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Last Update: 5:15pm EDT -- June 20, 2024
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Latest Observation


Normal

Current Stage: 15.46 ft
Current Flow: 688.00 cfs

Historic Observations

Record Stage: 29.70 ft
Record Flow: 220,000.00 cfs

Forecast
Time/Date Stage Flow Category
8:00pm EDT -- June 20, 2024 16.00 ft 2,800.00 cfs Normal
2:00am EDT -- June 21, 2024 16.00 ft 2,800.00 cfs Normal
8:00am EDT -- June 21, 2024 16.00 ft 2,800.00 cfs Normal
2:00pm EDT -- June 21, 2024 16.00 ft 2,800.00 cfs Normal
8:00pm EDT -- June 21, 2024 16.00 ft 2,800.00 cfs Normal
2:00am EDT -- June 22, 2024 16.00 ft 2,800.00 cfs Normal
8:00am EDT -- June 22, 2024 16.00 ft 2,800.00 cfs Normal
Previous 10 Observations
Time/Date Stage Flow Category
5:00pm EDT -- June 20, 2024 15.45 ft 670.00 cfs Normal
4:45pm EDT -- June 20, 2024 15.44 ft 652.00 cfs Normal
4:30pm EDT -- June 20, 2024 15.44 ft 652.00 cfs Normal
4:15pm EDT -- June 20, 2024 15.44 ft 652.00 cfs Normal
4:00pm EDT -- June 20, 2024 15.44 ft 652.00 cfs Normal
3:45pm EDT -- June 20, 2024 15.44 ft 652.00 cfs Normal
3:30pm EDT -- June 20, 2024 15.44 ft 652.00 cfs Normal
3:15pm EDT -- June 20, 2024 15.45 ft 670.00 cfs Normal
3:00pm EDT -- June 20, 2024 15.45 ft 670.00 cfs Normal
2:45pm EDT -- June 20, 2024 15.47 ft 706.00 cfs Normal

Normal: The water surface is below the top of its banks.

Action: The water surface is generally near or slightly above the top of its banks, but no man-made structures are flooded.

Minor: Minimal or no property damage, but possibly some public threat (e.g., inundation of roads).

Moderate: Some inundation of structures and roads near stream. Some evacuations of people and/or transfer of property to higher elevations.

Major: Extensive inundation of structures and roads. Significant evacuations of people and/or transfer of property to higher elevations.

Flood Stage Impacts

29.00 ft.: There are several feet of water on Riverside Street, three feet water in the former Cluett-Peabody building, First and Second Streets in Troy are flooded, and the Congress Street Bridge is closed.

27.00 ft.: The river is at major flood stage. Water reaches numerous homes in the Village of Wateford and in riverfront sections of Troy. About 4 feet water at foot of State Street.

24.00 ft.: The river is at moderate flood stage. Water reaches mobile homes along the river front in Lansingburgh.

23.00 ft.: Water reaches streets in Waterford Village and Matsons Shipyard on Van Schaick Island. Some basements flood.

21.50 ft.: Minor flood stage. Water floods onto the Mohawk Wharf in Village of Waterford.

21.00 ft.: Action stage. Water is just six inches below the wharf in Waterford.

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Hydrograph

Gauge Location

Gauge reading affected by reservoir operations.
Gauge reading may be affected by ice. Forecast flows are unadjusted for ice.
Forecasts are issued routinely year-round.

Source National Water Prediction Service / US Geological Survey