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Welcome to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Web page for the water resources of Michigan; this is your direct link to all kinds of water information. Here you'll find information on Michigan's streams, ground water, water quality, and many other topics. more...

Of Interest...

View looking west across Grand River near the North Lansing Dam at Lansing, Michigan. (Photo by U.S. Geological Survey, June 2013)Flooding in the greater Lansing area along the Grand River, the Red Cedar River, and Sycamore Creek has the potential to endanger lives and property. The USGS, in cooperation with the City of Lansing and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, has developed a series of maps that show estimates of the areal extent and depth of flooding corresponding to selected water levels (stages) at three separate streamgages. The report and related flood-inundation maps can be accessed through

Flood Inundaton Mapper []

These maps, used in conjunction with real-time USGS streamgage data and NWS forecasting, provide critical information to emergency management personnel and the public. This information is used to plan flood response actions, such as evacuations and road closures, as well as aid in postflood recovery efforts.


New Real-Time Sites in Michigan announced

The United States Geological Survey (USGS) has a network of real-time monitoring stations located along many waterways in Michigan. These stations automatically collect data every 15-60 minutes and collect different data like stage, streamflow, precipitation, and water-quality data. Water-quality real-time data can include temperature, specific conductance, pH, dissolved oxygen, and turbidity. The data are stored onsite at the remote monitoring station and transmitted to USGS offices every 1-4 hours. Building Real-time station; USGS/Photo by Tom Weaver

Our most recently added real-time sites are:

Real-time sites that were relocated due to road construction or stream conditions are:

In addition, automatic samplers are collecting nutrient samples at 04144032 Threemile Creek at Prior Road near Durand, 04167150 Middle River Rouge at Dearborn Heights, and 04168400 Lower River Rouge at Dearborn.


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Genes indicative of zoonotic and swine pathogens are persistent in stream water and sediment following a swine manure spill

Manure spills to streams are relatively frequent, but no studies have characterized stream contamination with zoonotic and veterinary pathogens, or fecal chemicals, following a spill. We tested stream water and sediment over 25 days and downstream for 7.6 km for: fecal indicator bacteria (FIB); the fecal indicator chemicals cholesterol and coprostanol; 20 genes for zoonotic and swine-specific bacterial pathogens by presence/absence polymerase chain reaction (PCR) for viable cells; one swine-specific E. coli toxin gene (STII) by quantitative PCR (qPCR); and nine human and animal viruses by qPCR, or reverse-transcriptase qPCR. Twelve days post-spill, and 4.2 km downstream, water concentrations of FIB, cholesterol, and coprostanol were 1-2 orders of magnitude greater than those detected before, or above, the spill, and genes indicating viable zoonotic or swine-infectious Escherichia coli, were detected in water or sediment. STII increased from undetectable before, or above the spill, to 105 copies/100 mL water 12 days post-spill. Thirteen of 14 water (8/9 sediment) samples had viable STII-carrying cells post-spill. Eighteen days post-spill porcine adenovirus and teschovirus were detected 5.6 km downstream. Sediment FIB concentrations (per gram wet weight) were greater than in water, and sediment was a continuous reservoir of genes and chemicals post-spill. Constituent concentrations were much lower, and detections less frequent, in a runoff event (200 days post-spill) following manure application, although the swine-associated STII and stx2e genes were detected. Manure spills are an underappreciated pathway for livestock-derived contaminants to enter streams, with persistent environmental outcomes, and the potential for human and veterinary health consequences.

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Great Lakes Restoration Success through Science—U.S. Geological Survey Accomplishments 2010 through 2013

The Great Lakes (Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie, and Ontario) are the largest group of freshwater lakes on Earth and serve as an important source of drinking water, transportation, power, and recreational opportunities for the United States and Canada. They also support an abundant commercial and recreational fishery, are crucial for agriculture, and are essential to the economic vitality of the region. The Great Lakes support a wealth of biological diversity, including over 200 globally rare plants and animals and more than 40 species that are found nowhere else in the world. However, more than a century of environmental degradation has taken a substantial toll on the Great Lakes. To stimulate and promote the goal of a healthy Great Lakes region, President Obama and Congress created the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI) in 2009. The GLRI is an interagency collaboration that seeks to address the most significant environmental problems in the Great Lakes ecosystem. The GLRI is composed of five focus areas that address these issues:

  • Cleaning up toxic substances and Areas of Concern,
  • Preventing and controlling invasive species,
  • Promoting nearshore health,
  • Protecting and restoring habitat and wildlife,
  • Tracking progress and working with partners.

