James River (Missouri), Galena (07052500)

StateMissouriLatestGood (217 cfs)
RiverJames RiverRatingObservedEstimated
Updated2020-09-24 17:15 (1 hour 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.Flood30003502
Discharge217 cfs (median: 188 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)858
Height4.05 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.Good180550
TrendSteady (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.Low(none)344
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)95

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Trips for James River (Missouri), Galena (07052500)

DateStartEndDistanceConditionDischargeHeightFishingDetails
Click for details2015-07-25 Hootentown Kerr Total trip distance: 16.9 miles16.9 High 2330 6.29 None NoneNone Edmond, Brian
Eth, Joe
Edmond, Brian; Eth, Joe
Although the river didn't seem high at all, we didn't encounter a still pool the entire day. We started at 1030 and ended at 1630, but we only stopped a few times.Although the river didn't seem high at all, we didn't encounter a still pool the entire day. We started at 1030 and ended at 1630, but we only stopped a few times. USGS Gauge Data:
Galena (07052500)
Discharge: 2330
Height: 6.29
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Galena (07052500)<br />Discharge: 2330<br />Height: 6.29
Source: EdmondSource: Edmond
Click for details2019-12-25 Kerr Cox Total trip distance: 4.8 miles4.8 Good 937 4.37 None NoneNone Bartlett, Ashes
Bartlett, Isaak
Bartlett, Joe
Bartlett, Renee
Bartlett, Ashes; Bartlett, Isaak; Bartlett, Joe; Bartlett, Renee
A short Christmas Float on a beautiful sunny day. The weather was perfect with the exception of a wicked headwind that would come and go as we paddled. Ashes did okay for her very first float in a kayak.A short Christmas Float on a beautiful sunny day. The weather was perfect with the exception of a wicked headwind that would come and go as we paddled. Ashes did okay for her very first float in a kayak. USGS Gauge Data:
Galena (07052500)
Discharge: 937
Height: 4.37
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Galena (07052500)<br />Discharge: 937<br />Height: 4.37
Source: BartlettSource: Bartlett
Click for details2017-06-10 Crane Creek Cox Total trip distance: 10.4 miles8.4 Good 920 5.66 Poor NoneNone Van Someren, Tom
Williams, Sarah
Wilson, Ryan
Wilson, Shiree
Van Someren, Tom; Williams, Sarah; Wilson, Ryan; Wilson, Shiree
Put in just before 1000, took out at Cox Access in Galena right at 1730. The James was flowing very nicely. Fishing utterly sucked, mostly due to WAAAAAY too many people taking advantage of the gorgeous day outside. From just below Kerr Access all the way to Galena, we had to put up with the noise and shenanigans of 130 college students drifting down the river in a mass rafting flotilla.Put in just before 1000, took out at Cox Access in Galena right at 1730. The James was flowing very nicely. Fishing utterly sucked, mostly due to WAAAAAY too many people taking advantage of the gorgeous day outside. From just below Kerr Access all the way to Galena, we had to put up with the noise and shenanigans of 130 college students drifting down the river in a mass rafting flotilla. USGS Gauge Data:
Galena (07052500)
Discharge: 920
Height: 5.66
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Galena (07052500)<br />Discharge: 920<br />Height: 5.66
Source: Van SomerenSource: Van Someren
Click for details2020-07-24 Kerr Cox Total trip distance: 5.5 miles5.5 Good 790 4.67 Fair LSF
SMB
LSF, SMB
Feistner, J
Feistner, S
Rush, S
Schroeppel, B
Schroeppel, K
Feistner, J; Feistner, S; Rush, S; Schroeppel, B; Schroeppel, K
River level was just about perfect. James River Outfitters assisted us in kayak rental and shuttling of one of our kayaks. River was a bit crowded, especially for a weekday. If you want to avoid the crowds, consider going Monday through Thursday. We took our time, enjoyed the water, and made the float last about 4.5 hours. Great day on the river.River level was just about perfect. James River Outfitters assisted us in kayak rental and shuttling of one of our kayaks. River was a bit crowded, especially for a weekday. If you want to avoid the crowds, consider going Monday through Thursday. We took our time, enjoyed the water, and made the float last about 4.5 hours. Great day on the river. USGS Gauge Data:
