It now has data rich update tables, too.
|More than a blog,|
Go Hydrology now has
"easy to read" but powerful
update tables, too.
You can view them by clicking on on the tabs at the top of the website.
The tables summarize and highlight recent trends in various aspects of the water cycle (i.e. drought, rainfall, flow) and south Florida's interconnected watersheds, i.e. Big Cypress Swamp, Everglades, Lake Okeechobee, etc.) These tables will be updated on a semi-daily basis. So don't forget to check back in a few days to follow your favorite stations.
One more note: Click on the hyperlinks within the tables to view detailed charts, graphs, and historical calendars of each station.