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subject Williston and elsewhere (precip and streamflow)
author Tony
city Williston
posted Saturday Apr 27th 2019, 8:40 AM
in reply to 'They could use some of this rain in Costa Rica about now...' by: Tony

Williston received about 0.5" overnight by my reckoning. I have added a USGS Precip link to the website under "Go Paddling" and here it is:

Compared to The Whites in NH, we've mostly gotten generally less than half the rain they've received the past week: although I suspect Caledonia County has had more rain than in western counties of VT.We will get on Joe's Brook...eventually!

This morning many gauges are still on the rise, including Ranch Brook at Ranch Camp in Stowe ( while Ayers Brook - high in the White River drainage in Randolph - is high but seems to be leveling off. Ranch Brook and the West Branch of the Little in Stowe would be (boogie water) ripping at the present moment, if anyone wants to try lapping them this morning.

I am up for almost anything, including the Lower NH if that's what folks want to do later today. BTW, it's pretty raw outside. 802-324-8497

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