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Second-Day Feet The term 'Second-Day Feet' as it applies to the area of the weather can be defined as ' In hydrologic terms, the volume of water represented by a flow of one cubic foot per second for 24 hours; equal to 86,400 cubic feet. This is used extensively as a unit of runoff volume. Often abbreviated as SDF'.
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