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Severe Storms and Heavy Rainfall Across Texas and Oklahoma

Widespread strong to severe storms are expected over much of Texas and in southern Oklahoma Tuesday, with potential for significant damaging wind and large hail. An Enhanced Risk (level 3 of 5) has been issued for central Texas. The threat of excessive rainfall could create localized areas of flash and urban flooding across Texas and southern Oklahoma Tuesday into Wednesday. Read More >

Hydrology - Drought Information

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Drought Watches, Warnings and Emergencies are issued by the appropriate State Government Agencies. The National Weather Service is responsible for dissemination of the information provided by the various State Agencies. Click on the State Links below if you have any questions or comments regarding any Drought Declarations.

Drought Information

New Dought.gov Website (click)

State Links

Regional / National Links

 

  Streamflow (USGS)   Ground Water (USGS)

Water Sources

Water Sources - Precipitation, Reservoir, Stream, & Groundwater


Indoor Water Usage

Indoor Water Usage pie chart


 

Miscellaneous Links

  Middle Atlantic River Forecast Center (MARFC)
  Delaware River Basin Commission
  Susquehanna River Basin Commission
 

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Indoor Water Usage  |   Miscellaneous Links