James River (Missouri), Springfield (07050700)

StateMissouriLatestGood (323 cfs)
RiverJames RiverRatingObservedEstimated
Updated2020-04-07 21:00 (54 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
Discharge323 cfs (median: 229 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
Height5.66 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
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.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 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 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 5 rows are displayed.

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

Miles24
Trips5
People16
Dates5
Years3
Months4
Rows5
Sources3

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Gauge Data Table

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2020-04-07 21:00 5.66 323 2000 (1965) 7 (2006) 308 20 63 87 110 229 489 512 625 731
2020-04-07 20:00 5.67 326 2000 (1965) 7 (2006) 308 20 63 87 110 229 489 512 625 731
2020-04-07 19:00 5.68 329 2000 (1965) 7 (2006) 308 20 63 87 110 229 489 512 625 731
2020-04-07 18:00 5.68 329 2000 (1965) 7 (2006) 308 20 63 87 110 229 489 512 625 731
2020-04-07 17:00 5.67 326 2000 (1965) 7 (2006) 308 20 63 87 110 229 489 512 625 731
2020-04-07 16:00 5.68 329 2000 (1965) 7 (2006) 308 20 63 87 110 229 489 512 625 731
2020-04-07 15:00 5.69 333 2000 (1965) 7 (2006) 308 20 63 87 110 229 489 512 625 731
2020-04-07 14:00 5.69 333 2000 (1965) 7 (2006) 308 20 63 87 110 229 489 512 625 731
2020-04-07 13:00 5.70 336 2000 (1965) 7 (2006) 308 20 63 87 110 229 489 512 625 731
2020-04-07 12:00 5.71 339 2000 (1965) 7 (2006) 308 20 63 87 110 229 489 512 625 731
2020-04-07 11:00 5.71 339 2000 (1965) 7 (2006) 308 20 63 87 110 229 489 512 625 731
2020-04-07 10:00 5.72 342 2000 (1965) 7 (2006) 308 20 63 87 110 229 489 512 625 731
2020-04-07 09:00 5.72 342 2000 (1965) 7 (2006) 308 20 63 87 110 229 489 512 625 731
2020-04-07 08:00 5.72 342 2000 (1965) 7 (2006) 308 20 63 87 110 229 489 512 625 731
2020-04-07 07:00 5.73 345 2000 (1965) 7 (2006) 308 20 63 87 110 229 489 512 625 731
2020-04-07 06:00 5.73 345 2000 (1965) 7 (2006) 308 20 63 87 110 229 489 512 625 731
2020-04-07 05:00 5.73 345 2000 (1965) 7 (2006) 308 20 63 87 110 229 489 512 625 731
2020-04-07 04:00 5.74 349 2000 (1965) 7 (2006) 308 20 63 87 110 229 489 512 625 731
2020-04-07 03:00 5.75 352 2000 (1965) 7 (2006) 308 20 63 87 110 229 489 512 625 731
2020-04-07 02:00 5.74 349 2000 (1965) 7 (2006) 308 20 63 87 110 229 489 512 625 731
2020-04-07 01:00 5.76 355 2000 (1965) 7 (2006) 308 20 63 87 110 229 489 512 625 731
2020-04-07 00:00 5.75 352 2000 (1965) 7 (2006) 308 20 63 87 110 229 489 512 625 731
2020-04-06 23:00 5.74 349 9640 (1965) 7 (2006) 483 17 59 93 123 233 584 694 771 970
2020-04-06 22:00 5.75 352 9640 (1965) 7 (2006) 483 17 59 93 123 233 584 694 771 970
