River Levels Streamgages Weather

Total streamflow across the Deep River was last observed at 219 cfs, and is expected to yield approximately 434 acre-ft of water today; about 44% of normal. River levels are low and may signify a drought. Average streamflow for this time of year is 494 cfs, with recent peaks last observed on 2018-09-17 when daily discharge volume was observed at 62,331 cfs.

Maximum discharge along the river is currently at the Deep River At Lake George Outlet At Hobart reporting a streamflow rate of 219 cfs. However, the streamgauge with the highest stage along the river is the Deep River Nr Upham with a gauge stage of 7.65 ft. This river is monitored from 4 different streamgauging stations along the Deep River, the highest being situated at an altitude of 1,439 ft, the Deep River Nr Upham.

The Deep River is a 125-mile long river that flows through North Carolina's Piedmont region. The river has a rich history, as it was used for transportation during the colonial era and played a significant role in the state's textile industry. The Deep River is also known for its diverse hydrology, including rapids and waterfalls.

There are several reservoirs and dams along the Deep River, including the Randleman Reservoir, which provides water to the city of Greensboro, and the High Point Lake Dam. These dams have helped regulate the river's flow and provide hydroelectric power to the surrounding area.

In addition to its industrial uses, the Deep River is also a popular recreational destination, offering opportunities for fishing, boating, and hiking. The river also supports agriculture, as it provides irrigation for farms in the surrounding area. Overall, the Deep River has played an important role in the history and development of North Carolina's Piedmont region.

July 19, 2024







Last Updated 2024-07-19
Discharge Volume 434 ACRE-FT
Streamflow 219.0 cfs
-298.2 cfs (-57.66%)
Percent of Normal 44.33%
Maximum 62,331.1 cfs
Seasonal Avg 494 cfs
Streamgauge Streamflow Gauge Stage 24hr Change (%) % Normal Minimum (cfs) Maximum (cfs) Air Temp Elevation
Deep River Nr Upham
USGS 05123510
13 cfs 7.65 ft -9.79
Deep River At Lake George Outlet At Hobart
USGS 04093000
219 cfs 5.71 ft -29.81
Deep River At Ramseur
USGS 02100500
76 cfs 1.06 ft 12.48
Deep River At Moncure
USGS 02102000
131 cfs 1.32 ft 4.8

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Deep River is a river that flows 29.5 miles (47.5 km) northeastly to the Little Calumet River in Lake County in northern Indiana in the United States. It is part of a fluvial system that drains about 10% of northern Indiana to Lake Michigan at Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor.

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