Beaver Creek (Missouri), Bradleyville (07054080)

StateMissouriLatestPoor (42 cfs)
RiverBeaver CreekRatingObservedEstimated
Updated2022-09-25 21:15 (43 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)1632
Discharge42 cfs (median: 47 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)696
Height2.89 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.Good200346
TrendSteady (rising 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.Low100151
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.Poor5048

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Trips for Beaver Creek (Missouri), Bradleyville (07054080)

DateStartEndDistanceConditionDischargeHeightFishingDetails
Click for details2021-05-08 CR 437 Brownbranch Total trip distance: 4.5 miles4.5 High 679 4.60 Great LMB
RB
RSF
SMB
LMB, RB, RSF, SMB
Barton, Adam
Barton, Scott
Barton, Adam; Barton, Scott
We had the creek to ourselves on a Saturday due to rain falling in the morning. The water was up and flowing a little too fast for adequate fishing conditions, but we still caught tons of rock bass and smallmouth. There were a couple of tricky portages around some trees and rapids, but overall it turned into a beautiful afternoon on the water. I would recommend the area below Brownbranch for better fishing.We had the creek to ourselves on a Saturday due to rain falling in the morning. The water was up and flowing a little too fast for adequate fishing conditions, but we still caught tons of rock bass and smallmouth. There were a couple of tricky portages around some trees and rapids, but overall it turned into a beautiful afternoon on the water. I would recommend the area below Brownbranch for better fishing. USGS Gauge Data:
Bradleyville (07054080)
Discharge: 679
Height: 4.60
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Bradleyville (07054080)<br />Discharge: 679<br />Height: 4.60
Source: BartonSource: Barton
Click for details2019-05-25 Jackson Mill CR 437 Total trip distance: 9.2 miles9.2 Good 629 4.43 Great GSF
RB
SMB
GSF, RB, SMB
Bartlett, Joe
Bartlett, Renee
Edmond, Brian
Edmond, Julian
Grindstaff, Brian
Grindstaff, Nathaniel
Hayes, Katie
Larsen, Lisa
Travers, Gina
Tuter, Kristin
Van Someren, Tom
Bartlett, Joe; Bartlett, Renee; Edmond, Brian; Edmond, Julian; Grindstaff, Brian; Grindstaff, Nathaniel; Hayes, Katie; Larsen, Lisa; Travers, Gina; Tuter, Kristin; Van Someren, Tom
The water level on this trip was nearly perfect. There is no access at MO 76 despite the guidebook information. We put in at Jackson Hollow instead. The takeout is now gated and the landowner there is not friendly to paddlers (as we were told by some locals).The water level on this trip was nearly perfect. There is no access at MO 76 despite the guidebook information. We put in at Jackson Hollow instead. The takeout is now gated and the landowner there is not friendly to paddlers (as we were told by some locals). USGS Gauge Data:
Bradleyville (07054080)
Discharge: 629
Height: 4.43
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Bradleyville (07054080)<br />Discharge: 629<br />Height: 4.43
Source: EdmondSource: Edmond
Click for details2017-04-01 Brownbranch Bradleyville Total trip distance: 7.9 miles7.9 Good 532 4.01 Good LSF
SMB
LSF, SMB
Arnold, Al
Edmond, Brian
Edmond, Julian
Larsen, Chris
Larsen, Lisa
Turk, Scott
Van Someren, Tom
Arnold, Al; Edmond, Brian; Edmond, Julian; Larsen, Chris; Larsen, Lisa; Turk, Scott; Van Someren, Tom
The water was still high but coming down. It was relatively clear but still murky. At about 2/3 and 3/4, there were at least three tree obstacles that would have blocked us at a lower water level. Fortunately, there is an outfitter at Brownbranch that does some work clearing the river.The water was still high but coming down. It was relatively clear but still murky. At about 2/3 and 3/4, there were at least three tree obstacles that would have blocked us at a lower water level. Fortunately, there is an outfitter at Brownbranch that does some work clearing the river. USGS Gauge Data:
Bradleyville (07054080)
Discharge: 532
Height: 4.01
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Bradleyville (07054080)<br />Discharge: 532<br />Height: 4.01
Source: EdmondSource: Edmond
Click for details2020-04-21 Bradleyville Sam Day Road Total trip distance: 4.5 miles4.5 Good 511 3.81 None NoneNone Bartlett, Renee
Jones, Marianne
Van Someren, Andrea
Van Someren, Tom
Bartlett, Renee; Jones, Marianne; Van Someren, Andrea; Van Someren, Tom
This is the float that will forever be known as the "Fuck the Beaver" float. It begins with a huge sinkhole full of mud near the put in requiring a portage of 50 yards or so to the water. (Note: walking thru the sinkhole may result in the loss of your shoes.) Just downriver from the put in, a downed tree makes a tricky obstacle. We ended up with two boats tipped over. Otherwise, this was a quick, pretty stretch of river with only one or two other minor obstacles, the last of which claimed my hat, sunglasses and lawn chair. Fishing is unknown since my new birthday pole was broken in 3 pieces on this float. This section was fairly busy with multiple groups of floaters. However, we did find a nice shaded gravel bar for a wonderful lunch. In addition, there were lots of long, low water level stretches that did not require portage at this level but that might make this section less than ideal at a lower level.This is the float that will forever be known as the USGS Gauge Data:
Bradleyville (07054080)
Discharge: 511
Height: 3.81
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Bradleyville (07054080)<br />Discharge: 511<br />Height: 3.81
Source: BartlettSource: Bartlett
