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Susquehanna Flood Forecast and Warning System

The Susquehanna River Basin – from Cooperstown, N.Y., to the Chesapeake Bay – is one of the nation's most flood-prone watersheds, experiencing on average $150 million in damages each year. The Susquehanna system provides for early flood warnings to help save lives and reduce property damages.


Floods cause more than $150 million in damage each year in the river basin including New York, Pennsylvania and Maryland. The Susquehanna River Basin Flood Forecasting and Warning System was designed to help forecast river levels and issue early warnings so you can keep your family and your belongings safe. Use this site to learn more about the history and destructive nature of flooding in the basin, how the warning system operates and what you can do to prepare.


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  • Location: Cooperstown
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