District hydrologic conditions reporting
Weather & hydrology web site links
- National Integrated Drought Information System
- National Hurricane Center
- National Weather Service
- NOAA Climate Data Directory
- Southeast River Forecast Center
- The Weather Channel
- USGS Drought Watch
- Florida Water Watch
Rainfall data by Vieux, Inc.
Last update to river flow plots: February 20, 2017
River flows naturally fluctuate seasonally, with the highest flows normally seen during and immediately after the rainy season (June–September), and the lowest flows at the end of the dry season (October–May). To gage the health of the river, it’s important to compare the flows to the historic averages for that time of year.
The plots below show flows for four rivers over one-year and 10-year time periods. Readings are placed in four categories: above normal, normal, below normal and extremely low. Plots show how actual river fluctuations over those time periods compare to normal flows based on historic averages.
Please note that the 10-year plots include the drought of record in 2000, which is reflected by the extreme low flows during 2000–2001.