Virginia and West Virginia Water Science Center
We monitor, research, and analyze the nature of streams, rivers, lakes, springs, groundwater, and landscapes in Virginia and West Virginia. Explore these science themes and featured science topics to learn more.
Featured Science: Hydrological Drought Probabilities in the U.S.
Hydrological drought probabilities for rivers and streams in the United States are estimated using maximum likelihood logistic regression.Learn more
Featured Data: Real-Time Precipitation Maps
Virginia and West Virginia interactive precipitation maps show current and cumulative rainfall totals. Real-time precipitation radar image overlays from the National Weather Service are also provided.Access data
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