Precipitation and water level data is collected from monitoring stations strategically located across the watershed. This information is used in the Flood Forecasting and Low Water Programs delivered by Otonabee Conservation.
Stations that collect water level data year round are identified on the map below by purple triangles.
Stations that collect precipitation year round are identified on the map below by blue water droplets
Stations that collect precipitation data seasonally are identified on the map below orange water droplets
Note: Seasonal stations can only measure rain, and as a result, during winter months, precipitation values may be inaccurate because the equipment cannot accurately measure hail, sleet, snow, or other solid forms of precipitation.
Click on a monitoring station to view precipitation and water level data.
Precipitation and water level data from monitoring stations in the Otonabee Region Watershed is included in the tables below.
The table below includes water level data gathered at 6 a.m. (Local Standard Time) and is updated daily.
The table below lists precipitation receipts measured over the course of the calendar day (a full 24-hour period of time from midnight to midnight)
Maps showing the water level and precipitation data are available in a downloadable .pdf format here:
Water Survey of Canada Water
Trent-Severn Waterway (Parks Canada)
CAUTION: Provisional data. The information provided on this page is in its raw form and has yet to be checked for errors/omissions. This data should not be used for decision making concerning personal or public safety. Otonabee Conservation makes no warranties and assumes no liability whatsoever regarding the truth, accuracy, currency, or completeness of the information contained within this website.
NOTICE: If you find that the data in the Precipitation and Water Level Summary tables is not current, your internet browser may be storing an older, ‘cached’ version of the data from a previous visit. Try clearing your browser cache as a solution to this problem. Alternatively, you can visit the Water Survey of Canada site to search for flows and levels in your area.
Warning! Water levels and flows can change rapidly.