2020-04-06 21:00 5.75 352 9640 (1965) 7 (2006) 483 17 59 93 123 233 584 694 771 970
2020-04-06 20:00 5.76 355 9640 (1965) 7 (2006) 483 17 59 93 123 233 584 694 771 970
2020-04-06 19:00 5.77 358 9640 (1965) 7 (2006) 483 17 59 93 123 233 584 694 771 970
2020-04-06 18:00 5.81 372 9640 (1965) 7 (2006) 483 17 59 93 123 233 584 694 771 970
2020-04-06 17:00 5.80 368 9640 (1965) 7 (2006) 483 17 59 93 123 233 584 694 771 970
2020-04-06 16:00 5.81 372 9640 (1965) 7 (2006) 483 17 59 93 123 233 584 694 771 970
2020-04-06 15:00 5.82 375 9640 (1965) 7 (2006) 483 17 59 93 123 233 584 694 771 970
2020-04-06 14:00 5.82 375 9640 (1965) 7 (2006) 483 17 59 93 123 233 584 694 771 970
2020-04-06 13:00 5.80 368 9640 (1965) 7 (2006) 483 17 59 93 123 233 584 694 771 970
2020-04-06 12:00 5.81 372 9640 (1965) 7 (2006) 483 17 59 93 123 233 584 694 771 970
2020-04-06 11:00 5.82 375 9640 (1965) 7 (2006) 483 17 59 93 123 233 584 694 771 970
2020-04-06 10:00 5.83 378 9640 (1965) 7 (2006) 483 17 59 93 123 233 584 694 771 970
2020-04-06 09:00 5.82 375 9640 (1965) 7 (2006) 483 17 59 93 123 233 584 694 771 970
2020-04-06 08:00 5.82 375 9640 (1965) 7 (2006) 483 17 59 93 123 233 584 694 771 970
2020-04-06 07:00 5.83 378 9640 (1965) 7 (2006) 483 17 59 93 123 233 584 694 771 970
2020-04-06 06:00 5.82 375 9640 (1965) 7 (2006) 483 17 59 93 123 233 584 694 771 970
2020-04-06 05:00 5.84 382 9640 (1965) 7 (2006) 483 17 59 93 123 233 584 694 771 970
2020-04-06 04:00 5.83 378 9640 (1965) 7 (2006) 483 17 59 93 123 233 584 694 771 970
2020-04-06 03:00 5.84 382 9640 (1965) 7 (2006) 483 17 59 93 123 233 584 694 771 970
2020-04-06 02:00 5.86 388 9640 (1965) 7 (2006) 483 17 59 93 123 233 584 694 771 970
2020-04-06 01:00 5.83 378 9640 (1965) 7 (2006) 483 17 59 93 123 233 584 694 771 970
2020-04-06 00:00 5.84 382 9640 (1965) 7 (2006) 483 17 59 93 123 233 584 694 771 970
2020-04-05 23:00 5.84 382 3200 (1965) 10 (1956) 435 19 69 100 112 236 510 700 917 1490
2020-04-05 22:00 5.84 382 3200 (1965) 10 (1956) 435 19 69 100 112 236 510 700 917 1490
2020-04-05 21:00 5.86 388 3200 (1965) 10 (1956) 435 19 69 100 112 236 510 700 917 1490
2020-04-05 20:00 5.87 392 3200 (1965) 10 (1956) 435 19 69 100 112 236 510 700 917 1490
2020-04-05 19:00 5.87 392 3200 (1965) 10 (1956) 435 19 69 100 112 236 510 700 917 1490
2020-04-05 18:00 5.87 392 3200 (1965) 10 (1956) 435 19 69 100 112 236 510 700 917 1490
2020-04-05 17:00 5.87 392 3200 (1965) 10 (1956) 435 19 69 100 112 236 510 700 917 1490
2020-04-05 16:00 5.88 395 3200 (1965) 10 (1956) 435 19 69 100 112 236 510 700 917 1490
2020-04-05 15:00 5.88 395 3200 (1965) 10 (1956) 435 19 69 100 112 236 510 700 917 1490
2020-04-05 14:00 5.91 406 3200 (1965) 10 (1956) 435 19 69 100 112 236 510 700 917 1490
2020-04-05 13:00 5.92 409 3200 (1965) 10 (1956) 435 19 69 100 112 236 510 700 917 1490
2020-04-05 12:00 5.93 413 3200 (1965) 10 (1956) 435 19 69 100 112 236 510 700 917 1490
