James River (Missouri), Springfield (07050700)

StateMissouriLatestPoor (65 cfs)
RiverJames RiverRatingObservedEstimated
Updated2020-10-21 8:00 (47 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.Flood14001009
Discharge65 cfs (median: 29 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.High(none)382
Height4.35 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.Good150168
TrendRising (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.Low4084
USGSExternal icon USGS Site (External icon Google 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)20

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Trips for James River (Missouri), Springfield (07050700)

DateStartEndDistanceConditionDischargeHeightFishingDetails
Click for details2015-07-12 Southwood Lake Springfield Park Total trip distance: 2.1 miles2.1 Good 1390 7.83 None NoneNone Edmond, Brian
Edmond, Julian
Williamson, Amelia
Williamson, Charlie
Williamson, Lucy
Williamson, Myki
Edmond, Brian; Edmond, Julian; Williamson, Amelia; Williamson, Charlie; Williamson, Lucy; Williamson, Myki
Although this trip was technically in the lake, we shuttled a vehicle to the park to take advantage of the slight current coming in with the flooded James River.Although this trip was technically in the lake, we shuttled a vehicle to the park to take advantage of the slight current coming in with the flooded James River. USGS Gauge Data:
Springfield (07050700)
Discharge: 1390
Height: 7.83
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Springfield (07050700)<br />Discharge: 1390<br />Height: 7.83
Source: EdmondSource: Edmond
Click for details2019-06-19 Hwy 65 Access Southwood Total trip distance: 4.5 miles4.5 Good 448 5.94 Poor NoneNone Van Someren, TomVan Someren, Tom Having floated some of the James above Kinser Bridge, I always wanted to know what the section below Kinser (to Lake Springfield) consisted of. I can now say the 3 miles of stream contained in this section are not worth doing. Having paddled upstream for 2 miles there wasn't one moment where I couldn't hear the drone of traffic noise along highway 65 and / or highway 60. If the DOJ is the McDonald's of rivers, this section should be designated as the White Castle section, simply because it's along a major highway and can only appeal to the lowest common denominator of outdoor activities.Having floated some of the James above Kinser Bridge, I always wanted to know what the section below Kinser (to Lake Springfield) consisted of. I can now say the 3 miles of stream contained in this section are not worth doing. Having paddled upstream for 2 miles there wasn't one moment where I couldn't hear the drone of traffic noise along highway 65 and / or highway 60. If the DOJ is the McDonald's of rivers, this section should be designated as the White Castle section, simply because it's along a major highway and can only appeal to the lowest common denominator of outdoor activities. USGS Gauge Data:
Springfield (07050700)
Discharge: 448
Height: 5.94
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Springfield (07050700)<br />Discharge: 448<br />Height: 5.94
Source: Van SomerenSource: Van Someren
Click for details2020-01-27 Southwood Southwood Total trip distance: 1.0 miles1.0 Good 388 5.86 None NoneNone Bartlett, ReneeBartlett, Renee With my normal Monday activities sidelined, it was a perfect weather day to get on the water. I paddled up to the Nature Center and back. I was the only one on the water and other than the constant noise of US 65, it was a quiet trip.With my normal Monday activities sidelined, it was a perfect weather day to get on the water. I paddled up to the Nature Center and back. I was the only one on the water and other than the constant noise of US 65, it was a quiet trip. USGS Gauge Data:
Springfield (07050700)
Discharge: 388
Height: 5.86
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Springfield (07050700)<br />Discharge: 388<br />Height: 5.86
Source: BartlettSource: Bartlett
