Lost Watershed


The Lost watershed encompasses over 1,935,581 acres and stretches across California, and Oregon. 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. View all watersheds using the interactive map



Watershed Taxonomy



Watershed Overview

Current conditions and statistics for the Lost Watershed
Klamath Falls
Snow Sensor KLFO3
0"
Snowpack

24hr Change

Air Temp

Elevation
State Line
Snow Sensor 1258
4"
Snowpack

24hr Change

Air Temp

Elevation
Crowder Flat
Snow Sensor 977
3"
Snowpack

24hr Change

Air Temp

Elevation
Gerber Reservoir
Snow Sensor 945
3"
Snowpack

24hr Change

Air Temp

Elevation
Keno
Snow Sensor KENO3
0"
Snowpack

24hr Change

Air Temp

Elevation
Link River At Klamath Falls
USGS 11507500
822 cfs
Streamflow

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Air Temp

Elevation
Ady Canal At Highway 97
USGS 11509200
20 cfs
Streamflow

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Air Temp

Elevation
North Canal At Highway 97
USGS 11509105
15 cfs
Streamflow

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Air Temp

Elevation
Klamath Straits Drain Near Worden
USGS 11509340
3 cfs
Streamflow

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Air Temp

Elevation
Klamath River At Keno
USGS 11509500
747 cfs
Streamflow

Gauge Height

Air Temp

Elevation
Location 24hr Change (%) vs Average (%) Volatility (%)
Link River At Klamath Falls
USGS 11507500
12.6
Ady Canal At Highway 97
USGS 11509200
-0.49
North Canal At Highway 97
USGS 11509105
-32.41
Klamath Straits Drain Near Worden
USGS 11509340
-49.92
Klamath River At Keno
USGS 11509500
0.67

Watershed Correlation

Compare constituents of the Lost Watershed that move tightly or weakly together.

Trending Conditions

Recent snowpack and discharge levels for the Lost Watershed

Watershed Profile

Compare elevation with snowpack and streamflow conditions for this Watershed