2020-04-05 11:00 5.92 409 3200 (1965) 10 (1956) 435 19 69 100 112 236 510 700 917 1490
2020-04-05 10:00 5.92 409 3200 (1965) 10 (1956) 435 19 69 100 112 236 510 700 917 1490
2020-04-05 09:00 5.93 413 3200 (1965) 10 (1956) 435 19 69 100 112 236 510 700 917 1490
2020-04-05 08:00 5.93 413 3200 (1965) 10 (1956) 435 19 69 100 112 236 510 700 917 1490
2020-04-05 07:00 5.95 420 3200 (1965) 10 (1956) 435 19 69 100 112 236 510 700 917 1490
2020-04-05 06:00 5.95 420 3200 (1965) 10 (1956) 435 19 69 100 112 236 510 700 917 1490
2020-04-05 05:00 5.94 416 3200 (1965) 10 (1956) 435 19 69 100 112 236 510 700 917 1490
2020-04-05 04:00 5.95 420 3200 (1965) 10 (1956) 435 19 69 100 112 236 510 700 917 1490
2020-04-05 03:00 5.97 427 3200 (1965) 10 (1956) 435 19 69 100 112 236 510 700 917 1490
2020-04-05 02:00 5.96 423 3200 (1965) 10 (1956) 435 19 69 100 112 236 510 700 917 1490
2020-04-05 01:00 5.98 431 3200 (1965) 10 (1956) 435 19 69 100 112 236 510 700 917 1490
2020-04-05 00:00 5.97 427 3200 (1965) 10 (1956) 435 19 69 100 112 236 510 700 917 1490
2020-04-04 23:00 5.97 427 6430 (1965) 11 (1956) 502 23 75 108 116 223 516 645 1070 1550
2020-04-04 22:00 5.97 427 6430 (1965) 11 (1956) 502 23 75 108 116 223 516 645 1070 1550
2020-04-04 21:00 5.97 427 6430 (1965) 11 (1956) 502 23 75 108 116 223 516 645 1070 1550
2020-04-04 20:00 5.98 431 6430 (1965) 11 (1956) 502 23 75 108 116 223 516 645 1070 1550
2020-04-04 19:00 6.00 438 6430 (1965) 11 (1956) 502 23 75 108 116 223 516 645 1070 1550
2020-04-04 18:00 6.00 438 6430 (1965) 11 (1956) 502 23 75 108 116 223 516 645 1070 1550
2020-04-04 17:00 6.00 438 6430 (1965) 11 (1956) 502 23 75 108 116 223 516 645 1070 1550
2020-04-04 16:00 6.02 445 6430 (1965) 11 (1956) 502 23 75 108 116 223 516 645 1070 1550
2020-04-04 15:00 6.01 442 6430 (1965) 11 (1956) 502 23 75 108 116 223 516 645 1070 1550
2020-04-04 14:00 6.03 449 6430 (1965) 11 (1956) 502 23 75 108 116 223 516 645 1070 1550
2020-04-04 13:00 6.02 445 6430 (1965) 11 (1956) 502 23 75 108 116 223 516 645 1070 1550
2020-04-04 12:00 6.04 453 6430 (1965) 11 (1956) 502 23 75 108 116 223 516 645 1070 1550
2020-04-04 11:00 6.05 456 6430 (1965) 11 (1956) 502 23 75 108 116 223 516 645 1070 1550
2020-04-04 10:00 6.04 453 6430 (1965) 11 (1956) 502 23 75 108 116 223 516 645 1070 1550
2020-04-04 09:00 6.05 456 6430 (1965) 11 (1956) 502 23 75 108 116 223 516 645 1070 1550
2020-04-04 08:00 6.05 456 6430 (1965) 11 (1956) 502 23 75 108 116 223 516 645 1070 1550
2020-04-04 07:00 6.07 464 6430 (1965) 11 (1956) 502 23 75 108 116 223 516 645 1070 1550
2020-04-04 06:00 6.06 460 6430 (1965) 11 (1956) 502 23 75 108 116 223 516 645 1070 1550
2020-04-04 05:00 6.08 468 6430 (1965) 11 (1956) 502 23 75 108 116 223 516 645 1070 1550
2020-04-04 04:00 6.08 468 6430 (1965) 11 (1956) 502 23 75 108 116 223 516 645 1070 1550
2020-04-04 03:00 6.08 468 6430 (1965) 11 (1956) 502 23 75 108 116 223 516 645 1070 1550
