Gasconade River (Missouri), Hazelgreen (06928000)

StateMissouriLatestHigh (2150 cfs)
RiverGasconade RiverRatingObservedEstimated
Updated2024-06-14 23:15 (41 minutes ago)Flood - The river is flooding. Obstacles can be treacherous or deadly. The river should be avoided at this stage for casual trips and definitely for the inexperienced. Trips should be attempted only with protective gear and equipment.Flood(none)4795
Discharge2150 cfs (median: 569 cfs)High - The river is high and potentially dangerous, especially for the young and / or inexperienced. Normal stream obstacles are sometimes difficult to navigate. Extended distances can be attempted, but canoe travel may not be advisable.High1000921
Height4.39 feetGood - Conditions are ideal for a canoe or kayak. Boats typically will drag on fewer than one-quarter of riffles, if at all, and portages are unnecessary or rare. Normal float lengths can be attempted without a problem.Good200477
TrendFalling (falling over 24 hours)Low - River is low but can still be floated. Some riffles are okay but most come with significant dragging and might need a portage. Float lengths should be reduced to accommodate low flow, dragging, and portages.Low100220
USGSExternal icon USGS Site (External icon Duck Duck Go Maps)Poor - River is too low to float comfortably. Most or all riffles will drag or must be portaged and some obstacles (such as slick shelf rock) cause undue problems. Avoid the river at this stage for casual paddling trips.Poor(none)56

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Trips for Gasconade River (Missouri), Hazelgreen (06928000)

DateStartEndDistanceConditionDischargeHeightFishingDetails
Click for details2022-04-23 Buzzard Bluff Wilbur Allen Total trip distance: 7.2 miles7.2 High 3350 5.78 Fair GSF
LSF
RB
GSF, LSF, RB
Barton, Adam
Barton, Scott
Barton, Adam; Barton, Scott
Windy conditions (gusts over 40 mph) and the river being high made fishing conditions tough all day long. The hardest part was trying to keep the kayaks in place to make the proper casts. All the fish caught were in areas out of the wind and in slow current. Our target was smallmouth, but maybe the spawn is going on right now. Water temp was 64 degrees. There are a few tricky riffles through this section at this water level. A tree had recently fallen across near the take out and resulted in a minor portage. Most notably though, we saw hundreds of turtles along the way. One softshell turtle I saw had to be about the size of a manhole cover! Two bald eagles nest were spotted in large sycamores closed to Manes and we could see the males searching for additional food overhead.Windy conditions (gusts over 40 mph) and the river being high made fishing conditions tough all day long. The hardest part was trying to keep the kayaks in place to make the proper casts. All the fish caught were in areas out of the wind and in slow current. Our target was smallmouth, but maybe the spawn is going on right now. Water temp was 64 degrees. There are a few tricky riffles through this section at this water level. A tree had recently fallen across near the take out and resulted in a minor portage. Most notably though, we saw hundreds of turtles along the way. One softshell turtle I saw had to be about the size of a manhole cover! Two bald eagles nest were spotted in large sycamores closed to Manes and we could see the males searching for additional food overhead. USGS Gauge Data:
