Originally Posted by walterwhite
Thanks, that gives me a rough timeframe. Thatís not to bad for 200 cfs. Iíll have to check the USGS for average flows for that time of the year.
probably high - 500-1000 cfs.... the average won't do you much good. wait until the water year progresses, then find a specific year that follows the same early trend as this year and use that. Not that any of that really matters, what actually happens depends on temp, snow pack, precipitation, irrigation uses, etc and can change very quickly as those criteria vary. I would plan on there being plenty water - it's super rare that there is not plenty in June and this year looks to be well above average at this point. Nothing you identify now will hold water, so to speak, this far in advance.