2020-04-04 02:00 6.09 471 6430 (1965) 11 (1956) 502 23 75 108 116 223 516 645 1070 1550
2020-04-04 01:00 6.10 475 6430 (1965) 11 (1956) 502 23 75 108 116 223 516 645 1070 1550
2020-04-04 00:00 6.11 479 6430 (1965) 11 (1956) 502 23 75 108 116 223 516 645 1070 1550
2020-04-03 23:00 6.12 483 4560 (1965) 11 (1956) 540 16 69 101 113 238 527 665 1380 2730
2020-04-03 22:00 6.12 483 4560 (1965) 11 (1956) 540 16 69 101 113 238 527 665 1380 2730
2020-04-03 21:00 6.12 483 4560 (1965) 11 (1956) 540 16 69 101 113 238 527 665 1380 2730
2020-04-03 20:00 6.13 487 4560 (1965) 11 (1956) 540 16 69 101 113 238 527 665 1380 2730
2020-04-03 19:00 6.13 487 4560 (1965) 11 (1956) 540 16 69 101 113 238 527 665 1380 2730
2020-04-03 18:00 6.15 494 4560 (1965) 11 (1956) 540 16 69 101 113 238 527 665 1380 2730
2020-04-03 17:00 6.16 498 4560 (1965) 11 (1956) 540 16 69 101 113 238 527 665 1380 2730
2020-04-03 16:00 6.17 502 4560 (1965) 11 (1956) 540 16 69 101 113 238 527 665 1380 2730
2020-04-03 15:00 6.18 506 4560 (1965) 11 (1956) 540 16 69 101 113 238 527 665 1380 2730
2020-04-03 14:00 6.20 514 4560 (1965) 11 (1956) 540 16 69 101 113 238 527 665 1380 2730
2020-04-03 13:00 6.21 518 4560 (1965) 11 (1956) 540 16 69 101 113 238 527 665 1380 2730
2020-04-03 12:00 6.21 518 4560 (1965) 11 (1956) 540 16 69 101 113 238 527 665 1380 2730
2020-04-03 11:00 6.22 522 4560 (1965) 11 (1956) 540 16 69 101 113 238 527 665 1380 2730
2020-04-03 10:00 6.22 522 4560 (1965) 11 (1956) 540 16 69 101 113 238 527 665 1380 2730
2020-04-03 09:00 6.22 522 4560 (1965) 11 (1956) 540 16 69 101 113 238 527 665 1380 2730
2020-04-03 08:00 6.23 526 4560 (1965) 11 (1956) 540 16 69 101 113 238 527 665 1380 2730
2020-04-03 07:00 6.24 530 4560 (1965) 11 (1956) 540 16 69 101 113 238 527 665 1380 2730
2020-04-03 06:00 6.25 534 4560 (1965) 11 (1956) 540 16 69 101 113 238 527 665 1380 2730
2020-04-03 05:00 6.25 534 4560 (1965) 11 (1956) 540 16 69 101 113 238 527 665 1380 2730
2020-04-03 04:00 6.26 538 4560 (1965) 11 (1956) 540 16 69 101 113 238 527 665 1380 2730
2020-04-03 03:00 6.26 538 4560 (1965) 11 (1956) 540 16 69 101 113 238 527 665 1380 2730
2020-04-03 02:00 6.27 542 4560 (1965) 11 (1956) 540 16 69 101 113 238 527 665 1380 2730
2020-04-03 01:00 6.29 550 4560 (1965) 11 (1956) 540 16 69 101 113 238 527 665 1380 2730
2020-04-03 00:00 6.29 550 4560 (1965) 11 (1956) 540 16 69 101 113 238 527 665 1380 2730
2020-04-02 23:00 6.30 554 7920 (1983) 11 (1956) 524 17 72 105 114 254 404 472 921 1410
2020-04-02 22:00 6.30 554 7920 (1983) 11 (1956) 524 17 72 105 114 254 404 472 921 1410
2020-04-02 21:00 6.31 559 7920 (1983) 11 (1956) 524 17 72 105 114 254 404 472 921 1410
2020-04-02 20:00 6.31 559 7920 (1983) 11 (1956) 524 17 72 105 114 254 404 472 921 1410
2020-04-02 19:00 6.31 559 7920 (1983) 11 (1956) 524 17 72 105 114 254 404 472 921 1410
2020-04-02 18:00 6.33 567 7920 (1983) 11 (1956) 524 17 72 105 114 254 404 472 921 1410
