Weber River

9 Streamgauges
Max Discharge: 174 cfs Deepest Point: 11.54ft

Maximum discharge along the river was observed at the Weber River Near Wanship with a streamflow rate of 174 cfs. However, the deepest point on the river is located at the Weber River At Gateway reporting a gauge stage of 11.54 ft. This river is monitored from 9 different streamgauging stations along the Weber River, the highest being perched at an elevation of 6,652 ft, the Weber River Near Oakley.

The river is also a popular destination for whitewater enthusiasts, featuring river runs like Below Ogden Play Park, and Henefer to Taggert, a class II- to III run. Compare streamflow levels for nearby paddling destinations on the interactive map .

River Levels

Location Streamflow River Stage 24hr Change (%) % Normal Minimum (cfs) Maximum (cfs) Air Temp Elevation
Weber River Near Oakley
USGS 10128500
76 cfs 6.18 ft 50.3
Weber River Near Peoa
USGS 10129300
75 cfs 2.77 ft -22.83
Weber River Near Wanship
USGS 10129500
174 cfs 2.17 ft 72.28
Weber River Near Coalville
USGS 10130500
39 cfs 2.36 ft 46.07
Weber River At Echo
USGS 10132000
74 cfs 1.91 ft 5.15
Weber River At Gateway
USGS 10136500
134 cfs 11.54 ft 5.51
Weber River At I-84 At Uintah
USGS 10136600
140 cfs 5.13 ft 6.06
Weber River At Ogden
USGS 10137000
167 cfs 3.98 ft 20.14
Weber River Near Plain City
USGS 10141000
79 cfs 10.35 ft 0.64

River Streamflow

Total water inflow along the Weber River

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