As of August 2013, the GLRI had funded more than 1,500 projects and programs of the highest priority to meet immediate cleanup, restoration, and protection needs. These projects use scientific analyses as the basis for identifying the restoration needs and priorities for the GLRI. Results from the science, monitoring, and other on-the-ground actions by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) provide the scientific information needed to help guide the Great Lakes restoration efforts. This document highlights a selection of USGS projects for each of the five focus areas through 2013, demonstrating the importance of science for restoration success. Additional information for these and other USGS projects that are important for Great Lakes restoration is available at

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Michigan Water Science Center GLRI Projects

Michigan Bacteriological Research Laboratory (MI-BaRL)

Awesome Aquifers! Hydrologists Judge State Science Olympiad TournamentThe USGS Michigan Water Science Center Bacteriological Research Laboratory (MI-BaRL) in Lansing, MI provides a variety of modern analytical approaches to understand bacteriological contamination and microbial ecology in diverse aquatic environments. The MI-BaRL laboratory has examined beach microbiology, the occurrence of antibiotic-resistant bacteria in surface water, and the occurrence of microbial pathogens in surface water, ground water, and in drinking water supplies. In addition, several studies conducted in the MI-BaRL have examined the ecology of microbial communities in different settings, including sulfur rich springs, arsenic and hydrocarbon contaminated groundwater, and wastewater-contaminated surface and groundwater.


