Note 11185

Date/Time From:2019-05-07 @ 1745
Date/Time To:2019-05-07 @ 2015
Time Entered:2019-05-07 21:49:34
Time Updated:2019-05-07 21:57:15
Time Uploaded:2019-05-07 21:58:00
Submitted to:GeyserTimes for Android
Note:My observations were almost identical to Carol's for both SB and Cistern. I was able to observe SV as the wind direction changed slightly. When NV hit 40 ft SV would be around 20 to 25 ft. Most minors were concerted. Never were any vertical. The larger minors (NV 40 ft) became more frequent after 1830 occurring about every 10 minutes each creating a loud strong rush of water in the main channel. I checked the rock at the bridge and they never went around the left side of the rock. As for Cistern: At 1755 there was light overflow out of the back left corner and the front right and was the same at 2005.

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