Georgia Water Science Center
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USGS Water Science Centers are located in each state.
Flint River HydroWatch
Live webcam video at Flint River
Camera should be in this box.
We have installed a webcam at the Flint River at Albany to allow you to view, in real time, the current river-stage conditions. NOTE: The time stamp at the bottom of the webcam pictures are in Eastern Standard Time, so during Daylight Savings Time months you should add 1 hour to the time you see.
You can take temporary control of the camera by clicking "Control Now" in the bottom right. The slider bar at the top controls the pan and the left-side slider bar controls the tilt. The zoom is controlled by the "Tele" slider on the far right. You can use the 3 buttons at the bottom right to (1) take a snapshot, (2) view fullscreen, and (3) get information.
During periods of flooding, the Georgia Water Science Center will take control of the camera.
Camera is sponsored by the USGS National Streamflow Information Program (NSIP).
Note: The camera image will "time out" in your browser window after a few mintues in order to save bandwidth. If that happens, your camera image will turn all grey. Just use the browser refresh button or command to bring back the live image.
Flint River - Current River Stage
Click on the chart to view a larger chart and more data and charts for Flint River.
The Flint River water-monitoring site