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North Canadian River near Yukon Stage (ft)Flow (kcfs)Observed: 4.07 ft at 3:30PM Jun 05, 2023Observed: 4.1 ft at 4:00PM Jun 05, 2023Observed: 4.11 ft at 4:30PM Jun 05, 2023Observed: 4.13 ft at 5:00PM Jun 05, 2023Observed: 4.15 ft at 5:30PM Jun 05, 2023Observed: 4.17 ft at 6:00PM Jun 05, 2023Observed: 4.18 ft at 6:30PM Jun 05, 2023Observed: 4.19 ft at 7:00PM Jun 05, 2023Observed: 4.21 ft at 7:30PM Jun 05, 2023Observed: 4.22 ft at 8:00PM Jun 05, 2023Observed: 4.24 ft at 8:30PM Jun 05, 2023Observed: 4.26 ft at 9:00PM Jun 05, 2023Observed: 4.27 ft at 9:30PM Jun 05, 2023Observed: 4.29 ft at 10:00PM Jun 05, 2023Observed: 4.3 ft at 10:30PM Jun 05, 2023Observed: 4.32 ft at 11:00PM Jun 05, 2023Observed: 4.33 ft at 11:30PM Jun 05, 2023Observed: 4.33 ft at 12:00AM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 4.34 ft at 12:30AM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 4.36 ft at 1:00AM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 4.37 ft at 1:30AM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 4.38 ft at 2:00AM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 4.39 ft at 2:30AM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 4.4 ft at 3:00AM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 4.42 ft at 3:30AM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 4.42 ft at 4:00AM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 4.42 ft at 4:30AM Jun 06, 2023Highest Observation: 4.43 ft at 5:00AM Jun 06, 2023Highest Observation: 4.43 ft at 5:30AM Jun 06, 2023Highest Observation: 4.43 ft at 6:00AM Jun 06, 2023Highest Observation: 4.43 ft at 6:30AM Jun 06, 2023Highest Observation: 4.43 ft at 7:00AM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 4.42 ft at 7:30AM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 4.42 ft at 8:00AM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 4.4 ft at 8:30AM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 4.39 ft at 9:00AM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 4.37 ft at 9:30AM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 4.35 ft at 10:00AM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 4.33 ft at 10:30AM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 4.29 ft at 11:00AM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 4.26 ft at 11:30AM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 4.24 ft at 12:00PM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 4.19 ft at 12:30PM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 4.15 ft at 1:00PM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 4.1 ft at 1:30PM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 4.06 ft at 2:00PM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 4.01 ft at 2:30PM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 3.95 ft at 3:00PM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 3.89 ft at 3:30PM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 3.83 ft at 4:00PM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 3.77 ft at 4:30PM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 3.7 ft at 5:00PM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 3.64 ft at 5:30PM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 3.58 ft at 6:00PM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 3.53 ft at 6:30PM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 3.47 ft at 7:00PM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 3.42 ft at 7:30PM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 3.37 ft at 8:00PM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 3.32 ft at 8:30PM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 3.28 ft at 9:00PM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 3.24 ft at 9:30PM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 3.21 ft at 10:00PM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 3.18 ft at 10:30PM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 3.13 ft at 11:00PM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 3.11 ft at 11:30PM Jun 06, 2023Observed: 3.08 ft at 12:00AM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 3.06 ft at 12:30AM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 3.04 ft at 1:00AM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 3.03 ft at 1:30AM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 3.01 ft at 2:00AM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 3 ft at 2:30AM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 2.99 ft at 3:00AM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 2.99 ft at 3:30AM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 2.98 ft at 4:00AM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 2.98 ft at 4:30AM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 2.99 ft at 5:00AM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 2.99 ft at 5:30AM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 3 ft at 6:00AM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 3 ft at 6:30AM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 3.02 ft at 7:00AM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 3.03 ft at 7:30AM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 3.06 ft at 8:00AM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 3.06 ft at 8:30AM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 3.09 ft at 9:00AM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 3.11 ft at 9:30AM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 3.12 ft at 10:00AM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 3.15 ft at 10:30AM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 3.15 ft at 11:00AM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 3.16 ft at 11:30AM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 3.18 ft at 12:00PM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 3.17 ft at 12:30PM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 3.16 ft at 1:00PM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 3.15 ft at 1:30PM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 3.15 ft at 2:00PM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 3.14 ft at 2:30PM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 3.12 ft at 3:00PM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 3.11 ft at 3:30PM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 3.09 ft at 4:00PM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 3.07 ft at 4:30PM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 3.06 ft at 5:00PM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 3.03 ft at 5:30PM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 3.01 ft at 6:00PM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 2.99 ft at 6:30PM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 2.97 ft at 7:00PM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 2.94 ft at 7:30PM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 2.92 ft at 8:00PM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 2.9 ft at 8:30PM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 2.87 ft at 9:00PM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 2.84 ft at 9:30PM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 2.82 ft at 10:00PM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 2.8 ft at 10:30PM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 2.79 ft at 11:00PM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 2.76 ft at 11:30PM Jun 07, 2023Observed: 2.75 ft at 12:00AM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.72 ft at 12:30AM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.71 ft at 1:00AM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.69 ft at 1:30AM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.67 ft at 2:00AM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.66 ft at 2:30AM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.65 