Click for details2015-08-16 Tailwaters Rivercut Total trip distance: 7.1 miles7.1 Good 224 5.07 None NoneNone Amburn, Andrea
Amburn, Matt
Coroleuski, Linda
Edmond, Brian
Van Someren, Cynthia
Van Someren, Tom
Williamson, Myki
Amburn, Andrea; Amburn, Matt; Coroleuski, Linda; Edmond, Brian; Van Someren, Cynthia; Van Someren, Tom; Williamson, Myki
The water level was fine for this trip, but we counted perhaps 6-8 obstacles that were technically challenging in a canoe or for an inexperienced kayaker. In several places, we had to help others or exit the boat to portage around or through particularly troublesome obstacles.The water level was fine for this trip, but we counted perhaps 6-8 obstacles that were technically challenging in a canoe or for an inexperienced kayaker. In several places, we had to help others or exit the boat to portage around or through particularly troublesome obstacles. USGS Gauge Data:
Springfield (07050700)
Discharge: 224
Height: 5.07
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Springfield (07050700)<br />Discharge: 224<br />Height: 5.07
Source: EdmondSource: Edmond
Click for details2019-06-16 Tailwaters Rivercut Total trip distance: 7.1 miles7.1 Good 115 4.63 None NoneNone Osborne, Cindy
Osborne, Jay
Osborne, Juniper
Osborne, Cindy; Osborne, Jay; Osborne, Juniper
The section was easy to navigate in our kayaks. It may have been a little tricky in a canoe. We did not have to stop, portage, or drag the kayaks at all. A couple spots were a little bit tricky but not bad. The take out near Rivercut is not the best access site but it does the job. Many fish were spotted but no rods brought on the trip. It is not the cleanest section of the James. Not a single other paddler seen but many fishermen at road crossings. Scenery was okay.The section was easy to navigate in our kayaks. It may have been a little tricky in a canoe. We did not have to stop, portage, or drag the kayaks at all. A couple spots were a little bit tricky but not bad. The take out near Rivercut is not the best access site but it does the job. Many fish were spotted but no rods brought on the trip. It is not the cleanest section of the James. Not a single other paddler seen but many fishermen at road crossings. Scenery was okay. USGS Gauge Data:
Springfield (07050700)
Discharge: 115
Height: 4.63
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Springfield (07050700)<br />Discharge: 115<br />Height: 4.63
Source: OsborneSource: Osborne
Click for details2020-08-30 Crighton Crighton Total trip distance: 1.1 miles1.1 Good 35 4.06 None NoneNone Bartlett, ReneeBartlett, Renee Late Afternoon solo float. While the water levels were decent in the area, the water wasn't moving as much as expected. This section was very stagnant, smelly, and overran with bugs. Floated from Joe Crighton to south of Farm Road 164 and back.Late Afternoon solo float. While the water levels were decent in the area, the water wasn't moving as much as expected. This section was very stagnant, smelly, and overran with bugs. Floated from Joe Crighton to south of Farm Road 164 and back. USGS Gauge Data:
Springfield (07050700)
Discharge: 35
Height: 4.06
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Springfield (07050700)<br />Discharge: 35<br />Height: 4.06
Source: BartlettSource: Bartlett
Click for details2012-09-02 Crighton Southwood Total trip distance: 3.2 miles3.2 Low 25 3.70 None NoneNone Bowe, Michelle
Edmond, Alex
Edmond, Brian
Edmond, Julian
Bowe, Michelle; Edmond, Alex; Edmond, Brian; Edmond, Julian
Some places could easily snag a boat and require some portage but most could be floated successfully. The last third of the trip was Lake Springfield.Some places could easily snag a boat and require some portage but most could be floated successfully.  The last third of the trip was Lake Springfield. USGS Gauge Data:
Springfield (07050700)
Discharge: 25
Height: 3.70
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Springfield (07050700)<br />Discharge: 25<br />Height: 3.70
Source: EdmondSource: Edmond

A total of 7 rows are displayed.

