DAILY DAM DATA POST EXAMPLE:
Lake Elevation = Lake level based on elevation above sea level. Normal summer lake elevation is 290 ft, Normal winter lake elevation is 285 ft.
CFS = Cubic Feet per Second. The volume or the amount and rate of water that is flowing.
Inflow = Volume of water entering the reservoir.
Outflow = Volume of water being released from the dam at the Stilling Basin. If "==>" is present, the first number represents the current outflow, and the second number represents are target outflow for a scheduled gate change.
Stream Temperature = Water temperature being released from the dam, which can be different than the lake's surface water temperature, such as during the summertime.
Measured Precipitation = Amount of water vapor condensation that falls to the earth's surface measured on site, such as rainfall or snow.
QPF = Quantitative Precipitation Forecast is the total amount of expected precipitation. We present a 24 hour and a 3 day forecast.
Gate Change = Indicates if we will be adjusting the dam outflow and what the target outflow for that gate change will be.
Tulpehocken Creek Readings = Amount and rate of water that is flowing at specific gauge stations along the Tulpehocken Creek in downstream areas.