Users' questions

What is the flow of the Green River?

What is the flow of the Green River?

Coursing from its headwaters in Wyoming’s Wind River Range, the mighty Green River descends into Utah, flows east to Colorado, and then returns back through Utah as it carves a path through a dramatic and varied landscape of mountains, canyons and desert for 730 miles.

What is the flow rate of the Colorado River?

640 m³/s
Colorado River/Discharge

What is the temperature of the Green River?

The Köppen-Geiger climate classification is BSk. The average annual temperature is 13.0 °C | 55.4 °F in Green River. The annual rainfall is 202 mm | 8.0 inch.

What is Streamflow USGS?

The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) uses the term “streamflow” to refer to the amount of water flowing in a river. Although USGS usually uses the term “stream” when discussing flowing water bodies, in these pages we’ll use “rivers” more often, since that is probably what you are more familiar with.

How big is the Green River drainage area?

Drainage area is 399 mi 2, excludes 3.67 miles in vicinity of Youngs Lake, flow from which has been diverted to Cedar River since about 1935. Datum of gage is NGVD of 1929. Maps.– Locate this station on a map of the basin (PDF). Additional Data and Information.– Latest shifted rating. Flood Stage.–

Where is the Green River in King County?

Location.– Latitude 47°18’45”, Longitude 122°12’10”, in NW 1/4 NW 1/4 Section 17, Township 21 North, Range 5 East, in King County, Hydrologic Unit 17110013, on left bank 1.2 miles east of Auburn, 1.8 miles downstream of Big Soos Creek, and at river mile 32.0.

What’s the flood stage for the Green River?

Flood Stage.– The National Weather Service Flood Flow for this station is 9,000 cfs. King County has Flood Phase Information for this gage. Funding for this site is provided by the cooperators / programs below:

How tall is the Green River in Washington?

A conversion factor of +3.41 ft was used to convert the old gage heights to the currently reported instantaneous gage height and stage-discharge rating points. This station managed by the Western Washington Field Office (Tacoma).