading: 6.77 FT /    1872 CFS  AT  03:45 PM.

Rogue River - near Agness
   Most recent reading: 5.83 FT /    7620 CFS  AT  03:30 PM.

South Umpqua River - at Tiller
   Most recent reading: 4.67 FT /    2110 CFS  AT  03:30 PM.

Cow Creek - near Riddle
   Most recent reading: 3.52 FT /    1307 CFS  AT  03:30 PM.

South Umpqua River - at    Riddle
   Most recent reading: 6.33 FT /    3572 CFS  AT  01:30 PM.

South Umpqua River - near Winston
   Most recent reading: 7.99 FT /    4528 CFS  AT  03:15 PM.

Deer Creek - at Roseburg
   Most recent reading: 3.52 FT /     137 CFS  AT  03:00 PM.

South Umpqua River - at Roseburg
   Most recent reading: 7.82 FT /    4668 CFS  AT  03:00 PM.

North Umpqua River - near Winchester
   Most recent reading: 5.03 FT /    5418 CFS  AT  03:30 PM.

Elk Creek - near Drain
   Most recent reading: 2.45 FT /     208 CFS  AT  02:15 PM.

Umpqua River - near Elkton
   Most recent reading: 8.06 FT /   10172 CFS  AT  03:15 PM.

Umpqua River - at   Reedsport
   Most recent reading: 11.30 FT AT 03:00 PM.

South Fork Coquille - at Myrtle Point
   Most recent reading: 9.33 FT /    2066 CFS  AT  03:15 AM.

North Fork Coquille - near Myrtle Point
   Most recent reading: 10.03 FT /    1055 CFS  AT  03:45 PM.

Coquille River - at Coquille
   Most recent reading: 11.57 FT /    4878 CFS  AT  03:30 PM.

Sprague River - near Beatty
   Most recent reading: 3.23 FT /     254 CFS  AT  03:15 PM.


For the latest river stages and forecasts, visit our web page at
www.weather.gov/medford or listen to noaa weather radio.




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FGUS75 KREV 082131
ESFREV
NVZ001>041-CAZ070>073-CAZ519>527-160000-

WATER SUPPLY OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RENO NV
1330 PM PST MON FEB 08 2016

...WATER SUPPLY OUTLOOK FOR NEVADA AND EASTERN CALIFORNIA AS OF
FEB 08 2016...

ISSUED JOINTLY BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND NATURAL RESOURCES
CONSERVATION SERVICE...


1/SUMMARY...WATER SUPPLY OUTLOOK...

PRECIPITATION HAS BEEN ABOVE TO WELL ABOVE NORMAL FOR MOST OF NEVADA
AND EASTERN CALIFORNIA SINCE THE BEGINNING OF THE WATER YEAR ON
OCTOBER 1, 2015. AREAS WITH THE HIGHEST WATER YEAR TO DATE
PRECIPITATION ARE EASTERN AND NORTH EASTERN NEVADA. JANUARY FINISHED
STRONG WITH TWO STORMS IN THE LAST THREE DAYS BUILDING THE REGION`S
SNOWPACK AND TEMPORALLY RAISING MANY RIVERS.

JANUARY IS A CRITICAL MONTH OF SNOW ACCUMULATION IN THE AREA, AND
THIS JANUARY DELIVERED CONSISTENTLY ABOVE AVERAGE ACCUMULATION
THROUGHOUT THE MOUNTAINS OF THE REGION.  IN FACT, IT WAS THE FIRST
JANUARY CONSISTENTLY ABOVE AVERAGE FOR PRECIPITATION AND SNOW
ACCUMULATION FOR THE ENTIRE REGION SINCE 2008.

THE MOUNTAIN SNOWPACK GOT OFF TO AN EARLY START AND NEAR NORMAL
TEMPERATURES COMBINED WITH FREQUENT MODERATE STORMS HAVE CONTINUED
TO BUILD AN EXCELLENT MID-WINTER SNOWPACK.  THIS IS ENCOURAGING
AFTER FOUR DRY WINTERS, BUT WITH TWO MORE MONTHS OF THE SNOW
ACCUMULATION SEASON REMAINING, A WIDE VARIETY OF OUTCOMES ARE STILL
POSSIBLE.  WHILE THE CURRENT SNOWPACK ALREADY EXCEEDS THE LAST THREE
YEARS` PEAKS IN MOST BASINS, THE RUNOFF EFFICIENCY AND TOTAL RUNOFF
PRODUCED WILL BE VERY DEPENDENT ON THE WEATHER OVER THE NEXT THREE
MONTHS.

JANUARY ENDED WITH A MODERATELY STRONG ATMOSPHERIC RIVER EVENT,
BENEFITING SNOWPACK CONDITIONS AND TEMPORARILY RAISING MANY RIVERS.
THESE FLOWS HELPED IMPROVE RESERVOIR STORAGE SOMEWHAT IN THE EASTERN
SIERRA, BUT THERE IS STILL A LONG WAY TO GO TO FILL RESERVOIRS AFTER
FOUR YEARS OF BELOW AVERAGE SNOWPACKS AND LOW STREAMFLOWS. RESERVOIR
STORAGE AND GENERAL WATER SUPPLY CONDITIONS REMAIN POOR. THE
ANTICIPATED AVERAGE TO ABOVE AVERAGE YEAR WOULD BE GREATLY
BENEFICIAL TO WATER SUPPLY CONDITIONS, BUT IT WILL TAKE AN
EXCEPTIONAL YEAR, OR MORE LIKELY, MORE THAN ONE YEAR TO RETURN THE
AREA TO PRE-DROUGHT CONDITIONS.


2/SNOWPACK...

SNOWPACK, AS OF FEBRUARY 1ST, RANGES FROM ABOVE AVERAGE AT 114% ON
THE TRUCKEE BASIN TO A HIGH OF 158% FOR THE NORTHERN GREAT BASIN.
ALL BASINS IN NORTHERN AND EASTERN NEVADA ARE MUCH ABOVE AVERAGE.

AS OF FEBRUARY 2ND ONE SNOTEL SITE, CEDAR PASS IN NORTHEASTERN
CALIFORNIA HAD THEIR SECOND HIGHEST SNOW WATER EQUIVALENT (SWE) TO
DATE FOR THE 38 YEAR PERIOD OF RECORD.

ON AVERAGE PEAK BASIN SNOWPACK OCCURS BETWEEN MID-MARCH AND EARLY
APRIL.  CURRENTLY THE TAHOE, TRUCKEE, CARSON AND WALKER BASINS HAVE
NEAR 80% OF THEIR AVERAGE PEAK SNOWPACK WHILE BASINS TO THE NORTH
AND EAST HAVE NEAR 100% OF AVERAGE BASIN PEAK CONDITIONS.  EVEN
CONSIDERING THESE HIGH SNOWPACK NUMBERS, A CONTINUATION OF COOL
TEMPERATURES AND FREQUENT STORMS WILL BE NEEDED TO PRODUCE AVERAGE
OR ABOVE AVERAGE RUNOFF CONDITIONS.  EARLY SNOWMELT RUNOFF TENDS TO
BE INEFFICIENT AND ABOVE AVERAGE LATE SPRING SNOW CONDITIONS WILL
LIKELY BE NECESSARY TO PRODUCE NEAR AVERAGE RUNOFF AFTER FOUR YEARS
OF DROUGHT.

                                 FEB 1 2016
BASIN                    PERCENT OF MEDIAN
LAKE TAHOE ........................   130
TRUCKEE RIVER .....................   114
CARSON RIVER ......................   127
WALKER RIVER ......................   117
NORTHERN GREAT ....................   158
UPPER HUMBOLDT RIVER ..............   135
LOWER HUMBOLDT RIVER ..............   157
CLOVER VALLEY & FRANKLIN RIVER ....   134
SNAKE RIVER .......................   152
OWYHEE RIVER ......................   151
EASTERN NEVADA ....................   152
LOWER COLORADO RIVER ..............   NA


3/PRECIPITATION...

CURRENT WATER YEAR-TO-DATE PRECIPITATION AS OF FEBRUARY 1ST IS ABOVE
TO MUCH ABOVE NORMAL THROUGHOUT NEVADA. BASINS DRAINING TO THE EAST
SLOPE OF THE SIERRA ARE ABOVE AVERAGE AND CONDITIONS GET
PROGRESSIVELY WETTER TO THE EAST WITH THE FAR EASTERN NEVADA AREA AT
172%. UNLIKE MOST RECENT JANUARYS WHICH WERE DOMINATED BY HIGH
PRESSURE, EACH BASIN REPORTED ABOVE AVERAGE MOUNTAIN PRECIPITATION
THIS JANUARY. LAKE TAHOE AND EASTERN NEVADA REPORTED 155% AND 154%
OF AVERAGE RESPECTIVELY, WHILE THE SNAKE RIVER BASIN IN NORTHEASTERN
NEVADA HAD THE DRIEST JANUARY AT 113% OF AVERAGE.

AS OF FEBRUARY 2ND, DIAMOND PEAK AND CORAL CANYON SNOTELS HAVE
RECORD HIGH WATER YEAR-TO-DATE PRECIPITATION WHILE GREEN MOUNTAIN
AND POLE CREEK SNOTELS HAVE THE SECOND HIGHEST WATER YEAR-TO-DATE
PRECIPITATION FOR THE PERIOD OF RECORD. ALL OF THESE SITES ARE IN
EASTERN AND NORTHEASTERN NEVADA.