Hazelgreen (06928000)
Discharge: 3350
Height: 5.78
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Hazelgreen (06928000)<br />Discharge: 3350<br />Height: 5.78
Source: BartonSource: Barton
Click for details2019-05-27 Buzzard Bluff Wilbur Allen Total trip distance: 7.2 miles7.2 Good 2840 5.44 Great GSF
RB
SMB
GSF, RB, SMB
Bartlett, Joe
Bartlett, Renee
Edmond, Brian
Larsen, Lisa
Travers, Gina
Van Someren, Andrea
Van Someren, Tom
Bartlett, Joe; Bartlett, Renee; Edmond, Brian; Larsen, Lisa; Travers, Gina; Van Someren, Andrea; Van Someren, Tom
Although this was on the upper Gasconade, the river was already very large here. The first half of the trip consisted of some very large, slow pools punctuated with some good runs. The latter part of this trip was faster. After our lunch stop, we did find the perfect shady spot for a "rivercado" snack.Although this was on the upper Gasconade, the river was already very large here. The first half of the trip consisted of some very large, slow pools punctuated with some good runs. The latter part of this trip was faster. After our lunch stop, we did find the perfect shady spot for a USGS Gauge Data:
Hazelgreen (06928000)
Discharge: 2840
Height: 5.44
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Hazelgreen (06928000)<br />Discharge: 2840<br />Height: 5.44
Source: EdmondSource: Edmond
Click for details2016-10-23 Osage Fork Hazelgreen Total trip distance: 5.3 miles0.8 High 1090 3.16 Poor NoneNone Amburn, Andrea
Amburn, Matt
Edmond, Brian
Edmond, Julian
Van Someren, Tom
Amburn, Andrea; Amburn, Matt; Edmond, Brian; Edmond, Julian; Van Someren, Tom
The river was flowing and the water was murky. There were no obstacles in this short distance and canoe travel was fine. The level was high due to the massive rainfall event over the area last week (Wed night and Thu). I believe a long float just on the Gasconade could have been attempted at this level.The river was flowing and the water was murky. There were no obstacles in this short distance and canoe travel was fine. The level was high due to the massive rainfall event over the area last week (Wed night and Thu). I believe a long float just on the Gasconade could have been attempted at this level. USGS Gauge Data:
Hazelgreen (06928000)
Discharge: 1090
Height: 3.16
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Hazelgreen (06928000)<br />Discharge: 1090<br />Height: 3.16
Source: EdmondSource: Edmond
Click for details2010-06-12 Osage Fork Hazelgreen Total trip distance: 5.3 miles0.8 Good 616 2.48 None NoneNone Bowe, Michelle
Edmond, Alex
Edmond, Brian
Edmond, Joseph
Bowe, Michelle; Edmond, Alex; Edmond, Brian; Edmond, Joseph
No notes for this trip<i>No notes for this trip</i> USGS Gauge Data:
Hazelgreen (06928000)
Discharge: 616
Height: 2.48
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Hazelgreen (06928000)<br />Discharge: 616<br />Height: 2.48
Source: EdmondSource: Edmond
