Hydrological situation for February 2019
by EFAS Hydrological Data Collection Centre.
For the month of February, most of the stations that surpassed the lowest discharge and/or stage threshold level are concentrated along the southern Danube river basin in Slovenia, Croatia and Serbia, Po river basin in Italy, Minho-Sil and Mediterranean river basins in Spain and basins across southern Sweden. A more dispersed distribution of stations with exceedances of the first threshold level occurred throughout the Dnieper river basin in Ukraine and Belarus, Rhine river basin in Germany and Switzerland, Elbe river basin in Germany and the Czech Republic, Oder and Vistula river basins in Poland, Neman and Vistula river basins in Belarus Neretva river basin in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Danube river basin in Romania and Slovakia, Glomma and Stjordal basins in Norway and Lakhish river basins in Israel.
Most of stations that registered discharge values above the 90% quantile are located across Norway, Finland and Sweden, and the western Danube river basin in Austria, Germany and Slovenia. This occurred less frequently for stations located along the eastern Danube river basin in Romania and Serbia, Dniester and Dnieper river basins in Ukraine, Llobregat, Ebro and Minho-Sil river basins in Spain and Rhine river basin in southern Germany.
Stations with values registered below the 10% quantile for discharge are mainly located across the Rhine and Elbe river basins in Germany and Ebro river basin in Spain. This occurred less frequently in stations across Scandinavian countries and for one station in Dnieper river basin in Ukraine.