Pennsylvania Groundwater

Groundwater levels for regions across pennsylvania

Water is naturally stored below the surface of the ground between the cracks and fractures in 'pools' refered to as aquifiers. The depth at which water is found is considered to be the water table. In fact, there is more water under us in the water table than all the surface water across groundwaters and lakes combined. This is the reason that groundwater is the primary source for 'useable' water in the nation.

USGS Site State 24hr Change (%) vs Average (%) Volatility (%)
GR 118 Greene County Observation Well
USGS 394655080014301
Pennsylvania -2.13 -0.6 12.71
FA 17 Fayette County Observation Well
USGS 394843079351401
Pennsylvania -0.73 -0.13 2.57
SO 854 Somerset County Observation Well
USGS 395920079021501
Pennsylvania 0.29 -0.86 4.3
SO 2 Somerset County Observation Well
USGS 400008079142801
Pennsylvania -0.03 -5.69 2.48
BD 150 Bedford County Observation Well
USGS 400217078281901
Pennsylvania -1.34 -8.64 30.49
WS 155 Washington County Observation Well
USGS 400233080261301
Pennsylvania -0.31 -3.67 2.59
WE 300 Westmoreland County Observation Well
USGS 402138079031802
Pennsylvania -0.06 -6.9 5.98
BA 74 Blair County Observation Well
USGS 402452078271301
Pennsylvania -4.05 -14.59 10.33
CA 462 Cambria County Observation Well
USGS 402750078452201
Pennsylvania -17.9 -17.4 10.5
BV 156 Beaver County Observation Well
USGS 403006080252301
Pennsylvania -1.96 -5.65 4.52
AG 700 Allegheny County Observation Well
USGS 403734080063001
Pennsylvania -1.24 -11.62 6.94

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