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The Grand River Conservation Authority assumes no responsibility for the correctness of the information contained in this website nor liability to any user of such information, regardless of the purpose.
Warning! River levels and flows can change rapidly.
This chart will help you understand the significance of various flows levels. The chart shows the name of the gauge, the affected communities and various flow levels along with the significance of that flow level. Flows are measured in cubic metres per second, i.e. the amount of water flowing past a spot in one second.
|Upper Drayton / Drayton||Drayton||0.1||Normal summer low flow|
|125||Water at banks; low-lying areas flooded|
|125 - 200||Warning level 1|
|290||Flooding behind Wood St. homes|
|200 - 300||Warning level 2|
|370||Water crosses Wood St.|
|300 - 400||Warning level 3|
|450||Water crosses Main St.|
|400 - 800||Warning level 4|
|Glen Allan||Glen Allan||3||Normal summer low flow|
|50||Water at banks; low-lying areas flooded|
|St. Jacobs||St. Jacobs||4||Normal summer low flow|
|35||Twp. Rd. 21 (Three Bridges Rd.) low-level bridge flooded|
|150||Water at banks; low-lying areas flooded|