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During the winter, river stage may be significantly affected by backwater from ice, resulting in incorrect discharge data. Consequently, discharge data may not be displayed during periods of ice effect.

USGS 05368000 HAY RIVER AT WHEELER, WI

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LOCATION.--Lat 45°02'52", long 91°54'39", in SW 1/4 sec.25, T.30 N., R.13 W., Dunn County, Hydrologic Unit 07050007, on right bank 25 ft downstream from highway bridge in Wheeler, 1.8 mi upstream from Otter Creek, and 2.4 mi downstream from South Fork Hay River.

DRAINAGE AREA.--418 square miles.

PERIOD OF RECORD.--October 1950 to present.

REVISED RECORDS.--WDR WI-81-1: Drainage area.

GAGE.--Water-stage recorder. Datum of gage is 889.39 ft above NAVD88. Prior to Mar. 25, 1951, nonrecording gage.

REMARKS.--Gage-height telemeter at station.

OPERATED WITH FUNDING FROM:

The U.S. Geological Survey
National Streamflow Information Program

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The precipitation data for this station are temporary and will only be displayed for 30 days. Rainfall instrumentation may not be calibrated, and other quality assurance measures may not be performed that would make the data acceptable for archival, retrieval, or future use in general scientific or interpretive studies.

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This station managed by the Northwest Wisconsin Field Office - Rice Lake WI.

Available Parameters Period of Record
  
2017-08-15  2020-08-12
1950-10-01  2020-08-12
1989-10-01  1990-09-29
1989-10-01  1990-09-29
1989-10-01  1990-09-29







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