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[!] Over the next year, the USGS Pennsylvania Water Science Center will be updating the geodetic vertical elevation (gage datum) for many locations. Click HERE for additional information including a current list of streamgages with upcoming datum changes. This update in gage datum does not affect the location of the streamgage, nor the observed local gage height or discharge recorded at the streamgage.




USGS 03047000 Loyalhanna Creek at Loyalhanna Dam, PA

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Station gage imageSTATION.--03047000 LOYALHANNA CREEK AT LOYALHANNA DAM, PA.
LOCATION.--Lat 40`27'32", long 79`26'58", Westmoreland County, Hydrologic Unit 05010008, on left bank 1,030 ft downstream from Loyalhanna Dam, 1.8 mi south of Saltsburg and 4.7 mi upstream from confluence with Conemaugh River.
DRAINAGE AREA.--290 square miles.
PERIOD OF RECORD.--1940-1991, 2005-2009 (discharge measurements only), 2010 to current year.
GAGE.--Water-stage recorder. Elevation of gage is 889.38 ft above National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (U. S. Army Corps of Engineers benchmark). Satellite telemetry at station.
COOPERATION.--Funding for the operation of this station is provided by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Pittsburgh District.
GAGE HEIGHTS OF IMPORTANCE.-
Supplied by NWS: Flood stage-5.5 ft
REMARKS.--Flow completely regulated by Loyalhanna Lake (Station 03046850), 0.2 mi. upstream, and Latrobe Reservoir, combined capacity 99,000 acre-ft.
This station managed by the PAWSC Pittsburgh Field Office.

Available Parameters Period of Record
  
2007-08-03  2022-08-08
1939-10-01  2022-08-08







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