Click for details2019-04-21 Brownbranch Bradleyville Total trip distance: 7.9 miles7.9 Good 496 3.96 Fair BLG
GSF
SMB
BLG, GSF, SMB
Bartlett, Joe
Bartlett, Renee
Dudenhoffer, Todd
Van Someren, Tom
Bartlett, Joe; Bartlett, Renee; Dudenhoffer, Todd; Van Someren, Tom
The water level was absolutely STELLAR, moving along great the entire length. No obstructions in the river, either. While the number of fish we caught placed us in the "fair" region we all judged the fishing as "poor". Note too: Beaver Creek Canoe Rental is charging floaters a $10 per boat "Access fee" to put in there.The water level was absolutely STELLAR, moving along great the entire length. No obstructions in the river, either. While the number of fish we caught placed us in the USGS Gauge Data:
Bradleyville (07054080)
Discharge: 496
Height: 3.96
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Bradleyville (07054080)<br />Discharge: 496<br />Height: 3.96
Source: Van SomerenSource: Van Someren
Click for details2020-11-28 Brownbranch Bradleyville Total trip distance: 7.9 miles7.9 Good 442 4.02 Good SMBSMB Barton, Adam
Barton, Scott
Barton, Adam; Barton, Scott
No notes for this trip<i>No notes for this trip</i> USGS Gauge Data:
Bradleyville (07054080)
Discharge: 442
Height: 4.02
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Bradleyville (07054080)<br />Discharge: 442<br />Height: 4.02
Source: BartonSource: Barton
Click for details2022-09-04 Sam Day Road Hoot Owl Hollow (A) Total trip distance: 11.4 miles7.7 Good 362 3.85 None NoneNone Edmond, Alex
Edmond, Brian
Edmond, Joseph
Edmond, Julian
Edmond, Alex; Edmond, Brian; Edmond, Joseph; Edmond, Julian
This was an overnight trip with just the four of us. Water levels looked good for Beaver Creek and it was close so we decided to give it a try (the Northfork, our original destination, was flooding with the recent rain events). I was surprised to see the water murky, almost muddy. The shuttle to Long Creek Road was more than an hour as it was not direct. We stopped for an extended period at Brushy Creek which was a cool, clear stream that mixed with the muddy waters of Beaver Creek. We ate lunch and made our way to the camp site just above Hoot Owl Hollow. Dinner was burgers, mac and cheese, broccoli / sugar snap peas / mushrooms, and s'mores for dessert. Although the night was clear and fairly warm, we were tired and didn't stay up late. The water level on this day was not that high despite the murkiness of the water. It didn't warrant a "High" rating although it was really running down at Long Creek. I think we managed to get on the river as it was dropping rapidly (see the difference in water level between the two days). Alex and I ran the shuttle, Joseph and Julian stayed behind.This was an overnight trip with just the four of us. Water levels looked good for Beaver Creek and it was close so we decided to give it a try (the Northfork, our original destination, was flooding with the recent rain events). I was surprised to see the water murky, almost muddy. The shuttle to Long Creek Road was more than an hour as it was not direct. We stopped for an extended period at Brushy Creek which was a cool, clear stream that mixed with the muddy waters of Beaver Creek. We ate lunch and made our way to the camp site just above Hoot Owl Hollow. Dinner was burgers, mac and cheese, broccoli / sugar snap peas / mushrooms, and s'mores for dessert. Although the night was clear and fairly warm, we were tired and didn't stay up late. The water level on this day was not that high despite the murkiness of the water. It didn't warrant a USGS Gauge Data:
Bradleyville (07054080)
Discharge: 362
Height: 3.85
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Bradleyville (07054080)<br />Discharge: 362<br />Height: 3.85
Source: EdmondSource: Edmond
Click for details2016-07-16 Brownbranch Bradleyville Total trip distance: 7.9 miles7.9 Good 276 3.15 Excellent LSF
GSF
LMB
SMB
RB
LSF, GSF, LMB, SMB, RB
Amburn, Andrea
Amburn, Matt
Dudenhoeffer, Todd
Edmond, Brian
Eth, Joe
Van Someren, Tom
Amburn, Andrea; Amburn, Matt; Dudenhoeffer, Todd; Edmond, Brian; Eth, Joe; Van Someren, Tom
This was an excellent float trip. The water was nearly perfect (a little bit higher would have been nice but it was fantastic just like this). Joe caught more than 50 fish. I caught nearly 30 or more. Even when we didn't catch anything, we could feel fish hitting the lure.This was an excellent float trip. The water was nearly perfect (a little bit higher would have been nice but it was fantastic just like this). Joe caught more than 50 fish. I caught nearly 30 or more. Even when we didn't catch anything, we could feel fish hitting the lure. USGS Gauge Data:
Bradleyville (07054080)
Discharge: 276
Height: 3.15
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Bradleyville (07054080)<br />Discharge: 276<br />Height: 3.15
Source: EdmondSource: Edmond
Click for details2019-06-14 Brownbranch Bradleyville Total trip distance: 7.9 miles7.9 Good 258 3.35 Fair GSF
LMB
LSF
SMB
GSF, LMB, LSF, SMB
Bartlett, Renee
Bullard, Loring
Jones, Marianne
Knowlton, Laurie
Siegfried, Beth
Bartlett, Renee; Bullard, Loring; Jones, Marianne; Knowlton, Laurie; Siegfried, Beth
The 2019 Flag Day Float had near perfect weather. Water levels were great. No major obstacles. Absolutely no crowds, didn't see another group all day. Fishing was fair. Was literally "spanked" by a fish.The 2019 Flag Day Float had near perfect weather. Water levels were great. No major obstacles. Absolutely no crowds, didn't see another group all day. Fishing was fair. Was literally USGS Gauge Data:
Bradleyville (07054080)
Discharge: 258