                                                  WATER YEAR 2016
                                    JAN 2015    /THROUGH 01/31/2016/
BASIN                              PCT OF AVE        PCT OF AVE
LAKE TAHOE .........................   155 ...........   132
TRUCKEE RIVER ......................   147 ...........   119
CARSON RIVER .......................   126 ...........   120
WALKER RIVER .......................   124 ...........   122
NORTHERN GREAT .....................   139 ...........   136
UPPER HUMBOLDT RIVER ...............   118 ...........   145
LOWER HUMBOLDT RIVER ...............   144 ...........   145
CLOVER VALLEY AND FRANKLIN RIVER ...   128 ...........   149
SNAKE RIVER ........................   113 ...........   145
OWYHEE RIVER .......................   116 ...........   136
EASTERN NEVADA .....................   154 ...........   172
LOWER COLORADO RIVER ...............   NA  ...........   NA


4/RESERVOIRS...

MOST RESERVOIRS IN THE AREA DID MAKE SMALL GAINS IN STORAGE SINCE
LAST MONTH INCLUDING 63,000 ACRE-FEET IN LAKE TAHOE AND OTHER
TRUCKEE SYSTEM RESERVOIRS, 12,000 ACRE-FEET IN LAHONTAN, AND 7,000
ACRE-FEET ON IN UPPER WALKER RESERVOIRS. DESPITE THESE GAINS,
RESERVOIRS IN THE AREA ARE STILL WELL BELOW AVERAGE WITH LOTS OF
ROOM TO FILL. FOR EXAMPLE, LAKE TAHOE MEASURED 0.95 FEET OR 115,000
ACRE-FEET BELOW THE NATURAL RIM WITH ANOTHER 7 VERTICAL FEET NEEDED
TO REACH CAPACITY. RYE PATCH RESERVOIR ON THE LOWER HUMBOLDT GAINED
ONLY 200 ACRE-FEET IN JANUARY AND REMAINS AT 5% OF CAPACITY.
STREAMFLOW FORECASTS ARE ENCOURAGING, INDICATING THAT THIS YEAR WILL
LIKELY PROVIDE SIGNIFICANT FLOWS TO START REFILLING THE SYSTEM.

BASIN                      PERCENT OF CAPACITY   PERCENT OF AVERAGE
LAKE TAHOE ........................   0 ................   0
TRUCKEE RIVER .....................  22 ................  38
CARSON RIVER ......................   8 ................  17
WALKER RIVER  ...................... 23 ................  52
LOWER HUMBOLDT RIVER ..............   5 ................  13
OWYHEE RIVER ......................  16 ................  33
LOWER COLORADO RIVER ..............  43 ................  54


5/STREAMFLOW...

STREAMFLOW FORECASTS FOR ALL OF NEVADA AND EASTERN CALIFORNIA AS OF
FEBRUARY 1ST ARE NEAR TO MUCH ABOVE AVERAGE FOR APRIL TO JULY
RUNOFF. WATER SUPPLY CONDITIONS ARE FORECAST TO BE MUCH HIGHER THAN
LAST YEAR, BUT WITH VERY SIGNIFICANT VARIATION FROM ONE AREA TO
ANOTHER AND FROM DIFFERENCES IN NRCS AND NWS FORECAST METHODOLOGIES.
WHILE CURRENT PRECIPITATION AND SNOWPACK MEASUREMENTS INDICATE ABOVE
TO MUCH ABOVE AVERAGE CONDITIONS, PREVIOUS DRY CONDITIONS ARE LIKELY
TO IMPACT RUNOFF EFFICIENCY. FEBRUARY WATER SUPPLY FORECASTS HAVE
IMPROVED CONFIDENCE FROM JANUARY, BUT STILL HAVE A HIGHER DEGREE OF
UNCERTAINTY THAN FORECASTS LATER IN THE SEASON. THESE MID SEASON
FORECASTS CAN NOT ACCOUNT FOR SIGNIFICANT VARIATIONS IN FUTURE
WINTER AND SPRING WEATHER CONDITIONS.

FEBRUARY 1ST STREAMFLOW FORECASTS FROM THE NRCS WERE HIGHEST ON THE
OWYHEE RIVER BELOW WILDHORSE RESERVOIR AT 191 PERCENT OF AVERAGE,
AND LOWEST ON THE LOWER HUMBOLDT AT 90% OF AVERAGE. THE NWS FORECASTS
INDICATE BELOW AVERAGE STREAMFLOW EXPECTED ON THE MIDDLE FORK OF THE
FEATHER.

BELOW ARE FORECASTS FOR SELECTED RIVER POINTS ACROSS NEVADA AND
EASTERN CALIFORNIA. SOME CONTAIN BOTH THE NRCS STATISTICAL FORECAST
AND NWS FORECAST PROVIDED BY THE ENSEMBLE STREAMFLOW PREDICTION
SYSTEM AT THE CALIFORNIA-NEVADA RIVER FORECAST CENTER. THE FORECASTS
DIFFER BASED ON FORECAST METHODOLOGY.

                PERCENT OF AVERAGE APRIL TO JULY STREAMFLOW
                MOST PROBABLE FORECAST AS OF FEBRUARY 1 2016
                     (50 PERCENT CHANCE OF EXCEEDANCE)

BASIN                                NRCS     NWS
LAKE TAHOE INFLOW..................... 99 ... 101
TRUCKEE RIVER.........................102 ... 102  .. FARAD
CARSON RIVER .........................103 ...  92  .. CARSON CITY
WEST WALKER RIVER ....................110 ...  98
EAST WALKER RIVER ....................110 ...  90
NORTHERN GREAT ....................... 95 ...  NA  .. 4 SITE AVERAGE
UPPER HUMBOLDT RIVER .................111 ... 141  .. PALISADE
LOWER HUMBOLDT RIVER ................. 90 ... 143  .. IMLAY
CLOVER VALLEY AND FRANKLIN RIVER .....103 ...  NA
SNAKE RIVER...........................153 ...  90@ .. SALMON FALLS CK
OWYHEE RIVER .........................191 ...  82@
EASTERN NEVADA....................... 122 ...  NA  .. 4 SITE AVERAGE
LAKE POWELL INFLOW   ................. 98 ...  94*
SUSAN RIVER........................... NA ...  90  .. SUSANVILLE (WATER YEAR)
MIDDLE FORK FEATHER RIVER............. NA ...  71  .. PORTOLA (WATER YEAR)

NA - FORECAST EITHER NOT AVAILABLE OR NOT PRODUCED FOR THIS LOCATION
     AT THE TIME OF THE REPORT
*  - LAKE POWELL INFLOW NWS FORECAST PROVIDED BY CBRFC IN SALT LAKE CITY
@  - SNAKE AND OWYHEE RIVER NWS FORECASTS PRODUCED BY NWRFC IN
     PORTLAND

6/ DROUGHT STATUS...

AS OF FEBRUARY 2, 2016, THE UNITED STATES DROUGHT MONITOR CLASSIFIED
72% OF NEVADA, ONLY EXCLUDING THE NORTHEASTERN PORTION OF ELKO
COUNTY, IN MODERATE DROUGHT OR WORSE. THIS IS AN IMPROVEMENT FROM
91% A MONTH AGO AND 100% A YEAR AGO. MOST OF THESE IMPROVEMENTS ARE
IN EASTERN NEVADA INCLUDING PORTIONS OF ELKO, WHITE PINE, LINCOLN,
AND CLARK COUNTY. EXTREME TO EXCEPTIONAL DROUGHT IS CLASSIFIED FOR
25% OF THE STATE INCLUDING ALL OF STOREY, CARSON CITY, DOUGLAS,
LYON, MINERAL, CHURCHILL, AND PORTIONS OF WASHOE, PERSHING,
HUMBOLDT, LANDER, NYE AND ESMERALDA COUNTIES. THIS IS A DECREASE OF
22% FROM LAST YEAR. IN CALIFORNIA 95% OF THE STATE IS CLASSIFIED IN
MODERATE DROUGHT OR WORSE ONLY EXCLUDING EASTERN PORTIONS OF SAN
BERNARDINO, RIVERSIDE, AND IMPERIAL COUNTIES, AND WESTERN PORTIONS
OF DEL NORTE AND HUMBOLDT COUNTIES A DECREASE OF 3% FROM LAST YEAR.
EXTREME TO EXCEPTIONAL DROUGHT IS INDICATED IN 64% OF THE STATE
INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO ALL OF MODOC, LASSEN, PLUMAS, SIERRA,
NEVADA, PLACER, EL DORADO, ALPINE, AND MONO COUNTIES.

IF FAVORABLE SNOWPACK AND RUNOFF CONDITIONS PERSIST INTO LATE WINTER
AND SPRING, DROUGHT CLASSIFICATIONS WILL LIKELY CONTINUE TO BE
SLOWLY REDUCED, HOWEVER WATER SUPPLY DEFICITS ARE LIKELY TO CONTINUE
DUE TO EXTREMELY LOW RESERVOIR STORAGE, DIMINISHED GROUND WATER
LEVELS, AND ASSOCIATED IMPACTS TO FORESTS AND OTHER NATURAL
RESOURCES.


7/ LONG RANGE WEATHER OUTLOOK FOR NEVADA AND EASTERN CALIFORNIA.

