(Finally making the graph and organizing the data)
Williamston: 3.3 inches of precipitation
Graphs and other Pictures
drought monitor of the
This graph shows the stream flow of the Neuse River and how during February through April it was doing great and how since the drought it has dropped to less then 1000 cubic feet of stream flow. The graph also shows different periods of averages.
This graph shows the
elevation of the
1. These rivers of the Roanoke Basin are in a place north of where NC's boundaries meet Virginia's. This relates to the graph below about these rivers.
2. These are the rivers at the end of the Roanoke Basin and the rivers in the graph below.
3.These rivers are at the mid-point of the Roanoke Basin and the graph below refers to these rivers.
1. This graph shows the parts of Roanoke river in Virginia which shows that the drought has been brutal to the north yet its making a comeback and trying to level out water.
2. This graph shows the flow of water increased during the start of February and how it being steady meaning the water level keeping pretty much the same except for the dramatic increase.
3. This graph shows us 1 Virginia river in the basin and 2 NC rivers in the basin which if you compare it shows that the higher north you go you get better rain and so people start to depend on this and increase the outflow which means that the elevation for that river dam increases with it and vice versa.
Percentage of people in each region who classified the drought as "extremely serious":