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CLEMENS, MI 04164500: Flow=11cfs,Stage=4.17ft,2015-10-10 10:00,25-75,NORTH BRANCH CLINTON RIVER NEAR MT. CLEMENS, MI 04164100: Flow=4.9cfs,Stage=1.05ft,2015-10-10 09:00,25-75,EAST POND CREEK AT ROMEO, MI 04163400: Flow=2.6cfs,Stage=2.16ft,2015-10-10 09:45,25-75,PLUM BROOK AT UTICA, MI 04159900: Flow=16cfs,Stage=1.09ft,2015-10-10 09:00,25-75,MILL CREEK NEAR AVOCA, MI 04159492: Flow=27cfs,Stage=3.47ft,2015-10-10 10:00,25-75,BLACK RIVER NEAR JEDDO, MI 04156000: Flow=689cfs,Stage=9.73ft,2015-10-10 09:30,25-75,TITTABAWASSEE RIVER AT MIDLAND, MI 04155500: Flow=140cfs,Stage=2.88ft,2015-10-10 09:45,25-75,PINE RIVER NEAR MIDLAND, MI 04154000: Flow=244cfs,Stage=3.37ft,Floodstage=8ft,2015-10-10 09:15,25-75,CHIPPEWA RIVER NEAR MOUNT PLEASANT, MI 04151500: Flow=110cfs,Stage=3.92ft,2015-10-10 09:45,25-75,CASS RIVER AT FRANKENMUTH, MI 04148500: Flow=153cfs,Stage=3.28ft,Floodstage=13ft,2015-10-10 09:00,25-75,FLINT RIVER NEAR FLINT, MI 04148140: Flow=16cfs,Stage=3.30ft,Floodstage=10ft,2015-10-10 09:00,25-75,KEARSLEY CREEK NEAR DAVISON, MI 04147500: Flow=105cfs,Stage=2.73ft,2015-10-10 09:45,25-75,FLINT RIVER NEAR OTISVILLE, MI 04146063: Flow=55cfs,Stage=1.40ft,2015-10-10 09:45,25-75,SOUTH BRANCH FLINT RIVER NEAR COLUMBIAVILLE,MI 04146000: Flow=5.7cfs,Stage=15.23ft,2015-10-10 09:00,25-75,FARMERS CREEK NEAR LAPEER, MI 04142000: Flow=194cfs,Stage=1.49ft,Floodstage=6ft,2015-10-10 09:30,25-75,RIFLE RIVER NEAR STERLING, MI 04133501: Flow=311cfs,Stage=11.24ft,2015-10-10 09:30,25-75,THUNDER BAY RIVER AT HERRON ROAD NEAR BOLTON, MI 04128990: Flow=64cfs,Stage=2.26ft,2015-10-10 09:30,25-75,PIGEON RIVER NEAR VANDERBILT, MI 04127997: Flow=195cfs,Stage=2.72ft,2015-10-10 09:30,25-75,STURGEON RIVER AT WOLVERINE, MI 04127800: Flow=172cfs,Stage=2.93ft,2015-10-10 09:30,25-75,JORDAN RIVER NEAR EAST JORDAN, MI 04125460: Flow=257cfs,Stage=4.06ft,2015-10-10 09:45,25-75,PINE RIVER AT HIGH SCHOOL BRIDGE NR HOXEYVILLE, MI 04124500: Flow=14cfs,Stage=1.79ft,2015-10-10 09:15,25-75,EAST BRANCH PINE RIVER NEAR TUSTIN, MI 04124000: Flow=884cfs,Stage=11.62ft,2015-10-10 09:30,25-75,MANISTEE RIVER NEAR SHERMAN, MI 04122500: Flow=553cfs,Stage=1.48ft,Floodstage=5.5ft,2015-10-10 10:00,25-75,PERE MARQUETTE RIVER AT SCOTTVILLE, MI 04122200: Flow=326cfs,Stage=1.49ft,2015-10-10 09:15,25-75,WHITE RIVER NEAR WHITEHALL, MI 04122100: Flow=5.3cfs,Stage=10.44ft,2015-10-10 09:30,25-75,BEAR CREEK NEAR MUSKEGON, MI 04121500: Flow=663cfs,Stage=7.19ft,2015-10-10 09:30,25-75,MUSKEGON RIVER AT EVART, MI 04121300: Flow=80cfs,Stage=2.66ft,2015-10-10 