FEBRUARY IS OFF TO A DRY START WITH THE STRONGEST HIGH PRESSURE
RIDGE OF THE WINTER EXPECTED TO KEEP THE AREA DRY AND WARM THROUGH
THE FIRST TWO WEEKS OF THE MONTH. THE OUTLOOK FOR THE REMAINDER OF
FEBRUARY IS FOR INCREASED CHANCES OF ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION IN
MOST OF CALIFORNIA AND NEVADA, AND EQUAL CHANCES OF ABOVE, BELOW,
OR NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR NORTHERN CALIFORNIA AND NORTHERN NEVADA.
FEBRUARY TEMPERATURES HAVE AN INCREASED CHANCE OF BEING ABOVE NORMAL
THROUGHOUT THE REGION.

THE OUTLOOK FOR THE MONTHS OF MARCH THROUGH MAY IS FOR
INCREASED CHANCES OF ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURE THROUGHOUT THE REGION,
EXCLUDING ONLY EXTREME SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AND SOUTHEASTERN NEVADA,
WHICH HAVE EQUAL CHANCES. HIGHER PROBABILITY OF WARMER TEMPERATURES
ARE PROJECTED FOR NORTHERN CALIFORNIA AND NORTHWESTERN NEVADA.
INCREASED CHANCES OF ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION ARE PROJECTED FOR
ALL OF THE REGION WITH THE EXCEPTION OF FAR NORTHERN NEVADA. THE
HIGHEST PROBABILITIES ARE PROJECTED FOR THE SOUTHERN HALF OF
CALIFORNIA AND NEVADA.


8/ FOR MORE DETAILED WATER SUPPLY AND STREAMFLOW FORECAST
INFORMATION FOR NEVADA AND EASTERN CALIFORNIA...PLEASE REFER TO THE
FOLLOWING WEB SITES. /NOTE...ALL LETTERS IN WEB SITE ADDRESSES ARE
LOWER CASE/...

NWS CALIFORNIA NEVADA RIVER FORECAST CENTER...
HTTP://WWW.CNRFC.NOAA.GOV/WATER_SUPPLY.PHP

NEVADA NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE...
HTTP://WWW.NV.NRCS.USDA.GOV/SNOW/

CALIFORNIA DEPT. OF WATER RESOURCES...
HTTP://CDEC.WATER.CA.GOV/

NWS CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER LONG RANGE OUTLOOK MAPS...
HTTP://WWW.CPC.NCEP.NOAA.GOV/PRODUCTS/FORECASTS/

U.S. DROUGHT PORTAL...INCLUDING U.S. DROUGHT MONITOR...
HTTP://DROUGHT.GOV/



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FGUS86 KSTO 082117
RVSLSC
HYDROLOGIC STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SACRAMENTO CA
117 PM PST MON FEB 8 2016

...The Lower Sacramento River will have little change...

Forecasts are based on present and forecasted meteorological and
hydrologic conditions at time of issuance.

Unlisted forecast points are expected to remain below monitor stage.
All those affected by river conditions should remain alert for rapid
changes and for possible forecast revisions.

For more hydrologic information and stage definitions refer to the
following web site:  http://www.wrh.noaa.gov/sto/hydro_data.php


CAC067-101-113-092117-
117 PM PST MON FEB 8 2016

Sacramento River At
 Verona 02/08 12:45 stage 17.0 ft
 Forecast to recede to near 14.5 FT near Wednesday noon then forecast
to fluctuate near 14.5 FT thru near Wednesday noon.
 Monitor stage MSG ft, Flood stage 41.3 ft


$$

CAC067-113-092117-
117 PM PST MON FEB 8 2016

Sacramento River At
 I Street Bridge 02/08 12:00 stage 5.8 ft

    MON     02/08
02 15 PM          6.2
07 45 PM          6.7
    TUE     02/09
04 45 AM          5.8
09 00 AM          6.7
03 00 PM          6.3
08 30 PM          6.7
    WED     02/10
05 15 AM          5.8
09 30 AM          6.8


 MONITOR STAGE 25.0 FT, FLOOD STAGE 31.0 FT



$$





000
FGUS86 KSTO 082117
RVSLSC
HYDROLOGIC STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SACRAMENTO CA
117 PM PST MON FEB 8 2016

...The Lower Sacramento River will have little change...

Forecasts are based on present and forecasted meteorological and
hydrologic conditions at time of issuance.

Unlisted forecast points are expected to remain below monitor stage.
All those affected by river conditions should remain alert for rapid
changes and for possible forecast revisions.

For more hydrologic information and stage definitions refer to the
following web site:  http://www.wrh.noaa.gov/sto/hydro_data.php


CAC067-101-113-092117-
117 PM PST MON FEB 8 2016

Sacramento River At
 Verona 02/08 12:45 stage 17.0 ft
 Forecast to recede to near 14.5 FT near Wednesday noon then forecast
to fluctuate near 14.5 FT thru near Wednesday noon.
 Monitor stage MSG ft, Flood stage 41.3 ft


$$

CAC067-113-092117-
117 PM PST MON FEB 8 2016

Sacramento River At
 I Street Bridge 02/08 12:00 stage 5.8 ft

    MON     02/08
02 15 PM          6.2
07 45 PM          6.7
    TUE     02/09
04 45 AM          5.8
09 00 AM          6.7
03 00 PM          6.3
08 30 PM          6.7
    WED     02/10
05 15 AM          5.8
09 30 AM          6.8


 MONITOR STAGE 25.0 FT, FLOOD STAGE 31.0 FT



$$




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000
FGUS86 KSTO 082115
RVSUSA
HYDROLOGIC STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SACRAMENTO CA
115 PM PST MON FEB 8 2016

...The Upper Sacramento River System will remain near current levels....

Forecasts are based on present and forecasted meteorological and
hydrologic conditions at time of issuance.

Unlisted forecast points are expected to remain below monitor stage.
All those affected by river conditions should remain alert for rapid
changes and for possible forecast revisions.

For more hydrologic information and stage definitions refer to the
following web site:  http://www.wrh.noaa.gov/sto/hydro_data.php


CAC103-092115-
115 PM PST MON FEB 8 2016

Sacramento River Above
 Bend Bridge 02/08 12:45 stage 1.8 ft
 Forecast to fluctuate near 2.0 FT thru near tomorrow noon.
 Monitor stage 22.0 ft, Flood stage 27.0 ft


$$

CAC103-092115-
115 PM PST MON FEB 8 2016

Sacramento River At
 Tehama Bridge 02/08 13:00 stage 201.1 ft
 Forecast to fluctuate near 201.0 FT thru near tomorrow noon.
 Monitor stage 210.0 ft, Flood stage 213.0 ft


$$

CAC103-092115-
115 PM PST MON FEB 8 2016

Sacramento River At
 Vina Woodson Bridge 02/08 12:45 stage 167.2 ft
 Forecast to fluctuate near 167.0 FT thru near tomorrow noon.
 Monitor stage 180.0 ft, Flood stage 183.0 ft


$$

CAC007-021-092115-
115 PM PST MON FEB 8 2016

Sacramento River At
 Ord Ferry 02/08 12:45 stage 97.6 ft
 Forecast to fluctuate near 97.5 FT thru near tomorrow noon.
 Monitor stage 110.0 ft, Flood stage 114.0 ft


$$

CAC011-101-092114-
115 PM PST MON FEB 8 2016

Sacramento River At
 Colusa Bridge 02/08 12:45 stage 45.4 ft
 Forecast to fluctuate near 45.0 FT thru near Wednesday noon.
 Monitor stage 63.0 ft, Flood stage 70.0 ft


$$





000
SRUS46 KMFR 081815
RVAMFR


HYDROLOGIC STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MEDFORD OR
1015 AM PST MON FEB 8 2016

Elk Creek   - near Trail
   Most recent reading: 4.76 FT /     440 CFS  AT  09:30 AM.

Rogue River - at Eagle Point
   Most recent reading: 3.74 FT /    2821 CFS  AT  09:15 AM.

Bear Creek - at Medford
   Most recent reading: 3.31 FT /     173 CFS  AT  09:15 AM.

Rogue River - below Gold Ray
   Most recent reading: 2.75 FT /    3516 CFS  AT  09:45 AM.

Rogue River - at Grants Pass
   Most recent reading: 3.46 FT /    3897 CFS  AT  09:15 AM.

Applegate River - near Applegate
   Most recent reading: 2.66 FT /     634 CFS  AT  09:15 AM.

Applegate River - at Wilderville
   Most recent reading: 3.54 FT /    1122 CFS  AT  09:15 AM.

Illinois River - near Kerby
   Most recent reading: 6.75 FT /    1861 CFS  AT  09:45 AM.

Rogue River - near Agness
   Most recent reading: 5.91 FT /    7827 CFS  AT  09:30 AM.

South Umpqua River - at Tiller
   Most recent reading: 4.65 FT /    2092 CFS  AT  09:30 AM.

Cow Creek - near Riddle
   Most recent reading: 3.54 FT /    1321 CFS  AT  09:30 AM.

South Umpqua River - at    Riddle
   Most recent reading: 6.28 FT /    3482 CFS  AT  08:00 AM.

South Umpqua River - near Winston
   Most recent reading: 7.90 FT /    4364 CFS  AT  09:15 AM.