Galena (07052500)
Discharge: 790
Height: 4.67
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Galena (07052500)<br />Discharge: 790<br />Height: 4.67
Source: FeistnerSource: Feistner
Click for details2020-07-25 Kerr Cox Total trip distance: 5.5 miles5.5 Good 741 4.57 Fair LSF
SMB
LSF, SMB
Feistner, J
Feistner, S
Rush, S
Schroeppel, B
Schroeppel, K
Feistner, J; Feistner, S; Rush, S; Schroeppel, B; Schroeppel, K
River level was just about perfect. James River Outfitters assisted us in kayak rental and shuttling of one of our kayaks. River was a bit crowded, especially for a weekday. If you want to avoid the crowds, consider going Monday through Thursday. We took our time, enjoyed the water, and made the float last about 4.5 hours. Great day on the river.River level was just about perfect. James River Outfitters assisted us in kayak rental and shuttling of one of our kayaks. River was a bit crowded, especially for a weekday. If you want to avoid the crowds, consider going Monday through Thursday. We took our time, enjoyed the water, and made the float last about 4.5 hours. Great day on the river. USGS Gauge Data:
Galena (07052500)
Discharge: 741
Height: 4.57
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Galena (07052500)<br />Discharge: 741<br />Height: 4.57
Source: FeistnerSource: Feistner
Click for details2020-08-09 Kerr Cox Total trip distance: 5.5 miles5.5 Good 667 4.41 Poor NoneNone Eakins, Danielle
Edmond, Alex
Edmond, Brian
Edmond, Julian
Eth, Joe
Van Someren, Andrea
Van Someren, Tom
Eakins, Danielle; Edmond, Alex; Edmond, Brian; Edmond, Julian; Eth, Joe; Van Someren, Andrea; Van Someren, Tom
This was a lazy summer trip with low (but acceptable) water levels. The water was clear and flowing slowly with only a few faster riffles. We spent most of the day on a gravel bar about 3/4 of the way through, cooking burgers for lunch and swimming and snorkeling. Julian paddled his own boat and spent his time back and forth between our different boats. He also swam a lot with his boat in tow.This was a lazy summer trip with low (but acceptable) water levels. The water was clear and flowing slowly with only a few faster riffles. We spent most of the day on a gravel bar about 3/4 of the way through, cooking burgers for lunch and swimming and snorkeling. Julian paddled his own boat and spent his time back and forth between our different boats. He also swam a lot with his boat in tow. USGS Gauge Data:
Galena (07052500)
Discharge: 667
Height: 4.41
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Galena (07052500)<br />Discharge: 667<br />Height: 4.41
Source: EdmondSource: Edmond
Click for details2019-09-06 Kerr Cox Total trip distance: 4.8 miles4.8 Good 417 4.21 Fair SMBSMB Bartlett, Isaak
Bartlett, Joe
Bartlett, Renee
Jones, Marianne
Van Someren, Andrea
Van Someren, Tom
Bartlett, Isaak; Bartlett, Joe; Bartlett, Renee; Jones, Marianne; Van Someren, Andrea; Van Someren, Tom
Despite this float being on the DoJ (and literally finding a Port-a-Potty outhouse IN the river!), it was a great day to be on an Ozarks stream. The water was clear and gently moving along. The fishing wasn't off-the-charts good, but we all did catch a few here and there. There was one tree down about 1.5 miles up from Cox requiring us to do an easy portage around it.Despite this float being on the DoJ (and literally finding a Port-a-Potty outhouse IN the river!), it was a great day to be on an Ozarks stream. The water was clear and gently moving along. The fishing wasn't off-the-charts good, but we all did catch a few here and there. There was one tree down about 1.5 miles up from Cox requiring us to do an easy portage around it. USGS Gauge Data:
Galena (07052500)
Discharge: 417
Height: 4.21
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Galena (07052500)<br />Discharge: 417<br />Height: 4.21
Source: Van SomerenSource: Van Someren
Click for details2019-07-27 Shelvin Rock Hootentown Total trip distance: 6.2 miles6.2 Good 370 4.20 Poor BLG
RB
SMB
BLG, RB, SMB
Bartlett, Isaak
Bartlett, Joe
Bartlett, Renee
Chalumba, Claude
Dean, Dizzy
Garrison, Roxanne
Jones, Marianne
Van Someren, Andrea
Van Someren, Tom
Bartlett, Isaak; Bartlett, Joe; Bartlett, Renee; Chalumba, Claude; Dean, Dizzy; Garrison, Roxanne; Jones, Marianne; Van Someren, Andrea; Van Someren, Tom