Trip Summary for James River (Missouri), Springfield (07050700)

Miles26.1
Trips7
People17
Dates7
Years4
Months5
Rows7
Sources4

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Classic Trip List

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Gauge Data Table

ObservationHeightDischargeMaximum
Discharge
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Discharge
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Discharge
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2020-10-21 08:00 4.35 65 1180 (1985) 5 (1961) 91 5 7 12 14 29 75 86 210 397
2020-10-21 07:00 4.34 64 1180 (1985) 5 (1961) 91 5 7 12 14 29 75 86 210 397
2020-10-21 06:00 4.34 64 1180 (1985) 5 (1961) 91 5 7 12 14 29 75 86 210 397
2020-10-21 05:00 4.34 64 1180 (1985) 5 (1961) 91 5 7 12 14 29 75 86 210 397
2020-10-21 04:00 4.33 63 1180 (1985) 5 (1961) 91 5 7 12 14 29 75 86 210 397
2020-10-21 03:00 4.33 63 1180 (1985) 5 (1961) 91 5 7 12 14 29 75 86 210 397
2020-10-21 02:00 4.32 62 1180 (1985) 5 (1961) 91 5 7 12 14 29 75 86 210 397
2020-10-21 01:00 4.32 62 1180 (1985) 5 (1961) 91 5 7 12 14 29 75 86 210 397
2020-10-21 00:00 4.32 62 1180 (1985) 5 (1961) 91 5 7 12 14 29 75 86 210 397
2020-10-20 23:00 4.32 62 1820 (2017) 3 (1957) 106 5 7 11 12 30 80 92 252 725
2020-10-20 22:00 4.31 61 1820 (2017) 3 (1957) 106 5 7 11 12 30 80 92 252 725
2020-10-20 21:00 4.31 61 1820 (2017) 3 (1957) 106 5 7 11 12 30 80 92 252 725
2020-10-20 20:00 4.31 61 1820 (2017) 3 (1957) 106 5 7 11 12 30 80 92 252 725
2020-10-20 19:00 4.32 62 1820 (2017) 3 (1957) 106 5 7 11 12 30 80 92 252 725
2020-10-20 18:00 4.32 62 1820 (2017) 3 (1957) 106 5 7 11 12 30 80 92 252 725
2020-10-20 17:00 4.32 62 1820 (2017) 3 (1957) 106 5 7 11 12 30 80 92 252 725
2020-10-20 16:00 4.33 63 1820 (2017) 3 (1957) 106 5 7 11 12 30 80 92 252 725
2020-10-20 15:00 4.34 64 1820 (2017) 3 (1957) 106 5 7 11 12 30 80 92 252 725
2020-10-20 14:00 4.35 65 1820 (2017) 3 (1957) 106 5 7 11 12 30 80 92 252 725
2020-10-20 13:00 4.36 67 1820 (2017) 3 (1957) 106 5 7 11 12 30 80 92 252 725
2020-10-20 12:00 4.38 69 1820 (2017) 3 (1957) 106 5 7 11 12 30 80 92 252 725
2020-10-20 11:00 4.40 72 1820 (2017) 3 (1957) 106 5 7 11 12 30 80 92 252 725
2020-10-20 10:00 4.42 74 1820 (2017) 3 (1957) 106 5 7 11 12 30 80 92 252 725
2020-10-20 09:00 4.45 78 1820 (2017) 3 (1957) 106 5 7 11 12 30 80 92 252 725
2020-10-20 08:00 4.47 81 1820 (2017) 3 (1957) 106 5 7 11 12 30 80 92 252 725
2020-10-20 07:00 4.46 80 1820 (2017) 3 (1957) 106 5 7 11 12 30 80 92 252 725
2020-10-20 06:00 4.45 78 1820 (2017) 3 (1957) 106 5 7 11 12 30 80 92 252 725