Height: 3.35
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Bradleyville (07054080)<br />Discharge: 258<br />Height: 3.35
Source: BartlettSource: Bartlett
Click for details2015-04-21 Brownbranch Bradleyville Total trip distance: 7.9 miles7.9 Good 210 2.63 Good SMB
RB
SMB, RB
Coroleuski, Linda
Edmond, Brian
Ligon, Day
McKnight, Don
Coroleuski, Linda; Edmond, Brian; Ligon, Day; McKnight, Don
The river level was nearly perfect although there were a few places where the water level was a bit low. I wouldn't want to float this river any lower than this, except as a good fishing trip.The river level was nearly perfect although there were a few places where the water level was a bit low. I wouldn't want to float this river any lower than this, except as a good fishing trip. USGS Gauge Data:
Bradleyville (07054080)
Discharge: 210
Height: 2.63
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Bradleyville (07054080)<br />Discharge: 210<br />Height: 2.63
Source: EdmondSource: Edmond
Click for details2022-09-05 Hoot Owl Hollow (A) Long Creek Road Total trip distance: 11.4 miles3.7 Good 164 3.42 None NoneNone Edmond, Alex
Edmond, Brian
Edmond, Joseph
Edmond, Julian
Edmond, Alex; Edmond, Brian; Edmond, Joseph; Edmond, Julian
We packed up camp and left the gravel bar shortly before 1000 hours after a breakfast of sausage / egg / cheese English muffin sandwiches and chocolate chip muffins. We were running low on water so I thawed the frozen water bottles I had in the cooler. It worked fine since we had eaten most of the food that needed refrigeration and the freezer packs were holding out. The river water had cleared considerably but was still flowing well. Because the river ended up in several braided channels, we did have some difficulty with dragging at riffles in a few places. There were also some dangerous areas, including a riffle that would have been impossible to navigate successfully in even a kayak. We avoided these and nobody tipped over although I scraped past a root wad and ended up with a minor contusion on the top of my head and lost my paddle in the process. Luckily, Alex retrieved it for me. We stopped in a few places to get out and explore and swim. We were at the takeout by 1300 hours. Since everyone had to fit in the car, we packed the gear in an upright canoe and repacked at the put-in to have a good trip home. We arrived at home by 1700 hours after a stop at Andy's on South Campbell.We packed up camp and left the gravel bar shortly before 1000 hours after a breakfast of sausage / egg / cheese English muffin sandwiches and chocolate chip muffins. We were running low on water so I thawed the frozen water bottles I had in the cooler. It worked fine since we had eaten most of the food that needed refrigeration and the freezer packs were holding out. The river water had cleared considerably but was still flowing well. Because the river ended up in several braided channels, we did have some difficulty with dragging at riffles in a few places. There were also some dangerous areas, including a riffle that would have been impossible to navigate successfully in even a kayak. We avoided these and nobody tipped over although I scraped past a root wad and ended up with a minor contusion on the top of my head and lost my paddle in the process. Luckily, Alex retrieved it for me. We stopped in a few places to get out and explore and swim. We were at the takeout by 1300 hours. Since everyone had to fit in the car, we packed the gear in an upright canoe and repacked at the put-in to have a good trip home. We arrived at home by 1700 hours after a stop at Andy's on South Campbell. USGS Gauge Data:
Bradleyville (07054080)
Discharge: 164
Height: 3.42
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Bradleyville (07054080)<br />Discharge: 164<br />Height: 3.42
Source: EdmondSource: Edmond
Click for details2018-09-02 Bradleyville Sam Day Road Total trip distance: 7.0 miles7.0 Good 153 2.86 None NoneNone Henderson, Barry
Kendall
Miller
Winslow
Henderson, Barry; Kendall; Miller; Winslow
Good water, tight sunken channel, not a lot of scraping. Some log jams, and tricky spots. Both accesses were pretty tight. Put in at Bradleyville, down Church Street, then left on gravel road behind house, through field, under bridge. Take out was just as tight, but few cars there.Good water, tight sunken channel, not a lot of scraping. Some log jams, and tricky spots. Both accesses were pretty tight. Put in at Bradleyville, down Church Street, then left on gravel road behind house, through field, under bridge. Take out was just as tight, but few cars there. USGS Gauge Data:
Bradleyville (07054080)
Discharge: 153
Height: 2.86
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Bradleyville (07054080)<br />Discharge: 153<br />Height: 2.86
Source: HendersonSource: Henderson
Click for details2009-08-19 Brownbranch Bradleyville Total trip distance: 7.9 miles7.9 Low 77 1.81 Excellent SMB
RB
LSF
BLG
SMB, RB, LSF, BLG
Fillmore, Brian
Ligon, Day
Fillmore, Brian; Ligon, Day
No notes for this trip<i>No notes for this trip</i> USGS Gauge Data:
Bradleyville (07054080)
Discharge: 77
Height: 1.81
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Bradleyville (07054080)<br />Discharge: 77<br />Height: 1.81
Source: FillmoreSource: Fillmore
Click for details2009-08-22 Brownbranch Bradleyville Total trip distance: 7.9 miles7.9 Poor 74 1.79 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:
Bradleyville (07054080)
Discharge: 74
Height: 1.79
<b>USGS Gauge Data:</b></br />Bradleyville (07054080)<br />Discharge: 74<br />Height: 1.79
Source: EdmondSource: Edmond

A total of 14 rows are displayed.