Click for details2018-09-15 Cave Lodge Ruby's Landing Total trip distance: 5.1 miles5.1 Good 443 1.88 Poor SMBSMB Edmond, BrianEdmond, Brian The Gasconade was falling from a recent moderate flooding event. The water was still pretty murky. The flow was moderate with many slow, still pools. The riffles were fine but rare. This part of the river was nice enough but not very scenic. I rode an old prisoner bus from Ruby's Landing to the put-in just upstream of Schlict Spring.The Gasconade was falling from a recent moderate flooding event. The water was still pretty murky. The flow was moderate with many slow, still pools. The riffles were fine but rare. This part of the river was nice enough but not very scenic. I rode an old prisoner bus from Ruby's Landing to the put-in just upstream of Schlict Spring. USGS Gauge Data:
Hazelgreen (06928000)
Discharge: 443
Height: 1.88
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Hazelgreen (06928000)<br />Discharge: 443<br />Height: 1.88
Source: EdmondSource: Edmond
Click for details2011-07-02 Osage Fork Hazelgreen Total trip distance: 14.5 miles0.8 Good 296 1.77 Great SMB
RB
GSF
LSF
BLG
SMB, RB, GSF, LSF, BLG
Fillmore, Brent
Fillmore, Brian
Fillmore, Rebecca
Fillmore, Brent; Fillmore, Brian; Fillmore, Rebecca
No notes for this trip<i>No notes for this trip</i> USGS Gauge Data:
Hazelgreen (06928000)
Discharge: 296
Height: 1.77
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Hazelgreen (06928000)<br />Discharge: 296<br />Height: 1.77
Source: FillmoreSource: Fillmore
Click for details2011-07-03 Hazelgreen MO 133 Total trip distance: 14.5 miles9.2 Good 282 1.72 Fair SMB
RB
GSF
LSF
BLG
SMB, RB, GSF, LSF, BLG
Fillmore, Brent
Fillmore, Brian
Fillmore, Rebecca
Fillmore, Tina
Wann, Denny
Wann, Mom
Fillmore, Brent; Fillmore, Brian; Fillmore, Rebecca; Fillmore, Tina; Wann, Denny; Wann, Mom
No notes for this trip<i>No notes for this trip</i> USGS Gauge Data:
Hazelgreen (06928000)
Discharge: 282
Height: 1.72
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Hazelgreen (06928000)<br />Discharge: 282<br />Height: 1.72
Source: FillmoreSource: Fillmore
Click for details2010-08-14 Gasconade Hills Resort Hazelgreen Total trip distance: 4.3 miles4.3 Good 143 1.23 Good SMB
RB
GSF
LSF
BLG
SMB, RB, GSF, LSF, BLG
Fillmore, Brent
Fillmore, Brian
Fillmore, Rebecca
Fillmore, Tina
Wann, Denny
Wann, Mom
Fillmore, Brent; Fillmore, Brian; Fillmore, Rebecca; Fillmore, Tina; Wann, Denny; Wann, Mom
No notes for this trip<i>No notes for this trip</i> USGS Gauge Data:
Hazelgreen (06928000)
Discharge: 143
Height: 1.23
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Hazelgreen (06928000)<br />Discharge: 143<br />Height: 1.23
Source: FillmoreSource: Fillmore
Click for details2006-08-20 Schlicht Spring MO 17 Total trip distance: 10.2 miles10.2 Poor 53 None NoneNone Edmond, Brian
Ince, Brianne
Edmond, Brian; Ince, Brianne
No notes for this trip<i>No notes for this trip</i> USGS Gauge Data:
Hazelgreen (06928000)
Discharge: 53
Height:
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Hazelgreen (06928000)<br />Discharge: 53<br />Height:
Source: EdmondSource: Edmond

A total of 9 rows are displayed.

Trip Summary for Gasconade River (Missouri), Hazelgreen (06928000)

Miles45.6
Trips8
People22
Dates9
Years7