2020-10-20 05:00 4.43 76 1820 (2017) 3 (1957) 106 5 7 11 12 30 80 92 252 725
2020-10-20 04:00 4.40 72 1820 (2017) 3 (1957) 106 5 7 11 12 30 80 92 252 725
2020-10-20 03:00 4.36 67 1820 (2017) 3 (1957) 106 5 7 11 12 30 80 92 252 725
2020-10-20 02:00 4.31 61 1820 (2017) 3 (1957) 106 5 7 11 12 30 80 92 252 725
2020-10-20 01:00 4.28 57 1820 (2017) 3 (1957) 106 5 7 11 12 30 80 92 252 725
2020-10-20 00:00 4.27 56 1820 (2017) 3 (1957) 106 5 7 11 12 30 80 92 252 725
2020-10-19 23:00 4.27 56 459 (1985) 3 (1957) 67 5 7 11 13 31 87 98 185 337
2020-10-19 22:00 4.26 55 459 (1985) 3 (1957) 67 5 7 11 13 31 87 98 185 337
2020-10-19 21:00 4.26 55 459 (1985) 3 (1957) 67 5 7 11 13 31 87 98 185 337
2020-10-19 20:00 4.25 54 459 (1985) 3 (1957) 67 5 7 11 13 31 87 98 185 337
2020-10-19 19:00 4.25 54 459 (1985) 3 (1957) 67 5 7 11 13 31 87 98 185 337
2020-10-19 18:00 4.24 52 459 (1985) 3 (1957) 67 5 7 11 13 31 87 98 185 337
2020-10-19 17:00 4.24 52 459 (1985) 3 (1957) 67 5 7 11 13 31 87 98 185 337
2020-10-19 16:00 4.23 51 459 (1985) 3 (1957) 67 5 7 11 13 31 87 98 185 337
2020-10-19 15:00 4.22 50 459 (1985) 3 (1957) 67 5 7 11 13 31 87 98 185 337
2020-10-19 14:00 4.21 49 459 (1985) 3 (1957) 67 5 7 11 13 31 87 98 185 337
2020-10-19 13:00 4.20 48 459 (1985) 3 (1957) 67 5 7 11 13 31 87 98 185 337
2020-10-19 12:00 4.20 48 459 (1985) 3 (1957) 67 5 7 11 13 31 87 98 185 337
2020-10-19 11:00 4.19 47 459 (1985) 3 (1957) 67 5 7 11 13 31 87 98 185 337
2020-10-19 10:00 4.18 46 459 (1985) 3 (1957) 67 5 7 11 13 31 87 98 185 337
2020-10-19 09:00 4.17 45 459 (1985) 3 (1957) 67 5 7 11 13 31 87 98 185 337
2020-10-19 08:00 4.17 45 459 (1985) 3 (1957) 67 5 7 11 13 31 87 98 185 337
2020-10-19 07:00 4.16 44 459 (1985) 3 (1957) 67 5 7 11 13 31 87 98 185 337
2020-10-19 06:00 4.15 43 459 (1985) 3 (1957) 67 5 7 11 13 31 87 98 185 337
2020-10-19 05:00 4.16 44 459 (1985) 3 (1957) 67 5 7 11 13 31 87 98 185 337
2020-10-19 04:00 4.15 43 459 (1985) 3 (1957) 67 5 7 11 13 31 87 98 185 337
2020-10-19 03:00 4.14 42 459 (1985) 3 (1957) 67 5 7 11 13 31 87 98 185 337
2020-10-19 02:00 4.14 42 459 (1985) 3 (1957) 67 5 7 11 13 31 87 98 185 337
2020-10-19 01:00 4.13 41 459 (1985) 3 (1957) 67 5 7 11 13 31 87 98 185 337
2020-10-19 00:00 4.13 41 459 (1985) 3 (1957) 67 5 7 11 13 31 87 98 185 337
2020-10-18 23:00 4.12 40 460 (1968) 2 (1957) 73 5 8 12 13 29 86 108 218 364
2020-10-18 22:00 4.12 40 460 (1968) 2 (1957) 73 5 8 12 13 29 86 108 218 364
2020-10-18 21:00 4.12 40 460 (1968) 2 (1957) 73 5 8 12 13 29 86 108 218 364
2020-10-18 20:00 4.12 40 460 (1968) 2 (1957) 73 5 8 12 13 29 86 108 218 364
2020-10-18 19:00 4.12 40 460 (1968) 2 (1957) 73 5 8 12 13 29 86 108 218 364
