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Dangerous Heat and Humidity Over The East

A very hot and humid airmass will persist over much of the east over the next couple of days. Afternoon high temperatures are forecast to reach 95 to 100 degrees with heat index values ranging from 100 to 110 degrees. The dangerous heat wave will impact major I-95 cities from North Carolina to New York. Read More >

Missisquoi River at North Troy, VT (NTYV1)

 

Photograph of the Missisquoi River at North Troy, VT (NTYV1) looking upstream

Pictured above is the Missisquoi River at North Troy, VT (NTYV1) looking upstream

 


 

Hydrologic Observations and Forecast Links for North Troy, VT (NTYV1)

 

Current Forecast Hydrograph and Gage Information 
USGS Real-Time Water Data Information 
Flood Categories and Historical Crests

 


 

Additional Images along the Missisquoi River at North Troy, VT (NTYV1)

 

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Photograph of the Missisquoi River at North Troy, VT (NTYV1) pool at the gage      Photograph of the Missisquoi River at North Troy, VT (NTYV1) control pool downstream of the gage      Photograph of the Missisquoi River falls state park downstream of the North Troy, VT (NTYV1) river gage      Photograph of the Missisquoi River downstream of of the waterfalls near North Troy, VT (NTYV1)      Photograph of the Missisquoi River at North Troy, VT (NTYV1) during high flow
 
Photograph of the Missisquoi River at North Troy, VT (NTYV1) looking upstream      Photograph of the North Troy, VT (NTYV1) gagehouse on the the Missisquoi River      Photograph of the Missisquoi River downstream of North Troy, VT (NTYV1)      Photograph of the Missisquoi River downstream of North Troy, VT (NTYV1)      Photograph of the Missisquoi River at North Troy, VT (NTYV1) looking downstream