Summary of Watershed Conditions in the Guadalupe River Basin
Monday, May 20, 2019

This page is updated once a day with data obtained from USGS.

streamflow
  Flow (cfs) % of Daily Median
A. Guadalupe River @ Comfort 226 154%
B. Canyon Reservoir
Inflow 630 263%
Release 1660 634%
Full Res. Elev. - msl (Conservation pool) 909  
Reservoir Elev. Today - msl 910.42  
Capacity (Conservation pool) 100%  
     
C. Blanco River @ Wimberley 314 331%
D. Comal Springs 385 121%
E. San Marcos Springs 273 151%
F. Guadalupe River @ Gonzales 3200 302%
G. Guadalupe River @ Victoria 3310 230%
H. San Antonio River @ Goliad 656 160%
I. Guadalupe River @ Tivoli 2600 188%
     
Bay & Estuary Inflow 2300  

Diagrams reflect sources. Losses and diversions not included.

Full Reservoir Elevation Daily Elevation
Elevation 909 910.42
Historical Current
Spring Branch (Inflow) 240 630
Sattler (Release) 262 1660
Historical Current
Comal 317 385
San Marcos 181 273
Canyon Release Comal Springs Natural Baseflow
Source Percentages 49.4 11.5 39.1
Canyon Release Comal Springs San Marcos Springs Natural Baseflow
Source Percentages 50.2 11.6 8.2 30.0
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