Months7
Rows9
Sources3

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Gauge Data Table

ObservationHeightDischargeMaximum
Discharge
Minimum
Discharge
Mean
Discharge
P05P10P20P25P50
(Median)
P75P80P90P95
2024-06-14 23:15 4.39 2150 15700 (1935) 88 (1954) 1160 120 170 222 272 569 1210 1640 2200 4360
2024-06-14 22:15 4.42 2180 8250 (1935) 95 (1954) 1070 132 177 215 243 554 1090 1260 2990 3760
2024-06-14 21:15 4.44 2200 8250 (1935) 95 (1954) 1070 132 177 215 243 554 1090 1260 2990 3760
2024-06-14 20:15 4.45 2210 8250 (1935) 95 (1954) 1070 132 177 215 243 554 1090 1260 2990 3760
2024-06-14 19:15 4.48 2230 8250 (1935) 95 (1954) 1070 132 177 215 243 554 1090 1260 2990 3760
2024-06-14 18:15 4.52 2270 8250 (1935) 95 (1954) 1070 132 177 215 243 554 1090 1260 2990 3760
2024-06-14 17:15 4.54 2290 8250 (1935) 95 (1954) 1070 132 177 215 243 554 1090 1260 2990 3760
2024-06-14 16:15 4.56 2300 8250 (1935) 95 (1954) 1070 132 177 215 243 554 1090 1260 2990 3760
2024-06-14 15:15 4.58 2320 8250 (1935) 95 (1954) 1070 132 177 215 243 554 1090 1260 2990 3760
2024-06-14 14:15 4.61 2340 8250 (1935) 95 (1954) 1070 132 177 215 243 554 1090 1260 2990 3760
2024-06-14 13:15 4.62 2350 8250 (1935) 95 (1954) 1070 132 177 215 243 554 1090 1260 2990 3760
2024-06-14 12:15 4.65 2380 8250 (1935) 95 (1954) 1070 132 177 215 243 554 1090 1260 2990 3760
2024-06-14 11:15 4.66 2390 8250 (1935) 95 (1954) 1070 132 177 215 243 554 1090 1260 2990 3760
2024-06-14 10:15 4.69 2410 8250 (1935) 95 (1954) 1070 132 177 215 243 554 1090 1260 2990 3760
2024-06-14 09:15 4.70 2420 8250 (1935) 95 (1954) 1070 132 177 215 243 554 1090 1260 2990 3760
2024-06-14 08:15 4.72 2440 8250 (1935) 95 (1954) 1070 132 177 215 243 554 1090 1260 2990 3760
2024-06-14 07:15 4.74 2460 8250 (1935) 95 (1954) 1070 132 177 215 243 554 1090 1260 2990 3760
2024-06-14 06:15 4.76 2470 8250 (1935) 95 (1954) 1070 132 177 215 243 554 1090 1260 2990 3760
2024-06-14 05:15 4.80 2510 8250 (1935) 95 (1954) 1070 132 177 215 243 554 1090 1260 2990 3760
2024-06-14 04:15 4.80 2510 8250 (1935) 95 (1954) 1070 132 177 215 243 554 1090 1260 2990 3760
2024-06-14 03:15 4.81 2520 8250 (1935) 95 (1954) 1070 132 177 215 243 554 1090 1260 2990 3760
2024-06-14 02:15 4.85 2550 8250 (1935) 95 (1954) 1070 132 177 215 243 554 1090 1260 2990 3760
2024-06-14 01:15 4.87 2570 8250 (1935) 95 (1954) 1070 132 177 215 243 554 1090 1260 2990 3760
2024-06-14 00:15 4.91 2600 8250 (1935) 95 (1954) 1070 132 177 215 243 554 1090 1260 2990 3760
2024-06-13 23:15 4.93 2620 8250 (1935) 95 (1954) 1070 132 177 215 243 554 1090 1260 2990 3760
2024-06-13 22:15 4.97 2660 5970 (1942) 101 (1934) 917 118 180 219 258 483 931 1200 2660 3550
2024-06-13 21:15 5.00 2680 5970 (1942) 101 (1934) 917 118 180 219 258 483 931 1200 2660 3550
2024-06-13 20:15 5.02 2700 5970 (1942) 101 (1934) 917 118 180 219 258 483 931 1200 2660 3550
2024-06-13 19:15 5.05 2730 5970 (1942) 101 (1934) 917 118 180 219 258 483 931 1200 2660 3550
2024-06-13 18:15 5.10 2780 5970 (1942) 101 (1934) 917 118 180 219 258 483 931 1200 2660 3550
2024-06-13 17:15 5.12 2790 5970 (1942) 101 (1934) 917 118 180 219 258 483 931 1200 2660 3550
2024-06-13 16:15 5.16 2830 5970 (1942) 101 (1934) 917 118 180 219 258 483 931 1200 2660 3550
