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Atmospheric River Impacting California

A major winter storm with an active atmospheric river is inundating California the next few days with a tremendous amount of moisture. Heavy to excessive rainfall is likely from central to southern California that may produce flooding along with mudslides and dangerous debris flows near recent and vulnerable burn scars. A significant amount of snow is anticipated in the Sierra with feet of snow. 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

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State Links

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  Streamflow (USGS)   Ground Water (USGS)

Water Sources

Water Sources - Precipitation, Reservoir, Stream, & Groundwater


Indoor Water Usage

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Miscellaneous Links

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

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