River Flows & Lake Levels
River flows as of Jan. 21
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Cowlitz River below Mayfield Dam – about 14,100 cubic feet per second (cfs)
Mayfield flow forecast (typically updated on Monday and Thursday afternoons) as of Thursday, Jan. 20: We plan to maintain the current discharge through Friday and then decrease the discharge down to about 12,000 cfs during the weekend.
Nisqually River below LaGrande Dam – 2,250 cfs
Wynoochee River above Black Creek – 2,600 cfs
Wynoochee River at Grisdale – 1,260 cfs
Green River at Palmer (Tacoma Water’s headworks) – 3,520 cfs
North Fork Skokomish River below Cushman Dam No. 2 – 483 cfs
Check out water safety resources. River flows can change at any time.
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Lake levels and boat launches as of Jan. 21
Riffe Lake – 744.7 feet of elevation (maximum of approx. 749 ft)
Learn about changes to Riffe Lake levels.
Mossyrock Park boat launch – one lane is open; the dock is usable, weather-permitting (we may need to remove it if the weather gets too volatile). The day-use area is open.
Taidnapam North boat launch is open.
Kosmos boat launch and parking lot are closed.
Taidnapam Park boat launch is closed.
Mayfield Lake – may fluctuate 4 feet weekly, between 421 and 425 feet of elevation (maximum of 425 ft)
Mayfield Lake Park boat launch and day-use area are open.
Lake Cushman – 722.29 feet of elevation (maximum of 738 ft)
The Lake Kokanee boat launch is open.
Get information about Skokomish Park at Lake Cushman.
Wynoochee Lake – 770.55 feet of elevation (maximum of 800 ft)
The day-use area is open.
Coho Campground and boat launch are closed. They are typically open from mid-May to October.
Get current campfire rules on the Parks & Recreation homepage.