The link below will display a Google + GIS (Geographical Information System) map that shows stream gages
. The map is centered near the Texas-Louisiana border when it opens.
If the gage is purple that means a major flood is happening now.
If you click a stream gage symbol then you will see a display that shows all the attribute data the GIS server has for the thing that you clicked. If you scroll down the attribute data and click the link then you will see the USGS web page for that gage
. That web page has a nice graph showing the recorded water levels over time. Usually there is also a forecast showing the expected water levels over the next few days.
Map link: https://bit.ly/2x8PIGa
This map can display 20+ hurricane related GIS data overlay layers
and is my primary hurricane map.
Did you see the “Map Tips”
Looking for the map legend
? Click “Map Tips” then click the “Legend” button.
I have just joined this forum and this is the first map I am posting. For a bit of background on the map links I will be sharing please see my ‘introduction’ post:viewtopic.php?p=2617737#p2617737