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Southern Rockies

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Current Flow
Low Water↔High Water
Oldman River Basin
Castle River @ Beaver Mines:
0cms
2018-04-16 11:30:00
35cms↔60cms
Crowsnest River @ Frank:
0cms
2018-04-16 11:15:00
10cms↔30cms
Drywood Ck. @ Mouth:
0.559cms
2018-09-23 23:10:00
30cms on gauge is runnable, gives you 2-4cms on the run
Oldman River @ RR13A:
0cms
2018-04-16 11:10:00
20cms↔90cms
St. Mary's @ Lethbridge:
0cms
2018-04-16 11:25:00
Unknown↔80cms
Bow River Basin
Bow River @ Lake Louise:
0cms

10cms↔20cms
Bow River @ Banff:
0cms
2018-04-16 11:15:00
20cms↔80cms
Bow River @ Calgary:
0cms
2018-04-16 11:05:00
50cms↔150cms
Cataract Ck:
0cms
2018-04-16 11:15:00
4cms↔10cms
Elbow River @ Bragg Ck:
0cms
2018-04-16 10:20:00
10cms↔20cms
Highwood River @ Diebel's:
4.86cms
2018-09-23 22:05:00
10cms↔40cms
Kananaskis R. Flows:
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); 0 cms
means that the plant is off line or not running. Water travel from Barrier dam to Canoe Meadows takes about 45 minutes. For a live view of river flows at Barrier, click on the web camera link:     th{text-align:left;} Day 0 Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Hour Ending Time Barrier Dam controlled, usually releases between 28cms-33cms
Pipestone River @ Lake Lousie:
0cms
2018-04-16 11:15:00
12cms↔25cms
Sheep River @ Black Diamond:
0cms
2018-04-16 11:05:00
12cms↔30cms
Red Deer River Basin
Red Deer River @ Burnt Timber:
20.4cms
2018-09-23 23:25:00
30cms↔90cms
Red Deer River @ Red Deer:
0cms
2018-04-16 11:15:00
30cms↔90cms
Red Deer River @ Drumheller:
0cms
2018-04-16 11:15:00
50cms↔250cms
Other Gauges
Milk River @ Milk River:
37.846cms
2018-04-16 11:15:00
15cms↔50cms
Bull River @ Dam:
Use link, sorry!
20cms↔50cms
Elk River @ Dam:
Use link, sorry!
25cms↔60cms
Kickinghorse River @ Golden:
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40cms↔100cms
Spillimacheen River @ Spillimacheen:
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Unknown↔Unknown
Kootenay River @ Crossing:
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Unknown↔Unknown
Kootenay River @ Ft. Steele:
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Unknown↔Unknown

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