Trip Summary for Beaver Creek (Missouri), Bradleyville (07054080)

Miles99.8
Trips13
People37
Dates14
Years9
Months7
Rows14
Sources6

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Gauge Data Table

ObservationHeightDischargeMaximum
Discharge
Minimum
Discharge
Mean
Discharge
P05P10P20P25P50
(Median)
P75P80P90P95
2022-09-25 21:15 2.89 42 176 (2009) 22 (2006) 60 23 25 27 31 47 78 92 110 152
2022-09-25 20:15 2.89 42 176 (2009) 22 (2006) 60 23 25 27 31 47 78 92 110 152
2022-09-25 19:15 2.87 40 176 (2009) 22 (2006) 60 23 25 27 31 47 78 92 110 152
2022-09-25 18:15 2.89 42 176 (2009) 22 (2006) 60 23 25 27 31 47 78 92 110 152
2022-09-25 17:15 2.88 41 176 (2009) 22 (2006) 60 23 25 27 31 47 78 92 110 152
2022-09-25 16:15 2.89 42 176 (2009) 22 (2006) 60 23 25 27 31 47 78 92 110 152
2022-09-25 15:15 2.88 41 176 (2009) 22 (2006) 60 23 25 27 31 47 78 92 110 152
2022-09-25 14:15 2.89 42 176 (2009) 22 (2006) 60 23 25 27 31 47 78 92 110 152
2022-09-25 13:15 2.88 41 176 (2009) 22 (2006) 60 23 25 27 31 47 78 92 110 152
2022-09-25 12:15 2.89 42 176 (2009) 22 (2006) 60 23 25 27 31 47 78 92 110 152
2022-09-25 11:15 2.90 43 176 (2009) 22 (2006) 60 23 25 27 31 47 78 92 110 152
2022-09-25 10:15 2.89 42 176 (2009) 22 (2006) 60 23 25 27 31 47 78 92 110 152
2022-09-25 09:15 2.89 42 176 (2009) 22 (2006) 60 23 25 27 31 47 78 92 110 152
2022-09-25 08:15 2.89 42 176 (2009) 22 (2006) 60 23 25 27 31 47 78 92 110 152
2022-09-25 07:15 2.90 43 176 (2009) 22 (2006) 60 23 25 27 31 47 78 92 110 152
2022-09-25 06:15 2.90 43 176 (2009) 22 (2006) 60 23 25 27 31 47 78 92 110 152
2022-09-25 05:15 2.88 41 176 (2009) 22 (2006) 60 23 25 27 31 47 78 92 110 152
2022-09-25 04:15 2.89 42 176 (2009) 22 (2006) 60 23 25 27 31 47 78 92 110 152
2022-09-25 03:15 2.89 42 176 (2009) 22 (2006) 60 23 25 27 31 47 78 92 110 152
2022-09-25 02:15 2.90 43 176 (2009) 22 (2006) 60 23 25 27 31 47 78 92 110 152
2022-09-25 01:15 2.89 42 176 (2009) 22 (2006) 60 23 25 27 31 47 78 92 110 152
2022-09-25 00:15 2.89 42 176 (2009) 22 (2006) 60 23 25 27 31 47 78 92 110 152
2022-09-24 23:15 2.88 41 284 (1996) 24 (2004) 71 25 26 27 29 49 82 98 151 260
2022-09-24 22:15 2.88 41 284 (1996) 24 (2004) 71 25 26 27 29 49 82 98 151 260
2022-09-24 21:15 2.89 42 284 (1996) 24 (2004) 71 25 26 27 29 49 82 98 151 260
2022-09-24 20:15 2.88 41 284 (1996) 24 (2004) 71 25 26 27 29 49 82 98 151 260
2022-09-24 19:15 2.89 42 284 (1996) 24 (2004) 71 25 26 27 29 49 82 98 151 260
2022-09-24 18:15 2.90 43 284 (1996) 24 (2004) 71 25 26 27 29 49 82 98 151 260
2022-09-24 17:15 2.90 43 284 (1996) 24 (2004) 71 25 26 27 29 49 82 98 151 260
2022-09-24 16:15 2.90 43 284 (1996) 24 (2004) 71 25 26 27 29 49 82 98 151 260
2022-09-24 15:15 2.90 43 284 (1996) 24 (2004) 71 25 26 27 29 49 82 98 151 260
2022-09-24 14:15 2.89 42 284 (1996) 24 (2004) 71 25 26 27 29 49 82 98 151 260
2022-09-24 13:15 2.90 43 284 (1996) 24 (2004) 71 25 26 27 29 49 82 98 151 260
2022-09-24 12:15 2.90 43 284 (1996) 24 (2004) 71 25 26 27 29 49 82 98 151 260
