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Flooding

River Conditions

River and Lake levels
River and Lake levels

Recent Flood Watches

Recent Flood Warnings

Recent Flood Statements
Recent Flash Flood Warnings

Recent Flash Flood Statements



Weathering the Storm
Being prepared for a flood can not only help keep your family safe, it can also help minimize potential flood damage and reduce the costs of recovery. Learn more at www.floodsmart.gov



Your state Emergency Management Agency provides information about local preparedness plans and actions, evacuation routes, and shelter information.
These links will take you from this Federal web site to the websites of state Emergency Management Agencies


Graphic depiction of the short-term observed and climatic trends of precipitation across the lower 48 United States (CONUS) and Puerto Rico.

24 Hour Rainfall Forecast

5 Day Rainfall Forecast





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