2024-06-13 15:15 5.20 2870 5970 (1942) 101 (1934) 917 118 180 219 258 483 931 1200 2660 3550
2024-06-13 14:15 5.23 2900 5970 (1942) 101 (1934) 917 118 180 219 258 483 931 1200 2660 3550
2024-06-13 13:15 5.25 2910 5970 (1942) 101 (1934) 917 118 180 219 258 483 931 1200 2660 3550
2024-06-13 12:15 5.29 2950 5970 (1942) 101 (1934) 917 118 180 219 258 483 931 1200 2660 3550
2024-06-13 11:15 5.33 2990 5970 (1942) 101 (1934) 917 118 180 219 258 483 931 1200 2660 3550
2024-06-13 10:15 5.36 3020 5970 (1942) 101 (1934) 917 118 180 219 258 483 931 1200 2660 3550
2024-06-13 09:15 5.40 3060 5970 (1942) 101 (1934) 917 118 180 219 258 483 931 1200 2660 3550
2024-06-13 08:15 5.42 3070 5970 (1942) 101 (1934) 917 118 180 219 258 483 931 1200 2660 3550
2024-06-13 07:15 5.45 3100 5970 (1942) 101 (1934) 917 118 180 219 258 483 931 1200 2660 3550
2024-06-13 06:15 5.50 3150 5970 (1942) 101 (1934) 917 118 180 219 258 483 931 1200 2660 3550
2024-06-13 05:15 5.53 3180 5970 (1942) 101 (1934) 917 118 180 219 258 483 931 1200 2660 3550
2024-06-13 04:15 5.57 3220 5970 (1942) 101 (1934) 917 118 180 219 258 483 931 1200 2660 3550
2024-06-13 03:15 5.61 3260 5970 (1942) 101 (1934) 917 118 180 219 258 483 931 1200 2660 3550
2024-06-13 02:15 5.65 3300 5970 (1942) 101 (1934) 917 118 180 219 258 483 931 1200 2660 3550
2024-06-13 01:15 5.69 3340 5970 (1942) 101 (1934) 917 118 180 219 258 483 931 1200 2660 3550
2024-06-13 00:15 5.73 3380 5970 (1942) 101 (1934) 917 118 180 219 258 483 931 1200 2660 3550
2024-06-12 23:15 5.79 3440 5970 (1942) 101 (1934) 917 118 180 219 258 483 931 1200 2660 3550
2024-06-12 22:15 5.84 3490 4740 (1949) 77 (1936) 944 120 177 231 264 480 878 1280 3600 4200
2024-06-12 21:15 5.88 3530 4740 (1949) 77 (1936) 944 120 177 231 264 480 878 1280 3600 4200
2024-06-12 20:15 5.94 3590 4740 (1949) 77 (1936) 944 120 177 231 264 480 878 1280 3600 4200
2024-06-12 19:15 6.00 3660 4740 (1949) 77 (1936) 944 120 177 231 264 480 878 1280 3600 4200
2024-06-12 18:15 6.06 3720 4740 (1949) 77 (1936) 944 120 177 231 264 480 878 1280 3600 4200
2024-06-12 17:15 6.12 3780 4740 (1949) 77 (1936) 944 120 177 231 264 480 878 1280 3600 4200
2024-06-12 16:15 6.19 3860 4740 (1949) 77 (1936) 944 120 177 231 264 480 878 1280 3600 4200
2024-06-12 15:15 6.25 3920 4740 (1949) 77 (1936) 944 120 177 231 264 480 878 1280 3600 4200
2024-06-12 14:15 6.31 3980 4740 (1949) 77 (1936) 944 120 177 231 264 480 878 1280 3600 4200
2024-06-12 13:15 6.37 4030 4740 (1949) 77 (1936) 944 120 177 231 264 480 878 1280 3600 4200
2024-06-12 12:15 6.44 4100 4740 (1949) 77 (1936) 944 120 177 231 264 480 878 1280 3600 4200
2024-06-12 11:15 6.50 4160 4740 (1949) 77 (1936) 944 120 177 231 264 480 878 1280 3600 4200
2024-06-12 10:15 6.57 4230 4740 (1949) 77 (1936) 944 120 177 231 264 480 878 1280 3600 4200
2024-06-12 09:15 6.64 4300 4740 (1949) 77 (1936) 944 120 177 231 264 480 878 1280 3600 4200
2024-06-12 08:15 6.70 4360 4740 (1949) 77 (1936) 944 120 177 231 264 480 878 1280 3600 4200
2024-06-12 07:15 6.77 4430 4740 (1949) 77 (1936) 944 120 177 231 264 480 878 1280 3600 4200
2024-06-12 06:15 6.84 4510 4740 (1949) 77 (1936) 944 120 177 231 264 480 878 1280 3600 4200
2024-06-12 05:15 6.93 4600 4740 (1949) 77 (1936) 944 120 177 231 264 480 878 1280 3600 4200
