Huron to Erie Connecting Waterways Forecasting System

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The Huron to Erie Connecting Waterways Forecasting System provides predicted forecasts of water levels and currents through the Huron to Erie Corridor. The tool has varying applications, which include guiding spill response, search and rescue, beach health management, drinking water safety, and finding the source of fish kills, among others.

 

Features include:

  • Nowcasts every three hours and forecasts every 12 hours for currents and water level for St. Clair River, Lake St. Clair, and Detroit River
  • Output via web-interface

Launch nowcasts in Google Earth: http://data.glos.us/hecwfs-google/

Huron to Erie Connecting Waterways Forecasting System
Screen Capture of the Huron to Erie Connecting Waterways Forecasting System