Understanding the Value of the Meter stationed in Natalie Creek

The ability to display a chart of the ups and downs of Natalie Creek by 149th and Kilpatrick is a wonderful addition to the list of resources available, especially the ability to custom tailor the time frame.

The following chart is a display of the rise and fall of Natalie Creek from April 1, 2015 through April 26, 2015:


The graph shows 4 points on the timeline in which the height of the water rose significantly from its typical 6.00’ish baseline.  The April 25th surge seemed to have a preceding event of an up then down nature.

The significant drops in water level can be caused by a variety of factors, many currently unknown.