2024-06-12 04:15 7.03 4700 4740 (1949) 77 (1936) 944 120 177 231 264 480 878 1280 3600 4200
2024-06-12 03:15 7.11 4790 4740 (1949) 77 (1936) 944 120 177 231 264 480 878 1280 3600 4200
2024-06-12 02:15 7.22 4900 4740 (1949) 77 (1936) 944 120 177 231 264 480 878 1280 3600 4200
2024-06-12 01:15 7.32 5010 4740 (1949) 77 (1936) 944 120 177 231 264 480 878 1280 3600 4200
2024-06-12 00:15 7.43 5130 4740 (1949) 77 (1936) 944 120 177 231 264 480 878 1280 3600 4200
2024-06-11 23:15 7.53 5240 4740 (1949) 77 (1936) 944 120 177 231 264 480 878 1280 3600 4200
2024-06-11 22:15 7.66 5380 10200 (1950) 79 (1936) 1080 126 189 239 268 483 943 1170 2590 5440
2024-06-11 21:15 7.82 5560 10200 (1950) 79 (1936) 1080 126 189 239 268 483 943 1170 2590 5440
2024-06-11 20:15 7.98 5740 10200 (1950) 79 (1936) 1080 126 189 239 268 483 943 1170 2590 5440
2024-06-11 19:15 8.16 5940 10200 (1950) 79 (1936) 1080 126 189 239 268 483 943 1170 2590 5440
2024-06-11 18:15 8.38 6200 10200 (1950) 79 (1936) 1080 126 189 239 268 483 943 1170 2590 5440
2024-06-11 17:15 8.68 6550 10200 (1950) 79 (1936) 1080 126 189 239 268 483 943 1170 2590 5440
2024-06-11 16:15 9.03 7010 10200 (1950) 79 (1936) 1080 126 189 239 268 483 943 1170 2590 5440
2024-06-11 15:15 9.52 7700 10200 (1950) 79 (1936) 1080 126 189 239 268 483 943 1170 2590 5440
2024-06-11 14:15 10.16 8630 10200 (1950) 79 (1936) 1080 126 189 239 268 483 943 1170 2590 5440
2024-06-11 13:15 10.94 9840 10200 (1950) 79 (1936) 1080 126 189 239 268 483 943 1170 2590 5440
2024-06-11 12:15 11.86 11300 10200 (1950) 79 (1936) 1080 126 189 239 268 483 943 1170 2590 5440
2024-06-11 11:15 12.82 13000 10200 (1950) 79 (1936) 1080 126 189 239 268 483 943 1170 2590 5440
2024-06-11 10:15 13.78 14800 10200 (1950) 79 (1936) 1080 126 189 239 268 483 943 1170 2590 5440
2024-06-11 09:15 14.75 16600 10200 (1950) 79 (1936) 1080 126 189 239 268 483 943 1170 2590 5440
2024-06-11 08:15 15.71 18600 10200 (1950) 79 (1936) 1080 126 189 239 268 483 943 1170 2590 5440
2024-06-11 07:15 16.66 20600 10200 (1950) 79 (1936) 1080 126 189 239 268 483 943 1170 2590 5440
2024-06-11 06:15 17.57 22600 10200 (1950) 79 (1936) 1080 126 189 239 268 483 943 1170 2590 5440
2024-06-11 05:15 18.47 24600 10200 (1950) 79 (1936) 1080 126 189 239 268 483 943 1170 2590 5440
2024-06-11 04:15 19.31 26600 10200 (1950) 79 (1936) 1080 126 189 239 268 483 943 1170 2590 5440
2024-06-11 03:15 20.15 28600 10200 (1950) 79 (1936) 1080 126 189 239 268 483 943 1170 2590 5440
2024-06-11 02:15 20.97 30900 10200 (1950) 79 (1936) 1080 126 189 239 268 483 943 1170 2590 5440
2024-06-11 01:15 21.79 33500 10200 (1950) 79 (1936) 1080 126 189 239 268 483 943 1170 2590 5440
2024-06-11 00:15 22.57 36000 10200 (1950) 79 (1936) 1080 126 189 239 268 483 943 1170 2590 5440
2024-06-10 23:15 23.28 38400 10200 (1950) 79 (1936) 1080 126 189 239 268 483 943 1170 2590 5440
2024-06-10 22:15 23.86 40400 18900 (2020) 83 (1936) 1140 130 193 244 274 497 957 1220 2200 3590
2024-06-10 21:15 24.32 42000 18900 (2020) 83 (1936) 1140 130 193 244 274 497 957 1220 2200 3590
2024-06-10 20:15 24.61 43100 18900 (2020) 83 (1936) 1140 130 193 244 274 497 957 1220 2200 3590
2024-06-10 19:15 24.75 43600 18900 (2020) 83 (1936) 1140 130 193 244 274 497 957 1220 2200 3590