09:15,25-75,CLAM RIVER AT VOGEL CENTER, MI 04119000: Flow=1980cfs,Stage=3.29ft,Floodstage=18ft,2015-10-10 09:00,25-75,GRAND RIVER AT GRAND RAPIDS, MI 04118500: Flow=136cfs,Stage=3.97ft,2015-10-10 09:00,25-75,ROGUE RIVER NEAR ROCKFORD, MI 04117500: Flow=134cfs,Stage=3.15ft,Floodstage=7ft,2015-10-10 09:15,25-75,THORNAPPLE RIVER NEAR HASTINGS, MI 04116000: Flow=707cfs,Stage=8.10ft,Floodstage=21ft,2015-10-10 09:45,25-75,GRAND RIVER AT IONIA, MI 04115000: Flow=43cfs,Stage=2.62ft,2015-10-10 09:15,25-75,MAPLE RIVER AT MAPLE RAPIDS, MI 04114498: Flow=37cfs,Stage=2.66ft,Floodstage=7ft,2015-10-10 09:45,25-75,LOOKING GLASS RIVER NEAR EAGLE, MI 04114000: Flow=404cfs,Stage=5.18ft,2015-10-10 09:00,25-75,GRAND RIVER AT PORTLAND, MI 04113000: Flow=269cfs,Stage=2.45ft,Floodstage=11ft,2015-10-10 09:45,25-75,GRAND RIVER AT LANSING, MI 04112500: Flow=54cfs,Stage=3.32ft,2015-10-10 09:30,25-75,RED CEDAR RIVER AT EAST LANSING, MI 04112000: Flow=0.82cfs,Stage=1.65ft,2015-10-10 09:45,25-75,SLOAN CREEK NEAR WILLIAMSTON, MI 04111000: Flow=174cfs,Stage=1.72ft,2015-10-10 10:00,25-75,GRAND RIVER NEAR EATON RAPIDS, MI 04108800: Flow=5.9cfs,Stage=1.82ft,2015-10-10 10:00,25-75,MACATAWA RIVER AT STATE ROAD NEAR ZEELAND, MI 04108600: Flow=22cfs,Stage=3.09ft,2015-10-10 09:00,25-75,RABBIT RIVER NEAR HOPKINS, MI 04106400: Flow=10cfs,Stage=2.45ft,2015-10-10 09:45,25-75,WEST FORK PORTAGE CREEK AT KALAMAZOO, MI 04106000: Flow=510cfs,Stage=3.87ft,2015-10-10 09:15,25-75,KALAMAZOO RIVER AT COMSTOCK, MI 04105700: Flow=37cfs,Stage=1.18ft,2015-10-10 09:00,25-75,AUGUSTA CREEK NEAR AUGUSTA, MI 04105500: Flow=398cfs,Stage=2.95ft,2015-10-10 09:45,25-75,KALAMAZOO RIVER NEAR BATTLE CREEK, MI 04105000: Flow=104cfs,Stage=0.79ft,2015-10-10 09:15,25-75,BATTLE CREEK AT BATTLE CREEK, MI 04103500: Flow=228cfs,Stage=4.07ft,2015-10-10 09:30,25-75,KALAMAZOO RIVER AT MARSHALL, MI 04102700: Flow=43cfs,Stage=2.47ft,2015-10-10 10:00,25-75,SOUTH BRANCH BLACK RIVER NEAR BANGOR, MI 04102500: Flow=337cfs,Stage=5.42ft,Floodstage=11ft,2015-10-10 10:00,25-75,PAW PAW RIVER AT RIVERSIDE, MI 04101800: Flow=202cfs,Stage=5.08ft,Floodstage=8ft,2015-10-10 10:00,25-75,DOWAGIAC RIVER AT SUMNERVILLE, MI 04101500: Flow=1750cfs,Stage=5.03ft,2015-10-10 09:00,25-75,ST. JOSEPH RIVER AT NILES, MI 04101000: Flow=1640cfs,Stage=18.31ft,Floodstage=24ft,2015-10-10 09:30,25-75,ST. JOSEPH RIVER AT ELKHART, IN 04099000: Flow=872cfs,Stage=2.58ft,2015-10-10 09:15,25-75,ST. JOSEPH RIVER AT MOTTVILLE, MI 04097540: Flow=46cfs,Stage=2.84ft,2015-10-10 09:00,25-75,PRAIRIE RIVER NEAR NOTTAWA, MI 04097500: Flow=552cfs,Stage=2.90ft,Floodstage=7ft,2015-10-10 09:45,25-75,ST. JOSEPH RIVER AT THREE RIVERS, MI 04096405: Flow=61cfs,Stage=3.13ft,Floodstage=6.5ft,2015-10-10 09:00,25-75,ST. JOSEPH RIVER AT BURLINGTON, MI 04095300: Flow=44cfs,Stage=2.06ft,2015-10-10 09:30,25-75,TRAIL CREEK AT MICHIGAN CITY, IN 04067500: Flow=1650cfs,Stage=8.87ft,2015-10-10 09:15,25-75,MENOMINEE RIVER NEAR MC ALLISTER, WI 04066800: Flow=1670cfs,Stage=9.90ft,2015-10-10 08:00,25-75,MENOMINEE RIVER AT KOSS, MI 04063000: Flow=1050cfs,Stage=3.59ft,Floodstage=9ft,2015-10-10 09:00,25-75,MENOMINEE RIVER NEAR FLORENCE, WI 04062500: Flow=274cfs,Stage=2.79ft,2015-10-10 09:30,25-75,MICHIGAMME RIVER NEAR CRYSTAL FALLS, MI 04060993: Flow=248cfs,Stage=3.66ft,2015-10-10 09:30,25-75,BRULE RIVER AT US HIGHWAY 2 NEAR FLORENCE, WI 04060500: Flow=52cfs,Stage=4.28ft,Floodstage=11ft,2015-10-10 09:30,25-75,IRON RIVER AT CASPIAN, MI 04058100: Flow=94cfs,Stage=1.63ft,2015-10-10 09:15,25-75,MIDDLE BRANCH ESCANABA RIVER NR PRINCETON, MI 04057813: Flow=14cfs,Stage=1.30ft,2015-10-10 10:00,25-75,GREENWOOD DIVERSION NEAR GREENWOOD, MI 04036000: Flow=62cfs,Stage=1.68ft,Floodstage=8ft,2015-10-10 10:00,25-75,WEST BRANCH ONTONAGON RIVER NEAR BERGLAND, MI 04033000: Flow=103cfs,Stage=3.88ft,Floodstage=12ft,2015-10-10 09:45,25-75,MIDDLE BRANCH ONTONAGON RIVER NEAR PAULDING, MI 04032000: Flow=72cfs,Stage=4.58ft,2015-10-10 09:30,25-75,PRESQUE ISLE RIVER NEAR TULA, MI 450415085153501: Stage=6.94ft,2015-10-10 09:30,Not ranked,INTERMEDIATE LAKE AT CENTRAL LAKE, MI 445512084415301: Stage=3.20ft,2015-10-10 10:00,Not ranked,OTSEGO LAKE NEAR GAYLORD, MI 442805084411001: Stage=5.09ft,2015-10-10 09:45,Not ranked,HIGGINS LAKE NEAR ROSCOMMON, MI 442409084274001: Stage=6.14ft,2015-10-10 09:15,Not ranked,LAKE ST HELEN AT ST HELEN, MI 442400084472801: Stage=8.03ft,2015-10-10 09:45,Not ranked,HOUGHTON LAKE NR HOUGHTON LAKE HEIGHTS, MI 0414826545: Flow=0.000000cfs,Stage=0.000ft,2015-10-10 09:00,Not ranked,TRIB (TILE) TO LUM DRAIN NEAR SWARTZ CREEK, MI 0414826544: Flow=0.000000cfs,Stage=0.000ft,2015-10-10 09:00,Not ranked,TRIB TO LUM DRAIN ADJ SHARP RD NR SWARTZ CREEK, MI 0414826504: Flow=0.000000cfs,Stage=0.000ft,2015-10-10 10:00,Not ranked,TRIB TO KIMBALL DRAIN NEAR SWARTZ CREEK, MI 0414826503: Flow=0.000000cfs,Stage=0.000ft,2015-10-10 10:00,Not ranked,TRIB (TILE) TO KIMBALL DRAIN NEAR SWARTZ CREEK, MI 041482663: Flow=1.2cfs,Stage=2.55ft,2015-10-10 09:45,Not ranked,ALGER CREEK AT HILL ROAD NEAR SWARTZ CREEK, MI 040975299: Flow=27cfs,Stage=15.40ft,2015-10-10 09:00,Not ranked,PRAIRIE RIVER AT US 12 NEAR BURR OAK, MI 04176400: Flow=19cfs,Stage=4.96ft,2015-10-10 09:00,Not ranked,SALINE RIVER NEAR SALINE, MI 04175120: Stage=4.98ft,2015-10-10 09:45,Not ranked,HURON RIVER AT FORT ROAD AT ROCKWOOD, MI 04174518: Flow=3.3cfs,Stage=3.08ft,2015-10-10 09:30,Not ranked,MALLETTS CREEK AT ANN ARBOR, MI 04174490: Flow=1.6cfs,Stage=0.55ft,2015-10-10 10:00,Not ranked,ALLEN CREEK AT MOUTH AT ANN ARBOR, MI 04168580: Flow=0.50cfs,Stage=2.23ft,2015-10-10 09:30,Not ranked,ECORSE RIVER AT DEARBORN HEIGHTS, MI 04168400: Stage=3.18ft,2015-10-10 09:00,Not ranked,LOWER RIVER ROUGE AT DEARBORN, MI 04167150: Flow=26cfs,Stage=1.93ft,2015-10-10 09:00,Not ranked,MIDDLE RIVER ROUGE AT DEARBORN HEIGHTS, MI 04165710: Flow=222000cfs,2015-10-10 09:48,Stage=574.14ft,2015-10-10 10:00:00,Not ranked,DETROIT RIVER AT FORT WAYNE AT DETROIT, MI 04164800: Flow=7.0cfs,Stage=5.87ft,2015-10-10 09:00,Not ranked,MIDDLE BRANCH CLINTON RIVER AT MACOMB, MI 04164300: Stage=1.68ft,2015-10-10 10:00,Not ranked,EAST BRANCH COON CREEK AT ARMADA, MI 04161820: Flow=79cfs,Stage=7.38ft,2015-10-10 10:00,Not ranked,CLINTON RIVER AT STERLING HEIGHTS, MI 04159130: Flow=211000cfs,Stage=578.69ft,2015-10-10 09:00,Not ranked,ST. CLAIR RIVER AT PORT HURON, MI 04159010: Flow=26cfs,Stage=3.89ft,2015-10-10 09:15,Not ranked,PIGEON RIVER NEAR CASEVILLE, MI 04157060: Stage=579.64ft,2015-10-10 09:06,Not ranked,SAGINAW RIVER AT MIDLAND STREET AT BAY CITY, MI 04157005: Flow=3270cfs,Stage=13.77ft,2015-10-10 09:00,Not ranked,SAGINAW RIVER AT HOLLAND AVENUE AT SAGINAW, MI 04152500: Stage=2.42ft,2015-10-10 09:00,Not ranked,TOBACCO RIVER AT GLIDDEN ROAD AT BEAVERTON, MI 04152238: Flow=117cfs,Stage=4.77ft,2015-10-10 09:15,Not ranked,SOUTH BRANCH TOBACCO RIVER NEAR BEAVERTON, MI 04150800: Stage=3.34ft,2015-10-10 09:15,Not ranked,CASS RIVER AT WAHJAMEGA, MI 04148440: Stage=2.22ft,2015-10-10 09:30,Not ranked,THREAD CREEK NEAR FLINT, MI 04148295: Stage=1.90ft,2015-10-10 09:45,Not ranked,SWARTZ CREEK AT CLAUDE AVENUE AT FLINT, MI 04144032: Stage=1.34ft,2015-10-10 10:00,Not ranked,THREEMILE CREEK AT PRIOR ROAD NEAR DURAND, MI 04137500: Flow=1040cfs,Stage=8.72ft,2015-10-10 09:45,Not ranked,AU SABLE RIVER NEAR AU SABLE, MI 04137005: Flow=994cfs,Stage=8.31ft,2015-10-10 09:45,Not ranked,AU SABLE RIVER NEAR CURTISVILLE, MI 04136900: Flow=924cfs,Stage=7.37ft,2015-10-10 09:15,Not ranked,AU SABLE RIVER NEAR MC KINLEY, MI 04136000: Flow=655cfs,Stage=2.85ft,2015-10-10 09:45,Not ranked,AU SABLE RIVER NEAR RED OAK, MI 04127885: Flow=107000cfs,2015-10-10 09:12,Stage=580.58ft,2015-10-10 10:00:00,Not ranked,ST. MARYS RIVER AT SAULT STE. MARIE, ONTARIO 