High Water in Plymouth

high waterWondering how high the water really was when I came over the temporary bridge on the Pemigewasset into Plymouth this morning I went straight to the folks who track these things.

The U.S. Geological Survey tracks river and stream data for many points on many streams in the US and they’re nice enough to put it on their website. Their site will never win any awards for web design, but the information is there, even with a webcam (updated hourly or so.) The information on the Pemi in Plymouth is available here, or look up realtime streamflow data for your area here.

The USGS also posts great historical data on their site if you’re interested in doing some data mining!

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  1. If you click on my name, it’ll take you to my blog. I got a few photos of the flooding, though I have to go through and reduce the size some. Hopefully I will have that done by the time you see them.

    It was quite an interesting sight. I saw it like this only one other time this year back in spring.

    I’m just glad we didn’t get it nearly as bad as the SW part of the state! I hope to call JD (remember him?) tomorrow since he’s been living in Walpole again lately.

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