2022-09-24 11:15 2.91 45 284 (1996) 24 (2004) 71 25 26 27 29 49 82 98 151 260
2022-09-24 10:15 2.91 45 284 (1996) 24 (2004) 71 25 26 27 29 49 82 98 151 260
2022-09-24 09:15 2.92 46 284 (1996) 24 (2004) 71 25 26 27 29 49 82 98 151 260
2022-09-24 08:15 2.91 45 284 (1996) 24 (2004) 71 25 26 27 29 49 82 98 151 260
2022-09-24 07:15 2.89 42 284 (1996) 24 (2004) 71 25 26 27 29 49 82 98 151 260
2022-09-24 06:15 2.92 46 284 (1996) 24 (2004) 71 25 26 27 29 49 82 98 151 260
2022-09-24 05:15 2.91 45 284 (1996) 24 (2004) 71 25 26 27 29 49 82 98 151 260
2022-09-24 04:15 2.90 43 284 (1996) 24 (2004) 71 25 26 27 29 49 82 98 151 260
2022-09-24 03:15 2.92 46 284 (1996) 24 (2004) 71 25 26 27 29 49 82 98 151 260
2022-09-24 02:15 2.91 45 284 (1996) 24 (2004) 71 25 26 27 29 49 82 98 151 260
2022-09-24 01:15 2.90 43 284 (1996) 24 (2004) 71 25 26 27 29 49 82 98 151 260
2022-09-24 00:15 2.91 45 284 (1996) 24 (2004) 71 25 26 27 29 49 82 98 151 260
2022-09-23 23:15 2.91 45 298 (2009) 24 (2004) 65 24 26 28 29 48 74 80 136 248
2022-09-23 22:15 2.91 45 298 (2009) 24 (2004) 65 24 26 28 29 48 74 80 136 248
2022-09-23 21:15 2.91 45 298 (2009) 24 (2004) 65 24 26 28 29 48 74 80 136 248
2022-09-23 20:15 2.90 43 298 (2009) 24 (2004) 65 24 26 28 29 48 74 80 136 248
2022-09-23 19:15 2.90 43 298 (2009) 24 (2004) 65 24 26 28 29 48 74 80 136 248
2022-09-23 18:15 2.90 43 298 (2009) 24 (2004) 65 24 26 28 29 48 74 80 136 248
2022-09-23 17:15 2.89 42 298 (2009) 24 (2004) 65 24 26 28 29 48 74 80 136 248
2022-09-23 16:15 2.89 42 298 (2009) 24 (2004) 65 24 26 28 29 48 74 80 136 248
2022-09-23 15:15 2.88 41 298 (2009) 24 (2004) 65 24 26 28 29 48 74 80 136 248
2022-09-23 14:15 2.89 42 298 (2009) 24 (2004) 65 24 26 28 29 48 74 80 136 248
2022-09-23 13:15 2.90 43 298 (2009) 24 (2004) 65 24 26 28 29 48 74 80 136 248
2022-09-23 12:15 2.90 43 298 (2009) 24 (2004) 65 24 26 28 29 48 74 80 136 248
2022-09-23 11:15 2.90 43 298 (2009) 24 (2004) 65 24 26 28 29 48 74 80 136 248
2022-09-23 10:15 2.92 46 298 (2009) 24 (2004) 65 24 26 28 29 48 74 80 136 248
2022-09-23 09:15 2.91 45 298 (2009) 24 (2004) 65 24 26 28 29 48 74 80 136 248
2022-09-23 08:15 2.91 45 298 (2009) 24 (2004) 65 24 26 28 29 48 74 80 136 248
2022-09-23 07:15 2.91 45 298 (2009) 24 (2004) 65 24 26 28 29 48 74 80 136 248
2022-09-23 06:15 2.91 45 298 (2009) 24 (2004) 65 24 26 28 29 48 74 80 136 248
2022-09-23 05:15 2.92 46 298 (2009) 24 (2004) 65 24 26 28 29 48 74 80 136 248
2022-09-23 04:15 2.90 43 298 (2009) 24 (2004) 65 24 26 28 29 48 74 80 136 248
2022-09-23 03:15 2.92 46 298 (2009) 24 (2004) 65 24 26 28 29 48 74 80 136 248
2022-09-23 02:15 2.91 45 298 (2009) 24 (2004) 65 24 26 28 29 48 74 80 136 248
2022-09-23 01:15 2.92 46 298 (2009) 24 (2004) 65 24 26 28 29 48 74 80 136 248
2022-09-23 00:15 2.91 45 298 (2009) 24 (2004) 65 24 26 28 29 48 74 80 136 248
2022-09-22 23:15 2.91 45 545 (2009) 19 (2006) 72 21 26 27 28 47 74 81 132 384
2022-09-22 22:15 2.91 45 545 (2009) 19 (2006) 72 21 26 27 28 47 74 81 132 384
2022-09-22 21:15 2.91 45 545 (2009) 19 (2006) 72 21 26 27 28 47 74 81 132 384