04126970: Flow=96cfs,Stage=3.21ft,2015-10-10 09:30,Not ranked,BOARDMAN R ABOVE BROWN BRIDGE ROAD NR MAYFIELD, MI 04126740: Flow=123cfs,Stage=1.33ft,2015-10-10 09:30,Not ranked,PLATTE RIVER AT HONOR, MI 04125550: Flow=1660cfs,Stage=8.65ft,2015-10-10 09:30,Not ranked,MANISTEE RIVER NEAR WELLSTON, MI 04124200: Flow=992cfs,Stage=3.62ft,2015-10-10 09:30,Not ranked,MANISTEE RIVER NEAR MESICK, MI 04121970: Flow=1500cfs,Stage=5.11ft,2015-10-10 09:30,Not ranked,MUSKEGON RIVER NEAR CROTON, MI 04121944: Flow=229cfs,Stage=3.48ft,2015-10-10 09:30,Not ranked,LITTLE MUSKEGON RIVER NEAR OAK GROVE, MI 04119400: Stage=10.98ft,2015-10-10 09:48:00,Not ranked,Rating being developed or revised,GRAND RIVER NEAR EASTMANVILLE, MI 04119055: Flow=21cfs,Stage=3.87ft,2015-10-10 09:00,Not ranked,PLASTER CREEK AT 28TH STREET AT GRAND RAPIDS, MI 04118105: Stage=7.04ft,2015-10-10 10:00,Not ranked,GRAND RIVER AT ADA, MI 04118000: Stage=3.35ft,2015-10-10 09:30,Not ranked,THORNAPPLE RIVER NEAR CALEDONIA, MI 04117004: Stage=2.47ft,2015-10-10 09:45,Not ranked,QUAKER BROOK AT STATE HWY M-66 NEAR NASHVILLE, MI 04116500: Stage=3.54ft,2015-10-10 10:00,Not ranked,FLAT RIVER AT SMYRNA, MI 04115265: Flow=23cfs,Stage=2.21ft,2015-10-10 10:00,Not ranked,FISH CREEK NEAR CRYSTAL, MI 04112850: Flow=26cfs,Stage=2.84ft,2015-10-10 09:15,Not ranked,SYCAMORE CREEK AT HOLT ROAD NEAR HOLT, MI 04111379: Flow=25cfs,Stage=2.70ft,2015-10-10 09:15,Not ranked,RED CEDAR RIVER NEAR WILLIAMSTON, MI 04108872: Stage=1.97ft,2015-10-10 09:00,Not ranked,PIGEON RIVER AT WEST OLIVE RD NR PORT SHELDON, MI 04108660: Flow=1300cfs,Stage=10.63ft,Floodstage=17ft,2015-10-10 09:00,Not ranked,KALAMAZOO RIVER AT NEW RICHMOND, MI 04104945: Flow=23cfs,Stage=3.54ft,2015-10-10 09:00,Not ranked,WANADOGA CREEK NEAR BATTLE CREEK, MI 04101535: Flow=68cfs,Stage=2.91ft,2015-10-10 09:15,Not ranked,DOWAGIAC RIVER AT STATE HWY 51 NEAR DOWAGIAC, MI 04101370: Flow=9.3cfs,Stage=2.05ft,2015-10-10 09:30,Not ranked,JUDY CREEK NEAR SOUTH BEND, IN 04098980: Flow=27cfs,Stage=4.42ft,2015-10-10 09:15,Not ranked,MILL CREEK AT QUAKER STREET NEAR MOTTVILLE, MI 04097188: Stage=6.15ft,2015-10-10 09:00,Not ranked,AUSTIN LAKE NEAR KALAMAZOO, MI 04096015: Flow=26cfs,Stage=5.84ft,2015-10-10 09:15,Not ranked,GALIEN RIVER NEAR SAWYER, MI 04095380: Flow=330cfs,Stage=6.43ft,2015-10-10 09:35,Not ranked,TRAIL CREEK AT MICHIGAN CITY HARBOR, IN 04069416: Flow=796cfs,Stage=8.30ft,2015-10-10 09:35,Not ranked,PESHTIGO RIVER AT PORTERFIELD, WI 04066030: Flow=1470cfs,2015-10-10 09:30,Not ranked,MENOMINEE RIVER AT WHITE RAPIDS DAM NEAR BANAT, MI 04065722: Flow=1230cfs,Stage=5.17ft,Floodstage=15ft,2015-10-10 10:00,Not ranked,MENOMINEE RIVER NEAR VULCAN, MI 04065650: Flow=113cfs,Stage=1.56ft,2015-10-10 10:00,Not ranked,STURGEON RIVER AT US HWY-2 AT LORETTO, MI 04065106: Flow=1080cfs,Stage=5.10ft,2015-10-10 09:15,Not ranked,MENOMINEE RIVER AT NIAGARA, WI 04064500: Flow=202cfs,Stage=1.98ft,2015-10-08 15:15,Not ranked,PINE RIVER BELOW PINE R POWERPLANT NR FLORENCE, WI 04063500: Stage=15.14ft,2015-10-10 09:30:00,Not ranked,MENOMINEE RIVER AT TWIN FALLS NEAR IRON MT, MI 04062011: Flow=445cfs,Stage=6.89ft,2015-10-10 09:15,Not ranked,BRULE RIVER NEAR COMMONWEALTH, WI 04058940: Stage=2.63ft,2015-10-10 07:30,Not ranked,ESCANABA RIVER NEAR ST. NICHOLAS, MI 04058190: Stage=35.59ft,2015-10-10 09:15,Not ranked,SCHWEITZER RESERVOIR NEAR PALMER, MI 04057812: Stage=80.41ft,2015-10-10 09:00,Not ranked,GREENWOOD AFTERBAY NEAR GREENWOOD, MI 04057811: Stage=111.21ft,2015-10-10 09:00,Not ranked,GREENWOOD RESERVOIR NEAR GREENWOOD, MI 04057800: Stage=1.77ft,2015-10-10 09:15:00,Floodstage=6.5ft,Not ranked,MIDDLE BRANCH ESCANABA RIVER AT HUMBOLDT, MI 04046000: Stage=4.30ft,2015-10-10 09:30:00,Not ranked,BLACK RIVER NEAR GARNET, MI 04044724: Flow=55cfs,Stage=2.94ft,2015-10-10 09:15,Not ranked,AU TRAIN RIVER AT FOREST LAKE, MI 04044599: Flow=128cfs,Stage=10.07ft,2015-10-10 09:36,Not ranked,CHOCOLAY RIVER AT GREEN BAY STREET AT HARVEY, MI 04043275: Flow=7.5cfs,Stage=3.78ft,2015-10-10 09:45,Not ranked,YELLOW DOG RIVER NEAR BIG BAY, MI 04043244: Flow=13cfs,Stage=1.58ft,2015-10-10 09:00,Not ranked,EAST BRANCH SALMON TROUT RIVER NEAR DODGE CITY, MI 04043238: Flow=4.4cfs,Stage=0.48ft,2015-10-10 09:45,Not ranked,SALMON TROUT RIVER NEAR BIG BAY, MI 04043150: Flow=13cfs,Stage=6.27ft,Floodstage=14ft,2015-10-10 09:15,Not ranked,SILVER RIVER NEAR L\'ANSE, MI 04043097: Flow=16cfs,Stage=4.04ft,2015-10-10 09:30,Not ranked,FALLS RIVER NEAR L\'ANSE, MI 04043021: Flow=10cfs,Stage=7.40ft,2015-10-10 09:00,Not ranked,COLE CREEK AT HOUGHTON CANAL ROAD NR HOUGHTON, MI 04043016: Flow=16cfs,Stage=4.85ft,2015-10-10 09:00,Not ranked,PILGRIM RIVER AT PARADISE RD NR DODGEVILLE, MI 04040304: Flow=3.5cfs,Stage=3.63ft,2015-10-10 09:30,Not ranked,MONTREAL RIVER AT LAC LA BELLE RD NR DELAWARE, MI 04040260: Flow=2.9cfs,Stage=9.40ft,2015-10-10 09:00,Not ranked,GRATIOT RIVER AT 5 MILE POINT ROAD NEAR AHMEEK, MI 04037400: Stage=3.97ft,2015-10-10 09:45,Not ranked,CISCO LAKE NEAR WATERSMEET, MI 04035995: Stage=2.24ft,2015-10-10 09:45,Not ranked,LAKE GOGEBIC NEAR BERGLAND, MI Go to WaterWatch (offsite) for a larger map with additional options