CURRENT RIVER TRAIL CONDITIONS
Use extreme caution when venturing out on the river in cold weather.
Fall, winter and early spring water temperatures increase the risk of hypothermia.
Each station's "hydrograph" displays the stream stage (in feet) on the left side y-axis.
The stream flow (in thousands of cubic feet per second) is displayed on the right side y-axis.
CURRENT WEATHER CONDITIONS
WARNING TO ALL RIVER TRAIL USERS: Canoeing, kayaking, boating, camping and other river-related outdoor activities have inherent risks. The river environment (moving water, cold water, deep water, tricky currents, rocks, poison ivy, ticks, etc.), weather extremes (cold, heat, electrical storms, wind, etc.), and man –made structures (esp. dams) pose potential hazards. The river trail user should familiarize themselves with these hazards and have or obtain adequate skills to safely experience the river environment. Your safety is your responsibility!
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