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Arctic Air Plunges into the Great Lakes, Northeast and Mid-Atlantic

Arctic air dropping through the northern and eastern U.S. and a storm off the east coast will bring periods of snow, very cold wind chills and hazardous traveling conditions from the Upper Great Lakes to the Northeast. Meanwhile in southern California, Santa Ana winds will decrease but hot, dry air will remain over the area with elevated fire weather conditions. Read More >

 

NERFC River Forecasts and Information


Flood Warnings and Statements

 

View Recent Flood Warnings and Statements

 


NERFC River Forecast Products

 

Western New York - Guidance product for locations covered by WFO Buffalo, NY

Central New York - Guidance product for locations covered by WFO Binghamton, NY

Eastern New York & portions of CT/MA - Guidance product for locations covered by WFO Albany, NY

Vermont & Northern New York - Guidance product for locations covered by WFO Burlington, VT

New York Metro- Guidance product for locations covered by WFO Upton, NY

Southern New England - Guidance product for locations covered by WFO Taunton, MA

Western Maine & Northern New Hampshire - Guidance product for locations covered by WFO Gray, ME

Northern and Eastern Maine - Guidance product for locations covered by WFO Caribou, ME

 


River and Lake Summaries

 

The following statements have been issued by National Weather Service forecast offices in the Northeastern United States. They are the official statements on the conditions of specified rivers.


NWS Taunton MA

NWS Gray ME

NWS Buffalo NY

NWS Burlington VT

NWS Albany NY

NWS Caribou ME

NWS Upton NY ...New York City

NWS Binghamton NY

 


Forecast Hydrographs

 

View the Current Forecast Hydrographs for our forecast points

View Flows from the Adirondacks into the St. Lawrence River

 


Hydrologic Conditions

 

Today's River Conditions - Percent normal flow at NERFC forecast points. Updated once an hour.

Daily Observations - The latest stage from a number of locations updated 3 times per day.

 


Hydrologic Observations

 

The following are observations of stage, temperature, and precipitation over the last day as recorded by National Weather Service offices in the Northeast US


Maine and Northern New Hampshire

Northern Maine

Southern New Hampshire...most of Massachusetts...Rhode Island and most of Connecticut

New York City Metro and Southern Connecticut

Eastern New York...Western Vermont...Western Massachusetts and Western Connecticut

Vermont and Northern New York

Western and Central New York

South Central New York