Riverwatch
 
Public Alerts
Updated : 5/20/2014 12:26:18 PM

SAINT JOHN RIVER 2 - DAY FORECAST

SAINT JOHN RIVER 2 - DAY FORECAST
FLOWS IN CUBIC FEET PER SECOND AND WATER LEVELS (W/L) IN METERS 20-MAY-2014
LOCATION FLOOD LEVEL ACTUAL RIVER FORECAST
700 hrs 0700 hrs 0700 hrs
20-MAY 21-MAY 22-MAY
TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY
CLAIR / FORT KENT
FLOW - 23,700 22,600 21,200
GRAND FALLS DISCHARGE FLOW - 47,100 48,400 44,200
AROOSTOCK FLOW - 9,500 10,200 9,700
TOBIQUE FLOW - 16,100 16,900 14,500
BEECHWOOD INFLOW FLOW - 79,300 81,600 73,000
MACTAQUAC INFLOW FLOW - 95,300 98,200 83,700
MCKINLEY FLOW - 77,103 100,000 85,000
ST. LEONARD W/L 136.0 131.11 - -
PERTH ANDOVER W/L 77.2 74.61 - -
SIMONDS W/L 48.5 44.90 - -
HARTLAND W/L 45.7 42.93 - -
WOODSTOCK W/L 41.4 40.69 - -
NASHWAAK (Durham Bridge) W/L 21.0 19.13 19.1 18.9
KENNEBECASIS (Apohaqui) W/L 13.0 8.36 8.4 8.3
FREDERICTON W/L 6.5 4.29 4.7 4.6
MAUGERVILLE W/L 6.0 3.90 4.2 4.1
JEMSEG W/L 4.3 3.35 3.4 3.4
GRAND LAKE W/L 5.0 3.35 3.4 3.4
SHEFFIELD-LAKEVILLE CORNER W/L 4.8 3.43 3.4 3.5
OAK POINT W/L 4.7 3.18 3.1 3.1
QUISPAMSIS-SAINT JOHN W/L 4.2 2.98 2.9 3.0
WEATHER (MODEL INPUT) PRECIP.(mm) NORTH 0-22 1-5 1-8
PRECIP.(mm) SOUTH 1-19 1-6 0-4
TEMP.(C) NORTH 11/8 13/8 15/10
TEMP.(C) SOUTH 14/7 12/8 14/9
ISSUED @: 12h23 BY DENV HYDROLOGY CENTRE
SERIAL NO: 53
NOTE: This Forecast is dependent on the development of forecast weather conditions.
The actual water levels and flows are obtained from stations operated by Environment Canada, NB Power and U.S. Geological Survey.
Weather input are provided by Environment Canada, U. S. National Weather Service, and Quebec Environment