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Current River Forecasts

River Observations & Official Forecasts

The Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service  provides observations and forecasts for area rivers as well  as precipitation information.

Daily River & Lake Summary

USGS Current Water Data

MMEFS

Meteorological Model Ensemble River  Forecasts 

Short-range hydrologic ensembles intended to provide an outlook in advance of a hydrologic event; produced automatically and are not official forecasts. 

Product / Service Description

Hazard Assessments & Outlooks

Weather Hazards Map
 

Weather Hazards

Map displays active watch, warnings, advisories and short term forecasts in the lower 48 states. 

Loop of sea-level pressures and fronts through day 7

National Forecast Maps

Hazards Days 3-7
 

Hazards Assessment

From Monday-Friday, the Climate Prediction Center issues an outlook of weather- and climate-related hazards to the United States for the next 3 to 14 days.

Interactive U.S. Hazards Outlook

Temperature / Precipitation Outlooks

Significant River Flooding
 

Significant River Flood Outlook

Provides a general outlook for significant river flooding. It is not intended to depict all areas of minor flooding or small-scale events such as localized flooding and/or flash flooding.

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U.S. Drought Monitor
 

U.S. Drought Monitor

The U.S. Drought Monitor is produced in partnership between the National Drought Mitigation Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, the United States Department of Agriculture, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

Local Drought Statement

Current Precipitation & Snow Conditions

Radar Albany NY

Radar

WSR-88D Doppler Radar

Albany NY 
Montague NY
Dual-Pol Data | Training
Northeast Sector | Loop
Nationwide | Loop

Precipitation Analysis

Precipitation Analysis

Quantitative Precipitation Estimates (QPE) are a product of NWS River Forecast Center operations and are displayed as a gridded field with a spatial resolution of ~4x4 km.

Daily Hydromet. Data Summary

Regional Temp / Pcpn Table

 

Precipitation Totals & Departure from Normal

The precipitation totals used in these graphics and the accompanying text products are from the 6-hourly county mean areal precipitation calculated by the Northeast River Forecast Center.

Observed Precipitation

Daily Precipitation
 

Northeast River Forecast Center
daily
observed precipitation totals ending at 8 am.

One Week Archive of Daily Precipitation Graphics

National Snow Analyses
 

National Snow Analyses

Includes data on snow water equivalent, snow depth and more. The data can be view for a day or animated for a two week period or a season.

CONUS & Northeast

NERFC: Observed Snow Maps

U.S. Snow Monitoring

NOHRSC
 

Interactive Snow Information

Includes modeled data of snow water equivalent, snow depth and more.

National Operational Hydrologic Remote Sensing Center

Airborne Snow Survey Program

Precipitation Forecast & Guidance

6-hour QPF
 

Local / Regional Forecasts

Shows forecasted precipitation for a given time period.

Regional 6-hourly Graphics

Northeast River Forecest Center QPF Forecast

 

WPC QPF

 

QPF Forecasts

Quantitative Precipitation Forecasts issued by the Weather Prediction Center.

Day 1-3 QPF Loops:
6-hour --- 12-hour --- 24-hour

Day 1-7 QPF Loop

Quantitative Precipitation
Forecast Discussion

Flash Flood Guidance

 

 

Flash Flood Guidance

Flash Flood Guidance is an estimate of the amount of rainfall required over a given area during a given duration to cause small streams to flood issued by Northeast River Forecast Center.

Flash Flood Guidance Graphics

Probabilistic Guidance

Probabilistic Guidance

This product provides a probabilistic forecast of rainfall over the continental United States in 6-hour and 24-hour increments issued by the Weather Prediction Center.

Probabilistic Guidance

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Excessive Rainfall

 

Excessive Rainfall

The Excessive Rainfall graphics provide a forecast of the potential for flash flooding across the continental United States.

Excessive Rainfall Discussion

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MPD

 

Mesoscale Precipitation Discussions

Provide short term guidance during heavy rain events leading to a threat of flash flooding to the NWS Weather Forecast Offices, River Forecast Centers, the media, emergency managers and interested partners.

 

Local Products

 

Example WSW

Special Weather Statements

 

Local Hydrology Page


Definitions and Preparedness Information