SNOFLO

CLIMATE RESEARCH & OUTDOOR RECREATION

Empowering explorers with the ultimate in climate intelligence





The Ultimate River Guide

Access real-time flow conditions and historical data, along with long term weather forecasts. Explore thrilling fishing spots, thrilling whitewater rapids, serene kayaking routes, and convenient boat launches.


FLOW REPORT

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Snoflo has been a steward of the environment for over a decade, harnessing cutting-edge research to monitor the climate, while making the outdoors accessible to all.


Our research spans hydrology, snowpack dynamics, streamflow patterns, and reservoir levels for a variety of use cases. Enjoy our diverse recreational offerings including ski, whitewater, and fishing reports. Moreover, Snoflo's crucial role in monitoring natural disasters, from floods to wildfires and earthquakes, underscores our commitment to safeguarding the planet. Join us in exploring, protecting, and celebrating the intricate balance between environmental conservation and outdoor pursuits.



Climate Resilience

Snoflo advances climate resilience by integrating science, education, and activism to foster resilient communities.

Data Accessibility

Snoflo provides user-friendly access to climate data, facilitating informed decision-making.

Mitigation

We deliver timely and actionable insights, enabling proactive measures to reduce the impact of disasters.

Stewardship

We promote responsible management of environmental data, fostering collaboration, and advocating for sustainable practices.




Know Your Nature

Understanding the climate and water cycle requires a comprehensive insight into hydrology that nobody else can offer. We provide you with crucial tools for water supply management, outdoor recreation, conservation planning, and so much more.


Flood Monitoring

Communities across the nation are facing a critical situation as numerous rivers have breached their banks, causing widespread flooding and posing significant risks to life and property. The latest observations indicate that many areas are experiencing streamflow measurements far above normal levels, with the Tombigbee, Ochlockonee, and White Rivers among those undergoing severe flooding. The situation has escalated rapidly, with the Middle Tombigbee-Lubbub area seeing streamflows at a staggering 228% above normal, while the Alapaha and Apalachee Bay-St. Marks areas ... Read More

Little Satilla River 535%
Buttahatchee River 175%
Satilla River 345%
Ochlockonee River 602%
Androscoggin River 301%
Yockanookany River 303%
Aucilla River 530%
Kennebec River 261%
Portneuf River 180%
Tiffin River 214%
Ohoopee River 220%
Embarras River 242%
White River 211%
Ouachita River 177%
Wabash River 159%
Suncook River 238%
Navasota River 341%
Owyhee River 754%
Sabine River 371%
Tombigbee River 157%
Driftwood River 323%
Alapaha River 405%
Scioto River 316%
Connecticut River 192%
Bruneau River 300%
Little Wabash River 267%
Neches River 311%
Calcasieu River 460%
Angelina River 797%
Little River 310%
Middle Tombigbee-Lubbub Watershed 228%
Buttahatchee Watershed 175%
Upper Tombigbee Watershed 214%
Alapaha Watershed 405%
Upper Ochlockonee Watershed 662%
Apalachee Bay-St. Marks Watershed 366%
Lower Connecticut Watershed 192%
Upper East Fork White Watershed 409%
Driftwood Watershed 323%
Tiffin Watershed 214%
Upper Wabash Watershed 459%
St. Marys Watershed 314%
Village Watershed 424%
Big Cypress Swamp Watershed 674%
Wildcat Watershed 284%
Middle Wabash-Little Vermilion Watershed 222%
Little Cypress Watershed 359%
Upper Big Black Watershed 236%
Caddo Lake Watershed 458%
Lower Big Black Watershed 279%
Ohoopee Watershed 220%
Big Sunflower Watershed 218%
Upper Ouachita Watershed 177%
Lower Sabine Watershed 372%
Upper Scioto Watershed 316%
Pine Island Bayou Watershed 361%
Upper Angelina Watershed 797%
Upper Calcasieu Watershed 559%
Lower Ochlockonee Watershed 581%
Mahoning Watershed 361%
Lower White Watershed 158%
Spring Watershed 517%
New Watershed 642%
Bruneau Watershed 300%
Upper White Watershed 386%
Portneuf Watershed 180%
Navasota Watershed 341%
Aucilla Watershed 530%
Santa Clara Watershed 959%
Whisky Chitto Watershed 486%
Lower Androscoggin Watershed 301%
Upper Sabine Watershed 331%
Little Wabash Watershed 267%
Chautauqua-Conneaut Watershed 625%
Embarras Watershed 242%
Middle Wabash-Busseron Watershed 174%
Aliso-San Onofre Watershed 805%
Upper Pearl Watershed 254%
Buffalo-San Jacinto Watershed 1277%
Loggy Bayou Watershed 342%
Upper Fox Watershed 176%
Walhonding Watershed 170%
Little Watershed 310%
Merrimack Watershed 238%
Middle Sabine Watershed 366%
Upper Neches Watershed 413%
Lower Neches Watershed 305%
Lower Kennebec Watershed 261%
Lower Owyhee Watershed 754%
St. Marys Watershed 481%
Little Satilla Watershed 535%
Satilla Watershed 345%
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Not harder

Whether you’re camping for the weekend or looking for the freshest powder to ski, we’ve got you covered. Snoflo gives you crucial insight from nearby activities to weather alerts for outdoor recreation destinations across North America.






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