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Otter Creek

Local Waters

Otter Creek

Rutland, VT, United States

The Otter Creek is an amazingly diverse system which starts in the southern part of the state draining off the Green Mountains and flows generally north thru Rutland, Middlebury, and Vergennes before entering Lake Champlain.  The head waters of the Otter Creek and its many smaller tributaries might just feel like heaven.  As the river runs it course and gains size it only gets better.  Trout abound all the way through Middlebury and mix with bass and pike in the bigger sections of river.  Downstream of Vergennes the river connects to Lake Champlain and offers access to tremendous warm water species.

Hourly Forecast

  • 8AM
    27oFTemp
    1 mph(WNW) mph Wind
  • 9AM
    26oFTemp
    1 mph(W) mph Wind
  • 10AM
    26oFTemp
    2 mph(SSW) mph Wind
  • 11AM
    25oFTemp
    3 mph() mph Wind
  • 12PM
    25oFTemp
    5 mph(WNW) mph Wind
  • 1PM
    25oFTemp
    4 mph(WSW) mph Wind
  • 2PM
    26oFTemp
    5 mph(NW) mph Wind
  • 3PM
    27oFTemp
    6 mph(WNW) mph Wind
  • 4PM
    28oFTemp
    7 mph(WNW) mph Wind
  • 5PM
    30oFTemp
    6 mph(W) mph Wind
  • 6PM
    31oFTemp
    6 mph(WNW) mph Wind
  • 7PM
    32oFTemp
    4 mph(NNW) mph Wind
  • 8PM
    33oFTemp
    5 mph(WSW) mph Wind
  • 9PM
    33oFTemp
    5 mph(WNW) mph Wind
  • 10PM
    35oFTemp
    5 mph(NW) mph Wind
  • 11PM
    31oFTemp
    4 mph(SSW) mph Wind
  • 12AM
    28oFTemp
    3 mph(WSW) mph Wind
  • 1AM
    26oFTemp
    3 mph(WSW) mph Wind
  • 2AM
    25oFTemp
    3 mph(SW) mph Wind
  • 3AM
    25oFTemp
    3 mph(SSW) mph Wind
  • 4AM
    25oFTemp
    4 mph(S) mph Wind
  • 5AM
    25oFTemp
    4 mph(S) mph Wind
  • 6AM
    25oFTemp
    5 mph(SSE) mph Wind
  • 7AM
    25oFTemp
    5 mph(SSE) mph Wind
  • 8AM
    24oFTemp
    5 mph(SSE) mph Wind
  • 9AM
    25oFTemp
    6 mph(SSE) mph Wind
  • 10AM
    25oFTemp
    6 mph(SSE) mph Wind
  • 11AM
    26oFTemp
    7 mph(SSE) mph Wind
  • 12PM
    27oFTemp
    7 mph(S) mph Wind
  • 1PM
    29oFTemp
    8 mph(S) mph Wind
  • 2PM
    31oFTemp
    10 mph(S) mph Wind
  • 3PM
    33oFTemp
    11 mph(SSW) mph Wind
  • 4PM
    35oFTemp
    11 mph(SSW) mph Wind
  • 5PM
    37oFTemp
    11 mph(SSW) mph Wind
  • 6PM
    39oFTemp
    11 mph(SSW) mph Wind
  • 7PM
    40oFTemp
    10 mph(SSW) mph Wind
  • 8PM
    39oFTemp
    9 mph(SSW) mph Wind
  • 9PM
    38oFTemp
    9 mph(S) mph Wind
  • 10PM
    37oFTemp
    8 mph(S) mph Wind
  • 11PM
    37oFTemp
    8 mph(S) mph Wind
  • 12AM
    37oFTemp
    8 mph(S) mph Wind
  • 1AM
    37oFTemp
    8 mph(S) mph Wind
  • 2AM
    38oFTemp
    7 mph(S) mph Wind
  • 3AM
    39oFTemp
    7 mph(S) mph Wind
  • 4AM
    40oFTemp
    7 mph(S) mph Wind
  • 5AM
    40oFTemp
    7 mph(S) mph Wind
  • 6AM
    41oFTemp
    7 mph(S) mph Wind
  • 7AM
    41oFTemp
    7 mph(SSW) mph Wind
  • 8AM
    42oFTemp
    7 mph(SSW) mph Wind
Mon
02/19
Foggy starting in the evening.
34oF
High
17oF
Low
8 mph (S)
Wind
Tue
02/20
Foggy throughout the day.
52oF
High
34oF
Low
7 mph (SSW)
Wind
Wed
02/21
Foggy in the morning.
65oF
High
43oF
Low
6 mph (SW)
Wind
Thu
02/22
Mostly cloudy throughout the day.
41oF
High
22oF
Low
4 mph
Wind
Fri
02/23
Snow (< 1 in.) overnight.
43oF
High
24oF
Low
2 mph (E)
Wind
Sat
02/24
Overcast throughout the day.
43oF
High
26oF
Low
6 mph (S)
Wind

Current

  • - cfs Flow
  • 3.88 ft Gauge Height
Data recorded at 02:45:00 AM on February,18 OTTER CREEK AT CENTER RUTLAND, VT
Previous 7 Day Water Data
SatFebruary,17 - cfs Flow 3.92 ft Gauge Height N/AWater Temp
FriFebruary,16 - cfs Flow 4.28 ft Gauge Height N/AWater Temp
ThuFebruary,15 - cfs Flow 3.02 ft Gauge Height N/AWater Temp
WedFebruary,14 - cfs Flow 3.01 ft Gauge Height N/AWater Temp
TueFebruary,13 - cfs Flow 3.03 ft Gauge Height N/AWater Temp
MonFebruary,12 - cfs Flow 3.20 ft Gauge Height N/AWater Temp
SunFebruary,11 - cfs Flow 2.85 ft Gauge Height N/AWater Temp

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