2022-09-22 20:15 2.90 43 545 (2009) 19 (2006) 72 21 26 27 28 47 74 81 132 384
2022-09-22 19:15 2.91 45 545 (2009) 19 (2006) 72 21 26 27 28 47 74 81 132 384
2022-09-22 18:15 2.90 43 545 (2009) 19 (2006) 72 21 26 27 28 47 74 81 132 384
2022-09-22 17:15 2.91 45 545 (2009) 19 (2006) 72 21 26 27 28 47 74 81 132 384
2022-09-22 16:15 2.90 43 545 (2009) 19 (2006) 72 21 26 27 28 47 74 81 132 384
2022-09-22 15:15 2.89 42 545 (2009) 19 (2006) 72 21 26 27 28 47 74 81 132 384
2022-09-22 14:15 2.91 45 545 (2009) 19 (2006) 72 21 26 27 28 47 74 81 132 384
2022-09-22 13:15 2.90 43 545 (2009) 19 (2006) 72 21 26 27 28 47 74 81 132 384
2022-09-22 12:15 2.89 42 545 (2009) 19 (2006) 72 21 26 27 28 47 74 81 132 384
2022-09-22 11:15 2.90 43 545 (2009) 19 (2006) 72 21 26 27 28 47 74 81 132 384
2022-09-22 10:15 2.92 46 545 (2009) 19 (2006) 72 21 26 27 28 47 74 81 132 384
2022-09-22 09:15 2.90 43 545 (2009) 19 (2006) 72 21 26 27 28 47 74 81 132 384
2022-09-22 08:15 2.91 45 545 (2009) 19 (2006) 72 21 26 27 28 47 74 81 132 384
2022-09-22 07:15 2.92 46 545 (2009) 19 (2006) 72 21 26 27 28 47 74 81 132 384
2022-09-22 06:15 2.91 45 545 (2009) 19 (2006) 72 21 26 27 28 47 74 81 132 384
2022-09-22 05:15 2.91 45 545 (2009) 19 (2006) 72 21 26 27 28 47 74 81 132 384
2022-09-22 04:15 2.91 45 545 (2009) 19 (2006) 72 21 26 27 28 47 74 81 132 384
2022-09-22 03:15 2.91 45 545 (2009) 19 (2006) 72 21 26 27 28 47 74 81 132 384
2022-09-22 02:15 2.91 45 545 (2009) 19 (2006) 72 21 26 27 28 47 74 81 132 384
2022-09-22 01:15 2.92 46 545 (2009) 19 (2006) 72 21 26 27 28 47 74 81 132 384
2022-09-22 00:15 2.91 45 545 (2009) 19 (2006) 72 21 26 27 28 47 74 81 132 384
2022-09-21 23:15 2.91 45 164 (2008) 19 (2006) 54 21 25 27 29 48 72 84 95 137
2022-09-21 22:15 2.90 43 164 (2008) 19 (2006) 54 21 25 27 29 48 72 84 95 137
2022-09-21 21:15 2.90 43 164 (2008) 19 (2006) 54 21 25 27 29 48 72 84 95 137
2022-09-21 20:15 2.90 43 164 (2008) 19 (2006) 54 21 25 27 29 48 72 84 95 137
2022-09-21 19:15 2.90 43 164 (2008) 19 (2006) 54 21 25 27 29 48 72 84 95 137
2022-09-21 18:15 2.89 42 164 (2008) 19 (2006) 54 21 25 27 29 48 72 84 95 137
2022-09-21 17:15 2.90 43 164 (2008) 19 (2006) 54 21 25 27 29 48 72 84 95 137
2022-09-21 16:15 2.90 43 164 (2008) 19 (2006) 54 21 25 27 29 48 72 84 95 137
2022-09-21 15:15 2.90 43 164 (2008) 19 (2006) 54 21 25 27 29 48 72 84 95 137
2022-09-21 14:15 2.90 43 164 (2008) 19 (2006) 54 21 25 27 29 48 72 84 95 137
2022-09-21 13:15 2.91 45 164 (2008) 19 (2006) 54 21 25 27 29 48 72 84 95 137
2022-09-21 12:15 2.91 45 164 (2008) 19 (2006) 54 21 25 27 29 48 72 84 95 137
2022-09-21 11:15 2.91 45 164 (2008) 19 (2006) 54 21 25 27 29 48 72 84 95 137
2022-09-21 10:15 2.92 46 164 (2008) 19 (2006) 54 21 25 27 29 48 72 84 95 137
2022-09-21 09:15 2.91 45 164 (2008) 19 (2006) 54 21 25 27 29 48 72 84 95 137
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2022-09-21 06:15 2.92 46 164 (2008) 19 (2006) 54 21 25 27 29 48 72 84 95 137
2022-09-21 05:15 2.91 45 164 (2008) 19 (2006) 54 21 25 27 29 48 72 84 95 137