ft at 3:00AM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.63 ft at 3:30AM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.61 ft at 4:00AM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.61 ft at 4:30AM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.59 ft at 5:00AM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.59 ft at 5:30AM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.58 ft at 6:00AM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.57 ft at 6:30AM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.57 ft at 7:00AM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.56 ft at 7:30AM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.56 ft at 8:00AM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.55 ft at 8:30AM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.55 ft at 9:00AM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.56 ft at 9:30AM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.56 ft at 10:00AM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.56 ft at 10:30AM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.56 ft at 11:00AM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.56 ft at 11:30AM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.56 ft at 12:00PM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.56 ft at 12:30PM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.56 ft at 1:00PM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.56 ft at 1:30PM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.56 ft at 2:00PM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.56 ft at 2:30PM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.55 ft at 3:00PM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.54 ft at 3:30PM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.54 ft at 4:00PM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.52 ft at 4:30PM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.51 ft at 5:00PM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.5 ft at 5:30PM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.48 ft at 6:00PM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.48 ft at 6:30PM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.47 ft at 7:00PM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.45 ft at 7:30PM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.45 ft at 8:00PM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.44 ft at 8:30PM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.43 ft at 9:00PM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.42 ft at 9:30PM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.42 ft at 10:00PM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.4 ft at 10:30PM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.39 ft at 11:00PM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.39 ft at 11:30PM Jun 08, 2023Observed: 2.38 ft at 12:00AM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.37 ft at 12:30AM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.37 ft at 1:00AM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.36 ft at 1:30AM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.35 ft at 2:00AM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.34 ft at 2:30AM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.33 ft at 3:00AM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.32 ft at 3:30AM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.32 ft at 4:00AM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.31 ft at 4:30AM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.3 ft at 5:00AM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.3 ft at 5:30AM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.29 ft at 6:00AM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.28 ft at 6:30AM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.28 ft at 7:00AM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.27 ft at 7:30AM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.26 ft at 8:00AM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.25 ft at 8:30AM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.25 ft at 9:00AM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.24 ft at 9:30AM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.23 ft at 10:00AM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.23 ft at 10:30AM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.22 ft at 11:00AM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.21 ft at 11:30AM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.21 ft at 12:00PM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.19 ft at 12:30PM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.19 ft at 1:00PM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.19 ft at 1:30PM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.19 ft at 2:00PM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.18 ft at 2:30PM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.18 ft at 3:00PM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.17 ft at 3:30PM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.17 ft at 4:00PM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.17 ft at 4:30PM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.16 ft at 5:00PM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.15 ft at 5:30PM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.15 ft at 6:00PM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.13 ft at 6:30PM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.12 ft at 7:00PM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.12 ft at 7:30PM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.12 ft at 8:00PM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.1 ft at 8:30PM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.1 ft at 9:00PM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.11 ft at 9:30PM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.09 ft at 10:00PM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.09 ft at 10:30PM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.09 ft at 11:00PM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.08 ft at 11:30PM Jun 09, 2023Observed: 2.08 ft at 12:00AM Jun 10, 2023Observed: 2.08 ft at 12:30AM Jun 10, 2023Observed: 2.08 ft at 1:00AM Jun 10, 2023Observed: 2.07 ft at 1:30AM Jun 10, 2023Observed: 2.07 ft at 2:00AM Jun 10, 2023Observed: 2.06 ft at 2:30AM Jun 10, 2023Observed: 2.06 ft at 3:00AM Jun 10, 2023Observed: 2.03 ft at 3:30AM Jun 10, 2023Observed: 2.04 ft at 4:00AM Jun 10, 2023Observed: 2.03 ft at 4:30AM Jun 10, 2023Observed: 2.06 ft at 5:00AM Jun 10, 2023Observed: 2.05 ft at 5:30AM Jun 10, 2023Observed: 2.05 ft at 6:00AM Jun 10, 2023Observed: 2.08 ft at 6:30AM Jun 10, 2023Observed: 2.19 ft at 7:00AM Jun 10, 2023Observed: 2.24 ft at 7:30AM Jun 10, 2023Observed: 2.26 ft at 8:00AM Jun 10, 2023Observed: 2.31 ft at 8:30AM Jun 10, 2023Observed: 2.36 ft at 9:00AM Jun 10, 2023Observed: 2.36 ft at 9:30AM Jun 10, 2023Observed: 2.32 ft at 10:00AM Jun 10, 2023Observed: 2.28 ft at 10:30AM Jun 10, 2023Observed: 2.23 ft at 11:00AM Jun 10, 2023Observed: 2.19 ft at 11:30AM Jun 10, 2023Observed: 2.16 ft at 12:00PM Jun 10, 2023Observed: 2.15 ft at 12:30PM Jun 10, 2023Observed: 2.14 ft at 1:00PM Jun 10, 2023Observed: 2.13 ft at 1:30PM Jun 10, 2023Observed: 2.14 ft at 2:00PM Jun 10, 2023Observed: 2.15 ft at 2:30PM Jun 10, 2023USGS--Water Resources of the United StatesYUKO2(plotting HGIRG) Graph Created (3:16PM Jun 10, 2023)ObservedLatest observed value: 2.15 ft at 2:30 PM CDT 10-Jun-2023. Flood Stage is 14 ft
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Datum: NAVD88
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NOTE: River forecasts for this location take into account past precipitation and the precipitation amounts expected approximately 24 hours into the future from the forecast issuance time.

