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Picture of drought conditions at the Rio Grande at Bernardo, New Mexico.


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DroughtWatch: Surface Water Conditions in New Mexico

Current streamflow conditions in New Mexico; click to go to a live map.Explanation for the dot colors on the surface-water conditions map.

The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) has a network of 134 surface-water real-time monitoring stations in New Mexico. The network provides real-time water-stage data along with computed streamflow at xxx of these locations, and rainfall recorded at xxx stations. These sites continuously record data on 15-minute intervals and transmit the data via satellite to be incorporated into the USGS National Water Information System database. These data are automatically posted to the USGS Web site for public dissemination.

Surface-Water Drought Information

Below normal average streamflow

General water conditions

Reservoir- and Lake-Levels

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