Deer Creek - at Roseburg
   Most recent reading: 3.54 FT /     139 CFS  AT  09:00 AM.

South Umpqua River - at Roseburg
   Most recent reading: 7.78 FT /    4572 CFS  AT  07:30 AM.

North Umpqua River - near Winchester
   Most recent reading: 4.94 FT /    5220 CFS  AT  09:30 AM.

Elk Creek - near Drain
   Most recent reading: 2.48 FT /     212 CFS  AT  08:15 AM.

Umpqua River - near Elkton
   Most recent reading: 8.12 FT /   10329 CFS  AT  09:15 AM.

Umpqua River - at   Reedsport
   Most recent reading: 9.02 FT AT 08:00 AM.

South Fork Coquille - at Myrtle Point
   Most recent reading: 9.33 FT /    2066 CFS  AT  03:15 AM.

North Fork Coquille - near Myrtle Point
   Most recent reading: 10.12 FT /    1069 CFS  AT  09:45 AM.

Coquille River - at Coquille
   Most recent reading: 9.17 FT /    3417 CFS  AT  09:30 AM.

Sprague River - near Beatty
   Most recent reading: 3.18 FT /     243 CFS  AT  09:15 AM.


For the latest river stages and forecasts, visit our web page at
www.weather.gov/medford or listen to noaa weather radio.





000
FGUS86 KSTO 081449
RVSLSC
HYDROLOGIC STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SACRAMENTO CA
649 AM PST MON FEB 8 2016

...The Lower Sacramento River will have little change...

Forecasts are based on present and forecasted meteorological and
hydrologic conditions at time of issuance.

Unlisted forecast points are expected to remain below monitor stage.
All those affected by river conditions should remain alert for rapid
changes and for possible forecast revisions.

For more hydrologic information and stage definitions refer to the
following web site:  http://www.wrh.noaa.gov/sto/hydro_data.php


CAC067-101-113-091449-
649 AM PST MON FEB 8 2016

Sacramento River At
 Verona 02/08 05:45 stage 15.5 ft
 Forecast to fluctuate near 15.5 FT thru late this morning then
forecast to recede to near 14.5 FT early Wednesday morning then
forecast to fluctuate near 14.5 FT thru Wednesday morning.
 Monitor stage MSG ft, Flood stage 41.3 ft


$$

CAC067-113-091449-
649 AM PST MON FEB 8 2016

Sacramento River At
 I Street Bridge 02/08 06:00 stage 5.9 ft

    MON     02/08
08 15 AM          6.6
02 15 PM          6.2
07 45 PM          6.7
    TUE     02/09
04 45 AM          5.8
09 00 AM          6.7
03 00 PM          6.3
08 30 PM          6.7
    WED     02/10
05 15 AM          5.8


 MONITOR STAGE 25.0 FT, FLOOD STAGE 31.0 FT



$$





000
FGUS86 KSTO 081447
RVSUSA
HYDROLOGIC STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SACRAMENTO CA
647 AM PST MON FEB 8 2016

...The Upper Sacramento River System will remain near current levels....

Forecasts are based on present and forecasted meteorological and
hydrologic conditions at time of issuance.

Unlisted forecast points are expected to remain below monitor stage.
All those affected by river conditions should remain alert for rapid
changes and for possible forecast revisions.

For more hydrologic information and stage definitions refer to the
following web site:  http://www.wrh.noaa.gov/sto/hydro_data.php


CAC103-091447-
647 AM PST MON FEB 8 2016

Sacramento River Above
 Bend Bridge 02/08 05:45 stage 1.8 ft
 Forecast to fluctuate near 2.0 FT thru tomorrow morning.
 Monitor stage 22.0 ft, Flood stage 27.0 ft


$$

CAC103-091447-
647 AM PST MON FEB 8 2016

Sacramento River At
 Tehama Bridge 02/08 06:00 stage 201.2 ft
 Forecast to fluctuate near 201.0 FT thru tomorrow morning.
 Monitor stage 210.0 ft, Flood stage 213.0 ft


$$

CAC103-091447-
647 AM PST MON FEB 8 2016

Sacramento River At
 Vina Woodson Bridge 02/08 05:45 stage 167.2 ft
 Forecast to fluctuate near 167.0 FT thru tomorrow morning.
 Monitor stage 180.0 ft, Flood stage 183.0 ft


$$

CAC007-021-091447-
647 AM PST MON FEB 8 2016

Sacramento River At
 Ord Ferry 02/08 05:45 stage 97.7 ft
 Forecast to fluctuate near 97.5 FT thru tomorrow morning.
 Monitor stage 110.0 ft, Flood stage 114.0 ft


$$

CAC011-101-091447-
647 AM PST MON FEB 8 2016

Sacramento River At
 Colusa Bridge 02/08 05:45 stage 45.6 ft
 Forecast to fluctuate near 45.0 FT thru Wednesday morning.
 Monitor stage 63.0 ft, Flood stage 70.0 ft


$$




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000
FGUS86 KSTO 081409
RVSSTO

DELTA TIDE FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE / CALIFORNIA-NEVADA RFC / SACRAMENTO CA
CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES / SACRAMENTO CA
607 AM PLT MON FEB 08 2016

NEXT ISSUANCE: TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 09, 2016 AT 9AM PLT



ALL LOCATIONS ARE EXPECTED TO REMAIN BELOW CRITICAL LEVELS

*********************************************************************
SPECIAL NOTES-

*********************************************************************
      RIO VISTA                   ANTIOCH
       [RVBC1]                    [ATIC1]
      MON 02/08                  MON 02/08
  9 15  AM       3.3         8 30  AM       3.0
  3 15  PM       6.6         2 45  PM       6.3
 11 15  PM       2.3        10 30  PM       1.8
      TUE 02/09                  TUE 02/09
  4 45  AM       5.8         4 00  AM       5.3
 10 15  AM       3.3         9 30  AM       2.9
  4 00  PM       6.5         3 45  PM       6.2
 11 45  PM       2.3        11 00  PM       1.9
      WED 02/10                  WED 02/10
  5 30  AM       5.9         4 45  AM       5.6
 11 00  AM       3.2        10 30  AM       2.8
  5 00  PM       6.3         4 30  PM       6.1

    MALLARD ISLAND             VENICE ISLAND
       [MLIC1]                    [VNCC1]
      MON 02/08                  MON 02/08
  8 00  AM       2.4         5 45  AM       5.3
  2 00  PM       6.3        10 45  AM       3.5
  9 30  PM       1.2         5 00  PM       6.3
      TUE 02/09                  TUE 02/09
  3 15  AM       5.2        12 30  AM       2.8
  9 00  AM       2.4         6 30  AM       5.5
  2 45  PM       6.3        11 45  AM       3.5
 10 15  PM       1.1         5 45  PM       6.3
      WED 02/10                  WED 02/10
  4 00  AM       5.2         1 15  AM       2.9
  9 45  AM       2.1         7 00  AM       5.7
  3 30  PM       6.2        12 30  PM       3.4

   I STREET BRIDGE
       [SACC1]
      MON 02/08
  8 15  AM       6.6
  2 15  PM       6.2
  7 45  PM       6.7
      TUE 02/09
  4 45  AM       5.8
  9 00  AM       6.7
  3 00  PM       6.3
  8 30  PM       6.7
      WED 02/10
  5 15  AM       5.8
  9 30  AM       6.8
  4 00  PM       6.3

ALL THOSE AFFECTED BY RIVER CONDITIONS SHOULD REMAIN ALERT FOR
RAPID CHANGES AND FOR POSSIBLE FORECAST REVISIONS.

