Note: Routine Daily Forecasts of River Conditions are available at select river locations where data histories and forecast procedures make them possible. These forecasts are generally updated from 11:00 AM to noon local time. This RSS feed is based on the original development efforts of John Yagecic of the Delaware River Basin Commission.
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|Fairbanks, AK (PAFG4) Gauges||Observed||Forecast||Alerts|
|Aishihik Lake near Aishihik (ALAQ9)|
|Aishihik River below Aishihik Lake (ARAQ9)|
|Beaver River below Matson Creek (BVRQ9)|
|Big Creek at KM 1084.8 Alaska Highway (BGCQ9)|
|Giltana Creek near Mouth (GICQ9)|
|Klondike River above Bonanza Creek (KLNQ9)|
|Nisling River below Onion Creek (NIRQ9)|
|Old Crow River near Mouth (OCRQ9)|
|Pelly River at Pelly Crossing (PRXQ9)|
|Porcupine River below Old Crow River (PROQ9)|
|Stewart River near Mayo (SRFQ9)|
|Stewart River at Mouth (SRMQ9)|
|White River near Beaver Creek (WHRQ9)|
|Yukon River at Dawson (YDAQ9)|
|Yukon River above White River (YWRQ9)|
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