Not thinking through the full potential for a HUGE schmuck-a-rama to happen on the DoJ this Saturday, we arrived at Shelvin Rock to find the river access PACKED with fellow paddlers, cars, and trailers. At almost no point during the day could one not see at least a dozen kayaks either up or down stream from us. Regardless, it was a wonderful day to be outside on the river (even the DoJ) and everyone had a great time.Not thinking through the full potential for a HUGE schmuck-a-rama to happen on the DoJ this Saturday, we arrived at Shelvin Rock to find the river access PACKED with fellow paddlers, cars, and trailers. At almost no point during the day could one not see at least a dozen kayaks either up or down stream from us. Regardless, it was a wonderful day to be outside on the river (even the DoJ) and everyone had a great time. USGS Gauge Data:
Galena (07052500)
Discharge: 370
Height: 4.20
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Galena (07052500)<br />Discharge: 370<br />Height: 4.20
Source: Van SomerenSource: Van Someren
Click for details2016-02-28 Kerr Cox Total trip distance: 4.8 miles4.8 Good 369 4.48 Poor NoneNone Amburn, Andrea
Amburn, Matt
Edmond, Brian
Edmond, Julian
Ficarra, Serena
Turk, Scott
Van Someren, Tom
Amburn, Andrea; Amburn, Matt; Edmond, Brian; Edmond, Julian; Ficarra, Serena; Turk, Scott; Van Someren, Tom
It was very windy and cloudy for nearly the entire time, making for an unpleasant float. Nobody fished very much, including Julian.It was very windy and cloudy for nearly the entire time, making for an unpleasant float. Nobody fished very much, including Julian. USGS Gauge Data:
Galena (07052500)
Discharge: 369
Height: 4.48
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Galena (07052500)<br />Discharge: 369<br />Height: 4.48
Source: EdmondSource: Edmond
Click for details2018-06-10 Kerr Cox Total trip distance: 4.8 miles4.8 Good 346 4.23 Good SMBSMB Aliaga, Rut
Brame, Erika
Brame, Joon
Edmond, Alex
Edmond, Brian
Edmond, Julian
Gerhardt, Kyle
Gerhardt, Megan
Larsen, Chris
Larsen, Lisa
Van Someren, Andrea
Van Someren, Tom
Wilson, Ryan
Aliaga, Rut; Brame, Erika; Brame, Joon; Edmond, Alex; Edmond, Brian; Edmond, Julian; Gerhardt, Kyle; Gerhardt, Megan; Larsen, Chris; Larsen, Lisa; Van Someren, Andrea; Van Someren, Tom; Wilson, Ryan
This section of the James was relatively fast-moving given the very low rainfall we've had. It was also fairly crowded with rental boats and others. Swimming and fishing were both good and the water was comfortable. Chris and I cut up a tree obstruction on one particularly tricky run.This section of the James was relatively fast-moving given the very low rainfall we've had. It was also fairly crowded with rental boats and others. Swimming and fishing were both good and the water was comfortable. Chris and I cut up a tree obstruction on one particularly tricky run. USGS Gauge Data:
Galena (07052500)
Discharge: 346
Height: 4.23
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Galena (07052500)<br />Discharge: 346<br />Height: 4.23
Source: EdmondSource: Edmond
Click for details2017-03-20 Kerr Galena Total trip distance: 5.0 miles5.0 Low 319 4.03 Good RSF
SMB
RSF, SMB
Amburn, Andrea
Larsen, Chris
Larsen, Lisa
Amburn, Andrea; Larsen, Chris; Larsen, Lisa
No notes for this trip<i>No notes for this trip</i> USGS Gauge Data:
Galena (07052500)
Discharge: 319
Height: 4.03
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Galena (07052500)<br />Discharge: 319<br />Height: 4.03
Source: AmburnSource: Amburn
Click for details2014-07-20 Kerr Cox Total trip distance: 4.8 miles4.8 Good 277 3.13 Poor NoneNone Bowe, Ann
Bowe, Michelle
Bowe, Mike
Edmond, Brian
Edmond, Julian
Bowe, Ann; Bowe, Michelle; Bowe, Mike; Edmond, Brian; Edmond, Julian
James River Outfitters had quite a few boats and inner tubes on the river. Despite the short distance, the low current, heat, and sunny conditions were a bit much for Michelle's folks.James River Outfitters had quite a few boats and inner tubes on the river. Despite the short distance, the low current, heat, and sunny conditions were a bit much for Michelle's folks. USGS Gauge Data:
Galena (07052500)
Discharge: 277
Height: 3.13
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Galena (07052500)<br />Discharge: 277<br />Height: 3.13
Source: EdmondSource: Edmond