NOTE: Forecasts for the North Canadian River near Yukon are issued as needed during times of high water, but are not routinely available.

Vertical Datum updated from NGVD29 to NAVD88 by gauge owner.

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Flood Categories (in feet)
Major Flood Stage: 17
Moderate Flood Stage: 16
Flood Stage: 14
Action Stage: 11
Low Stage (in feet): -9999

Historic Crests
(1) 19.20 ft on 06/10/1995
(2) 16.92 ft on 08/21/2007
(3) 16.85 ft on 05/21/2019
(4) 16.67 ft on 10/28/1941
(5) 16.21 ft on 08/19/2007
(6) 15.90 ft on 09/22/1965
(7) 15.80 ft on 06/24/1948
(8) 15.28 ft on 10/05/1959
(9) 15.00 ft on 05/19/1949
(10) 14.96 ft on 06/30/2007
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Recent Crests
(1) 12.04 ft on 07/02/2021
(2) 12.20 ft on 09/01/2020
(3) 13.01 ft on 07/28/2020
(4) 12.80 ft on 03/19/2020
(5) 11.95 ft on 06/06/2019
(6) 12.52 ft on 05/29/2019
(7) 11.14 ft on 05/26/2019
(8) 11.04 ft on 05/25/2019
(9) 16.85 ft on 05/21/2019
(10) 11.10 ft on 05/11/2019
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(P): Preliminary values subject to further review.

