Rainfall Sources

For boating, fishing, or for water quality testing it is useful to know recent rainfall.

Withlacoochee and Little River Water Trail (WLRWT)

See the WLRWT access page, which for each landing or boat ramp links to one of the Flooding charts: Withlacoochee and Little Rivers, which links to USGS river gauges.

Little River

Here is a composite graph of the gauges with recent precipitation records.

Withlacoochee River

Here is a composite graph.

Piscola Creek and Okapilco Creek

  • Okapilco Creek at US 76 in Brooks County: unfortunately out of service due to lack of funding.
  • weather.UGA.edu, Sunbelt Ag Expo, in Spence Field, Moultrie, GA, upstream from Little Creek of Okapilco Creek: that water falling on Colquitt County, GA, runs downstream through Brooks County, under GA 76 and US 84 in Okapilco Creek.
  • weather.UGA.edu, Boston Tractor Co., Dixie, GA, on the west side of Brooks County in the Piscola Creek watershed: since storms generally move west to east, that one gives us an idea of how much rain fell soon afterwards on the Okapilco Creek watershed in Brooks County, GA.

Alapaha River Water Trail (ARWT)

See the ARWT access page, which for each landing or boat ramp links to one of the Alapaha River water levels, which links to USGS river gauges.

Alapaha River

Here is a composite graph.