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Active Weather Through Memorial Day

Severe thunderstorms are expected the next two days from the northern and central Plains into the Upper Midwest. These storms will be capable of producing large hail, damaging wind gusts, heavy rain and a few tornadoes. Meanwhile, the dry and parched conditions with gusty winds continue across New Mexico into the southern High Plains and critical fire weather threats are likely. Read More >

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Flood Conditions

Water Data by Puerto Rico River Basin Grouping

El Yunque Area

 

Rio Blanco Rio Fajardo at Paraiso Rio Mameyes

 

Rio Espiritu Santo Rio Grande near El Verde

 

Río Cibuco-Guajataca Basin

 

 
Rio Grande Arecibo blw Utuado Rio Guajataca Rio Grande Arecibo abv Arecibo

 

Rio Cibuco Rio Manati near Ciales

 

Río Patillas-Loco Basin

 

Rio Cerrillos Rio Portugues

 

Río Guanajibo-Culebrinas Basin

 

Rio Grande de Añasco Rio Culebrinas near Moca Rio Culebrinas Aguada
 
Rio Rosario Rio Guanajibo

 

Río de la Plata-Maunabo Basin

 

Rio de La Plata nr Toa Alta Rio de la Plata blw La Plata Dam Rio de La Plata at Proyecto La Plata
 
Rio Grande de Loiza at San Lorenzo Rio Grande de Loiza at Caguas Lago Loiza nr Trujillo Alto
 
Rio Piedras at Hato Rey Rio Gurabo

 

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