Map of 7-Day Average Streamflow
This map includes the following 4 layers: (1) 7-Day Average Streamflow - All (current view); (2) 7-Day Average Streamflow - 80% and Lower; (3) Drought Level indicators - All; and, (4) Drought Level indicators - Dry.
Instruction: 1. To select a different layer or show the legend, click the layer or legend icon in the top-left corner. 2. Click on a station to show station information and % of historical median 7-day average streamflow and drought level indicator. 3. Click "More info" on the pop-up information window to view the hydrograph of 7-day average streamflow for the station.
- British Columbia Drought Information Portal
- Map of Current Streamflow Conditions for All Real-time WSC Stations in BC
- Snow Conditions & Water Supply Bulletin
- Home of River Forecast Centre
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Note of Data Sources:
Users should use the information on this map with caution and do so at their own risk.
The data are collected in near-real-time by automated monitors at numerous remote locations and are unverified. The data are preliminary, and may be changed upon subsequent review. Some data may be wrong. It is not uncommon for individual water level recorders to give false readings, due to local conditions. The percent of median flows and the drought levels presented on this map are preliminary and based on limited data and subject to change. They should be considered as reference values only. They should not be used for design or other purposes. Users of this data must accept all responsibility for the use and interpretation.