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Old 02-09-2012   #41
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Average peak is about 2200 cfs, but I think the NRCS report deals more with average volume of runoff over the course of the spring and summer. Recall a few years ago we had a below average snow pack but a very high peak streamflow. Unfortunately, the snowpack blew it's load early that year and flows were barely boatable early July. 77 percent of average means "expect less good boatable days than you're used to."

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