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North Carolina River Monitoring

North Carolina contains some of the greatest geographical diversity confined within a single state of any state in the nation. With mountains, the Piedmont, and the coastal plain, this diverse geography yields diverse river systems and distribution of water throughout the state. Check out the below tables for a broad overview of the state's rivers and then the state's major bodies of water.

1. French Broad River

https://water.weather.gov/resources/hydrographs/avln7_hg

2. Catawba River

https://water.weather.gov/resources/hydrographs/lksn7_hg

3. Yadkin River

https://water.weather.gov/resources/hydrographs/yadn7_hg

4. Pee Dee River

https://water.weather.gov/resources/hydrographs/rckn7_hg

5. Lumber River

https://water.weather.gov/resources/hydrographs/lumn7_hg

6. Deep River

https://water.weather.gov/resources/hydrographs/rmsn7_hg

7. Haw River

https://water.weather.gov/resources/hydrographs/bynn7_hg

8. Cape Fear River

https://water.weather.gov/resources/hydrographs/fayn7_hg

9. Neuse River

https://water.weather.gov/resources/hydrographs/gldn7_hg

10. Tar River

https://water.weather.gov/resources/hydrographs/tarn7_hg

11. Roanoke River

https://water.weather.gov/resources/hydrographs/scon7_hg

12. Chowan River

https://water.weather.gov/resources/hydrographs/ewpn7_hg
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