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Waioeka at Cableway

Site Info:
The Cableway water level and rainfall recorder is situated on the Waioeka River in the middle of the Waioeka catchment, between the township of Opotiki and the City of Gisborne.
The site commonly records dramatic rises in water level in response to heavy rain. Summer water levels at this site can get as low as 1.6 metres, but normal water levels are closer to 2.0 metres. A high flood water level of 10.2 metres was recorded at this site in July 1998.
The site records a mean annual rainfall of 2370 mm and daily falls up to 250 mm.
Grid Reference: W16: 878 222
Elevation (m): 50
Other Info: Historical Data Summaries (9.73 MB)
Rainfall Summary Report

Latest Summary

Sensor Latest Sample Latest Value (NZST) Alarm Status
River Level 1.322 metres25-May-2019 07:10N/A
Rainfall Depth 4.5 mm25-May-2019 07:10N/A

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