This gauge measures the water released from Francis Walter Dam, controlled by the Army Corps of Engineers. Levels above 5,000 cfs can make rescue difficult.
|Lehigh R bl Francis E Walter Res nr White Haven PA|
|usgs-01447800||450 - 10000 cfs||II+(III)||00h37m||1060 cfs (running)|
Reports give the public a chance to report on river conditions throughout the country as well as log the history of a river.
|Lehigh [PA]||Lunch Rocks surfing at 9800 CFS||9800 CFS||Stephen Hobbs|
|Lehigh [ ]||Z Satellite Photo||n/a||Arthur Balajthy|
|3y214d15h17m||@Lehigh 1. White Haven to Rockport [PA]||Tannery Part 2||250 cfs||Arthur Balajthy|
|3y214d15h17m||@Lehigh 1. White Haven to Rockport [PA]||Tannery Part 1||250 cfs||Arthur Balajthy|
|3y350d13h28m||@Lehigh 1. White Haven to Rockport [PA]||Upper Lehigh River||250.00 ft||Arthur Balajthy|
|8y345d15h39m||/Lehigh-1. White Haven to Rockport [PA]||Brad Treat on the Lehigh||0 cfs||Brad Treat|
|> 10 years||[PA]||Fun on the Lehigh||n/a||Harry Steele|