Lower Snake-Asotin
Watershed

Hydrologic Unit Code 17060103


The Lower Snake-Asotin watershed encompasses over 445,630 acres and stretches across Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. Drainage basins like this one funnel all the streams, snowmelt, and rainfall to a common outlet such as the outflow of a reservoir, or mouth of a bay.



Watershed Hierarchy

View other constituents of the Lower Snake-Asotin Watershed network.


Watershed Overview

Current conditions and statistics for the Lower Snake-Asotin Watershed
Spruce Springs
Snow Sensor 984
32"
Snowpack

24hr Change

Air Temp

Elevation
Sourdough Gulch
Snow Sensor 985
1"
Snowpack

24hr Change

Air Temp

Elevation
Asotin 14 Sw
Snow Sensor ASNW1
0"
Snowpack

24hr Change

Air Temp

Elevation
Asotin Creek Below Confluence Near Asotin
USGS 13334450
54 cfs
Streamflow

Gauge Height

Air Temp

Elevation
Snake River Bl Mcduff Rapids At China Gardens
USGS 13317660
24100 cfs
Streamflow

Gauge Height

Air Temp

Elevation
Snake River Near Anatone
USGS 13334300
28700 cfs
Streamflow

Gauge Height

Air Temp

Elevation
Asotin Creek At Asotin
USGS 13335050
123 cfs
Streamflow

Gauge Height

Air Temp

Elevation
Location 24hr Change (%) vs Average (%) Volatility (%)
Spruce Springs
Snow Sensor 984
-3.03
Asotin 14 Sw
Snow Sensor ASNW1
20
Snake River Bl Mcduff Rapids At China Gardens
USGS 13317660
-1.63
Snake River Near Anatone
USGS 13334300
-3.69
Asotin Creek At Asotin
USGS 13335050
-6.82


Watershed Correlation

Compare constituents of the Lower Snake-Asotin Watershed that move tightly or weakly together.


Trending Conditions

Recent snowpack and discharge levels for the Lower Snake-Asotin Watershed


Watershed Profile

Compare elevation with snowpack and streamflow conditions for this Watershed

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