Click for details2020-08-23 Kerr Cox Total trip distance: 5.5 miles5.5 Good 251 4.19 None NoneNone Feistner, J
Feistner, S
Feistner, S
Feistner, J; Feistner, S; Feistner, S
First thing I'll mention is that the gauge has evidently been messed up at Galena. The float level today was on the lower end of "good" and that is what is has been for about a month. Some of the earlier floats showed a level in the upper end of good. Not correct. At the level it was today, we made it through with no walking, but did drag a few places and had to pick our way through a bit. Still areas of the river were pretty slow. As always, good float.First thing I'll mention is that the gauge has evidently been messed up at Galena. The float level today was on the lower end of USGS Gauge Data:
Galena (07052500)
Discharge: 251
Height: 4.19
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Galena (07052500)<br />Discharge: 251<br />Height: 4.19
Source: FeistnerSource: Feistner
Click for details2018-08-12 Kerr Cox Total trip distance: 4.8 miles4.8 Good 244 4.28 None RBRB Edmond, Brian
Edmond, Julian
Van Someren, Andrea
Van Someren, Tom
Edmond, Brian; Edmond, Julian; Van Someren, Andrea; Van Someren, Tom
A 2-3" rain in S Spgfld loaded up Wilson's Creek enough to send a wave of water down the James. We caught the very tail end of it on this trip. The water was not fast but we managed to do the trip without dragging. The water was comfortable for swimming. There were a lot of boats on the water, primarily from rentals along the river.A 2-3 USGS Gauge Data:
Galena (07052500)
Discharge: 244
Height: 4.28
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Galena (07052500)<br />Discharge: 244<br />Height: 4.28
Source: EdmondSource: Edmond
Click for details1998-07-05 Kerr Galena Total trip distance: 5.0 miles5.0 Good 232 None NoneNone Edmond, Alex
Edmond, Brian
Edmond, Kellie
Edmond, Joseph
Edmond, Alex; Edmond, Brian; Edmond, Kellie; Edmond, Joseph
No notes for this trip<i>No notes for this trip</i> USGS Gauge Data:
Galena (07052500)
Discharge: 232
Height:
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Galena (07052500)<br />Discharge: 232<br />Height:
Source: EdmondSource: Edmond
Click for details2018-01-14 Kerr Y Bridge Total trip distance: 5.2 miles5.2 Good 219 4.50 None NoneNone Larsen, Chris
Schlager, Mark
Travers, Lisa
Tuter, Kristen
Larsen, Chris; Schlager, Mark; Travers, Lisa; Tuter, Kristen
Heavy snow during early afternoon.Heavy snow during early afternoon. USGS Gauge Data:
Galena (07052500)
Discharge: 219
Height: 4.50
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Galena (07052500)<br />Discharge: 219<br />Height: 4.50
Source: LarsenSource: Larsen
Click for details1998-07-19 Shelvin Rock Hootentown Total trip distance: 6.2 miles6.2 Good 194 None NoneNone Edmond, Alex
Edmond, Brian
Edmond, Kellie
Edmond, Joseph
Edmond, Alex; Edmond, Brian; Edmond, Kellie; Edmond, Joseph
No notes for this trip<i>No notes for this trip</i> USGS Gauge Data:
Galena (07052500)
Discharge: 194
Height:
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Galena (07052500)<br />Discharge: 194<br />Height:
Source: EdmondSource: Edmond
Click for details2016-12-26 Kerr Cox Total trip distance: 4.8 miles4.8 Good 184 3.63 Poor NoneNone Acharya, Sreekanth
Amburn, Andrea
Edmond, Brian
Van Someren, Tom
Acharya, Sreekanth; Amburn, Andrea; Edmond, Brian; Van Someren, Tom
Although the water was relatively low, most places were fine in a kayak if you were careful and paid attention. At the beginning, the water was flowing well. As we neared the end, several large pools slowed us down (especially with the wind). Another couple taking out at Kerr said their canoe dragged along in several places.Although the water was relatively low, most places were fine in a kayak if you were careful and paid attention. At the beginning, the water was flowing well. As we neared the end, several large pools slowed us down (especially with the wind). Another couple taking out at Kerr said their canoe dragged along in several places. USGS Gauge Data:
Galena (07052500)
Discharge: 184
Height: 3.63
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Galena (07052500)<br />Discharge: 184<br />Height: 3.63
Source: EdmondSource: Edmond
Click for details2017-10-08 Cox Galena Landing Total trip distance: 3.9 miles3.9 Good 178 4.17 Fair GSF
