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Streamflow Situation
From the network of river flow monitors of USGS NY Water Science Center
Drought easing in the north

Streamflow Situation
Moderate drought in the north

Streamflow Situation
From the network of river flow monitors of USGS NY Water Science Center
Moderate drought for St. Lawrence River watershed

Streamflow Situation
From the network of river flow monitors of USGS NY Water Science Center
Drought easing upstate

Streamflow Situation
From the network of river flow monitors of USGS NY Water Science Center
Levels up in all four drainage basins overnight

Streamflow Situation
From the network of river flow monitors of USGS NY Water Science Center
Streamflows rising in the west

Streamflow Situation
From the network of river flow monitors of USGS NY Water Science Center
Five stations record extreme low flows


Streamflow Situation
From the network of river flow monitors of USGS NY Water Science Center
Streamflows trend lower through the interior

Streamflow Situation
From the network of river flow monitors of USGS NY Water Science Center
Record low flow in three locations

Streamflow Situation
From the network of river flow monitors of USGS NY Water Science Center
Below to much below normal flows persist upstate west, north

Streamflow Situation
From the network of river flow monitors of USGS NY Water Science Center
Streamflows head lower in the west, north

Streamflow Situation
From the network of river flow monitors of USGS NY Water Science Center
Low flows back in the west

Streamflow Situation
From the network of river flow monitors of USGS NY Water Science Center
Chemung and Ramapo Rivers much above normal

Streamflow Situation
From the network of river flow monitors of USGS NY Water Science Center
Niagara Lake Erie experiencing moderate drought

Streamflow Situation
From the network of river flow monitors of USGS NY Water Science Center
Much above normal flows in Mohawk, Delaware River watersheds

Streamflow Situation
From the network of river flow monitors of USGS NY Water Science Center
Severe drought expands in St Lawrence River watershed

Streamflow Situation
From the network of river flow monitors of USGS NY Water Science Center
Extreme low flows

Streamflow Situation Report: May 23, 2024
From the network of river flow monitors of USGS NY Water Science Center
Finger Lakes watershed region on the drought map

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