Streamflow

Streamflow: March 26, 2017

The chart below shows how much water is flowing at different locations along the South Platte and Colorado Rivers. The streamflow rates depend on Denver Water’s diversions into various reservoirs, tunnels, canals and ditches. The chart below also shows the historic monthly average streamflow rate at each location. All streamflow rates are measured in cubic feet per second. 

 South Platte RiverFlows
(cubic feet per second)
Historical Monthly Average
(cubic feet per second)
North Fork of SP at Grant 119 38
South Platte at Waterton 37 33
South Platte at Denver 196 193
Burlington Ditch Diversion 189  
South Platte at Henderson 191 360
South Platte near Kersey
476 920
South Platte at Julesburg 127
555
Bear Creek at Morrison 20
20
South Boulder at Pinecliffe 32  
Colorado RiverFlows
(cubic feet per second)
Historical Monthly Average
(cubic feet per second)
Eagle River at Gypsum 316 190
Colorado River at Dotsero 1,563
1,040
Colorado River at Cameo 2,783 1,811
Colorado River near Kremmling 744 631