2024-06-10 18:15 24.76 43600 18900 (2020) 83 (1936) 1140 130 193 244 274 497 957 1220 2200 3590
2024-06-10 17:15 24.60 43000 18900 (2020) 83 (1936) 1140 130 193 244 274 497 957 1220 2200 3590
2024-06-10 16:15 24.27 41900 18900 (2020) 83 (1936) 1140 130 193 244 274 497 957 1220 2200 3590
2024-06-10 15:15 23.75 40000 18900 (2020) 83 (1936) 1140 130 193 244 274 497 957 1220 2200 3590
2024-06-10 14:15 23.10 37800 18900 (2020) 83 (1936) 1140 130 193 244 274 497 957 1220 2200 3590
2024-06-10 13:15 22.26 35000 18900 (2020) 83 (1936) 1140 130 193 244 274 497 957 1220 2200 3590
2024-06-10 12:15 21.33 32000 18900 (2020) 83 (1936) 1140 130 193 244 274 497 957 1220 2200 3590
2024-06-10 11:15 20.31 29000 18900 (2020) 83 (1936) 1140 130 193 244 274 497 957 1220 2200 3590
2024-06-10 10:15 19.21 26300 18900 (2020) 83 (1936) 1140 130 193 244 274 497 957 1220 2200 3590
2024-06-10 09:15 18.23 24100 18900 (2020) 83 (1936) 1140 130 193 244 274 497 957 1220 2200 3590
2024-06-10 08:15 17.30 22000 18900 (2020) 83 (1936) 1140 130 193 244 274 497 957 1220 2200 3590
2024-06-10 07:15 16.48 20200 18900 (2020) 83 (1936) 1140 130 193 244 274 497 957 1220 2200 3590
2024-06-10 06:15 15.76 18700 18900 (2020) 83 (1936) 1140 130 193 244 274 497 957 1220 2200 3590
2024-06-10 05:15 15.13 17400 18900 (2020) 83 (1936) 1140 130 193 244 274 497 957 1220 2200 3590
2024-06-10 04:15 14.54 16200 18900 (2020) 83 (1936) 1140 130 193 244 274 497 957 1220 2200 3590
2024-06-10 03:15 14.03 15200 18900 (2020) 83 (1936) 1140 130 193 244 274 497 957 1220 2200 3590
2024-06-10 02:15 13.52 14300 18900 (2020) 83 (1936) 1140 130 193 244 274 497 957 1220 2200 3590
2024-06-10 01:15 13.05 13400 18900 (2020) 83 (1936) 1140 130 193 244 274 497 957 1220 2200 3590
2024-06-10 00:15 12.59 12600 18900 (2020) 83 (1936) 1140 130 193 244 274 497 957 1220 2200 3590
2024-06-09 23:15 12.08 11700 18900 (2020) 83 (1936) 1140 130 193 244 274 497 957 1220 2200 3590
2024-06-09 22:15 11.55 10800 7540 (2020) 81 (1936) 969 128 191 236 253 510 988 1170 2470 3700
2024-06-09 21:15 10.98 9900 7540 (2020) 81 (1936) 969 128 191 236 253 510 988 1170 2470 3700
2024-06-09 20:15 10.38 8970 7540 (2020) 81 (1936) 969 128 191 236 253 510 988 1170 2470 3700
2024-06-09 19:15 9.77 8060 7540 (2020) 81 (1936) 969 128 191 236 253 510 988 1170 2470 3700
2024-06-09 18:15 9.21 7260 7540 (2020) 81 (1936) 969 128 191 236 253 510 988 1170 2470 3700
2024-06-09 17:15 8.70 6580 7540 (2020) 81 (1936) 969 128 191 236 253 510 988 1170 2470 3700
2024-06-09 16:15 8.23 6020 7540 (2020) 81 (1936) 969 128 191 236 253 510 988 1170 2470 3700
2024-06-09 15:15 7.82 5560 7540 (2020) 81 (1936) 969 128 191 236 253 510 988 1170 2470 3700
2024-06-09 14:15 7.39 5080 7540 (2020) 81 (1936) 969 128 191 236 253 510 988 1170 2470 3700
2024-06-09 13:15 6.91 4580 7540 (2020) 81 (1936) 969 128 191 236 253 510 988 1170 2470 3700
2024-06-09 12:15 6.53 4190 7540 (2020) 81 (1936) 969 128 191 236 253 510 988 1170 2470 3700
2024-06-09 11:15 6.48 4140 7540 (2020) 81 (1936) 969 128 191 236 253 510 988 1170 2470 3700
2024-06-09 10:15 6.47 4130 7540 (2020) 81 (1936) 969 128 191 236 253 510 988 1170 2470 3700
2024-06-09 09:15 6.22 3890 7540 (2020) 81 (1936) 969 128 191 236 253 510 988 1170 2470 3700
