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Local Stream and Rain Gage Information in #SalemOR

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The information below provides near real-time information on area streams and rainfall to help citizens understand current and potential flood risks.  Icons on the left provide links to maps. Those on the right provide the mapped information in a table.

Quick links to stream gage height graphs: All streams / Mill Watershed / Battle / Clark and Pringle / Glenn / West Fork Little Pudding

Map view of current stream gage levels

Near Real-time Map of Stream Gage LevelsInteractive map uses color coded system to signify current flood levels along monitored streams in and around Salem.

Table view of current stream levels
Near Real-time Data Table of Stream Gage LevelsData table of stream gage levels uses color coded system to signify current flood levels along monitored streams.

Map view of rainfall data
Near Real-time Map of Rain GagesInteractive map shows 24-hour rainfall totals for City of Salem maintained rain gages, with the option of selecting data collection intervals between 15-minutes and 30-days or other sensor type data.

Table view of 24 hour rainfall
Near Real-time Data Table of 24-hr Rain Gage Totals
Data table of rainfall, displays the last 15-min, 30-min, 1-hr, 3-hr, 6-hr, 12-hr, and 24-hr rainfall totals of City of Salem maintained rain gages.

 

More information:

National Weather Service (NWS) Public Alerts for the Mid Willamette Valley

 

Regional Weather and Stream Level Forecasting Resources

 

 

 

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