SMB
GSF, SMB
Dudenhoeffer, Reagan
Dudenhoeffer, Todd
Edmond, Brian
Van Someren, Andrea
Van Someren, Tom
Dudenhoeffer, Reagan; Dudenhoeffer, Todd; Edmond, Brian; Van Someren, Andrea; Van Someren, Tom
The lake level was at 916.41 but we were in a still pool for the last mile of the trip. For future trips, the level should be lower if one expects to get a current for the entire trip.The lake level was at 916.41 but we were in a still pool for the last mile of the trip. For future trips, the level should be lower if one expects to get a current for the entire trip. USGS Gauge Data:
Galena (07052500)
Discharge: 178
Height: 4.17
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Galena (07052500)<br />Discharge: 178<br />Height: 4.17
Source: EdmondSource: Edmond

A total of 19 rows are displayed.

Trip Summary for James River (Missouri), Galena (07052500)

Miles112.4
Trips19
People45
Dates19
Years8
Months9
Rows19
Sources6

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Gauge Data Table

ObservationHeightDischargeMaximum
Discharge
Minimum
Discharge
Mean
Discharge
P05P10P20P25P50
(Median)
P75P80P90P95
2020-09-24 17:15 4.05 217 6980 (1993) 41 (1953) 505 68 91 113 127 188 396 471 912 1700
2020-09-24 16:15 4.05 217 6980 (1993) 41 (1953) 505 68 91 113 127 188 396 471 912 1700
2020-09-24 15:15 4.05 217 6980 (1993) 41 (1953) 505 68 91 113 127 188 396 471 912 1700
2020-09-24 14:15 4.05 217 6980 (1993) 41 (1953) 505 68 91 113 127 188 396 471 912 1700
2020-09-24 13:15 4.05 217 6980 (1993) 41 (1953) 505 68 91 113 127 188 396 471 912 1700
2020-09-24 12:15 4.06 219 6980 (1993) 41 (1953) 505 68 91 113 127 188 396 471 912 1700
2020-09-24 11:15 4.05 217 6980 (1993) 41 (1953) 505 68 91 113 127 188 396 471 912 1700
2020-09-24 10:15 4.06 219 6980 (1993) 41 (1953) 505 68 91 113 127 188 396 471 912 1700
2020-09-24 09:15 4.06 219 6980 (1993) 41 (1953) 505 68 91 113 127 188 396 471 912 1700
2020-09-24 08:15 4.05 217 6980 (1993) 41 (1953) 505 68 91 113 127 188 396 471 912 1700
2020-09-24 07:15 4.05 217 6980 (1993) 41 (1953) 505 68 91 113 127 188 396 471 912 1700
2020-09-24 06:15 4.05 217 6980 (1993) 41 (1953) 505 68 91 113 127 188 396 471 912 1700
2020-09-24 05:15 4.05 217 6980 (1993) 41 (1953) 505 68 91 113 127 188 396 471 912 1700
2020-09-24 04:15 4.05 217 6980 (1993) 41 (1953) 505 68 91 113 127 188 396 471 912 1700
2020-09-24 03:15 4.04 214 6980 (1993) 41 (1953) 505 68 91 113 127 188 396 471 912 1700
2020-09-24 02:15 4.04 214 6980 (1993) 41 (1953) 505 68 91 113 127 188 396 471 912 1700
2020-09-24 01:15 4.04 214 6980 (1993) 41 (1953) 505 68 91 113 127 188 396 471 912 1700
2020-09-24 00:15 4.04 214 6980 (1993) 41 (1953) 505 68 91 113 127 188 396 471 912 1700
2020-09-23 23:15 4.04 214 5670 (1936) 44 (1953) 414 68 92 111 125 188 315 426 937 1400
2020-09-23 22:15 4.04 214 5670 (1936) 44 (1953) 414 68 92 111 125 188 315 426 937 1400
2020-09-23 21:15 4.05 217 5670 (1936) 44 (1953) 414 68 92 111 125 188 315 426 937 1400
2020-09-23 20:15 4.05 217 5670 (1936) 44 (1953) 414 68 92 111 125 188 315 426 937 1400
2020-09-23 19:15 4.05 217 5670 (1936) 44 (1953) 414 68 92 111 125 188 315 426 937 1400
2020-09-23 18:15 4.05 217 5670 (1936) 44 (1953) 414 68 92 111 125 188 315 426 937 1400
2020-09-23 17:15 4.06 219 5670 (1936) 44 (1953) 414 68 92 111 125 188 315 426 937 1400
2020-09-23 16:15 4.06 219 5670 (1936) 44 (1953) 414 68 92 111 125 188 315 426 937 1400
2020-09-23 15:15 4.06 219 5670 (1936) 44 (1953) 414 68 92 111 125 188 315 426 937 1400
2020-09-23 14:15 4.06 219 5670 (1936) 44 (1953) 414 68 92 111 125 188 315 426 937 1400
2020-09-23 13:15 4.06 219 5670 (1936) 44 (1953) 414 68 92 111 125 188 315 426 937 1400
2020-09-23 12:15 4.06 219 5670 (1936) 44 (1953) 414 68 92 111 125 188 315 426 937 1400
2020-09-23 11:15 4.06 219 5670 (1936) 44 (1953) 414 68 92 111 125 188 315 426 937 1400
2020-09-23 10:15 4.06 219 5670 (1936) 44 (1953) 414 68 92 111 125 188 315 426 937 1400
2020-09-23 09:15 4.06 219 5670 (1936) 44 (1953) 414 68 92 111 125 188 315 426 937 1400
2020-09-23 08:15 4.06 219 5670 (1936) 44 (1953) 414 68 92 111 125 188 315 426 937 1400
2020-09-23 07:15 4.05 217 5670 (1936) 44 (1953) 414 68 92 111 125 188 315 426 937 1400
2020-09-23 06:15 4.05 217 5670 (1936) 44 (1953) 414 68 92 111 125 188 315 426 937 1400
2020-09-23 05:15 4.05 217 5670 (1936) 44 (1953) 414 68 92 111 125 188 315 426 937 1400
