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Picture of a USGS water monitoring site at Dog River, Georgia during a flood.

 

GEORGIA FLOODTRACKING

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Georgia FloodTracking

The South Atlantic Water Science Center - Georgia's FloodTracking system allows you to view current streamflow conditions at over 300 "real-time" water-monitoring sites along with summary information, hydrographs, comparisons of current conditions to historic peak river stages, National Weather Service flood forecasts, and stage-discharge relations (ratings). To find specific site information, use the map below to select a watershed of interest to you.

Map of Georgia watersheds; select a watershed to see monitoring sites in that watershed. Upper Oconee watershed Middle Tennessee-Chickamauga watershed Conasauga watershed Hiwassee watershed Tugaloo watershed Upper Coosa watershed Oostanaula watershed Coosawattee watershed Upper Chattahoochee watershed Upper Tallapoosa watershed Middle Chattahoochee-Lake Harding watershed Broad watershed Upper Savannah watershed Upper Flint watershed Upper Ocmulgee watershed Little watershed watershed Middle Chattahoochee-Walter F. George Reservoir watershed Middle Savannah watershed Kinchafoonee-Muckalee watershed Middle Flint watershed Lower Ocmulgee watershed Little Ocmulgee watershed Lower Oconee watershed Upper Ogeechee watershed Brier watershed Ohoopee watershed Lower Chattahoochee watershed Spring watershed Ichawaynochaway watershed Lower Flint watershed Canoochee watershed Lower Ogeechee watershed Lower Savannah watershed Lower Ochlockonee watershed Upper Ochlockonee watershed Little watershed Alapaha watershed Withlacoochee watershed Satilla watershed Little Satilla watershed Altamaha watershed Ogeechee Coastal watershed Cumberland-St. Simons watershed Upper Suwannee watershed St. Marys watershed Apalachicola watershed

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