KH

.AR SACC1 20160208 DH1300/DC201602081407/HG        5.8 :OBSERVED
.AR SACC1 20160208 DH1615/DC201602081407/HGIFZZZ   6.6
.AR SACC1 20160208 DH2215/DC201602081407/HGIFZZZ   6.2
.AR SACC1 20160209 DH0345/DC201602081407/HGIFZZZ   6.7
.AR SACC1 20160209 DH1245/DC201602081407/HGIFZZZ   5.8
.AR SACC1 20160209 DH1700/DC201602081407/HGIFZZZ   6.7
.AR SACC1 20160209 DH2300/DC201602081407/HGIFZZZ   6.3
.AR SACC1 20160210 DH0430/DC201602081407/HGIFZZZ   6.7
.AR SACC1 20160210 DH1315/DC201602081407/HGIFZZZ   5.8
.AR SACC1 20160210 DH1730/DC201602081407/HGIFZZZ   6.8
.AR SACC1 20160211 DH0000/DC201602081407/HGIFZZZ   6.3
.AR VNCC1 20160208 DH1345/DC201602081407/HG        5.4 :OBSERVED
.AR VNCC1 20160208 DH1345/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   5.3
.AR VNCC1 20160208 DH1845/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   3.5
.AR VNCC1 20160209 DH0100/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   6.3
.AR VNCC1 20160209 DH0830/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   2.8
.AR VNCC1 20160209 DH1430/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   5.5
.AR VNCC1 20160209 DH1945/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   3.5
.AR VNCC1 20160210 DH0145/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   6.3
.AR VNCC1 20160210 DH0915/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   2.9
.AR VNCC1 20160210 DH1500/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   5.7
.AR VNCC1 20160210 DH2030/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   3.4
.AR MLIC1 20160208 DH1345/DC201602081407/HG        3.4 :OBSERVED
.AR MLIC1 20160208 DH1600/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   2.4
.AR MLIC1 20160208 DH2200/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   6.3
.AR MLIC1 20160209 DH0530/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   1.2
.AR MLIC1 20160209 DH1115/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   5.2
.AR MLIC1 20160209 DH1700/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   2.4
.AR MLIC1 20160209 DH2245/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   6.3
.AR MLIC1 20160210 DH0615/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   1.1
.AR MLIC1 20160210 DH1200/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   5.2
.AR MLIC1 20160210 DH1745/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   2.1
.AR MLIC1 20160210 DH2330/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   6.2
.AR ATIC1 20160208 DH1330/DC201602081407/HG        4.2 :OBSERVED
.AR ATIC1 20160208 DH1630/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   3.0
.AR ATIC1 20160208 DH2245/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   6.3
.AR ATIC1 20160209 DH0630/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   1.8
.AR ATIC1 20160209 DH1200/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   5.3
.AR ATIC1 20160209 DH1730/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   2.9
.AR ATIC1 20160209 DH2345/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   6.2
.AR ATIC1 20160210 DH0700/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   1.9
.AR ATIC1 20160210 DH1245/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   5.6
.AR ATIC1 20160210 DH1830/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   2.8
.AR ATIC1 20160211 DH0030/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   6.1
.AR RVBC1 20160208 DH1345/DC201602081407/HG        5.0 :OBSERVED
.AR RVBC1 20160208 DH1715/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   3.3
.AR RVBC1 20160208 DH2315/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   6.6
.AR RVBC1 20160209 DH0715/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   2.3
.AR RVBC1 20160209 DH1245/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   5.8
.AR RVBC1 20160209 DH1815/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   3.3
.AR RVBC1 20160210 DH0000/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   6.5
.AR RVBC1 20160210 DH0745/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   2.3
.AR RVBC1 20160210 DH1330/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   5.9
.AR RVBC1 20160210 DH1900/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   3.2
.AR RVBC1 20160211 DH0100/DC201602081407/HGIFEZZ   6.3

$$




000
SRUS46 KMFR 081215
RVAMFR


HYDROLOGIC STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MEDFORD OR
415 AM PST MON FEB 8 2016

Elk Creek   - near Trail
   Most recent reading: 4.70 FT /     422 CFS  AT  03:30 AM.

Rogue River - at Eagle Point
   Most recent reading: 3.71 FT /    2764 CFS  AT  03:15 AM.

Bear Creek - at Medford
   Most recent reading: 3.31 FT /     173 CFS  AT  03:15 AM.

Rogue River - below Gold Ray
   Most recent reading: 2.73 FT /    3484 CFS  AT  03:45 AM.

Rogue River - at Grants Pass
   Most recent reading: 3.48 FT /    3926 CFS  AT  03:15 AM.

Applegate River - near Applegate
   Most recent reading: 2.66 FT /     634 CFS  AT  03:15 AM.

Applegate River - at Wilderville
   Most recent reading: 3.58 FT /    1153 CFS  AT  03:15 AM.

Illinois River - near Kerby
   Most recent reading: 6.76 FT /    1866 CFS  AT  03:45 AM.

Rogue River - near Agness
   Most recent reading: 5.97 FT /    7982 CFS  AT  03:30 AM.

South Umpqua River - at Tiller
   Most recent reading: 4.55 FT /    2004 CFS  AT  03:30 AM.

Cow Creek - near Riddle
   Most recent reading: 3.56 FT /    1335 CFS  AT  03:30 AM.

South Umpqua River - at    Riddle
   Most recent reading: 6.18 FT /    3305 CFS  AT  01:30 AM.

South Umpqua River - near Winston
   Most recent reading: 7.91 FT /    4382 CFS  AT  03:15 AM.

Deer Creek - at Roseburg
   Most recent reading: 3.56 FT /     140 CFS  AT  03:00 AM.

South Umpqua River - at Roseburg
   Most recent reading: 7.78 FT /    4572 CFS  AT  02:30 AM.

North Umpqua River - near Winchester
   Most recent reading: 4.89 FT /    5113 CFS  AT  03:30 AM.

Elk Creek - near Drain
   Most recent reading: 2.50 FT /     215 CFS  AT  02:15 AM.

Umpqua River - near Elkton
   Most recent reading: 8.12 FT /   10329 CFS  AT  03:15 AM.

Umpqua River - at   Reedsport
   Most recent reading: 10.89 FT AT 03:00 AM.

South Fork Coquille - at Myrtle Point
   Most recent reading: 9.33 FT /    2066 CFS  AT  03:15 AM.

North Fork Coquille - near Myrtle Point
   Most recent reading: 10.28 FT /    1094 CFS  AT  03:45 AM.

Coquille River - at Coquille
   Most recent reading: 10.76 FT /    3652 CFS  AT  02:30 AM.

Sprague River - near Beatty
   Most recent reading: 3.08 FT /     221 CFS  AT  03:15 AM.


For the latest river stages and forecasts, visit our web page at
www.weather.gov/medford or listen to noaa weather radio.





000
SRUS46 KMFR 080615
RVAMFR


HYDROLOGIC STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MEDFORD OR
1015 PM PST SUN FEB 7 2016

Elk Creek   - near Trail
   Most recent reading: 4.58 FT /     389 CFS  AT  09:30 PM.

Rogue River - at Eagle Point
   Most recent reading: 3.72 FT /    2783 CFS  AT  09:15 PM.

Bear Creek - at Medford
   Most recent reading: 3.28 FT /     164 CFS  AT  09:15 PM.

Rogue River - below Gold Ray
   Most recent reading: 2.73 FT /    3484 CFS  AT  09:45 PM.

Rogue River - at Grants Pass
   Most recent reading: 3.56 FT /    4045 CFS  AT  09:15 PM.

Applegate River - near Applegate
   Most recent reading: 2.66 FT /     634 CFS  AT  09:15 PM.

Applegate River - at Wilderville
   Most recent reading: 3.62 FT /    1184 CFS  AT  09:15 PM.

Illinois River - near Kerby
   Most recent reading: 6.76 FT /    1866 CFS  AT  09:45 PM.

Rogue River - near Agness
   Most recent reading: 6.00 FT /    8060 CFS  AT  09:30 PM.

South Umpqua River - at Tiller
   Most recent reading: 4.32 FT /    1802 CFS  AT  09:30 PM.

Cow Creek - near Riddle
   Most recent reading: 3.58 FT /    1349 CFS  AT  09:30 PM.

South Umpqua River - at    Riddle
   Most recent reading: 6.19 FT /    3323 CFS  AT  07:30 PM.

South Umpqua River - near Winston
   Most recent reading: 7.95 FT /    4455 CFS  AT  09:15 PM.

Deer Creek - at Roseburg
   Most recent reading: 3.58 FT /     142 CFS  AT  09:00 PM.

South Umpqua River - at Roseburg
   Most recent reading: 7.82 FT /    4668 CFS  AT  08:30 PM.

North Umpqua River - near Winchester
   Most recent reading: 4.92 FT /    5177 CFS  AT  09:30 PM.

Elk Creek - near Drain
   Most recent reading: 2.54 FT /     222 CFS  AT  08:15 PM.

Umpqua River - near Elkton
   Most recent reading: 8.09 FT /   10251 CFS  AT  09:15 PM.

Umpqua River - at   Reedsport
   Most recent reading: 7.55 FT AT 09:00 PM.

South Fork Coquille - at Myrtle Point
   Most recent reading: 9.39 FT /    2086 CFS  AT  09:15 PM.

North Fork Coquille - near Myrtle Point
   Most recent reading: 10.44 FT /    1119 CFS  AT  09:45 PM.

Coquille River - at Coquille
   Most recent reading: 8.87 FT /    3387 CFS  AT  09:30 PM.

Sprague River - near Beatty
   Most recent reading: 3.06 FT /     217 CFS  AT  09:15 PM.


For the latest river stages and forecasts, visit our web page at
www.weather.gov/medford or listen to noaa weather radio.





000
SRUS46 KMFR 080015
RVAMFR


HYDROLOGIC STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MEDFORD OR
415 PM PST SUN FEB 7 2016

Elk Creek   - near Trail
   Most recent reading: 4.54 FT /     378 CFS  AT  03:30 PM.

Rogue River - at Eagle Point
   Most recent reading: 3.77 FT /    2882 CFS  AT  03:15 PM.

Bear Creek - at Medford
   Most recent reading: 3.28 FT /     164 CFS  AT  03:15 PM.

Rogue River - below Gold Ray
   Most recent reading: 2.82 FT /    3630 CFS  AT  03:45 PM.

Rogue River - at Grants Pass
   Most recent reading: 3.63 FT /    4150 CFS  AT  03:15 PM.

Applegate River - near Applegate
   Most recent reading: 2.75 FT /     682 CFS  AT  03:15 PM.

Applegate River - at Wilderville
   Most recent reading: 3.66 FT /    1214 CFS  AT  03:15 PM.

Illinois River - near Kerby
   Most recent reading: 6.82 FT /    1899 CFS  AT  03:45 PM.

Rogue River - near Agness
   Most recent reading: 6.07 FT /    8249 CFS  AT  03:30 PM.

South Umpqua River - at Tiller
   Most recent reading: 4.30 FT /    1786 CFS  AT  03:30 PM.