2020-04-02 17:00 6.33 567 7920 (1983) 11 (1956) 524 17 72 105 114 254 404 472 921 1410
2020-04-02 16:00 6.34 571 7920 (1983) 11 (1956) 524 17 72 105 114 254 404 472 921 1410
2020-04-02 15:00 6.34 571 7920 (1983) 11 (1956) 524 17 72 105 114 254 404 472 921 1410
2020-04-02 14:00 6.35 575 7920 (1983) 11 (1956) 524 17 72 105 114 254 404 472 921 1410
2020-04-02 13:00 6.36 580 7920 (1983) 11 (1956) 524 17 72 105 114 254 404 472 921 1410
2020-04-02 12:00 6.37 584 7920 (1983) 11 (1956) 524 17 72 105 114 254 404 472 921 1410
2020-04-02 11:00 6.37 584 7920 (1983) 11 (1956) 524 17 72 105 114 254 404 472 921 1410
2020-04-02 10:00 6.40 597 7920 (1983) 11 (1956) 524 17 72 105 114 254 404 472 921 1410
2020-04-02 09:00 6.41 601 7920 (1983) 11 (1956) 524 17 72 105 114 254 404 472 921 1410
2020-04-02 08:00 6.41 601 7920 (1983) 11 (1956) 524 17 72 105 114 254 404 472 921 1410
2020-04-02 07:00 6.43 610 7920 (1983) 11 (1956) 524 17 72 105 114 254 404 472 921 1410
2020-04-02 06:00 6.45 618 7920 (1983) 11 (1956) 524 17 72 105 114 254 404 472 921 1410
2020-04-02 05:00 6.44 614 7920 (1983) 11 (1956) 524 17 72 105 114 254 404 472 921 1410
2020-04-02 04:00 6.48 631 7920 (1983) 11 (1956) 524 17 72 105 114 254 404 472 921 1410
2020-04-02 03:00 6.49 636 7920 (1983) 11 (1956) 524 17 72 105 114 254 404 472 921 1410
2020-04-02 02:00 6.51 645 7920 (1983) 11 (1956) 524 17 72 105 114 254 404 472 921 1410
2020-04-02 01:00 6.53 654 7920 (1983) 11 (1956) 524 17 72 105 114 254 404 472 921 1410
2020-04-02 00:00 6.53 654 7920 (1983) 11 (1956) 524 17 72 105 114 254 404 472 921 1410
2020-04-01 23:00 6.54 658 3680 (2008) 10 (2006) 457 15 76 104 118 273 449 524 1080 1640
2020-04-01 22:00 6.57 672 3680 (2008) 10 (2006) 457 15 76 104 118 273 449 524 1080 1640
2020-04-01 21:00 6.58 676 3680 (2008) 10 (2006) 457 15 76 104 118 273 449 524 1080 1640
2020-04-01 20:00 6.59 681 3680 (2008) 10 (2006) 457 15 76 104 118 273 449 524 1080 1640
2020-04-01 19:00 6.62 695 3680 (2008) 10 (2006) 457 15 76 104 118 273 449 524 1080 1640
2020-04-01 18:00 6.62 695 3680 (2008) 10 (2006) 457 15 76 104 118 273 449 524 1080 1640
2020-04-01 17:00 6.62 695 3680 (2008) 10 (2006) 457 15 76 104 118 273 449 524 1080 1640
2020-04-01 16:00 6.65 709 3680 (2008) 10 (2006) 457 15 76 104 118 273 449 524 1080 1640
2020-04-01 15:00 6.67 718 3680 (2008) 10 (2006) 457 15 76 104 118 273 449 524 1080 1640
2020-04-01 14:00 6.69 728 3680 (2008) 10 (2006) 457 15 76 104 118 273 449 524 1080 1640
2020-04-01 13:00 6.70 733 3680 (2008) 10 (2006) 457 15 76 104 118 273 449 524 1080 1640
2020-04-01 12:00 6.71 737 3680 (2008) 10 (2006) 457 15 76 104 118 273 449 524 1080 1640
2020-04-01 11:00 6.72 742 3680 (2008) 10 (2006) 457 15 76 104 118 273 449 524 1080 1640
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2020-04-01 09:00 6.75 757 3680 (2008) 10 (2006) 457 15 76 104 118 273 449 524 1080 1640
