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USGS 414745087484901 SUMMIT CONDUIT OUTFALL AT SUMMIT, IL

PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION

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Chicago District - Chicago, Illinois

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Available Parameters Available Period
  
2020-12-16  2021-09-25
2020-11-18  2021-09-25







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Gage height, feet

Most recent instantaneous value: 1.28 09-25-2021   00:00 CST
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Water velocity reading from field sensor, feet per second, SW

Most recent instantaneous value: 2.22 09-25-2021   00:00 CST
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