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Hydrologic Forecaster's Resources

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Forecasts, Warnings and Statements from the NWS

Watches and Warnings

Active Warnings
Flood Warnings across the U.S. Flash Flood Warnings across the U.S.
U.S. Map of Watches and Warnings Convective Outlooks from the SPC National Flood Summary


Excessive Rainfall
Potential Outlook
Quantitative Precipitation
Forecast Discussion
Heavy Snow Discussion

S.E.  Snow Cover

Text Products

Spring Flood Outlook River and Flood Text Products National Text Products


National Weather Service Weather Forecast Offices

The Southeast River Forecast Center (SERFC) provides river forecasts to 18 National Weather Service Weather Forecast Offices (WFO) across the Southeastern U.S. and Puerto Rico. The WFOs then have the responsibility for issuing hydrologic products for their Hydrologic Service Area (HSA) including River Statements, Flood Warnings and Flash Flood Warnings using the SERFC data as guidance.
WFO Hydrology Page Home Page  HSA Map River Forecast
Atlanta, GA
Birmingham, AL
Charleston, SC
Columbia, SC
Greer, SC
Jacksonville, FL
Melbourne, FL  
Memphis, TN
Miami, FL  
Mobile, AL
Newport, NC
Raleigh, NC
Roanoke, VA
San Juan, PR  
Tallahassee, FL
Tampa, FL  
Wakefield, VA
Wilmington, NC


USGS Current Streamflow Conditions

USGS Streamflow Condition Map
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! Real-time hydrologic data are considered provisional data. Please be aware of the limitations this imposes. We recommend reading U.S. Geological Survey Circular 1123: Stream-Gaging Program of the U.S. Geological Survey.


NWS river forecasts are based, to a great extent, on data from the U.S.   Geological Survey stream-gaging stations.
The USGS operates most of its stream gages on a cooperative basis with other Federal, state, and local agencies
that fund individual gaging stations for agency-specific projects or regulatory needs. Reductions in stream-gaging
rogram funds, due to budget reductions for the USGS or for cooperating agencies, usually require that some stations be discontinued. For more information, see the USGS fact sheets, "
Stream Gaging and Flood Forecasting, a partnership of the U.S. Geological Survey and the National Weather Service" and "Streamflow Information for the Nation.
USGS Current and Past Gage Readings Alabama Florida Georgia North Carolina
South Carolina Virginia  Mississippi Puerto Rico
U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Links Local USGS Offices New or reactivated streamgages USGS Streamflow Information Water Resources


U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Corps of Engineers Map

USACE District Home Page Water Management River and Lake Levels



Corps Message
Back Up
Savannah Proposals Corps Lakes
Tenn-Tom Waterway Savannah Water Control  


State Water Management Agencies & Power Companies

Florida Water Management Districts South Florida 

Weather and Water

Southwest Florida

Hydrologic Conditions

St. Johns River

Hydrologic Conditions

Northwest Florida


Suwannee River

Current River Levels

Power Companies Duke Power

Lake Levels

South Carolina DNR

Lake and Stream Data

Alabama Power Georgia Power

Lake Levels

Other Data Resources Hydrometeorological Automated Data System (HADS)  IFLOWS network