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NOTE: From May 7 to May 13; the IL offices of the USGS Water Science Center are transitioning to a new data management software package. While you may not notice this transition, some sites may have problems or delays in being updated. We are actively monitoring these conditions and are resolving them as quickly as possible.
The stream gaging location has changed. The gage is now located approximately 500 ft upstream at the Route 6 bridge. The gage datum has not changed, so gage height values can be compared to those from the old location. However because of specific channel characteristics, gage height values at the new location will tend to be higher than those at the old location by approximately 0.50 to 0.75 ft. A new rating is being developed to account for the higher gage height values from the new location.This site is operated in cooperation with the
Streamflow information saves lives and protects property during floods. Information on the streamflow in the Nation's rivers also helps to ensure adequate water resources for a healthy environment and economy. The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) operates and maintains a national network of over 7,000 streamgages.
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