2020-10-18 18:00 4.11 39 460 (1968) 2 (1957) 73 5 8 12 13 29 86 108 218 364
2020-10-18 17:00 4.12 40 460 (1968) 2 (1957) 73 5 8 12 13 29 86 108 218 364
2020-10-18 16:00 4.12 40 460 (1968) 2 (1957) 73 5 8 12 13 29 86 108 218 364
2020-10-18 15:00 4.11 39 460 (1968) 2 (1957) 73 5 8 12 13 29 86 108 218 364
2020-10-18 14:00 4.11 39 460 (1968) 2 (1957) 73 5 8 12 13 29 86 108 218 364
2020-10-18 13:00 4.12 40 460 (1968) 2 (1957) 73 5 8 12 13 29 86 108 218 364
2020-10-18 12:00 4.12 40 460 (1968) 2 (1957) 73 5 8 12 13 29 86 108 218 364
2020-10-18 11:00 4.12 40 460 (1968) 2 (1957) 73 5 8 12 13 29 86 108 218 364
2020-10-18 10:00 4.12 40 460 (1968) 2 (1957) 73 5 8 12 13 29 86 108 218 364
2020-10-18 09:00 4.12 40 460 (1968) 2 (1957) 73 5 8 12 13 29 86 108 218 364
2020-10-18 08:00 4.12 40 460 (1968) 2 (1957) 73 5 8 12 13 29 86 108 218 364
2020-10-18 07:00 4.12 40 460 (1968) 2 (1957) 73 5 8 12 13 29 86 108 218 364
2020-10-18 06:00 4.12 40 460 (1968) 2 (1957) 73 5 8 12 13 29 86 108 218 364
2020-10-18 05:00 4.13 41 460 (1968) 2 (1957) 73 5 8 12 13 29 86 108 218 364
2020-10-18 04:00 4.13 41 460 (1968) 2 (1957) 73 5 8 12 13 29 86 108 218 364
2020-10-18 03:00 4.14 42 460 (1968) 2 (1957) 73 5 8 12 13 29 86 108 218 364
2020-10-18 02:00 4.15 43 460 (1968) 2 (1957) 73 5 8 12 13 29 86 108 218 364
2020-10-18 01:00 4.16 44 460 (1968) 2 (1957) 73 5 8 12 13 29 86 108 218 364
2020-10-18 00:00 4.18 46 460 (1968) 2 (1957) 73 5 8 12 13 29 86 108 218 364
2020-10-17 23:00 4.19 47 700 (1968) 2 (1957) 88 5 8 13 14 31 89 120 231 511
2020-10-17 22:00 4.21 49 700 (1968) 2 (1957) 88 5 8 13 14 31 89 120 231 511
2020-10-17 21:00 4.23 51 700 (1968) 2 (1957) 88 5 8 13 14 31 89 120 231 511
2020-10-17 20:00 4.25 54 700 (1968) 2 (1957) 88 5 8 13 14 31 89 120 231 511
2020-10-17 19:00 4.28 57 700 (1968) 2 (1957) 88 5 8 13 14 31 89 120 231 511
2020-10-17 18:00 4.32 62 700 (1968) 2 (1957) 88 5 8 13 14 31 89 120 231 511
2020-10-17 17:00 4.35 65 700 (1968) 2 (1957) 88 5 8 13 14 31 89 120 231 511
2020-10-17 16:00 4.38 69 700 (1968) 2 (1957) 88 5 8 13 14 31 89 120 231 511
2020-10-17 15:00 4.39 71 700 (1968) 2 (1957) 88 5 8 13 14 31 89 120 231 511
2020-10-17 14:00 4.39 71 700 (1968) 2 (1957) 88 5 8 13 14 31 89 120 231 511
2020-10-17 13:00 4.38 69 700 (1968) 2 (1957) 88 5 8 13 14 31 89 120 231 511
2020-10-17 12:00 4.36 67 700 (1968) 2 (1957) 88 5 8 13 14 31 89 120 231 511
2020-10-17 11:00 4.33 63 700 (1968) 2 (1957) 88 5 8 13 14 31 89 120 231 511
2020-10-17 10:00 4.30 59 700 (1968) 2 (1957) 88 5 8 13 14 31 89 120 231 511
2020-10-17 09:00 4.27 56 700 (1968) 2 (1957) 88 5 8 13 14 31 89 120 231 511