Cow Creek - near Riddle
   Most recent reading: 3.61 FT /    1370 CFS  AT  03:30 PM.

South Umpqua River - at    Riddle
   Most recent reading: 6.24 FT /    3411 CFS  AT  01:30 PM.

South Umpqua River - near Winston
   Most recent reading: 7.95 FT /    4455 CFS  AT  03:15 PM.

Deer Creek - at Roseburg
   Most recent reading: 3.61 FT /     145 CFS  AT  03:00 PM.

South Umpqua River - at Roseburg
   Most recent reading: 7.78 FT /    4572 CFS  AT  02:30 PM.

North Umpqua River - near Winchester
   Most recent reading: 4.92 FT /    5177 CFS  AT  03:30 PM.

Elk Creek - near Drain
   Most recent reading: 2.56 FT /     225 CFS  AT  02:15 PM.

Umpqua River - near Elkton
   Most recent reading: 8.05 FT /   10146 CFS  AT  03:15 PM.

Umpqua River - at   Reedsport
   Most recent reading: 9.65 FT AT 03:00 PM.

South Fork Coquille - at Myrtle Point
   Most recent reading: 9.83 FT /    2238 CFS  AT  03:15 PM.

North Fork Coquille - near Myrtle Point
   Most recent reading: 10.62 FT /    1148 CFS  AT  03:45 PM.

Coquille River - at Coquille
   Most recent reading: 10.91 FT /    3682 CFS  AT  03:30 PM.

Sprague River - near Beatty
   Most recent reading: 3.08 FT /     221 CFS  AT  03:15 PM.


For the latest river stages and forecasts, visit our web page at
www.weather.gov/medford or listen to noaa weather radio.




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000
SRUS46 KMFR 071833
RRMMFR

:SOUTHWESTERN OREGON & NORTHERN CALIFORNIA PRECIPITATION FOR JANUARY
.BR MFR 0131 A DH24/PPM : MM IS MONTH DD IS ALWAYS LAST DAY OF MONTH
: EG 0630 IS MMDD FOR JUN PRECIP
: M INDICATES MISSING DATA
:
: SOUTHWESTERN OREGON
:
ADEO3          M    : ADEL
ALKO3          M    : ALKALI LAKE
ASHO3       3.63    : ASHLAND
BDNO3      13.22    : BANDON 2NNE
BROO3      15.71    : BROOKINGS
BUNO3          M    : BUNCOM 1NNE
CYVO3       6.18    : CANYONVILLE
CVJO3          M    : CAVE JUNCTION
CHEO3       4.75    : CHEMULT
CHQO3       6.11    : CHILOQUIN 12NW
COQO3      11.83    : COQUILLE CITY
CRLO3      13.32    : CRATER LAKE NP
DRNO3       8.17    : DRAIN
ELTO3       9.94    : ELKTON
FVWO3      11.45    : FAIRVIEW 4NE
GDNO3      10.89    : GARDINER
GLYO3       7.41    : GLIDE
GLBO3      16.32    : GOLD BEACH RS
GPSO3       9.06    : GRANTS PASS KAJO
GSPO3       4.75    : GREEN SPRINGS PP
HMRO3          M    : HART MTN REF
HOWO3       6.77    : HOWARD PRAIRIE
KENO3       3.79    : KENO
LMT         2.26    : KLAMATH FALLS APT
LNGO3          M    : LANGLOIS
LEMO3      10.33    : LEMOLO LAKE
LOOO3       8.55    : LOOKINGGLASS
LOSO3       7.04    : LOST CREEK DAM
MFR         4.22    : MEDFORD APT
MYCO3          M    : MYRTLE CREEK
OTH        12.20    : NORTH BEND APT
OKDO3          M    : OAKLAND
OLEO3       6.74    : ODELL LAKE-EAST
PASO3       1.39    : PAISLEY
ORFO3      16.09    : PORT ORFORD #2
PTOO3      24.93    : PORT ORFORD 5E
PRWO3      13.90    : POWERS
PRSO3       7.86    : PROSPECT 2SW
RIDO3       7.67    : RIDDLE
ROGO3       7.29    : ROSEBURG KQEN
RBG         6.61    : ROSEBURG APT
RUCO3       6.95    : RUCH
SXT        10.39    : SEXTON SUMMIT ASOS
SVLO3          M    : SILVER LAKE
RBGO3       6.70    : SOUTH DEER CREEK
SMMO3       2.14    : SUMMER LAKE 1S
SRLO3          M    : SUTHERLIN 2W
POPO3          M    : THE POPLARS
TKFO3       7.58    : TOKETEE FALLS
UPPO3       6.75    : UPPER OLLALA 1N
WLMO3       8.68    : WILLIAMS 1NW
WINO3       7.59    : WINCHESTER DAM
:
: NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
:
ADNC1       3.64    : ADIN
ALTC1          M    : ALTURAS
AAT         2.00    : ALTURAS APT
CHNC1       6.52    : CALLAHAN
COPC1       5.27    : COPCO #1 DAM
CEC        14.43    : CRESCENT CITY
DUNC1          M    : DUNSMUIR
FOJC1       6.30    : FORT JONES
HPYC1          M    : HAPPY CAMP
JESC1       3.29    : JESS VALLEY
STGC1          M    : LAVA BEDS NM
MCLC1      12.17    : MCCLOUD
SIY         3.57: MONTAGUE APT
MTHC1          M    : MT. HEBRON RS
MHS   13.00: MT. SHASTA APT
OACC1       6.38    : OAK KNOLL
TULC1       1.69    : TULELAKE
YKAC1       5.44    : YREKA

.END




000
SRUS46 KMFR 071833
RRMMFR

:SOUTHWESTERN OREGON & NORTHERN CALIFORNIA PRECIPITATION FOR JANUARY
.BR MFR 0131 A DH24/PPM : MM IS MONTH DD IS ALWAYS LAST DAY OF MONTH
: EG 0630 IS MMDD FOR JUN PRECIP
: M INDICATES MISSING DATA
:
: SOUTHWESTERN OREGON
:
ADEO3          M    : ADEL
ALKO3          M    : ALKALI LAKE
ASHO3       3.63    : ASHLAND
BDNO3      13.22    : BANDON 2NNE
BROO3      15.71    : BROOKINGS
BUNO3          M    : BUNCOM 1NNE
CYVO3       6.18    : CANYONVILLE
CVJO3          M    : CAVE JUNCTION
CHEO3       4.75    : CHEMULT
CHQO3       6.11    : CHILOQUIN 12NW
COQO3      11.83    : COQUILLE CITY
CRLO3      13.32    : CRATER LAKE NP
DRNO3       8.17    : DRAIN
ELTO3       9.94    : ELKTON
FVWO3      11.45    : FAIRVIEW 4NE
GDNO3      10.89    : GARDINER
GLYO3       7.41    : GLIDE
GLBO3      16.32    : GOLD BEACH RS
GPSO3       9.06    : GRANTS PASS KAJO
GSPO3       4.75    : GREEN SPRINGS PP
HMRO3          M    : HART MTN REF
HOWO3       6.77    : HOWARD PRAIRIE
KENO3       3.79    : KENO
LMT         2.26    : KLAMATH FALLS APT
LNGO3          M    : LANGLOIS
LEMO3      10.33    : LEMOLO LAKE
LOOO3       8.55    : LOOKINGGLASS
LOSO3       7.04    : LOST CREEK DAM
MFR         4.22    : MEDFORD APT
MYCO3          M    : MYRTLE CREEK
OTH        12.20    : NORTH BEND APT
OKDO3          M    : OAKLAND
OLEO3       6.74    : ODELL LAKE-EAST
PASO3       1.39    : PAISLEY
ORFO3      16.09    : PORT ORFORD #2
PTOO3      24.93    : PORT ORFORD 5E
PRWO3      13.90    : POWERS
PRSO3       7.86    : PROSPECT 2SW
RIDO3       7.67    : RIDDLE
ROGO3       7.29    : ROSEBURG KQEN
RBG         6.61    : ROSEBURG APT
RUCO3       6.95    : RUCH
SXT        10.39    : SEXTON SUMMIT ASOS
SVLO3          M    : SILVER LAKE
RBGO3       6.70    : SOUTH DEER CREEK
SMMO3       2.14    : SUMMER LAKE 1S
SRLO3          M    : SUTHERLIN 2W
POPO3          M    : THE POPLARS
TKFO3       7.58    : TOKETEE FALLS
UPPO3       6.75    : UPPER OLLALA 1N
WLMO3       8.68    : WILLIAMS 1NW
WINO3       7.59    : WINCHESTER DAM
:
: NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
:
ADNC1       3.64    : ADIN
ALTC1          M    : ALTURAS
AAT         2.00    : ALTURAS APT
CHNC1       6.52    : CALLAHAN
COPC1       5.27    : COPCO #1 DAM
CEC        14.43    : CRESCENT CITY
DUNC1          M    : DUNSMUIR
FOJC1       6.30    : FORT JONES
HPYC1          M    : HAPPY CAMP
JESC1       3.29    : JESS VALLEY
STGC1          M    : LAVA BEDS NM
MCLC1      12.17    : MCCLOUD
SIY         3.57: MONTAGUE APT
MTHC1          M    : MT. HEBRON RS
MHS   13.00: MT. SHASTA APT
OACC1       6.38    : OAK KNOLL
TULC1       1.69    : TULELAKE
YKAC1       5.44    : YREKA

.END




000
SRUS46 KMFR 071815
RVAMFR


HYDROLOGIC STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MEDFORD OR
1015 AM PST SUN FEB 7 2016

Elk Creek   - near Trail
   Most recent reading: 4.51 FT /     370 CFS  AT  09:30 AM.

