Note: The data are from automated sensors and are generally from equipment that is maintained by the US Geological Survey (or other collaborating agencies). The data are provisional and subject to change. Data update rates are highly variable depending on the specific location of interest.
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|Chocolay River near Skandia (CHOM4)|
|Chocolay River near Harvey (HRVM4)|
|Escanaba River at Gwinn (GNNM4)|
|Escanaba River at Greenwood Diversion (GWDM4)||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Michigamme River near Republic (BNGM4)|
|Michigamme River near Witch Lake (WLKM4)|
|Middle Branch Escanaba River at Humboldt (HUMM4)|
|Middle Branch Escanaba River near Princeton (PRNM4)||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Peshekee River near Champion (CHPM4)|
|Schweitzer Creek near Palmer (SZCM4)||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Schweitzer Creek at Schweitzer Reservoir (SZRM4)||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Yellow Dog River near Big Bay (YDRM4)|
RSS is an XML based document format for syndicating news and other timely news-like information. It provides headlines, URLs to the source document and brief description information in an easy to understand and use format. RSS based "News Readers" and "News Aggregators" allow the display of RSS headlines on workstation desktops. Software libraries exist to read the RSS format and present RSS headlines on webpages and other online applications.
These NWS supplied RSS documents use the RSS 2.0 format. Each RSS item links to the html/web documents described above. Additional technical information is available from the following non-US Government website:
A non-US Government maintained list of RSS readers, aggregators and related software: