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By beekeeper
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The USGS Texas Streamflow site has some shocking flow rates. The Colorado River at LaGrange, is at 83,400 cf/s and the Brazos has rates in excess of 60,000 cf/s. The flow rates earlier in the weekend were little, if any. I suppose this was due to the backup of flow from the ocean surge. It finally came down enough to allow flows. At any rate, I don't think we will do a kayak trip on the lower Colorado for a while.
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By Neumie
#2245654
The high CFS's are from the massive amounts of rain falling in a very short time from a stalled Cat 4 Hurricane and has nothing to do with storm surge.
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By sleepyTX
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I went by the La Grange ramp Friday and the river is back down. The water is super clear, probably close to 5 + feet. There is a lot of erosion around the ramp.

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