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Wind Advisory in Effect for Portions of the North Country from 1 AM Monday to 1 AM Tuesday

Strong southerly winds 20 to 30 mph with gusts up to 50 mph will develop after midnight tonight and continue into Monday, before shifting to the west behind a cold front on Monday evening. Isolated to scattered power outages are possible from downed tree limbs. In addition, gusty winds will blow around unsecured objects, including holiday decorations. Read More >

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River Conditions at: 11:15 AM 12/05/2021

Location
Flood
Stage (ft.)
Observed
(ft.)
24-Hr
Change
Crest (ft.)Forecast for 7AM
Mon.Tue.Wed.Thu.
Lake Champlain
10095.67-0.195.795.795.7--
Great Chazy River
92.36-0.13.32.33.3--
Saranac River
93.86+0.34.93.74.9--
East Branch Ausable River
71.70+0.24.71.54.4--
Raquette River
12.55.890.06.05.86.0--
105.08+0.16.05.05.1--
-2.970.0-----
St. Regis River
-1.83+0.12.61.72.6--
116.570.07.76.57.7--
Oswegatchie River
7.52.660.0-----
Missisquoi River
81.58+0.42.41.62.4--
133.49-0.15.23.25.2--
92.11+0.24.52.04.1--
Lamoille River
133.09-0.55.62.85.6--
-4.21+0.36.33.96.3--
Winooski River
123.17-0.15.32.95.3--
419409.37+0.3411.7408.9411.7--
154.16+0.15.54.05.5--
93.080.04.73.03.9--
Otter Creek
6.53.120.03.43.13.4--
83.17-0.24.53.04.5--
Passumpsic River
142.91-0.45.52.85.5--
White River
184.590.06.84.46.8--