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Skookumchuck River at Skookumchuck Reservoir Pool (ft)Highest Observation: 473.48 ft at 9:08AM May 23, 2023Observed: 473.46 ft at 10:08AM May 23, 2023Observed: 473.44 ft at 11:08AM May 23, 2023Observed: 473.43 ft at 12:08PM May 23, 2023Observed: 473.41 ft at 1:08PM May 23, 2023Observed: 473.39 ft at 2:09PM May 23, 2023Observed: 473.38 ft at 3:08PM May 23, 2023Observed: 473.36 ft at 4:08PM May 23, 2023Observed: 473.35 ft at 5:09PM May 23, 2023Observed: 473.34 ft at 6:08PM May 23, 2023Observed: 473.32 ft at 7:08PM May 23, 2023Observed: 473.31 ft at 8:09PM May 23, 2023Observed: 473.3 ft at 9:09PM May 23, 2023Observed: 473.27 ft at 11:09PM May 23, 2023Observed: 473.26 ft at 12:08AM May 24, 2023Observed: 473.25 ft at 1:08AM May 24, 2023Observed: 473.23 ft at 2:09AM May 24, 2023Observed: 473.22 ft at 3:08AM May 24, 2023Observed: 473.21 ft at 4:09AM May 24, 2023Observed: 473.19 ft at 6:09AM May 24, 2023Observed: 473.18 ft at 7:09AM May 24, 2023Observed: 473.17 ft at 8:05AM May 24, 2023Observed: 473.15 ft at 9:08AM May 24, 2023Observed: 473.13 ft at 11:09AM May 24, 2023Observed: 473.12 ft at 12:09PM May 24, 2023Observed: 473.09 ft at 1:09PM May 24, 2023Observed: 473.06 ft at 2:08PM May 24, 2023Observed: 473.04 ft at 3:08PM May 24, 2023Observed: 473.02 ft at 5:08PM May 24, 2023Observed: 473.01 ft at 6:08PM May 24, 2023Observed: 472.99 ft at 7:08PM May 24, 2023Observed: 472.97 ft at 8:08PM May 24, 2023Observed: 472.96 ft at 9:08PM May 24, 2023Observed: 472.94 ft at 10:08PM May 24, 2023Observed: 472.92 ft at 11:08PM May 24, 2023Observed: 472.91 ft at 12:08AM May 25, 2023Observed: 472.9 ft at 1:08AM May 25, 2023Observed: 472.88 ft at 2:08AM May 25, 2023Observed: 472.87 ft at 3:08AM May 25, 2023Observed: 472.86 ft at 4:08AM May 25, 2023Observed: 472.84 ft at 5:08AM May 25, 2023Observed: 472.83 ft at 6:09AM May 25, 2023Observed: 472.82 ft at 7:08AM May 25, 2023Observed: 472.8 ft at 8:08AM May 25, 2023Observed: 472.78 ft at 9:09AM May 25, 2023Observed: 472.77 ft at 10:08AM May 25, 2023Observed: 472.75 ft at 11:09AM May 25, 2023Observed: 472.74 ft at 12:09PM May 25, 2023Observed: 472.73 ft at 1:09PM May 25, 2023Observed: 472.71 ft at 2:08PM May 25, 2023Observed: 472.69 ft at 3:09PM May 25, 2023Observed: 472.68 ft at 4:09PM May 25, 2023Observed: 472.67 ft at 5:09PM May 25, 2023Observed: 472.65 ft at 6:09PM May 25, 2023Observed: 472.63 ft at 7:08PM May 25, 2023Observed: 472.62 ft at 8:08PM May 25, 2023Observed: 472.6 ft at 9:09PM May 25, 2023Observed: 472.59 ft at 10:09PM May 25, 2023Observed: 472.57 ft at 11:08PM May 25, 2023Observed: 472.56 ft at 12:09AM May 26, 2023Observed: 472.54 ft at 1:09AM May 26, 2023Observed: 472.53 ft at 2:09AM May 26, 2023Observed: 472.51 ft at 3:08AM May 26, 2023Observed: 472.5 ft at 4:08AM May 26, 2023Observed: 472.48 ft at 5:09AM May 26, 2023Observed: 472.47 ft at 6:08AM May 26, 2023Observed: 472.46 ft at 7:08AM May 26, 2023Observed: 472.43 ft at 8:08AM May 26, 2023Observed: 472.42 ft at 9:08AM May 26, 2023Observed: 472.4 ft at 10:08AM May 26, 2023Observed: 472.39 ft at 11:08AM May 26, 2023Observed: 472.37 ft at 12:08PM May 26, 2023Observed: 472.36 ft at 1:08PM May 26, 2023Observed: 472.34 ft at 2:08PM May 26, 2023Observed: 472.33 ft at 3:08PM May 26, 2023Observed: 472.32 ft at 4:09PM May 26, 2023Observed: 472.31 ft at 5:08PM May 26, 2023Observed: 472.29 ft at 6:08PM May 26, 2023Observed: 472.29 ft at 6:25PM May 26, 2023SKRW1(plotting HPIRZ) Graph Created (9:05AM May 28, 2023)ObservedLatest observed value: 472.29 ft at 6:25 PM PDT 26-May-2023.
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Action Stage: 477
Low Stage (in feet): 0

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Latitude: 46.784722° N, Longitude: 122.717222° W, Horizontal Datum: NAD83/WGS84

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