Rogue River - at Eagle Point
   Most recent reading: 3.83 FT /    3009 CFS  AT  09:15 AM.

Bear Creek - at Medford
   Most recent reading: 3.30 FT /     170 CFS  AT  09:15 AM.

Rogue River - below Gold Ray
   Most recent reading: 2.81 FT /    3614 CFS  AT  09:45 AM.

Rogue River - at Grants Pass
   Most recent reading: 3.62 FT /    4135 CFS  AT  09:15 AM.

Applegate River - near Applegate
   Most recent reading: 2.83 FT /     725 CFS  AT  09:15 AM.

Applegate River - at Wilderville
   Most recent reading: 3.69 FT /    1237 CFS  AT  09:15 AM.

Illinois River - near Kerby
   Most recent reading: 6.89 FT /    1938 CFS  AT  09:45 AM.

Rogue River - near Agness
   Most recent reading: 6.14 FT /    8439 CFS  AT  09:30 AM.

South Umpqua River - at Tiller
   Most recent reading: 4.32 FT /    1802 CFS  AT  09:30 AM.

Cow Creek - near Riddle
   Most recent reading: 3.63 FT /    1384 CFS  AT  09:30 AM.

South Umpqua River - at    Riddle
   Most recent reading: 6.21 FT /    3358 CFS  AT  08:00 AM.

South Umpqua River - near Winston
   Most recent reading: 7.91 FT /    4382 CFS  AT  09:15 AM.

Deer Creek - at Roseburg
   Most recent reading: 3.65 FT /     149 CFS  AT  09:00 AM.

South Umpqua River - at Roseburg
   Most recent reading: 7.78 FT /    4572 CFS  AT  08:30 AM.

North Umpqua River - near Winchester
   Most recent reading: 4.86 FT /    5049 CFS  AT  09:30 AM.

Elk Creek - near Drain
   Most recent reading: 2.60 FT /     232 CFS  AT  08:15 AM.

Umpqua River - near Elkton
   Most recent reading: 7.99 FT /    9989 CFS  AT  09:15 AM.

Umpqua River - at   Reedsport
   Most recent reading: 11.46 FT AT 09:00 AM.

South Fork Coquille - at Myrtle Point
   Most recent reading: 9.66 FT /    2177 CFS  AT  09:15 AM.

North Fork Coquille - near Myrtle Point
   Most recent reading: 10.76 FT /    1171 CFS  AT  09:45 AM.

Coquille River - at Coquille
   Most recent reading: 9.51 FT /    3451 CFS  AT  08:30 AM.

Sprague River - near Beatty
   Most recent reading: 3.07 FT /     219 CFS  AT  09:15 AM.


For the latest river stages and forecasts, visit our web page at
www.weather.gov/medford or listen to noaa weather radio.





000
FGUS86 KSTO 071400
RVSSTO

DELTA TIDE FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE / CALIFORNIA-NEVADA RFC / SACRAMENTO CA
CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES / SACRAMENTO CA
600 AM PLT SUN FEB 07 2016

NEXT ISSUANCE: MONDAY, FEBRUARY 08, 2016 AT 9AM PLT



ALL LOCATIONS ARE EXPECTED TO REMAIN BELOW CRITICAL LEVELS

*********************************************************************
SPECIAL NOTES-

*********************************************************************
      RIO VISTA                   ANTIOCH
       [RVBC1]                    [ATIC1]
      SUN 02/07                  SUN 02/07
  8 30  AM       3.6         7 45  AM       3.2
  2 30  PM       6.7         1 45  PM       6.4
 10 30  PM       2.1         9 45  PM       1.6
      MON 02/08                  MON 02/08
  4 15  AM       5.6         3 45  AM       5.2
  9 30  AM       3.4         8 45  AM       3.1
  3 15  PM       6.8         2 45  PM       6.6
 11 00  PM       2.2        10 15  PM       1.7
      TUE 02/09                  TUE 02/09
  5 00  AM       5.9         4 15  AM       5.5
 10 15  AM       3.4         9 30  AM       3.0
  4 15  PM       6.7         3 30  PM       6.5

    MALLARD ISLAND             VENICE ISLAND
       [MLIC1]                    [VNCC1]
      SUN 02/07                  SUN 02/07
  7 00  AM       2.8        10 00  AM       3.7
  1 15  PM       6.3         4 15  PM       6.5
  9 00  PM       1.0        11 45  PM       2.6
      MON 02/08                  MON 02/08
  3 00  AM       5.0         6 00  AM       4.9
  8 00  AM       2.7        10 45  AM       3.7
  2 00  PM       6.5         5 00  PM       6.5
  9 30  PM       1.1
      TUE 02/09                  TUE 02/09
  3 30  AM       5.2        12 30  AM       2.7
  8 45  AM       2.6         6 30  AM       5.1
  2 45  PM       6.5        11 45  AM       3.6
                             5 45  PM       6.5

   I STREET BRIDGE
       [SACC1]
      SUN 02/07
  7 15  AM       6.5
  1 45  PM       5.9
  7 00  PM       6.3
      MON 02/08
  4 30  AM       5.3
  8 00  AM       5.9
  2 30  PM       5.3
  7 45  PM       6.0
      TUE 02/09
  5 00  AM       4.9
  8 30  AM       5.7
  3 15  PM       5.0

ALL THOSE AFFECTED BY RIVER CONDITIONS SHOULD REMAIN ALERT FOR
RAPID CHANGES AND FOR POSSIBLE FORECAST REVISIONS.

AJM

.AR SACC1 20160207 DH1300/DC201602071400/HG        6.4 :OBSERVED
.AR SACC1 20160207 DH1515/DC201602071400/HGIFZZZ   6.5
.AR SACC1 20160207 DH2145/DC201602071400/HGIFZZZ   5.9
.AR SACC1 20160208 DH0300/DC201602071400/HGIFZZZ   6.3
.AR SACC1 20160208 DH1230/DC201602071400/HGIFZZZ   5.3
.AR SACC1 20160208 DH1600/DC201602071400/HGIFZZZ   5.9
.AR SACC1 20160208 DH2230/DC201602071400/HGIFZZZ   5.3
.AR SACC1 20160209 DH0345/DC201602071400/HGIFZZZ   6.0
.AR SACC1 20160209 DH1300/DC201602071400/HGIFZZZ   4.9
.AR SACC1 20160209 DH1630/DC201602071400/HGIFZZZ   5.7
.AR SACC1 20160209 DH2315/DC201602071400/HGIFZZZ   5.0
.AR VNCC1 20160207 DH1245/DC201602071400/HG        5.2 :OBSERVED
.AR VNCC1 20160207 DH1800/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   3.7
.AR VNCC1 20160208 DH0015/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   6.5
.AR VNCC1 20160208 DH0745/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   2.6
.AR VNCC1 20160208 DH1400/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   4.9
.AR VNCC1 20160208 DH1845/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   3.7
.AR VNCC1 20160209 DH0100/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   6.5
.AR VNCC1 20160209 DH0830/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   2.7
.AR VNCC1 20160209 DH1430/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   5.1
.AR VNCC1 20160209 DH1945/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   3.6
.AR VNCC1 20160210 DH0145/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   6.5
.AR MLIC1 20160207 DH1245/DC201602071400/HG        3.7 :OBSERVED
.AR MLIC1 20160207 DH1500/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   2.8
.AR MLIC1 20160207 DH2115/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   6.3
.AR MLIC1 20160208 DH0500/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   1.0
.AR MLIC1 20160208 DH1100/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   5.0
.AR MLIC1 20160208 DH1600/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   2.7
.AR MLIC1 20160208 DH2200/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   6.5
.AR MLIC1 20160209 DH0530/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   1.1
.AR MLIC1 20160209 DH1130/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   5.2
.AR MLIC1 20160209 DH1645/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   2.6
.AR MLIC1 20160209 DH2245/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   6.5
.AR ATIC1 20160207 DH1315/DC201602071400/HG        4.0 :OBSERVED
.AR ATIC1 20160207 DH1545/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   3.2
.AR ATIC1 20160207 DH2145/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   6.4
.AR ATIC1 20160208 DH0545/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   1.6
.AR ATIC1 20160208 DH1145/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   5.2
.AR ATIC1 20160208 DH1645/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   3.1
.AR ATIC1 20160208 DH2245/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   6.6
.AR ATIC1 20160209 DH0615/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   1.7
.AR ATIC1 20160209 DH1215/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   5.5
.AR ATIC1 20160209 DH1730/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   3.0
.AR ATIC1 20160209 DH2330/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   6.5
.AR RVBC1 20160207 DH1330/DC201602071400/HG        4.7 :OBSERVED
.AR RVBC1 20160207 DH1630/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   3.6
.AR RVBC1 20160207 DH2230/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   6.7
.AR RVBC1 20160208 DH0630/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   2.1
.AR RVBC1 20160208 DH1215/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   5.6
.AR RVBC1 20160208 DH1730/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   3.4
.AR RVBC1 20160208 DH2315/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   6.8
.AR RVBC1 20160209 DH0700/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   2.2
.AR RVBC1 20160209 DH1300/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   5.9
.AR RVBC1 20160209 DH1815/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   3.4
.AR RVBC1 20160210 DH0015/DC201602071400/HGIFEZZ   6.7

$$




000
SRUS46 KMFR 071215
RVAMFR


HYDROLOGIC STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MEDFORD OR
415 AM PST SUN FEB 7 2016

Elk Creek   - near Trail
   Most recent reading: 4.49 FT /     364 CFS  AT  03:30 AM.

