Forecasts for Lakes and Rivers

(Alphabetical Listing)

Name County(ies)
Alligator Lake Columbia
Ansin/Garcia Miami Lakes Indian River
Apalachicola River Gulf, Liberty, Franklin, Jackson, Gadsden, Calhoun
Blackwater and Yellow Rivers

Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, Walton

Lake Blue Cypress Indian River
Chipola River Calhoun
Choctawhatchee River

Holmes, Walton, Washington

Lake Crescent Flagler, Putnam
Dead Lake Calhoun, Gulf
Deerpoint Lake Bay
Doctors Inlet Clay
Escambia River


Everglades Conservation Areas Palm Beach, Broward, Dade
Farm-13/Stick Marsh Indian River
Lake George Putnam, Volusia
Hamilton Cnty Phosp. Pits Hamilton
Lake Harris Lake
Hurricane Lake Okaloosa
Lake Istokpoga Highlands
Lake Jackson Leon
Kenansville Lake Indian River
Lake Kissimmee Osceola
Lake Lochloosa Alachua
Medard Reservoir Hillsborough
Merritt's Mill Pond


Miami-Dade, Broward & West Palm Canals Broward, Miami-Dade, West Palm
Lake Monroe Seminole, Volusia
Newnan's Lake Alachua
Ocala Forest Lakes Lake, Marion
Ocheesee Pond


Ochlockonee River

Leon, Gadsden, Liberty

Okeechobee Palm Beach, Martin, Glades, Okeechobee, Hendry
Oklawaha River Marion, Putnam
Orange Lake Alachua
Lake Osborne Palm Beach
Lake Panasoffkee Sumter
Lake Parker Polk
Peace River Polk, Hardee, Desoto, Charlotte
Rodman Reservoir Putnam
Lake Rousseau Citrus and Levy
Saddle Creek Park Polk
St. Johns River - Lower Brevard, Flagler, Lake, Orange, Putnam, Seminole, St. Johns, Volusia
St. Johns River - Upper Brevard, Flagler, Lake, Orange, Putnam, Seminole, St. Johns, Volusia
Lake Sampson Bradford
Lake Santa Fe Alachua
Lake Seminole Jackson, Gadsden
Suwannee Lake Suwannee
Suwannee/Santa Fe Rivers Suwannee, et al.
Lake Talquin Gadsden, Leon
Lake Tarpon Pinellas
Tenoroc Pits Polk
Lake Tohopekaliga Osceola
Lake Trafford Collier
Tsala Apopka Chain Citrus
Lake Victor Holmes
Lake Walk-in-Water Polk
Wauberg Lake Alachua
Webb Lake & Marl Ponds Polk
Lake Weir Marion
Winter Haven Chain Polk
Withlacoochee River Citrus, Marion, Sumter, Levy, Hernando

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