2022-09-21 04:15 2.92 46 164 (2008) 19 (2006) 54 21 25 27 29 48 72 84 95 137
2022-09-21 03:15 2.91 45 164 (2008) 19 (2006) 54 21 25 27 29 48 72 84 95 137
2022-09-21 02:15 2.93 47 164 (2008) 19 (2006) 54 21 25 27 29 48 72 84 95 137
2022-09-21 01:15 2.91 45 164 (2008) 19 (2006) 54 21 25 27 29 48 72 84 95 137
2022-09-21 00:15 2.92 46 164 (2008) 19 (2006) 54 21 25 27 29 48 72 84 95 137
2022-09-20 23:15 2.91 45 193 (2008) 20 (2006) 59 21 24 27 29 47 86 93 108 161
2022-09-20 22:15 2.91 45 193 (2008) 20 (2006) 59 21 24 27 29 47 86 93 108 161
2022-09-20 21:15 2.92 46 193 (2008) 20 (2006) 59 21 24 27 29 47 86 93 108 161
2022-09-20 20:15 2.91 45 193 (2008) 20 (2006) 59 21 24 27 29 47 86 93 108 161
2022-09-20 19:15 2.91 45 193 (2008) 20 (2006) 59 21 24 27 29 47 86 93 108 161
2022-09-20 18:15 2.90 43 193 (2008) 20 (2006) 59 21 24 27 29 47 86 93 108 161
2022-09-20 17:15 2.91 45 193 (2008) 20 (2006) 59 21 24 27 29 47 86 93 108 161
2022-09-20 16:15 2.91 45 193 (2008) 20 (2006) 59 21 24 27 29 47 86 93 108 161
2022-09-20 15:15 2.91 45 193 (2008) 20 (2006) 59 21 24 27 29 47 86 93 108 161
2022-09-20 14:15 2.92 46 193 (2008) 20 (2006) 59 21 24 27 29 47 86 93 108 161
2022-09-20 13:15 2.91 45 193 (2008) 20 (2006) 59 21 24 27 29 47 86 93 108 161
2022-09-20 12:15 2.91 45 193 (2008) 20 (2006) 59 21 24 27 29 47 86 93 108 161
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2022-09-20 10:15 2.92 46 193 (2008) 20 (2006) 59 21 24 27 29 47 86 93 108 161
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2022-09-20 07:15 2.92 46 193 (2008) 20 (2006) 59 21 24 27 29 47 86 93 108 161
2022-09-20 06:15 2.93 47 193 (2008) 20 (2006) 59 21 24 27 29 47 86 93 108 161
2022-09-20 05:15 2.92 46 193 (2008) 20 (2006) 59 21 24 27 29 47 86 93 108 161
2022-09-20 04:15 2.92 46 193 (2008) 20 (2006) 59 21 24 27 29 47 86 93 108 161
2022-09-20 03:15 2.92 46 193 (2008) 20 (2006) 59 21 24 27 29 47 86 93 108 161
2022-09-20 02:15 2.91 45 193 (2008) 20 (2006) 59 21 24 27 29 47 86 93 108 161
2022-09-20 01:15 2.92 46 193 (2008) 20 (2006) 59 21 24 27 29 47 86 93 108 161
2022-09-20 00:15 2.92 46 193 (2008) 20 (2006) 59 21 24 27 29 47 86 93 108 161
2022-09-19 23:15 2.91 45 239 (2008) 21 (2001) 68 22 25 27 30 48 101 107 162 234
2022-09-19 22:15 2.91 45 239 (2008) 21 (2001) 68 22 25 27 30 48 101 107 162 234
2022-09-19 21:15 2.92 46 239 (2008) 21 (2001) 68 22 25 27 30 48 101 107 162 234
2022-09-19 20:15 2.91 45 239 (2008) 21 (2001) 68 22 25 27 30 48 101 107 162 234
2022-09-19 19:15 2.91 45 239 (2008) 21 (2001) 68 22 25 27 30 48 101 107 162 234
2022-09-19 18:15 2.91 45 239 (2008) 21 (2001) 68 22 25 27 30 48 101 107 162 234
2022-09-19 17:15 2.92 46 239 (2008) 21 (2001) 68 22 25 27 30 48 101 107 162 234
2022-09-19 16:15 2.91 45 239 (2008) 21 (2001) 68 22 25 27 30 48 101 107 162 234
2022-09-19 15:15 2.92 46 239 (2008) 21 (2001) 68 22 25 27 30 48 101 107 162 234
2022-09-19 14:15 2.92 46 239 (2008) 21 (2001) 68 22 25 27 30 48 101 107 162 234
2022-09-19 13:15 2.91 45 239 (2008) 21 (2001) 68 22 25 27 30 48 101 107 162 234