2020-10-17 08:00 4.23 51 700 (1968) 2 (1957) 88 5 8 13 14 31 89 120 231 511
2020-10-17 07:00 4.20 48 700 (1968) 2 (1957) 88 5 8 13 14 31 89 120 231 511
2020-10-17 06:00 4.16 44 700 (1968) 2 (1957) 88 5 8 13 14 31 89 120 231 511
2020-10-17 05:00 4.11 39 700 (1968) 2 (1957) 88 5 8 13 14 31 89 120 231 511
2020-10-17 04:00 4.07 35 700 (1968) 2 (1957) 88 5 8 13 14 31 89 120 231 511
2020-10-17 03:00 4.04 33 700 (1968) 2 (1957) 88 5 8 13 14 31 89 120 231 511
2020-10-17 02:00 4.04 33 700 (1968) 2 (1957) 88 5 8 13 14 31 89 120 231 511
2020-10-17 01:00 4.05 34 700 (1968) 2 (1957) 88 5 8 13 14 31 89 120 231 511
2020-10-17 00:00 4.06 35 700 (1968) 2 (1957) 88 5 8 13 14 31 89 120 231 511
2020-10-16 23:00 4.07 35 721 (2010) 2 (1957) 84 5 7 12 14 27 99 113 222 491
2020-10-16 22:00 4.07 35 721 (2010) 2 (1957) 84 5 7 12 14 27 99 113 222 491
2020-10-16 21:00 4.09 37 721 (2010) 2 (1957) 84 5 7 12 14 27 99 113 222 491
2020-10-16 20:00 4.10 38 721 (2010) 2 (1957) 84 5 7 12 14 27 99 113 222 491
2020-10-16 19:00 4.11 39 721 (2010) 2 (1957) 84 5 7 12 14 27 99 113 222 491
2020-10-16 18:00 4.14 42 721 (2010) 2 (1957) 84 5 7 12 14 27 99 113 222 491
2020-10-16 17:00 4.15 43 721 (2010) 2 (1957) 84 5 7 12 14 27 99 113 222 491
2020-10-16 16:00 4.18 46 721 (2010) 2 (1957) 84 5 7 12 14 27 99 113 222 491
2020-10-16 15:00 4.20 48 721 (2010) 2 (1957) 84 5 7 12 14 27 99 113 222 491
2020-10-16 14:00 4.23 51 721 (2010) 2 (1957) 84 5 7 12 14 27 99 113 222 491
2020-10-16 13:00 4.25 54 721 (2010) 2 (1957) 84 5 7 12 14 27 99 113 222 491
2020-10-16 12:00 4.27 56 721 (2010) 2 (1957) 84 5 7 12 14 27 99 113 222 491
2020-10-16 11:00 4.29 58 721 (2010) 2 (1957) 84 5 7 12 14 27 99 113 222 491
2020-10-16 10:00 4.31 61 721 (2010) 2 (1957) 84 5 7 12 14 27 99 113 222 491
2020-10-16 09:00 4.30 59 721 (2010) 2 (1957) 84 5 7 12 14 27 99 113 222 491
2020-10-16 08:00 4.29 58 721 (2010) 2 (1957) 84 5 7 12 14 27 99 113 222 491
2020-10-16 07:00 4.29 58 721 (2010) 2 (1957) 84 5 7 12 14 27 99 113 222 491
2020-10-16 06:00 4.29 58 721 (2010) 2 (1957) 84 5 7 12 14 27 99 113 222 491
2020-10-16 05:00 4.29 58 721 (2010) 2 (1957) 84 5 7 12 14 27 99 113 222 491
2020-10-16 04:00 4.29 58 721 (2010) 2 (1957) 84 5 7 12 14 27 99 113 222 491
2020-10-16 03:00 4.29 58 721 (2010) 2 (1957) 84 5 7 12 14 27 99 113 222 491
2020-10-16 02:00 4.30 59 721 (2010) 2 (1957) 84 5 7 12 14 27 99 113 222 491
2020-10-16 01:00 4.30 59 721 (2010) 2 (1957) 84 5 7 12 14 27 99 113 222 491
2020-10-16 00:00 4.29 58 721 (2010) 2 (1957) 84 5 7 12 14 27 99 113 222 491
2020-10-15 23:00 4.29 58 760 (1971) 1 (1957) 96 5 6 12 14 29 94 122 212 694
