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USGS 08067070 CWA Canal nr Dayton, TX

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1991-10-01  2019-11-19
2007-10-01  2019-11-19







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Discharge, cubic feet per second, Upstream of Flume

Most recent instantaneous value: 858 11-19-2019   22:30 CST
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Daily discharge, cubic feet per second -- statistics for Nov 20 based on 38 water years of record more
Min
(1985)
25th
percen-
tile
Mean Median 75th
percen-
tile
Most Recent
Instantaneous
Value Nov 20
Max
(2018)
230 408 614 653 793 858 931


Gage height, feet, Upstream of Flume

Most recent instantaneous value: 2.71 11-19-2019   22:30 CST
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