Puerto Rico Flow Report

June 20, 2024

Streamflow levels across Puerto Rico are currently 150.0% of normal, with the Rio Grande De Manati At Hwy 2 Nr Manati reporting the highest discharge in the state with 1290cfs and gauge stage of 10.47 ft. Meanwhile, the Rio Grande De Manati At Hwy 2 Nr Manati is seeing a spike in streamflows today after experiencing a 187.95% increase since yesterday, and currently running at 1290cfs.

Maximum gauge stage in the state was last observed at the Rio Guayanes At Central Roig, currently reporting a stage of 13.44ft. The Rio Guajataca Blw Lago Guajataca in the N/A watershed is surging for this time of year at 264cfs, about 409.95% of normal.

Surface Flow Characteristics

Puerto Rico has a tropical climate with high precipitation rates, intense storms, and frequent floods. The island has several major surface flows, including the Rio Grande de Loiza, Rio de La Plata, and Rio de La Seda. There are several dams and reservoirs to control water flow, with Carraizo and La Plata being the largest. The island's hydrology is influenced by the topography, bedrock, soil, and vegetation. The watershed management plan is based on the need to reduce flooding and erosion, improve water quality, and conserve natural resources. The snowpack has no correlation with hydrology in Puerto Rico due to its tropical location. The island is prone to flash floods and landslides, which are worsened by deforestation, urbanization, and climate change.

Streamgauge Profile

Statewide Warnings & Alerts

Rivers of Puerto Rico

Watersheds of Puerto Rico

Popular Whitewater Destinations

River Run Status Streamflow (CFS) Air Temp (F)
Flow Reports by Region

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