Hydro-Met Data Report Part 7
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This is NOAHS river information hotline for Saturday December 16 .

The river forecast calls for little change.

Snow level for the Cascades today is around 1500 feet.

For the following rivers, the gage height in feet is given, followed
by the flow in cubic feet per second.

Methowl near Pateros,     2.4 feet and   762.
Win aah chee at Puhshastin,     3.1 feet and  1499.
Klickitat near Pitt,     4.5 feet and  1130.
White Salmon near Underwood,     4.1 feet and   942.
Sauk near Sauk,     4.0 feet and  2438.
Nook sack at seederville,   139.9 feet and  2352.
Skajit at New hay lim,    83.1 feet and  3174.
Sky koh mish near Gold Bar,     5.7 feet and  1806.
North Fork of the Snow qualmie,     2.8 feet and   242.
Middle Fork of the Snow qualmie,     2.4 feet and   547.
Snow qualmie near the Falls,      4.4 feet and  1249.
Cedar below Diversion near Landsburg,     3.7 feet and   488.
Green near Auburn,    54.5 feet and   956.
Nisqually at McKenna,     2.9 feet and  1887.
Cowlitz at Packwood,     1.1 feet and   752.

Gauge height and change in feet during the past 24 hours is given for
the following rivers.
Skajit near Concrete,    17.2 feet with a change of  0.0   .
Sauk near Sauk,   4.0 feet with a change of -0.0   .
North Fork of the Stilli gwaw mish near Arlington,  3.2 feet with a
change of  0.0   .
Sky koh mish near Gold Bar,   5.7 feet with a change of  0.0   .
Snow qualmie near Carnation,  46.3 feet with a change of -0.0   .
Green near Auburn,  54.5 feet with a change of -0.0   .
Cowlitz below Mayfield Dam,  14.4 feet with a change of -0.0   .

The swell on the Washington coast early this morning was 8 feet at
9 seconds.


This hotline will be updated early Sunday morning.



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