The building maintenance scheduled for Friday February 27th at 5:00pm MST has been postponed until 5:00pm March 6th. PSD's website will be down during the maintenance.
3-State Region Project
- Current streamflow
US plots: Latest daily or 7 day total precipitation plots for the US. Included in US precipitation monitoring products. Stations used, archived recent plots and gridded data also available. NOAA CPC US plots: Latest weekly, monthly, seasonal, and annual precipitation plots for the US. Total precipitation and percent of normal are available. Choose timescale from top of page. Then choose type of plot. NOAA CPC US plots: Latest 24 hourprecipitation plot. Plot over US plus other related data. UCAR RAP Station Accumulation: 30 day accumulated precipitation for stations in the southwestern US Choose a station in the Southwestern US and obtain a plot of observed precipitation total for the last 30 days versus the historical average NOAA CPC Regional Accumulation: Accumulated precipitation for gridded regions in the US from an input starting date in the last year Click over a location and specify the starting time. You will get the accumulation over time versus the historical average NOAA PSD River basins: Latest monthly precipitation totals for river basins in Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona. Text of accumulated precipitation and percent of normal for the different river basins of each state. Select month. Water year corresponds to the year of Sep in Oct-Sep. USDA NWCC US Climate Divisions: Latest monthly Plot of precipitation Choose latest month and either mean or anomaly and then "create plot". Get data. NOAA PSD Station Values: Table of most recent station values from CPC. Summary of weekly and monthly values An archive of the most recent values is also available. NOAA CPC
- Short-term Forecasts
http://www.wcc.nrcs.usda.gov/water/strmflow/fcst_tbl.pl streamflow forecast table http://www.wcc.nrcs.usda.gov/water/strmflow/colo_strmflow.pl?state=colorado_river
NWS forecasts by state:Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona Chose region from map or pull-down menu. NOAA NWS NWS forecasts by state:Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona Different selection presentation: Chose from selected regions from pull-down menu. NOAA NWS
- Medium-range Forecasts
- Long-range Forecasts
Monthly precipitation outlook plot and text discussion. Click on bottom plot for large version NOAA CPC Seasonal forecasts (.5 to 12.5 months). Click on title for plot of forecast. streamflow is 2nd plot and can be clicked on for larger version. Historic skill of forecast and "normal" values plus an indication of standard deviation, and probability of excedence or likelihood precipitation will be above or below normal are also available. A discussion on the meaning of probability is also available. NOAA CPC
- Historic Data and Plots
Station data: Get/view us station data. Choose timeseries for one station or contour for viewing area at one time. Data generally costs $$. Vast amounts of other datasets and climate information available if you can ever figure out the webpage.
Western States station climate information for Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico Choose favorite city. Left hand column lists various products available including monthly averages and similar statistics, daily averages and historic range, probability of precipitation by duration or amount. WRCC US climate division climatologies. Choose precipitation, month (or season) and climatology for type of plot. PSD
- Historical streamflow Relationships (e.g. ENSO)
Seasonal streamflow "risk plots" during ENSO events for the US Gives historical likelihood of a dry or wet season given an El Nino of La Nina event. NOAA PSD SOI and western US precipitation relationships by city Examines the relationship between precipitation and ENSO for western US cities. Shows how different events have similar and dissimilar results. Looks at different seasons and different lead relationships. WRCC SOI and western US precipitation relationships by region Examines the relationship between precipitation and ENSO for the western US. Shows how different events have similar and dissimilar results. Looks at different seasons and different lead relationships. WRCC
- Short-term Forecasts