STORM AND FLOOD MANAGEMENT RESOURCES
ON THE INTERNET
Radar, satellite, atmospheric rivers, river stages, and more …
RADAR AND SATELLITES
Check out the radar from the National Weather Service.
Access Doppler radars from locations throughout California and the West.
Multiple satellite views for the West Coast.
Current conditions, atmospheric river reconnaissance, model forecasts, interactive maps, and more.
Access information, images, analyses, diagnostics of current conditions, forecasts, and projects related to atmospheric rivers (ARs).
RIVER AND STREAM CONDITIONS
Check in here to find out which rivers are at monitor stage or flood stage. You can also look at observed or forecasted precipitation, temperatures, snow levels, freeze levels and more.
This website from the National Weather Service has a wealth of information. Mouse over a particular gauge to get a graph of the flow for the last four days plus the forecasted flows for the next five days. Precipitation data as well.
At this CDEC website, you can display river stage maps for current hour and the past two hours for the North Coast, Upper Sacramento, Lower Sacramento, Russian, Central Coast, San Joaquin, or Truckee rivers.
WATCHES, WARNINGS, ADVISORIES
Get a list of all the watches, warnings and advisories by county for California.
Check out webcams of the Eel, Truckee, and Merced rivers, plus San Pedro Creek at Goleta and Arroyo Seco near Pasadena.
National view of storms, tornadoes and other extreme weather events.
This page last updated 4/2/2020.