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MARYS RIVER - ABOVE HOT SPRINGS CREEK (MHSN2)
Latitude: 41.25º NLongitude: 115.26º WElevation: 5504 Feet
Location: Elko County in NevadaRiver Group: Humboldt
Monitor Stage: 5.5 FeetFlood Stage: 6.0 Feet

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Historical Stage/Flow Data
Water Year
Peak Discharge (cfs)
Stage (feet)
Date
 Most Recent 5 Years
2022*
179
4.38
May 30, 2022
2021*
91
3.86
May 23, 2021
2020*
329
5.24
May 4, 2020
2019*
624
6.56
Jun 2, 2019
2018*
174
3.95
May 28, 2018
 Historical High Stage/Flow Events (Period of Record - Oct 1943-Sep 1980 and Oct 1981 to Present) - Ranked by Flow
1962*
4,210
7.63
Feb 12, 1962
1984*
2,110
8.39
May 15, 1984
2006*
1,330
3.24
Apr 17, 2006
1952*
1,250
6.57
Apr 29, 1952
 * Discharge affected to unknown degree by regulation or diversion
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Official 7 Day National Weather Service Forecast   (NVZ031)
Rest of Today: Windy. Partly sunny. Scattered snow showers in the morning, then scattered snow showers and isolated thunderstorms in the afternoon. Highs 22 to 30. West winds 15 to 30 mph with gusts to around 45 mph. Chance of precipitation 50 percent.

Tonight: Mostly cloudy. Numerous snow showers in the evening, then scattered snow showers after midnight. Snow accumulation up to 4 inches. Lows 10 to 16. Southwest winds 5 to 15 mph with gusts to around 30 mph. Chance of snow 70 percent.

Monday: Breezy. Partly sunny. Scattered snow showers in the morning. Patchy blowing snow through the day. Highs 24 to 32. Southwest winds 10 to 25 mph. Chance of snow 50 percent.

Monday Night: Breezy. Mostly cloudy with scattered snow showers. Patchy blowing snow through the night. Visibility one quarter mile or less at times. Lows 17 to 23. South winds 10 to 15 mph with gusts to around 30 mph increasing to 15 to 25 mph with gusts to around 45 mph after midnight. Chance of snow 50 percent.

Tuesday: Windy. Not as cold. Chance of snow in the morning, then snow likely in the afternoon. Patchy blowing snow through the day. Visibility one quarter mile or less at times. Moderate snow accumulations. Highs 34 to 40. Southwest winds 15 to 30 mph with gusts to around 45 mph. Chance of snow 70 percent.

Tuesday Night: Patchy blowing snow in the evening. Mostly cloudy with a 50 percent chance of snow. Visibility one quarter mile or less at times in the evening. Lows 18 to 24.

Wednesday: Partly sunny with a 50 percent chance of snow. Highs 30 to 36.

Wednesday Night: Mostly cloudy in the evening then becoming partly cloudy. Lows around 15.

Thursday: Mostly sunny. Highs 28 to 34.

Thursday Night: Partly cloudy. Lows 10 to 16.

Friday: Sunny. Highs 30 to 38.

Friday Night: Partly cloudy. Lows 14 to 20.

Saturday: Mostly sunny. Highs 34 to 42.
Impacts - E19 Information
6.0 FeetMinor lowland flooding on Lower Marys River. Minor flooding of rural roads throughout area. Some minor flooding of streets in Deeth.
6.8 FeetMinor to moderate lowland flooding on Lower Marys River. Flooding of many rural roads near river. Some streets in Deeth flooded with basements and foundations of a few homes flooded.
7.6 FeetModerate lowland flooding on Lower Marys River with moderate damage to roads, railroads, and structures in floodplain. Cattle subject to miring and drowning. Many streets in Deeth flooded with basements and foundations of some homes flooded. (Similar to flood of May 20, 2005)
8.4 FeetModerate to major flooding on Lower Marys River with significant damage to roads, railroads, and structures in floodplain. Cattle subject to miring and drowning. Much of the lower portion of Deeth is inundated with many basements and foundations of homes flooded. (Similar to flood of May 15, 1984)
9.0 FeetMajor flooding on Lower Marys River with many homes in low-lying sections of Deeth sustaining damage. Transportation and communication in area severely disrupted. Major damage to roads, railroads, and structures in floodplain. Water over a foot deep on some roads and railroads. Cattle subject to drowning. Sever erosion and sediment damage throughout reach. (Similar to record flood of February 12, 1962)
Product Disclaimer

This river graphic is not intended to serve as a substitute for official flood watches, warnings, advisories, or statements issued by the NWS Elko Weather Forecast Office. Observations are preliminary and subject to change. River levels identified as "forecast" should be consistent with those contained in official NWS products. River levels identified as "guidance" have significant uncertainty due to future weather or reservoir regulation and are provided for planning purposes only.