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King County, Washington

Skykomish River Flooding Information
USGS gage data, map, alert phases, and recent high flows

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USGS Gage Name

Time, Date

Stage
(feet)

Flow
(c.f.s.)

Flow Change
(c.f.s./hr)

South Fork Skykomish River at Skykomish (external link) 6:46 AM, 4/23/2014 5.76 n/a 0 (stage, in feet)
Skykomish River near Gold Bar (external link) 6:30 AM, 4/23/2014 7.47 5550 -70

Notes:

This data was requested from USGS/Northwest River Forecast Center at 4/23/2014 7:13:15 AM.

The next request for USGS/Northwest River Forecast Center data is expected in approximately 2 minutes from when this page was loaded.

c.f.s. = cubic feet per second.
King County provides funding to the United States Geological Survey (USGS) to support the operation and maintenance of river and stream gages and related systems. South Fork Skykomish River at Skykomish gage data courtesy of Snohomish County. The term "gage" is defined as an instrument for measuring or testing. USGS uses the term "streamgage" to describe their equipment that obtains estimates of the amount of water flowing in streams and rivers. More information about USGS streamgages

South Fork Skykomish River at Skykomish: Stage 5.76 ft. at 6:46 AM (provisional)Skykomish River near Gold Bar: Flow 5550.00 c.f.s at 6:30 AM (provisional)Go to Snoqualmie River Flooding Information


Skykomish River Gage Map
Recent High Flow Data
High Flow Event Skykomish River near Gold Bar South Fork Skykomish River at Skykomish
January 17, 2011 63,900 c.f.s. 13.81 ft.
January 8, 2009 74,000 c.f.s. 12.67 ft.
November 6-7, 2006 129,000 c.f.s. 16.49 ft.
January 18, 2005 74,600 c.f.s. 13.15 ft.
October 30, 2003 86,500 c.f.s. 12.15 ft.
November, 1990 102,000 c.f.s.

Snohomish County Flood Warning Information (external link)
425-388-5060

Other Flood-related Information

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