We are currently unable to determine a flood phase. Please check the USGS and Northwest River Forecast Center sites for current data.
|Greenwater River at Greenwater (external link)
||1:45 PM, 9/2/2014
|White River below Clearwater River (external link)
||2:00 PM, 9/2/2014
|Mud Mountain Dam discharge (external link)
||12:00 AM, 8/30/2014
|White River above Boise Creek (external link)
||1:30 PM, 9/2/2014
|White River at R Street near Auburn (external link)
||1:45 PM, 9/2/2014
|White River near Auburn (external link)
||1:15 PM, 9/2/2014
||+0.01 (stage, in feet)
This data was requested from USGS/Northwest River Forecast Center at 9/2/2014 2:12:15 PM.
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We are currently unable to determine a flood phase. Please check the USGS/Northwest River Forecast Center site for current data.
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. 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
|White River Flood Phase Information:|
|Phase||Mud Mountain Dam discharge||Description||Condition|
||Red Creek area residents may experience overtopped roads and high water. Overbank flooding may occur in the City of Pacific.
||Overbank flooding is likely to occur in the City of Pacific. Red Creek area residents may experience dangerous high velocities,
debris flows and residential flooding.
||Floodwater is likely to overtop SR 410 upstream of Mud Mountain Dam near Greenwater.
Overbank flooding is likely to occur in the City of Pacific and near the City of Auburn.
Dangerous high velocities and debris flows may occur throughout the river system.
Damages may occur at the fish hatchery.|
|Recent High Flow Data: White River near Buckley except as noted|
|January 9, 2009
|November 6, 2006
*Based on U.S. Army Corps of Engineers data on flow releases from Mud Mountain Dam.
The United States Geological Survey (USGS) also provides the following additional gages:
White River at Pacific (external link)
White River at Roegner Park near Auburn (external link)
White River near Sumner (external link)
|Recent High Flow Data: Greenwater River at Greenwater |
| January 7, 2009
|| 4,530 c.f.s.|
| February 8, 1996
|| 5,900 c.f.s. |
|November 28, 1995
||4,240 c.f.s |
The National Weather Service also provides access to provisional gage data:
White River at Mud Mountain Dam (external link)
Other Flood-related Information
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