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subject What's dropping fast, and what isn't...
author Chris
city Burlington
posted Sunday Jul 2nd 2017, 6:33 PM

The New Haven and the Mad went nuts last night, but they have been dropping rapidly today.

The Lamoille (at East Georgia) has been holding at > 4,400 cfs, so some tribs may be runnable tomorrow.

The White went over 20,000 cfs early this morning, and is still well over 7,000, but is dropping pretty fast.

Over in New Hampshire, the EB Pemi is over 1,700 cfs but is dropping fast tonight.

In New York, the Saranac is at 6.6 feet, and seems to be holding, perhaps enough to still be at 6 feet tomorrow. Anything over 5 feet is a solid medium to medium high level.

Also in New York, the Hudson (at North Creek) is over 7 feet (big) but seems to be dropping fast. That said, it will probably have plenty of water for a few days at least.

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