River Flows Improving At The Point Of Rocks Gage On The Potomac River

But monitoring will continue.

Rockville, Md (KM) Potomac River flows are improving. The Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin says on Wednesday the flow at the Point of Rocks gage reached above 2,000 cubic feet per second.

When flows go below that level, the Commission’s Section for Cooperative Water Supply on the Potomac (CO-OP) closely monitors the situation, and a daily report is issued for water suppliers.

The flows have improved, but the Commission says CO-OP will continue  monitoring the river, and daily reports will still to be issued to water suppliers until the river’s flow has stabilized above the 2,000 cubic-foot-per-second threshold.

By Kevin McManus