2024-06-09 08:15 5.81 3460 7540 (2020) 81 (1936) 969 128 191 236 253 510 988 1170 2470 3700
2024-06-09 07:15 5.45 3100 7540 (2020) 81 (1936) 969 128 191 236 253 510 988 1170 2470 3700
2024-06-09 06:15 4.94 2630 7540 (2020) 81 (1936) 969 128 191 236 253 510 988 1170 2470 3700
2024-06-09 05:15 4.11 1910 7540 (2020) 81 (1936) 969 128 191 236 253 510 988 1170 2470 3700
2024-06-09 04:15 3.70 1570 7540 (2020) 81 (1936) 969 128 191 236 253 510 988 1170 2470 3700
2024-06-09 03:15 3.54 1450 7540 (2020) 81 (1936) 969 128 191 236 253 510 988 1170 2470 3700
2024-06-09 02:15 3.53 1440 7540 (2020) 81 (1936) 969 128 191 236 253 510 988 1170 2470 3700
2024-06-09 01:15 3.54 1450 7540 (2020) 81 (1936) 969 128 191 236 253 510 988 1170 2470 3700
2024-06-09 00:15 3.58 1480 7540 (2020) 81 (1936) 969 128 191 236 253 510 988 1170 2470 3700
2024-06-08 23:15 3.60 1490 7540 (2020) 81 (1936) 969 128 191 236 253 510 988 1170 2470 3700
2024-06-08 22:15 3.59 1490 10500 (1935) 91 (1936) 976 133 199 240 266 543 997 1250 1970 3220
2024-06-08 21:15 3.56 1460 10500 (1935) 91 (1936) 976 133 199 240 266 543 997 1250 1970 3220
2024-06-08 20:15 3.56 1460 10500 (1935) 91 (1936) 976 133 199 240 266 543 997 1250 1970 3220
2024-06-08 19:15 3.56 1460 10500 (1935) 91 (1936) 976 133 199 240 266 543 997 1250 1970 3220
2024-06-08 18:15 3.52 1430 10500 (1935) 91 (1936) 976 133 199 240 266 543 997 1250 1970 3220
2024-06-08 17:15 3.54 1450 10500 (1935) 91 (1936) 976 133 199 240 266 543 997 1250 1970 3220
2024-06-08 16:15 3.55 1460 10500 (1935) 91 (1936) 976 133 199 240 266 543 997 1250 1970 3220
2024-06-08 15:15 3.56 1460 10500 (1935) 91 (1936) 976 133 199 240 266 543 997 1250 1970 3220
2024-06-08 14:15 3.58 1480 10500 (1935) 91 (1936) 976 133 199 240 266 543 997 1250 1970 3220
2024-06-08 13:15 3.60 1490 10500 (1935) 91 (1936) 976 133 199 240 266 543 997 1250 1970 3220
2024-06-08 12:15 3.61 1500 10500 (1935) 91 (1936) 976 133 199 240 266 543 997 1250 1970 3220
2024-06-08 11:15 3.64 1520 10500 (1935) 91 (1936) 976 133 199 240 266 543 997 1250 1970 3220
2024-06-08 10:15 3.64 1520 10500 (1935) 91 (1936) 976 133 199 240 266 543 997 1250 1970 3220
2024-06-08 09:15 3.64 1520 10500 (1935) 91 (1936) 976 133 199 240 266 543 997 1250 1970 3220
2024-06-08 08:15 3.66 1540 10500 (1935) 91 (1936) 976 133 199 240 266 543 997 1250 1970 3220
2024-06-08 07:15 3.68 1560 10500 (1935) 91 (1936) 976 133 199 240 266 543 997 1250 1970 3220
2024-06-08 06:15 3.70 1570 10500 (1935) 91 (1936) 976 133 199 240 266 543 997 1250 1970 3220
2024-06-08 05:15 3.71 1580 10500 (1935) 91 (1936) 976 133 199 240 266 543 997 1250 1970 3220
2024-06-08 04:15 3.73 1590 10500 (1935) 91 (1936) 976 133 199 240 266 543 997 1250 1970 3220
2024-06-08 03:15 3.73 1590 10500 (1935) 91 (1936) 976 133 199 240 266 543 997 1250 1970 3220
2024-06-08 02:15 3.75 1610 10500 (1935) 91 (1936) 976 133 199 240 266 543 997 1250 1970 3220
2024-06-08 01:15 3.77 1630 10500 (1935) 91 (1936) 976 133 199 240 266 543 997 1250 1970 3220
2024-06-08 00:15 3.79 1640 10500 (1935) 91 (1936) 976 133 199 240 266 543 997 1250 1970 3220
2024-06-07 23:15 3.81 1660 10500 (1935) 91 (1936) 976 133 199 240 266 543 997 1250 1970 3220

A total of 169 rows are displayed for years 1929 through 2023.