Rogue River - at Eagle Point
   Most recent reading: 3.82 FT /    2988 CFS  AT  03:15 AM.

Bear Creek - at Medford
   Most recent reading: 3.30 FT /     170 CFS  AT  03:15 AM.

Rogue River - below Gold Ray
   Most recent reading: 2.82 FT /    3630 CFS  AT  03:45 AM.

Rogue River - at Grants Pass
   Most recent reading: 3.68 FT /    4225 CFS  AT  03:15 AM.

Applegate River - near Applegate
   Most recent reading: 2.84 FT /     730 CFS  AT  03:15 AM.

Applegate River - at Wilderville
   Most recent reading: 3.71 FT /    1252 CFS  AT  03:15 AM.

Illinois River - near Kerby
   Most recent reading: 6.97 FT /    1982 CFS  AT  03:45 AM.

Rogue River - near Agness
   Most recent reading: 6.23 FT /    8675 CFS  AT  03:30 AM.

South Umpqua River - at Tiller
   Most recent reading: 4.27 FT /    1763 CFS  AT  03:30 AM.

Cow Creek - near Riddle
   Most recent reading: 3.66 FT /    1405 CFS  AT  03:30 AM.

South Umpqua River - at    Riddle
   Most recent reading: 6.13 FT /    3219 CFS  AT  01:30 AM.

South Umpqua River - near Winston
   Most recent reading: 7.90 FT /    4364 CFS  AT  03:15 AM.

Deer Creek - at Roseburg
   Most recent reading: 3.68 FT /     151 CFS  AT  03:00 AM.

South Umpqua River - at Roseburg
   Most recent reading: 7.78 FT /    4572 CFS  AT  02:30 AM.

North Umpqua River - near Winchester
   Most recent reading: 4.81 FT /    4943 CFS  AT  03:30 AM.

Elk Creek - near Drain
   Most recent reading: 2.65 FT /     241 CFS  AT  02:15 AM.

Umpqua River - near Elkton
   Most recent reading: 7.96 FT /    9911 CFS  AT  03:15 AM.

Umpqua River - at   Reedsport
   Most recent reading: 9.89 FT AT 03:00 AM.

South Fork Coquille - at Myrtle Point
   Most recent reading: 9.90 FT /    2264 CFS  AT  03:15 AM.

North Fork Coquille - near Myrtle Point
   Most recent reading: 10.98 FT /    1207 CFS  AT  03:45 AM.

Coquille River - at Coquille
   Most recent reading: 10.38 FT /    3576 CFS  AT  03:30 AM.

Sprague River - near Beatty
   Most recent reading: 3.03 FT /     210 CFS  AT  03:15 AM.


For the latest river stages and forecasts, visit our web page at
www.weather.gov/medford or listen to noaa weather radio.





000
SRUS46 KMFR 070615
RVAMFR


HYDROLOGIC STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MEDFORD OR
1015 PM PST SAT FEB 6 2016

Elk Creek   - near Trail
   Most recent reading: 4.44 FT /     351 CFS  AT  09:30 PM.

Rogue River - at Eagle Point
   Most recent reading: 3.84 FT /    3030 CFS  AT  09:15 PM.

Bear Creek - at Medford
   Most recent reading: 3.29 FT /     167 CFS  AT  09:15 PM.

Rogue River - below Gold Ray
   Most recent reading: 2.88 FT /    3731 CFS  AT  09:45 PM.

Rogue River - at Grants Pass
   Most recent reading: 3.77 FT /    4360 CFS  AT  09:15 PM.

Applegate River - near Applegate
   Most recent reading: 2.84 FT /     730 CFS  AT  09:15 PM.

Applegate River - at Wilderville
   Most recent reading: 3.79 FT /    1321 CFS  AT  09:15 PM.

Illinois River - near Kerby
   Most recent reading: 7.03 FT /    2016 CFS  AT  09:45 PM.

Rogue River - near Agness
   Most recent reading: 6.30 FT /    8856 CFS  AT  09:30 PM.

South Umpqua River - at Tiller
   Most recent reading: 4.12 FT /    1644 CFS  AT  09:30 PM.

Cow Creek - near Riddle
   Most recent reading: 3.67 FT /    1412 CFS  AT  09:30 PM.

South Umpqua River - at    Riddle
   Most recent reading: 6.11 FT /    3184 CFS  AT  07:30 PM.

South Umpqua River - near Winston
   Most recent reading: 7.87 FT /    4309 CFS  AT  09:15 PM.

Deer Creek - at Roseburg
   Most recent reading: 3.72 FT /     155 CFS  AT  09:00 PM.

South Umpqua River - at Roseburg
   Most recent reading: 7.71 FT /    4420 CFS  AT  08:30 PM.

North Umpqua River - near Winchester
   Most recent reading: 4.79 FT /    4900 CFS  AT  09:30 PM.

Elk Creek - near Drain
   Most recent reading: 2.72 FT /     252 CFS  AT  08:15 PM.

Umpqua River - near Elkton
   Most recent reading: 8.04 FT /   10120 CFS  AT  09:15 PM.

Umpqua River - at   Reedsport
   Most recent reading: 8.46 FT AT 09:00 PM.

South Fork Coquille - at Myrtle Point
   Most recent reading: 9.98 FT /    2294 CFS  AT  09:15 PM.

North Fork Coquille - near Myrtle Point
   Most recent reading: 11.18 FT /    1242 CFS  AT  09:45 PM.

Coquille River - at Coquille
   Most recent reading: 9.31 FT /    3431 CFS  AT  09:30 PM.

Sprague River - near Beatty
   Most recent reading: 3.03 FT /     210 CFS  AT  09:15 PM.


For the latest river stages and forecasts, visit our web page at
www.weather.gov/medford or listen to noaa weather radio.





000
SRUS46 KMFR 070615
RVAMFR


HYDROLOGIC STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MEDFORD OR
1015 PM PST SAT FEB 6 2016

Elk Creek   - near Trail
   Most recent reading: 4.44 FT /     351 CFS  AT  09:30 PM.

Rogue River - at Eagle Point
   Most recent reading: 3.84 FT /    3030 CFS  AT  09:15 PM.

Bear Creek - at Medford
   Most recent reading: 3.29 FT /     167 CFS  AT  09:15 PM.

Rogue River - below Gold Ray
   Most recent reading: 2.88 FT /    3731 CFS  AT  09:45 PM.

Rogue River - at Grants Pass
   Most recent reading: 3.77 FT /    4360 CFS  AT  09:15 PM.

Applegate River - near Applegate
   Most recent reading: 2.84 FT /     730 CFS  AT  09:15 PM.

Applegate River - at Wilderville
   Most recent reading: 3.79 FT /    1321 CFS  AT  09:15 PM.

Illinois River - near Kerby
   Most recent reading: 7.03 FT /    2016 CFS  AT  09:45 PM.

Rogue River - near Agness
   Most recent reading: 6.30 FT /    8856 CFS  AT  09:30 PM.

South Umpqua River - at Tiller
   Most recent reading: 4.12 FT /    1644 CFS  AT  09:30 PM.

Cow Creek - near Riddle
   Most recent reading: 3.67 FT /    1412 CFS  AT  09:30 PM.

South Umpqua River - at    Riddle
   Most recent reading: 6.11 FT /    3184 CFS  AT  07:30 PM.

South Umpqua River - near Winston
   Most recent reading: 7.87 FT /    4309 CFS  AT  09:15 PM.

Deer Creek - at Roseburg
   Most recent reading: 3.72 FT /     155 CFS  AT  09:00 PM.

South Umpqua River - at Roseburg
   Most recent reading: 7.71 FT /    4420 CFS  AT  08:30 PM.

North Umpqua River - near Winchester
   Most recent reading: 4.79 FT /    4900 CFS  AT  09:30 PM.

Elk Creek - near Drain
   Most recent reading: 2.72 FT /     252 CFS  AT  08:15 PM.

Umpqua River - near Elkton
   Most recent reading: 8.04 FT /   10120 CFS  AT  09:15 PM.

Umpqua River - at   Reedsport
   Most recent reading: 8.46 FT AT 09:00 PM.

South Fork Coquille - at Myrtle Point
   Most recent reading: 9.98 FT /    2294 CFS  AT  09:15 PM.

North Fork Coquille - near Myrtle Point
   Most recent reading: 11.18 FT /    1242 CFS  AT  09:45 PM.

Coquille River - at Coquille
   Most recent reading: 9.31 FT /    3431 CFS  AT  09:30 PM.

Sprague River - near Beatty
   Most recent reading: 3.03 FT /     210 CFS  AT  09:15 PM.


For the latest river stages and forecasts, visit our web page at
www.weather.gov/medford or listen to noaa weather radio.





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