Live Conditions

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The White River at


Many of us love to use the White River for recreation. However, water can be very dangerous. Before heading out for a morning of fly fishing or a relaxing afternoon float down the river in your kayak or canoe, it’s important to be aware of the river’s conditions. Rain can quickly increase how fast the river is flowing and it can also trigger a harmful CSO event warning.  What does a warning mean?

River Reports

Water Levels
Contamination Levels
= Low Risk
= Medium Risk
= High Risk

*Current Level: ft

*Current level compared to hour prior

*Depth taken at midnight of each day. CFS in 1000s CFS.

ft is Flood Stage

A combined sewer overflow (CSO) event occurs when stormwater overwhelms the combined sewer so that wastewater and stormwater flow directly into the river. Current heavy rainfalls show that a CSO may have occured in this stretch of river.

Previous Rainfall

Yesterday: inches


Current Weather Reports (Radar)


°F (Water Temperature)

in (Barometric Pressure)

 (Lunar Phase)