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River Recreational Statement
Colorado Basin River Forecast Center, Salt Lake City Utah
908 AM MDT August 28, 2014

Recreational River Report provided by the Colorado Basin River Forecast
Center. This information is also available through the Internet by
connecting to www.cbrfc.noaa.gov, selecting Rivers and then Recreational Forecasts.

This morning`s river flows in cubic feet per second for
Thursday, August 28, 2014. Forecast trend for the next 24 hours.
Please note that all data are provisional.

- Colorado -
-Colorado Basin-
Colorado nr Kremmling     1100   Forecast Little Change
Crystal nr Redstone       250    Forecast Fall to 220
Colorado blo Glenwood Spgs2950   Forecast Little Change
Gunnison blo Gunnison Tun 540    Forecast Little Change
Colorado at Westwater     5650   Forecast Little Change
Dolores blo Mcphee        70     Regulated
Dolores nr Bedrock        850    Forecast Fall to 80
Dolores nr Cisco          180    Forecast Rise to 760
-Green River Basin-
Yampa nr Steamboat Spgs   460    Forecast Fall to 380
Yampa at Maybell          660    Forecast Rise to 830
Little Snake nr Lily      600    Forecast Fall to 270
Yampa at Deerlodge        1400   Forecast Fall to 980
-San Juan Basin-
Animas nr Durango         450    Forecast Fall to 330
Piedra nr Arboles         120    Forecast Fall to 100
San Juan nr Archuleta     560    Regulated

- Utah -
-Colorado Basin-
Colorado at Westwater     5650   Forecast Little Change
Dolores nr Cisco          180    Forecast Rise to 760
Colorado nr Cisco         5400   Forecast Rise to 6350
Cataract Canyon           e9350  Forecast Little Change
NF Virgin nr Springdale   50     Forecast Fall to 40
Virgin nr Virgin          120    Forecast Fall to 70
Virgin nr Littlefield     430    Forecast Fall to 180
Colorado at Lees Ferry 9000-17000Power Releases
-Green River Basin-
Green blo Fontenelle      1800   Regulated
Green blo Flaming Gorge   1900   Regulated
Green at Jensen           3400   Forecast Rise to 3850
White nr Watson           660    Forecast Little Change
Cottonwood Ck blo Joes Val140    Regulated
Green nr Green River, Ut  4600   Forecast Little Change
San Rafael nr Green R, Ut 65     Forecast Fall to 0
Escalante nr Escalante    0      Forecast Little Change
Muddy nr Emery            30     Forecast Little Change
Fremont nr Bicknell       60     Forecast Little Change
Dirty Devil nr Hanksville 55     Forecast Fall to 20
-Great Basin-
Bear nr Evanston          250    Forecast Fall to 220
Logan abv State Dam       110    Forecast Little Change
Weber nr Oakley           180    Forecast Fall to 140
Weber nr Echo             300    Regulated
Weber at Gateway          310    Forecast Little Change
Ogden blo Pineview Dam    15     Regulated
Provo nr Woodland         200    Forecast Fall to 160
Provo blo Deer Ck Dam     300    Regulated
Sevier blo Piute Dam      340    Regulated
-San Juan Basin-
San Juan nr Bluff         600    Forecast Little Change

- Wyoming -
-Green River Basin-
Green blo Fontenelle      1800   Regulated
-Great Basin-
Bear nr Evanston          250    Forecast Fall to 220

- Arizona -
-Salt Basin-
Salt at Chrysotile        670    Forecast Fall to 440
Tonto Creek               5      Forecast Little Change
Cherry Creek              0      Forecast Little Change
-Colorado Basin-
Virgin nr Littlefield     430    Forecast Fall to 180
Colorado at Lees Ferry 9000-17000Power Releases
-Verde Basin-
Verde nr Camp Verde       1400   Forecast Fall to 160

Forecast Comments: During thunderstorm activity sudden sharp rises
are possible on any streams.

For future reservoir releases from Bureau of Reclamation Reservoirs call:

in Southwest Colorado - (970) 565-7562
in Westcentral Colorado - (970) 248-0660
for Flaming Gorge, Lake Powell and Navajo - (801) 524-3883

For information on the Upper Snake River in Wyoming and Eastern Idaho, including
flows on the Murtaugh stretch call 1-800-658-5771
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