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Dangerous Heat in the Western U.S.; Flash Flooding Possible Across Portions of the South

High temperatures in the 90s to 100s and warm overnight temperatures will continue across parts of the Interior Northwest, central California, and the Great Basin. Thunderstorms and heavy rain may produce scattered flash flooding across much of the Southern Rockies into the Southwest, particularly over sensitive burn scars in New Mexico, and across the Southeast into the Carolinas. Read More >

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River Conditions at: 6:20 AM EDT 07/22/2024

Location
Flood
Stage (ft.)
Observed
(ft.)
24-Hr
Change
Crest (ft.)Forecast for 8.0 AM
Tue.Wed.Thu.Fri.
Rivanna River
17.02.11-0.02.82.82.6
James River
20.01.21-0.21.41.01.3
12.03.75+0.24.13.93.8
8.02.71+0.72.82.02.1
Appomattox River
16.05.91+0.35.45.45.0
21.09.25+0.58.88.48.8
10.02.83+0.23.02.72.8
Nottoway River
10.03.11-0.1 - - - - -
15.05.14+0.5 - - - - -
16.08.78+0.99.19.17.97.97.8
Meherrin River
15.04.91-1.5 - - - - -
23.010.51+3.79.28.39.26.14.5
14.00.54-0.4 - - - - -
Black Water River
10.83.52+0.6 - - - - -
36.332.76+0.2 - - - - -
23.017.2+0.3 - - - - -
Chickahominy River
9.04.51+0.4 - - - - -
Ahoskie Creek
10.52.3-0.3 - - - - -
Cashie River
8.04.78-0.1 - - - - -
Mattaponi River
11.01.970.0 - - - - -
20.03.45-0.2 - - - - -
South Anna River
12.01.590.0 - - - - -
Allen Creek
15.04.24-1.8 - - - - -
Nassawango Creek
6.51.57-0.1 - - - - -