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Routine Daily Forecasts of River Conditions for Melbourne, FL (MLB)

This page provides access to observed and forecast river conditions in RSS/XML feeds/format. Comments and feedback are welcome. A Product Description Document is also available.

Note: Routine Daily Forecasts of River Conditions are available at select river locations where data histories and forecast procedures make them possible. These forecasts are generally updated from 11:00 AM to noon local time. This RSS feed is based on the original development efforts of John Yagecic of the Delaware River Basin Commission.

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Melbourne, FL (MLB) Gauges Observed Forecast Alerts
Blue Cypress Creek above Fellsmere 12WSW (BLUF1) RSS Observed RSS Forecast RSS Alerts
Boggy Creek near Taft/nr Narcoosee 6NW (BCTF1) RSS Observed RSS Forecast RSS Alerts
Bonnet Creek near Vineland (BCVF1) RSS Observed RSS Forecast RSS Alerts
Canaveral Barge Canal at Trident Pier Tide Gauge (in MHHW) (TRDF1) RSS Observed RSS Forecast RSS Alerts
Haynes Creek below Burrell Dam (HACF1) RSS Observed RSS Forecast RSS Alerts
Indian River near Binney Dock at Ft Pierce Inlet (in MHHW) (BNNF1) RSS Observed RSS Forecast RSS Alerts
Indian River at Wabasso (in MHHW) (IRWF1) RSS Observed RSS Forecast RSS Alerts
Indian River at MELBOURNE (in MHHW) (MEIF1) RSS Observed RSS Forecast RSS Alerts
Indian River at Ponce De Leon South (in MHHW) (PDLF1) RSS Observed RSS Forecast RSS Alerts
Indian River above ST. LUCIE INLET (in MHHW) (SAIF1) RSS Observed RSS Forecast RSS Alerts
Little Econlockhatchee near Oviedo (LECF1) RSS Observed RSS Forecast RSS Alerts
Little Wekiva River near ALTAMONTE SPRINGS 2N (LWAF1) RSS Observed RSS Forecast RSS Alerts
Loxahatchee River above Jupiter 5NW (in MHHW) (LXRF1) RSS Observed RSS Forecast RSS Alerts
Pennywash Creek near Deer Park (PECF1) RSS Observed RSS Forecast RSS Alerts
Reedy Creek above SR531 Nr Poinciana (RCRF1) RSS Observed RSS Forecast RSS Alerts
Reedy Creek near S-40 nr Loughman (RCSF1) RSS Observed RSS Forecast RSS Alerts
Shingle Creek at Campbell (SHIF1) RSS Observed RSS Forecast RSS Alerts
Shingle Creek at Airport near Kissimmee (SNCF1) RSS Observed RSS Forecast RSS Alerts
St Lucie Canal at St Lucie Lock and Dam (SLLF1) RSS Observed RSS Forecast RSS Alerts
St Lucie River near Stuart (in MHHW) (SLRF1) RSS Observed RSS Forecast RSS Alerts
St Lucie River at Steele Point (in MHHW) (SPTF1) RSS Observed RSS Forecast RSS Alerts
St. Johns River at Astor (ASTF1) RSS Observed RSS Forecast RSS Alerts
St. Johns River near Cocoa (COCF1) RSS Observed RSS Forecast RSS Alerts
St. Johns River near near Deland (DLAF1) RSS Observed RSS Forecast RSS Alerts
St. Johns River above Lake Harney (GENF1) RSS Observed RSS Forecast RSS Alerts
St. Johns River at Lake Jesup Outlet near Sanford (LKJF1) RSS Observed RSS Forecast RSS Alerts
St. Johns River near Melbourne (MELF1) RSS Observed RSS Forecast RSS Alerts
St. Johns River near Sanford (SNFF1) RSS Observed RSS Forecast RSS Alerts
Taylor Creek at Grassy Island (TCGF1) RSS Observed RSS Forecast RSS Alerts
Tomoka River near Holly Hill (THHF1) RSS Observed RSS Forecast RSS Alerts
Wekiva River near Sanford (WEKF1) RSS Observed RSS Forecast RSS Alerts

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