Gauge Description:There is at present no operating gauge on this river. There are several other online gauges which may help to estimate flows.
See NF Kings at Meadowbrook which may have a similar season.
UC San Diego Scripps Institute maintains a weather station at Devil's Postpile for use in climate research. The gauge shows water height rather than cfs. Monitor the estimate for Dinkey Creek at Dinkey Meadows which is based on the realtime flows reported for the NF Kings below Dinkey Creek at Dreamflows.com or CDEC. Tom Hagberg estimated that Granite will peak about 50% higher than Dinkey Creek. He also estimated that peak flows will be about 1 week behind Dinkey in dry years, about 2 weeks behind in normal years, and about 3 weeks behind in wet years. A streamflow gauge existed on Granite Creek from 1921 to 1986. Records for that period can be retrieved and analyzed.
Reports give the public a chance to report on river conditions throughout the country as well as log the history of a river.