The Niangua River is a 125-mile-long (201 km) tributary of the Osage River in the Ozarks region of southern and central Missouri in the United States. Via the Osage and Missouri rivers it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi River. Niangua River has the name of Niangua (or Nehemgar), an Indian tribal leader. The name is said to mean "bear". Source: Wikipedia
Maximum discharge on the river today is recorded at the Niangua River At Tunnel Dam Near Macks Creek with a streamflow rate of 250 cfs. This is also the deepest point on the Niangua River, reporting a gauge stage of 1.58 ft. This river is monitored from 2 different streamgauging stations along the Niangua River, the first of which is perched at an elevation of 915 ft, the Niangua River At Windyville .
|Location||Streamflow||River Stage||Air Temp||Elevation|
Niangua River At Windyville
|54 cfs||0.82 ft|
Niangua River At Tunnel Dam Near Macks Creek
|250 cfs||1.58 ft|