The Carabasset has gone from 70 CFS to over 10,000 CFS.
Austin Stream went from 7 CFS to 1,800 CFS.
The Swift River went from 11 CFS to 6,000 CFS.
The Androscoggin went from 1,000 CFS to 17,000 CFS and is nearly double it’s all time high for the date at Wentworth Location.
The St John at Nine Mile Bridge went from 480 CFS to 19,000 CFS. That’s nearly 6,000 CFS above the all time record and it’s still rising fast.
Maine’s Western Mountains had a deluge and it isn’t over yet.
Old Mother Nature is catching up!