Surface Water Temperature
Summer Swimability Study - weekly bacteria testing results at popular swimming holes
UGRA provides funds to support USGS streamflow gauging stations in Kerr County. Access to these stations can be easily obtained through the following links:
Texas Statewide Streamflow Data
US Geological Survey Resources to Understand Streamflow:
Streamflow and the Water Cycle
How Streamflow is Measured
Local Rainfall Data:
The USDA Research Laboratory in Kerrville maintains current and historic weather data files.
The Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority Rainfall Report tracks rainfall over the past 24 hours (location map).
Sections of north west Kerr County drain into the Colorado River watershed. Rainfall over the past 24 hours is tracked by the Lower Colorado River Authority.
TexMesonet Map Viewer - a statewide earth observation data collection network
Spring Flow Data:
Since 2008, UGRA has monitored Guadalupe River sites just downstream from known springs or spring groups.
Spring Flow Study data is available upon request.
The importance of spring flow to the Guadalupe River was examined in this report by LBG-Guyton Associates:
Spring Flow Contribution to the Headwaters of the Guadalupe River in Western Kerr County, Texas
US Drought Monitor
The U.S. Drought Monitor is a map released every Thursday, showing parts of the U.S. that are in drought.