River and Creek Levels


Canoe Creek

HWU monitors the Canoe Creek water level at Second Street and at Clay Street.

A live graph showing the level during the previous 24 hours is available at the following link:

Canoe Creek Levels

The graph depicts the Canoe Creek level and corresponding bank overflow level at two locations, Second Street Overpass and Clay Street Bridge.  The creek overflows the banks at Second Street at 12 Feet.  This is represented by the bold red line.  The creek level at Second Street is represented by the light red line.  The creek overflows the banks at Clay Street at 14.5 Feet.  This is represented by the bold black line.  The creek level at Clay Street is represented by the light blue line.

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Level Sensor Upstream from the Second Street Overpass
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Level Sensor Downstream from the Clay Street Bridge

Ohio River

Ohio River elevations and rainfall amounts, as measured at the HWU raw water intake near the intersection of Fifth and Water Streets is available at the following link:

Ohio River Levels and Rain Gauge

 You will be able to specify the date interval you are interested in, from one day through 120 days (about four months).

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Ohio River Level Sensor on the HWU Raw Water Intake near Fifth Street
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Rain Gauge on the HWU Raw Water Intake near Fifth Street

 


National Weather Service
Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service

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Click HERE to visit the NWS Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service for the Ohio River at Evansville, Indiana.  Evansville is about 12 miles upstream from Henderson.

NOTE: River forecasts for this location take into account past precipitation and the precipitation amounts expected approximately 48 hours into the future from the forecast issuance time.

NOTE: Forecasts for the Ohio River at Evansville are issued routinely year-round.