Precipitation is measured using a tipping-bucket rain gage. Each tip of the bucket records 0.254 mm of precipitation. Graphs of rain gage data show the cumulative rainfall since the last gage reset.

Rainfall for last 24 Hours

Graph showing rainfall for last 24 hours

Rainfall for last 14 Days

Graph showing rainfall for last 14 days

Flow Stage

A non-contact stage sensor (on bridge at left) is suspended approximately 2 meters above the channel bed.

Stage is measured by a non-contact distance meter suspended over the channel. The device measures the distance from the sensor to the surface below. When no runoff is present, the measurement surface is the surface of the channel bed. Distance measurements are converted into a stage above a datum, which is 0.5 m beneath the bedrock channel. Changes in stage detected by the sensor when no runoff is present are usually caused by infilling of the channel by dry ravel processes.

Note that data for the stage sensor is only logged once a rainfall threshold is exceeded, so these plots may be non-existent or outdated.

Stage for last 24 hours

Graph showing stage for last 24 hours

Stage and Rainfall for last 14 days

Graph showing stage and rainfall for last 14 days

Battery Voltage

Battery Voltage for last 14 days

Graph showing battery voltage for the last 14 days

Video Camera

Rain-triggered video camera overlooking the channel at station 1.

A solar/battery powered video camera is used provide a visual record of the flow and channel change at Station 1. During rain events, video is recorded at 2 frames per second, and high-resolution photographs are taken every 30 seconds. Still images from the camera are transmitted to the internet everyday at noon and every 30 minutes during rain events. The complete video is downloaded manually from the camera.

Past Events

August 1, 2014

July 31, 2014

July 4, 2014, 1:30 pm, Surge 1 of 8

July 4, 2014, 1:35 pm, Surge 7 of 8

June 28, 2010, 7:22pm

June 12, 2010, 5:09pm

September 15, 2009, 5:46pm

June 2, 2009, 4:22pm