Does anyone know why Eddyflower has the flow for Bailey at 460 cfs and then Waterton at 86? Is the Waterton flow just measured from the south fork side, is there another flow diversion for the north fork, or is this just the product of the time delay? Thoughts?
Eddyflower has the right gauge and reading 567 (Detail Graph), AW's gauge is wrong (currently reading 121). I put a comment on the river info stating that.
MB is currently linked to AW flows after the issues w/the EF site last year.
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oh right, EF is right, I guess I was confused about the AW reading's on the flows link above. I guess we just have to double check multiple sources to get the correct flow data. Thanks for the DWR link!