There is no online gauge. There is a painted guage on the route 53 bridge which can be easily seen from the gravel parking area on river-left. 1 foot is consider the minium comfortable run.
Approximation from nearby online gauges courtesy Don Frew:
Red Mo cfs at Rt 53 Bridge = (West Branch Karthus - West Branch Hyde (lag 12 hrs) - Clearfield/Dimeling (lag 12hr))*0.4492.
Not a lot of experience yet with this -- but we think that 400 cfs is about 0 feet;
800 is about 1.0 ft; 1000 cfs is about 2.0 ft; 1200 cfs is about 2.5 ft; and 2000 cfs is about 3.0
ft. If you post the bridge gage reading here, along with the date and time of the run, this info
can be added to the database.
|Moshannon Creek (Red Mo) at RT53 Bridge|
|virtual-57690||350 - 2500 cfs||II||00h27m||561.949 cfs (running)|
|This is a VIRTUAL gauge based on Don Frew's estimation. Equates to about 1.0' to 3.5' at the RT53 bridge.|
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