River Statement
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TEXAS RIVER RECREATION ADVISORY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE, FORT WORTH TX
100 PM CST WED FEB 10 2016


FRI FEB 12 2016 THROUGH MON FEB 15 2016

PLANS ARE TO DISCONTINUE THIS PRODUCT IN THE NEAR FUTURE.
SEND COMMENTS TO SR-WGRFC.WEBMASTER@NOAA.GOV

RIVER FLOWS - IN CUBIC FEET PER SECOND - THE VOLUME OF WATER
REPRESENTED BY A FLOW OF ONE CUBIC FOOT PER SECOND FOR 24 HOURS.

RIVER BASINS AND                     ESTIMATED FLOWS
OBSERVATION             FRIDAY     SATURDAY     SUNDAY       MONDAY
POINTS BY AREAS         FLOW        FLOW         FLOW         FLOW


NORTHEAST WATERWAYS
 NECHES RIVER
  ALTO                 1150         1090         1080         1050
 SABINE RIVER
  GLADEWATER
   /US 271/             890   1      880          770         730

NORTH CENTRAL WATERWAYS
 BRAZOS RIVER
  PK DAM                100          100          100          100
  DENNIS /1543/         200          180          170          170
  GRANBURY DAM          440          440          440          440
  WHITNEY DAM          2800         2800         2800         2800
 TRINITY RIVER
  BENBROOK DAM            0            0            0            0
 DENTON CREEK
  GRAPEVINE DAM        1420         1420         1420         1420
 ELM FORK
  LEWISVILLE DAM       5660         5660         5660         5660

SOUTHEAST WATERWAYS
 ANGELINA RIVER
  SAM RAYBURN DAM      2100         2100         2100         2100
 NECHES RIVER
  TOWN BLUFF DAM       5000         5000         5000         5000
 VILLAGE CREEK
  KOUNTZE /418/         510          500          480          470
 SABINE RIVER
  TOLEDO BEND DAM      7090         7090         7090         7090
 TRINITY RIVER
  LIVINGSTON DAM      16230        16230        16230        16230

SOUTH CENTRAL WATERWAYS
 COLORADO RIVER
  SAN SABA /190/        100          100          100          100
  AUSTIN /183/          150          150          140          140
 FRIO RIVER
  GARNER STATE PARK      90           90           90           90
 GUADALUPE RIVER
  SPRING BRANCH
   /FM 311/             200          200          200          190
  CANYON DAM            170          170          170          170
  CUERO
   /77A 87 183/         740          510          480          470
 LAMPASAS RIVER
  STILLHOUSE DAM        200          200          200          200
 LLANO RIVER
  LLANO /SH 16/         140          120          110          110
 PEDERNALES RIVER
  JOHNSON CITY           60           60           60           60
 SAN ANTONIO RIVER
  FALLS CITY /791/      240          240          240          240
SOUTH CENTRAL WATERWAYS
 SAN MARCUS RIVER
  SAN MARCOS
  LULING /SH 80/        400          400          390          390

WEST TEXAS WATERWAYS
 RIO GRANDE RIVER
  PRESIDIO               40           30           30           30
  BOQUILLAS (RGV)        80           70           70           70
 PECOS RIVER
  PANDALE /1865/        150          150          150          150



CAUTION:  FLOW ESTIMATES ARE BASED ON RAINFALL AS OF 6 AM WEDNESDAY.
LOCALLY HEAVY RAINS AFTER RELEASE OF THIS ADVISORY CAN GREATLY CHANGE
THE FORECAST RIVER CONDITIONS.  ESTIMATES OF DISCHARGES FROM RESERVOIRS
ARE SUBJECT TO POWER AND WATER SUPPLY RELEASES AND FLOOD CONTROL
REGULATIONS.  CHECK THE LATEST WEATHER FORECAST AND BE PREPARED FOR
CHANGES IN FLOW AND FOR FLASH FLOODS.



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