The following provides maps and weather data to help inform Californians of potential risk and provide regular updates on inclement weather.
Regional Maps and Weather Forecasts
- National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) : National Weather Service (NWS) is using social media tools to share critical information and provide the public a better understanding of the work done on behalf of weather sciences.
- NOAA: Hazards Outlook Map: Map of potential hazards found in the U.S. Western Region.
- NOAA's El Niño Portal: Portal where you can receive regular updates on El Niño events.
- NWS: Local Office Map: Map of regional NOAA offices near you.
- NOAA California-Nevada River Forecast Center: This interactive map shows the status of river gages and when they are forecast to reach danger or flood stage.
River Forecasts and Hydrologic Conditions
- California Data Exchange Center (CDEC): Daily Statewide Hydrologic Update: High-level overview of stats for reservoirs and precipitation for Sacramento, San Joaquin, and Tulare Lake Regions.
- CDEC: California Statewide Water Conditions: Provides overview of hydrologic conditions and links to precipitation tables and charts; snowpack data; runoff forecasts; river runoff summaries; reservoir storage; and background information.
- Flood Emergency Response Information Exchange (FERIX): FERIX was developed by the California Department of Water Resources (DWR) to improve flood emergency preparedness, response and recovery in California.