2020-10-15 22:00 4.29 58 760 (1971) 1 (1957) 96 5 6 12 14 29 94 122 212 694
2020-10-15 21:00 4.28 57 760 (1971) 1 (1957) 96 5 6 12 14 29 94 122 212 694
2020-10-15 20:00 4.28 57 760 (1971) 1 (1957) 96 5 6 12 14 29 94 122 212 694
2020-10-15 19:00 4.27 56 760 (1971) 1 (1957) 96 5 6 12 14 29 94 122 212 694
2020-10-15 18:00 4.26 55 760 (1971) 1 (1957) 96 5 6 12 14 29 94 122 212 694
2020-10-15 17:00 4.23 51 760 (1971) 1 (1957) 96 5 6 12 14 29 94 122 212 694
2020-10-15 16:00 4.19 47 760 (1971) 1 (1957) 96 5 6 12 14 29 94 122 212 694
2020-10-15 15:00 4.15 43 760 (1971) 1 (1957) 96 5 6 12 14 29 94 122 212 694
2020-10-15 14:00 4.10 38 760 (1971) 1 (1957) 96 5 6 12 14 29 94 122 212 694
2020-10-15 13:00 4.04 33 760 (1971) 1 (1957) 96 5 6 12 14 29 94 122 212 694
2020-10-15 12:00 3.99 29 760 (1971) 1 (1957) 96 5 6 12 14 29 94 122 212 694
2020-10-15 11:00 3.95 25 760 (1971) 1 (1957) 96 5 6 12 14 29 94 122 212 694
2020-10-15 10:00 3.94 25 760 (1971) 1 (1957) 96 5 6 12 14 29 94 122 212 694
2020-10-14 17:45 3.86 19 2310 (2013) 1 (1957) 138 5 6 12 14 28 67 100 281 1110
2020-10-14 17:00 3.85 18 2310 (2013) 1 (1957) 138 5 6 12 14 28 67 100 281 1110
2020-10-14 16:00 3.84 18 2310 (2013) 1 (1957) 138 5 6 12 14 28 67 100 281 1110
2020-10-14 15:00 3.82 17 2310 (2013) 1 (1957) 138 5 6 12 14 28 67 100 281 1110
2020-10-14 14:00 3.82 17 2310 (2013) 1 (1957) 138 5 6 12 14 28 67 100 281 1110
2020-10-14 13:00 3.81 16 2310 (2013) 1 (1957) 138 5 6 12 14 28 67 100 281 1110
2020-10-14 12:00 3.81 16 2310 (2013) 1 (1957) 138 5 6 12 14 28 67 100 281 1110
2020-10-14 11:00 3.80 15 2310 (2013) 1 (1957) 138 5 6 12 14 28 67 100 281 1110
2020-10-14 10:00 3.79 15 2310 (2013) 1 (1957) 138 5 6 12 14 28 67 100 281 1110
2020-10-14 09:00 3.79 15 2310 (2013) 1 (1957) 138 5 6 12 14 28 67 100 281 1110
2020-10-14 08:00 3.81 16 2310 (2013) 1 (1957) 138 5 6 12 14 28 67 100 281 1110
2020-10-14 07:00 3.84 18 2310 (2013) 1 (1957) 138 5 6 12 14 28 67 100 281 1110
2020-10-14 06:00 3.87 20 2310 (2013) 1 (1957) 138 5 6 12 14 28 67 100 281 1110
2020-10-14 05:00 3.90 22 2310 (2013) 1 (1957) 138 5 6 12 14 28 67 100 281 1110
2020-10-14 04:00 3.93 24 2310 (2013) 1 (1957) 138 5 6 12 14 28 67 100 281 1110
2020-10-14 03:00 3.96 26 2310 (2013) 1 (1957) 138 5 6 12 14 28 67 100 281 1110
2020-10-14 02:00 3.98 28 2310 (2013) 1 (1957) 138 5 6 12 14 28 67 100 281 1110
2020-10-14 01:00 4.00 29 2310 (2013) 1 (1957) 138 5 6 12 14 28 67 100 281 1110
2020-10-14 00:00 4.02 31 2310 (2013) 1 (1957) 138 5 6 12 14 28 67 100 281 1110

A total of 162 rows are displayed for years 1956 through 2019.