Mark, there is an online gage. I'm sure that Ed E would run it at 100 cfs. Maybe a minimum of 125 for the rest of us. - Lee Thonus
No online gauge. From Ed Gertler's Book: The USGS Gauge at the railroad bridge upstream of Blue Mount Road should read at least 1.7 feet. Also, the water should be up to at least the bottom of the arch on the Route 45 Bridge at Parkton.
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