Trail water level and rainfall information for Santa Clara County, California.



Trail conditions updated 19:11 on Tuesday April 25, 2017.

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Data for San Jose Guadalupe River Trail at Highway 101.
    Water level measured at Guadalupe River / Green Island Bridge    6.23 ft.; Up to six inches of water on trail at low spots, maybe passable by bike.



Data for Guadalupe River at I-880.
    Water level measured at Guadalupe River at Green Island    6.23 ft.; Below trail flood level.
    0.00 no rain; trail likely clear.



Data for Guadalupe River Downtown San Jose.
    Water level measured at Guadalupe River at Green Island    6.23 ft.; Below trail flood level.
    no rain; trail likely clear.



Data for San Jose Coyote Creek Trail under Highway 237.
    Water level measured at Coyote Creek / Highway 237    9.06 ft.; Portions of trail under deep water.



Data for Santa Clara San Tomas Aquino Trail at Mission College.
    Water level measured at San Tomas Creek / Williams Road / Starbird Park    1.6 ft.; Below trail flood level.
    0.00 no rain; trail likely clear.



Data for Santa Clara San Tomas Aquino Trail at Great America Parkway.
    Water level measured at San Tomas Creek / Williams Road / Starbird Park    1.6 ft.; Below trail flood level.
    0.00 no rain; trail likely clear.



Data for Los Gatos Creek Trail Leigh Ave storm drain.
    Water level measured at Los Gatos Creek / Lincoln Avenue    6.23 ft.; Below trail flood level.
    0.00 no rain; trail likely clear.



Data for Los Gatos Creek at Vasona.
    Water level measured at Los Gatos Creek / Lark Avenue    2.43 ft.; Minor flooding. Splash through on bike, feet may get wet if on foot.
    0.00 no rain; trail likely clear.



Data for Palo Alto Adobe Creek to Baylands under Highway 101 (closes over winter).
    Water level measured at Matadero Creek / El Camino Real and Lambert    2.52 ft.; Minor flooding. Splash through on bike, feet may get wet if on foot.
    0 no rain; trail likely clear.



Data for Penitencia Creek Trail at I-680.
    Water level measured at Upper Penitencia Creek / Piedmont Road    1.99 ft.; Below trail flood level.
    0.00 no rain; trail likely clear.



Data for Stevens Creek Trail under 101.
    Water level measured at Stevens Creek / Hwy 85    5.48 ft.; Below trail flood level.
    0.00 no rain; trail likely clear.



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Steam flow data courtesy USGS National Water Information System and Santa Clara Valley Water District. Precipitation data via Weather Underground. This page a project of Cyclelicious Bicycle blog.