June 30, 1999
United States Geological Survey
As drought conditions persist in many parts of the country, particularly the Mid-Atlantic region, reporting on the links between rainfall, streamflow and weather just got easier thanks to the new online availability of daily streamflow information from the U.S. Geological Survey that is plotted on a national map and updated daily.
Online national map of daily streamflow color codes what's up or down . . .
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