2020-09-23 04:15 4.05 217 5670 (1936) 44 (1953) 414 68 92 111 125 188 315 426 937 1400
2020-09-23 03:15 4.04 214 5670 (1936) 44 (1953) 414 68 92 111 125 188 315 426 937 1400
2020-09-23 02:15 4.04 214 5670 (1936) 44 (1953) 414 68 92 111 125 188 315 426 937 1400
2020-09-23 01:15 4.04 214 5670 (1936) 44 (1953) 414 68 92 111 125 188 315 426 937 1400
2020-09-23 00:15 4.05 217 5670 (1936) 44 (1953) 414 68 92 111 125 188 315 426 937 1400
2020-09-22 23:15 4.05 217 2290 (1965) 47 (1953) 360 70 90 114 124 193 334 418 1110 1430
2020-09-22 22:15 4.05 217 2290 (1965) 47 (1953) 360 70 90 114 124 193 334 418 1110 1430
2020-09-22 21:15 4.05 217 2290 (1965) 47 (1953) 360 70 90 114 124 193 334 418 1110 1430
2020-09-22 20:15 4.05 217 2290 (1965) 47 (1953) 360 70 90 114 124 193 334 418 1110 1430
2020-09-22 19:15 4.05 217 2290 (1965) 47 (1953) 360 70 90 114 124 193 334 418 1110 1430
2020-09-22 18:15 4.06 219 2290 (1965) 47 (1953) 360 70 90 114 124 193 334 418 1110 1430
2020-09-22 17:15 4.06 219 2290 (1965) 47 (1953) 360 70 90 114 124 193 334 418 1110 1430
2020-09-22 16:15 4.06 219 2290 (1965) 47 (1953) 360 70 90 114 124 193 334 418 1110 1430
2020-09-22 15:15 4.06 219 2290 (1965) 47 (1953) 360 70 90 114 124 193 334 418 1110 1430
2020-09-22 14:15 4.06 219 2290 (1965) 47 (1953) 360 70 90 114 124 193 334 418 1110 1430
2020-09-22 13:15 4.06 219 2290 (1965) 47 (1953) 360 70 90 114 124 193 334 418 1110 1430
2020-09-22 12:15 4.06 219 2290 (1965) 47 (1953) 360 70 90 114 124 193 334 418 1110 1430
2020-09-22 11:15 4.06 219 2290 (1965) 47 (1953) 360 70 90 114 124 193 334 418 1110 1430
2020-09-22 10:15 4.06 219 2290 (1965) 47 (1953) 360 70 90 114 124 193 334 418 1110 1430
2020-09-22 09:15 4.05 217 2290 (1965) 47 (1953) 360 70 90 114 124 193 334 418 1110 1430
2020-09-22 08:15 4.05 217 2290 (1965) 47 (1953) 360 70 90 114 124 193 334 418 1110 1430
2020-09-22 07:15 4.04 214 2290 (1965) 47 (1953) 360 70 90 114 124 193 334 418 1110 1430
2020-09-22 06:15 4.04 214 2290 (1965) 47 (1953) 360 70 90 114 124 193 334 418 1110 1430
2020-09-22 05:15 4.04 214 2290 (1965) 47 (1953) 360 70 90 114 124 193 334 418 1110 1430
2020-09-22 04:15 4.04 214 2290 (1965) 47 (1953) 360 70 90 114 124 193 334 418 1110 1430
2020-09-22 03:15 4.04 214 2290 (1965) 47 (1953) 360 70 90 114 124 193 334 418 1110 1430
2020-09-22 02:15 4.04 214 2290 (1965) 47 (1953) 360 70 90 114 124 193 334 418 1110 1430
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2020-09-22 00:15 4.04 214 2290 (1965) 47 (1953) 360 70 90 114 124 193 334 418 1110 1430
2020-09-21 23:15 4.04 214 3340 (1924) 47 (1953) 354 72 89 111 118 186 335 385 812 1630
2020-09-21 22:15 4.05 217 3340 (1924) 47 (1953) 354 72 89 111 118 186 335 385 812 1630
2020-09-21 21:15 4.05 217 3340 (1924) 47 (1953) 354 72 89 111 118 186 335 385 812 1630
2020-09-21 20:15 4.05 217 3340 (1924) 47 (1953) 354 72 89 111 118 186 335 385 812 1630
2020-09-21 19:15 4.05 217 3340 (1924) 47 (1953) 354 72 89 111 118 186 335 385 812 1630
2020-09-21 18:15 4.05 217 3340 (1924) 47 (1953) 354 72 89 111 118 186 335 385 812 1630
2020-09-21 17:15 4.05 217 3340 (1924) 47 (1953) 354 72 89 111 118 186 335 385 812 1630
2020-09-21 16:15 4.05 217 3340 (1924) 47 (1953) 354 72 89 111 118 186 335 385 812 1630
2020-09-21 15:15 4.06 219 3340 (1924) 47 (1953) 354 72 89 111 118 186 335 385 812 1630
2020-09-21 14:15 4.06 219 3340 (1924) 47 (1953) 354 72 89 111 118 186 335 385 812 1630
2020-09-21 13:15 4.06 219 3340 (1924) 47 (1953) 354 72 89 111 118 186 335 385 812 1630
2020-09-21 12:15 4.07 221 3340 (1924) 47 (1953) 354 72 89 111 118 186 335 385 812 1630
2020-09-21 11:15 4.06 219 3340 (1924) 47 (1953) 354 72 89 111 118 186 335 385 812 1630
2020-09-21 10:15 4.07 221 3340 (1924) 47 (1953) 354 72 89 111 118 186 335 385 812 1630
2020-09-21 09:15 4.07 221 3340 (1924) 47 (1953) 354 72 89 111 118 186 335 385 812 1630
2020-09-21 08:15 4.07 221 3340 (1924) 47 (1953) 354 72 89 111 118 186 335 385 812 1630
2020-09-21 07:15 4.07 221 3340 (1924) 47 (1953) 354 72 89 111 118 186 335 385 812 1630
2020-09-21 06:15 4.07 221 3340 (1924) 47 (1953) 354 72 89 111 118 186 335 385 812 1630
2020-09-21 05:15 4.06 219 3340 (1924) 47 (1953) 354 72 89 111 118 186 335 385 812 1630
2020-09-21 04:15 4.06 219 3340 (1924) 47 (1953) 354 72 89 111 118 186 335 385 812 1630
2020-09-21 03:15 4.06 219 3340 (1924) 47 (1953) 354 72 89 111 118 186 335 385 812 1630
