Instantaneous discharge at USGS streamgage 12113000 was last reported at 1930cfs and a corresponding gage height of 55.88ft. This streamgage is located in Washington at an elevation of 95.0ft, with air temperatures expected to reach 48 degrees today, Rain. View the hourly weather forecast to stay on top of the latest weather alerts.
The average streamflow rate for this location is 1429 cfs, with historical river levels flowing between a low of 81 cfs, and peaking at a record high of 21400 cfs. Explore the stage vs discharge relationship to learn more.
"Stage" is the water level above some arbitrary point in the river and is commonly measured in feet. For example, on a normal day when no rain has fallen for a while, a river might have a stage of 2 feet. If a big storm hits, the river stage could rise to 15 or 20 feet, sometimes very quickly