2022-09-19 12:15 2.92 46 239 (2008) 21 (2001) 68 22 25 27 30 48 101 107 162 234
2022-09-19 11:15 2.93 47 239 (2008) 21 (2001) 68 22 25 27 30 48 101 107 162 234
2022-09-19 10:15 2.93 47 239 (2008) 21 (2001) 68 22 25 27 30 48 101 107 162 234
2022-09-19 09:15 2.93 47 239 (2008) 21 (2001) 68 22 25 27 30 48 101 107 162 234
2022-09-19 08:15 2.93 47 239 (2008) 21 (2001) 68 22 25 27 30 48 101 107 162 234
2022-09-19 07:15 2.94 49 239 (2008) 21 (2001) 68 22 25 27 30 48 101 107 162 234
2022-09-19 06:15 2.94 49 239 (2008) 21 (2001) 68 22 25 27 30 48 101 107 162 234
2022-09-19 05:15 2.94 49 239 (2008) 21 (2001) 68 22 25 27 30 48 101 107 162 234
2022-09-19 04:15 2.94 49 239 (2008) 21 (2001) 68 22 25 27 30 48 101 107 162 234
2022-09-19 03:15 2.93 47 239 (2008) 21 (2001) 68 22 25 27 30 48 101 107 162 234
2022-09-19 02:15 2.93 47 239 (2008) 21 (2001) 68 22 25 27 30 48 101 107 162 234
2022-09-19 01:15 2.93 47 239 (2008) 21 (2001) 68 22 25 27 30 48 101 107 162 234
2022-09-19 00:15 2.93 47 239 (2008) 21 (2001) 68 22 25 27 30 48 101 107 162 234
2022-09-18 23:15 2.93 47 283 (2008) 21 (2001) 71 23 26 28 32 48 98 114 187 254
2022-09-18 22:15 2.93 47 283 (2008) 21 (2001) 71 23 26 28 32 48 98 114 187 254
2022-09-18 21:15 2.93 47 283 (2008) 21 (2001) 71 23 26 28 32 48 98 114 187 254
2022-09-18 20:15 2.93 47 283 (2008) 21 (2001) 71 23 26 28 32 48 98 114 187 254
2022-09-18 19:15 2.93 47 283 (2008) 21 (2001) 71 23 26 28 32 48 98 114 187 254
2022-09-18 18:15 2.91 45 283 (2008) 21 (2001) 71 23 26 28 32 48 98 114 187 254
2022-09-18 17:15 2.92 46 283 (2008) 21 (2001) 71 23 26 28 32 48 98 114 187 254
2022-09-18 16:15 2.91 45 283 (2008) 21 (2001) 71 23 26 28 32 48 98 114 187 254
2022-09-18 15:15 2.93 47 283 (2008) 21 (2001) 71 23 26 28 32 48 98 114 187 254
2022-09-18 14:15 2.93 47 283 (2008) 21 (2001) 71 23 26 28 32 48 98 114 187 254
2022-09-18 13:15 2.92 46 283 (2008) 21 (2001) 71 23 26 28 32 48 98 114 187 254
2022-09-18 12:15 2.92 46 283 (2008) 21 (2001) 71 23 26 28 32 48 98 114 187 254
2022-09-18 11:15 2.93 47 283 (2008) 21 (2001) 71 23 26 28 32 48 98 114 187 254
2022-09-18 10:15 2.93 47 283 (2008) 21 (2001) 71 23 26 28 32 48 98 114 187 254
2022-09-18 09:15 2.93 47 283 (2008) 21 (2001) 71 23 26 28 32 48 98 114 187 254
2022-09-18 08:15 2.93 47 283 (2008) 21 (2001) 71 23 26 28 32 48 98 114 187 254
2022-09-18 07:15 2.93 47 283 (2008) 21 (2001) 71 23 26 28 32 48 98 114 187 254
2022-09-18 06:15 2.94 49 283 (2008) 21 (2001) 71 23 26 28 32 48 98 114 187 254
2022-09-18 05:15 2.95 50 283 (2008) 21 (2001) 71 23 26 28 32 48 98 114 187 254
2022-09-18 04:15 2.94 49 283 (2008) 21 (2001) 71 23 26 28 32 48 98 114 187 254
2022-09-18 03:15 2.93 47 283 (2008) 21 (2001) 71 23 26 28 32 48 98 114 187 254
2022-09-18 02:15 2.92 46 283 (2008) 21 (2001) 71 23 26 28 32 48 98 114 187 254
2022-09-18 01:15 2.93 47 283 (2008) 21 (2001) 71 23 26 28 32 48 98 114 187 254
2022-09-18 00:15 2.93 47 283 (2008) 21 (2001) 71 23 26 28 32 48 98 114 187 254

A total of 190 rows are displayed for years 1995 through 2021.