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Old 04-16-2010   #1
Golden, Colorado
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Foxton Flow?

Anybody know if Foxton is flowing (i.e. > 300)? Neither the Foxton or Bailey gauge have a reading, but Waterton is at 386 and Deckers is at 75. I know these gauges never add up to the Waterton flow, so am curious if anyone has seen the flow on Foxton over the past day or so and could give an update. Thanks!

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Old 04-16-2010   #2
Lakewood, Colorado
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Roberts Tunnel appears to be on at 115 CFS Detail Graph

And the Grant gauge agrees at 136
Detail Graph

Unforunately, I would say it's not running by anyone's definition.

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Old 04-17-2010   #3
Denver, Colorado
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add So.Platte below Cheeseman [ wateralk station# 40] to NO. Fk. at Bailey#68 then subtract sum from Waterton#50,the difference will be divided between the two forks, probably more coming down the SP now because of lower elevation.More during peak run off down the NF because Deer and Elk creeks drain Mt. Evans.Add 1/2 +/- to respective fork.Late season is closer to dam flows as tribs contribute minimal water. This method of reckoning is semi-accurate.
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Old 04-17-2010   #4
Breckenridge, Colorado
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Went Mtn Biking at Buffalo Creek on Friday and I would say there's barely enough to float a boat. Maybe.
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