Low Water Records
Currently none available.

For more information on your flood risk go to www.floodsmart.gov.

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21 Flooding or isolation of suburban home sites and rural areas along the North Canadian River valley occurs... from near Banner Road to the headwaters of Lake Overholser. The Garth Brooks Avenue crossing northwest of town is closed. Ash and Cedar Streets at the north edge of town may see overflows. Low-lying rural roads are closed by flood depths of 9 or more feet with devastating currents.
20 Flooding or isolation of suburban home sites and rural areas along the North Canadian River valley occurs... from near Banner Road to the headwaters of Lake Overholser. The Garth Brooks Avenue crossing northwest of town is closed. Ash and Cedar Streets at the north edge of town may see overflows. Low-lying rural roads are closed by flood depths of 8 or more feet with devastating currents.
19 Flooding or isolation of suburban home sites and rural areas along the North Canadian River valley occurs... from near Banner Road to the headwaters of Lake Overholser. The Garth Brooks Avenue crossing northwest of town is closed. Ash and Cedar Streets at the north edge of town may see overflows. Low-lying rural roads are closed by flood depths of 7 or more feet with devastating currents.
18 Flooding or isolation of suburban home sites and rural areas along the North Canadian River valley occurs... from near Banner Road to the headwaters of Lake Overholser. The Garth Brooks Avenue crossing northwest of town is closed. Ash and Cedar Streets at the north edge of town may see overflows. Low-lying rural roads are closed by flood depths of 6 or more feet with devastating currents.
17 Flooding or isolation of suburban home sites and rural areas along the North Canadian River valley occurs... from near Banner Road to the headwaters of Lake Overholser. The Garth Brooks Avenue crossing northwest of town is closed by floodwaters. Low-lying rural roads are closed by flood depths near 5 feet with dangerously swift currents.
16 Flooding or isolation of suburban home sites and rural areas along the North Canadian River valley occurs... from near Banner Road to the headwaters of Lake Overholser. The Garth Brooks Avenue crossing northwest of town is closed by floodwaters. Low-lying rural roads are closed by flood depths near 4 feet with dangerously swift currents.
15 Flooding or isolation of suburban home sites and rural areas along the North Canadian River valley occurs... from near Banner Road to the headwaters of Lake Overholser. The Garth Brooks Avenue crossing northwest of town is closed by floodwaters. Low-lying rural roads are closed by flood depths near 3 feet with dangerously swift currents.
14 Flooding or isolation of suburban home sites and rural areas occurs along the North Canadian River valley... from near Banner Road to the headwaters of Lake Overholser. The Garth Brooks Avenue crossing northwest of Yukon floods. Low-lying rural roads are inundated by flood depths near 2 feet with swift currents.
13 Areas of shallow overflows extend along the North Canadian River valley from near Banner Road... downstream to the headwaters of Lake Overholser. The areas most affected are low-lying agricultural and suburban areas... oilfield facilities... and local roads.
12 Bankfull conditions with disperse points of shallow overflows near the river channel banks is prevalent... from near Banner Road to Yukon to the headwaters of Lake Overholser. The areas most affected are low-lying croplands and pastures... oilfields... and local roads.
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Latitude: 35.539499° N, Longitude: 97.742544° W, Horizontal Datum: NAD83/WGS84

River Stage
Reference Frame
Gauge Height Flood Stage Uses
NWS stage 0 ft 14 ft Interpreting hydrographs and NWS watch, warnings, and forecasts, and inundation maps
Vertical Datum Elevation
(gauge height = 0)
Elevation
(gauge height = flood stage)
Elevation information source
NAVD88 1247.66 1261.66 Survey grade GPS equipment, FEMA flood plain maps, newer USGS topographic maps
NGVD 29 Not Available Not Available Older USGS topographic maps, NGVD29 benchmarks
MSL Not Available Not Available Older USGS topographic maps, MSL benchmarks
Other Not Available Not Available  

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