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2020-04-01 07:00 6.80 781 3680 (2008) 10 (2006) 457 15 76 104 118 273 449 524 1080 1640
2020-04-01 06:00 6.83 796 3680 (2008) 10 (2006) 457 15 76 104 118 273 449 524 1080 1640
2020-04-01 05:00 6.85 806 3680 (2008) 10 (2006) 457 15 76 104 118 273 449 524 1080 1640
2020-04-01 04:00 6.88 821 3680 (2008) 10 (2006) 457 15 76 104 118 273 449 524 1080 1640
2020-04-01 03:00 6.89 826 3680 (2008) 10 (2006) 457 15 76 104 118 273 449 524 1080 1640
2020-04-01 02:00 6.93 847 3680 (2008) 10 (2006) 457 15 76 104 118 273 449 524 1080 1640
2020-04-01 01:00 6.95 857 3680 (2008) 10 (2006) 457 15 76 104 118 273 449 524 1080 1640
2020-04-01 00:00 6.98 873 3680 (2008) 10 (2006) 457 15 76 104 118 273 449 524 1080 1640
2020-03-31 23:00 7.00 883 4370 (1985) 11 (1956) 482 22 73 111 123 312 502 556 1140 1540
2020-03-31 22:00 7.03 899 4370 (1985) 11 (1956) 482 22 73 111 123 312 502 556 1140 1540
2020-03-31 21:00 7.03 899 4370 (1985) 11 (1956) 482 22 73 111 123 312 502 556 1140 1540
2020-03-31 20:00 7.02 894 4370 (1985) 11 (1956) 482 22 73 111 123 312 502 556 1140 1540
2020-03-31 19:00 7.00 883 4370 (1985) 11 (1956) 482 22 73 111 123 312 502 556 1140 1540
2020-03-31 18:00 6.98 873 4370 (1985) 11 (1956) 482 22 73 111 123 312 502 556 1140 1540
2020-03-31 17:00 6.95 857 4370 (1985) 11 (1956) 482 22 73 111 123 312 502 556 1140 1540
2020-03-31 16:00 6.89 826 4370 (1985) 11 (1956) 482 22 73 111 123 312 502 556 1140 1540
2020-03-31 15:00 6.85 806 4370 (1985) 11 (1956) 482 22 73 111 123 312 502 556 1140 1540
2020-03-31 14:00 6.81 786 4370 (1985) 11 (1956) 482 22 73 111 123 312 502 556 1140 1540
2020-03-31 13:00 6.78 771 4370 (1985) 11 (1956) 482 22 73 111 123 312 502 556 1140 1540
2020-03-31 12:00 6.73 747 4370 (1985) 11 (1956) 482 22 73 111 123 312 502 556 1140 1540
2020-03-31 11:00 6.69 728 4370 (1985) 11 (1956) 482 22 73 111 123 312 502 556 1140 1540
2020-03-31 10:00 6.65 709 4370 (1985) 11 (1956) 482 22 73 111 123 312 502 556 1140 1540
2020-03-31 09:00 6.63 700 4370 (1985) 11 (1956) 482 22 73 111 123 312 502 556 1140 1540
2020-03-31 08:00 6.60 686 4370 (1985) 11 (1956) 482 22 73 111 123 312 502 556 1140 1540
2020-03-31 07:00 6.57 672 4370 (1985) 11 (1956) 482 22 73 111 123 312 502 556 1140 1540
2020-03-31 06:00 6.57 672 4370 (1985) 11 (1956) 482 22 73 111 123 312 502 556 1140 1540
2020-03-31 05:00 6.53 654 4370 (1985) 11 (1956) 482 22 73 111 123 312 502 556 1140 1540
2020-03-31 04:00 6.52 649 4370 (1985) 11 (1956) 482 22 73 111 123 312 502 556 1140 1540
2020-03-31 03:00 6.50 640 4370 (1985) 11 (1956) 482 22 73 111 123 312 502 556 1140 1540
2020-03-31 02:00 6.50 640 4370 (1985) 11 (1956) 482 22 73 111 123 312 502 556 1140 1540
2020-03-31 01:00 6.49 636 4370 (1985) 11 (1956) 482 22 73 111 123 312 502 556 1140 1540
2020-03-31 00:00 6.47 627 4370 (1985) 11 (1956) 482 22 73 111 123 312 502 556 1140 1540

A total of 190 rows are displayed for years 1956 through 2019.