The flow reported here is from the virtual gauge for the Gauley below the Meadow. This gauge is the sum of the current flow from Summersville Dam and the current flow from the Meadow River. It does not include the flow coming from any other creeks below Summersville Dam.
You can also view the USGS Gauge at Belva to get another view of the flow below the Lower Gauley.
|Gauley Below the Meadow|
|virtual-6192||500 - 5000 cfs||III+(IV)||14h57m||480.967 cfs (too low)|
This gauge adds summersville to the meadow and is upstream of this section.
|GAULEY RIVER ABOVE BELVA, WV|
|usgs-03192000||500 - 5000 cfs||III+(IV)||14h10m||473 cfs (too low)|
This gauge is way downstream at the takeout of the lower G.
Reports give the public a chance to report on river conditions throughout the country as well as log the history of a river.
|Gauley [WV]||With friends like these who needs eddies take 2||890cfs||Todd Schindler|
|middle gauley [wv]||backender...1995||800-1000 cfs?||troy fultz|
|4y256d06h46m||/Gauley-8 (Middle). Mason Branch to Bucklick Branch [WV]||Middle Gauley||n/a||Matt Jackson|
|9y301d17h10m||Gauley [WV]||Woods Ferry Access||2800 cfs||Thomas O'Keefe|
|> 10 years||Middle Gauley [WV]||Surfing at Perfect Wave||850 cfs||Charles and Nancy Brabec|