2020-09-21 02:15 4.06 219 3340 (1924) 47 (1953) 354 72 89 111 118 186 335 385 812 1630
2020-09-21 01:15 4.06 219 3340 (1924) 47 (1953) 354 72 89 111 118 186 335 385 812 1630
2020-09-21 00:15 4.06 219 3340 (1924) 47 (1953) 354 72 89 111 118 186 335 385 812 1630
2020-09-20 23:15 4.06 219 5140 (1924) 13 (1954) 373 53 91 114 120 193 348 408 707 1480
2020-09-20 22:15 4.06 219 5140 (1924) 13 (1954) 373 53 91 114 120 193 348 408 707 1480
2020-09-20 21:15 4.06 219 5140 (1924) 13 (1954) 373 53 91 114 120 193 348 408 707 1480
2020-09-20 20:15 4.07 221 5140 (1924) 13 (1954) 373 53 91 114 120 193 348 408 707 1480
2020-09-20 19:15 4.07 221 5140 (1924) 13 (1954) 373 53 91 114 120 193 348 408 707 1480
2020-09-20 18:15 4.07 221 5140 (1924) 13 (1954) 373 53 91 114 120 193 348 408 707 1480
2020-09-20 17:15 4.07 221 5140 (1924) 13 (1954) 373 53 91 114 120 193 348 408 707 1480
2020-09-20 16:15 4.07 221 5140 (1924) 13 (1954) 373 53 91 114 120 193 348 408 707 1480
2020-09-20 15:15 4.07 221 5140 (1924) 13 (1954) 373 53 91 114 120 193 348 408 707 1480
2020-09-20 14:15 4.07 221 5140 (1924) 13 (1954) 373 53 91 114 120 193 348 408 707 1480
2020-09-20 13:15 4.07 221 5140 (1924) 13 (1954) 373 53 91 114 120 193 348 408 707 1480
2020-09-20 12:15 4.08 224 5140 (1924) 13 (1954) 373 53 91 114 120 193 348 408 707 1480
2020-09-20 11:15 4.08 224 5140 (1924) 13 (1954) 373 53 91 114 120 193 348 408 707 1480
2020-09-20 10:15 4.08 224 5140 (1924) 13 (1954) 373 53 91 114 120 193 348 408 707 1480
2020-09-20 09:15 4.08 224 5140 (1924) 13 (1954) 373 53 91 114 120 193 348 408 707 1480
2020-09-20 08:15 4.08 224 5140 (1924) 13 (1954) 373 53 91 114 120 193 348 408 707 1480
2020-09-20 07:15 4.08 224 5140 (1924) 13 (1954) 373 53 91 114 120 193 348 408 707 1480
2020-09-20 06:15 4.08 224 5140 (1924) 13 (1954) 373 53 91 114 120 193 348 408 707 1480
2020-09-20 05:15 4.08 224 5140 (1924) 13 (1954) 373 53 91 114 120 193 348 408 707 1480
2020-09-20 04:15 4.07 221 5140 (1924) 13 (1954) 373 53 91 114 120 193 348 408 707 1480
2020-09-20 03:15 4.07 221 5140 (1924) 13 (1954) 373 53 91 114 120 193 348 408 707 1480
2020-09-20 02:15 4.07 221 5140 (1924) 13 (1954) 373 53 91 114 120 193 348 408 707 1480
2020-09-20 01:15 4.07 221 5140 (1924) 13 (1954) 373 53 91 114 120 193 348 408 707 1480
2020-09-20 00:15 4.07 221 5140 (1924) 13 (1954) 373 53 91 114 120 193 348 408 707 1480
2020-09-19 23:15 4.07 221 6740 (1949) 11 (1954) 378 53 90 113 122 202 362 396 666 1180
2020-09-19 22:15 4.07 221 6740 (1949) 11 (1954) 378 53 90 113 122 202 362 396 666 1180
2020-09-19 21:15 4.07 221 6740 (1949) 11 (1954) 378 53 90 113 122 202 362 396 666 1180
2020-09-19 20:15 4.07 221 6740 (1949) 11 (1954) 378 53 90 113 122 202 362 396 666 1180
2020-09-19 19:15 4.07 221 6740 (1949) 11 (1954) 378 53 90 113 122 202 362 396 666 1180
2020-09-19 18:15 4.08 224 6740 (1949) 11 (1954) 378 53 90 113 122 202 362 396 666 1180
2020-09-19 17:15 4.08 224 6740 (1949) 11 (1954) 378 53 90 113 122 202 362 396 666 1180
2020-09-19 16:15 4.08 224 6740 (1949) 11 (1954) 378 53 90 113 122 202 362 396 666 1180
2020-09-19 15:15 4.08 224 6740 (1949) 11 (1954) 378 53 90 113 122 202 362 396 666 1180
2020-09-19 14:15 4.08 224 6740 (1949) 11 (1954) 378 53 90 113 122 202 362 396 666 1180
2020-09-19 13:15 4.09 226 6740 (1949) 11 (1954) 378 53 90 113 122 202 362 396 666 1180
2020-09-19 12:15 4.09 226 6740 (1949) 11 (1954) 378 53 90 113 122 202 362 396 666 1180
2020-09-19 11:15 4.09 226 6740 (1949) 11 (1954) 378 53 90 113 122 202 362 396 666 1180
2020-09-19 10:15 4.09 226 6740 (1949) 11 (1954) 378 53 90 113 122 202 362 396 666 1180
2020-09-19 09:15 4.09 226 6740 (1949) 11 (1954) 378 53 90 113 122 202 362 396 666 1180
2020-09-19 08:15 4.09 226 6740 (1949) 11 (1954) 378 53 90 113 122 202 362 396 666 1180
2020-09-19 07:15 4.09 226 6740 (1949) 11 (1954) 378 53 90 113 122 202 362 396 666 1180
2020-09-19 06:15 4.09 226 6740 (1949) 11 (1954) 378 53 90 113 122 202 362 396 666 1180
2020-09-19 05:15 4.09 226 6740 (1949) 11 (1954) 378 53 90 113 122 202 362 396 666 1180
2020-09-19 04:15 4.09 226 6740 (1949) 11 (1954) 378 53 90 113 122 202 362 396 666 1180
2020-09-19 03:15 4.09 226 6740 (1949) 11 (1954) 378 53 90 113 122 202 362 396 666 1180
2020-09-19 02:15 4.08 224 6740 (1949) 11 (1954) 378 53 90 113 122 202 362 396 666 1180
2020-09-19 01:15 4.08 224 6740 (1949) 11 (1954) 378 53 90 113 122 202 362 396 666 1180
