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Video of the spillway and high flows: staircase and access #4.
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Berryessa spillway and Putah creek at 9500 CFS.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lX9VoQWsfsA&feature=share&app=desktop

 



-- Edited by Phasesofwatersports on Friday 1st of March 2019 11:48:15 AM

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I keep seeing different numbers of what the creek hit during this. The highest I see is 8400. I know it seems petty but I like to log this sort of stuff. I think some of the numbers people looked at was Putah Creek going into the Lake. Sweet video too, thanks for sharing.



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Jordan Check the CDEC site. cdec.water.ca.gov/dynamicapp/QueryF The highest flows were on 2/27 at 19:45 9,678CFS

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Yeah, what Otter said.

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I did see the chart on Thursday, and I swear that it was pegged right at the 10,000cfs line.



-- Edited by mudhen on Friday 1st of March 2019 10:56:25 AM

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Oops, tried to fix the link to my video and deleted the whole thing.  Here is is again.

Jordan, I plotted the raw data from the evening of the 27th to the early morning of the 28th.  This might be why people are reporting different numbers.  Clearly, somthing happened with the flow data right around 10:30 that night.  I suspect there was either a problem with the sensor, or CDEC relased the data before it was QA/QC'd,  The sudden drop in the reading can be resolved when the flows are plotted over just a few hours.

 






-- Edited by Phasesofwatersports on Friday 1st of March 2019 01:31:15 PM

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Nice video, thanks for posting.

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I thought I saw ~14,000 somewhere, but I don't see that anywhere now, so I am probably just wrong.

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Super cool video. It is neat seeing the raging river through sections we have peacefully walked.

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