2020-09-19 00:15 4.08 224 6740 (1949) 11 (1954) 378 53 90 113 122 202 362 396 666 1180
2020-09-18 23:15 4.08 224 3110 (2008) 12 (1954) 352 54 89 117 133 194 387 465 685 1180
2020-09-18 22:15 4.08 224 3110 (2008) 12 (1954) 352 54 89 117 133 194 387 465 685 1180
2020-09-18 21:15 4.08 224 3110 (2008) 12 (1954) 352 54 89 117 133 194 387 465 685 1180
2020-09-18 20:15 4.08 224 3110 (2008) 12 (1954) 352 54 89 117 133 194 387 465 685 1180
2020-09-18 19:15 4.08 224 3110 (2008) 12 (1954) 352 54 89 117 133 194 387 465 685 1180
2020-09-18 18:15 4.08 224 3110 (2008) 12 (1954) 352 54 89 117 133 194 387 465 685 1180
2020-09-18 17:15 4.08 224 3110 (2008) 12 (1954) 352 54 89 117 133 194 387 465 685 1180
2020-09-18 16:15 4.08 224 3110 (2008) 12 (1954) 352 54 89 117 133 194 387 465 685 1180
2020-09-18 15:15 4.08 224 3110 (2008) 12 (1954) 352 54 89 117 133 194 387 465 685 1180
2020-09-18 14:15 4.08 224 3110 (2008) 12 (1954) 352 54 89 117 133 194 387 465 685 1180
2020-09-18 13:15 4.08 224 3110 (2008) 12 (1954) 352 54 89 117 133 194 387 465 685 1180
2020-09-18 12:15 4.08 224 3110 (2008) 12 (1954) 352 54 89 117 133 194 387 465 685 1180
2020-09-18 11:15 4.08 224 3110 (2008) 12 (1954) 352 54 89 117 133 194 387 465 685 1180
2020-09-18 10:15 4.08 224 3110 (2008) 12 (1954) 352 54 89 117 133 194 387 465 685 1180
2020-09-18 09:15 4.08 224 3110 (2008) 12 (1954) 352 54 89 117 133 194 387 465 685 1180
2020-09-18 08:15 4.08 224 3110 (2008) 12 (1954) 352 54 89 117 133 194 387 465 685 1180
2020-09-18 07:15 4.09 226 3110 (2008) 12 (1954) 352 54 89 117 133 194 387 465 685 1180
2020-09-18 06:15 4.09 226 3110 (2008) 12 (1954) 352 54 89 117 133 194 387 465 685 1180
2020-09-18 05:15 4.09 226 3110 (2008) 12 (1954) 352 54 89 117 133 194 387 465 685 1180
2020-09-18 04:15 4.09 226 3110 (2008) 12 (1954) 352 54 89 117 133 194 387 465 685 1180
2020-09-18 03:15 4.09 226 3110 (2008) 12 (1954) 352 54 89 117 133 194 387 465 685 1180
2020-09-18 02:15 4.09 226 3110 (2008) 12 (1954) 352 54 89 117 133 194 387 465 685 1180
2020-09-18 01:15 4.09 226 3110 (2008) 12 (1954) 352 54 89 117 133 194 387 465 685 1180
2020-09-18 00:15 4.09 226 3110 (2008) 12 (1954) 352 54 89 117 133 194 387 465 685 1180
2020-09-17 23:15 4.09 226 4190 (2008) 12 (1954) 402 57 84 119 131 192 359 437 930 1430
2020-09-17 22:15 4.09 226 4190 (2008) 12 (1954) 402 57 84 119 131 192 359 437 930 1430
2020-09-17 21:15 4.09 226 4190 (2008) 12 (1954) 402 57 84 119 131 192 359 437 930 1430
2020-09-17 20:15 4.09 226 4190 (2008) 12 (1954) 402 57 84 119 131 192 359 437 930 1430
2020-09-17 19:15 4.08 224 4190 (2008) 12 (1954) 402 57 84 119 131 192 359 437 930 1430
2020-09-17 18:15 4.09 226 4190 (2008) 12 (1954) 402 57 84 119 131 192 359 437 930 1430
2020-09-17 17:15 4.09 226 4190 (2008) 12 (1954) 402 57 84 119 131 192 359 437 930 1430
2020-09-17 16:15 4.09 226 4190 (2008) 12 (1954) 402 57 84 119 131 192 359 437 930 1430
2020-09-17 15:15 4.09 226 4190 (2008) 12 (1954) 402 57 84 119 131 192 359 437 930 1430
2020-09-17 14:15 4.09 226 4190 (2008) 12 (1954) 402 57 84 119 131 192 359 437 930 1430
2020-09-17 13:15 4.09 226 4190 (2008) 12 (1954) 402 57 84 119 131 192 359 437 930 1430
2020-09-17 12:15 4.09 226 4190 (2008) 12 (1954) 402 57 84 119 131 192 359 437 930 1430
2020-09-17 11:15 4.09 226 4190 (2008) 12 (1954) 402 57 84 119 131 192 359 437 930 1430
2020-09-17 10:15 4.09 226 4190 (2008) 12 (1954) 402 57 84 119 131 192 359 437 930 1430
2020-09-17 09:15 4.09 226 4190 (2008) 12 (1954) 402 57 84 119 131 192 359 437 930 1430
2020-09-17 08:15 4.09 226 4190 (2008) 12 (1954) 402 57 84 119 131 192 359 437 930 1430
2020-09-17 07:15 4.09 226 4190 (2008) 12 (1954) 402 57 84 119 131 192 359 437 930 1430
2020-09-17 06:15 4.10 229 4190 (2008) 12 (1954) 402 57 84 119 131 192 359 437 930 1430
2020-09-17 05:15 4.10 229 4190 (2008) 12 (1954) 402 57 84 119 131 192 359 437 930 1430
2020-09-17 04:15 4.10 229 4190 (2008) 12 (1954) 402 57 84 119 131 192 359 437 930 1430
2020-09-17 03:15 4.10 229 4190 (2008) 12 (1954) 402 57 84 119 131 192 359 437 930 1430
2020-09-17 02:15 4.10 229 4190 (2008) 12 (1954) 402 57 84 119 131 192 359 437 930 1430
2020-09-17 01:15 4.10 229 4190 (2008) 12 (1954) 402 57 84 119 131 192 359 437 930 1430
2020-09-17 00:15 4.10 229 4190 (2008) 12 (1954) 402 57 84 119 131 192 359 437 930 1430

A total of 186 rows are displayed for years 1922 through 2019.