Hydrological situation for July 2019
For the month of July, the highest concentration of stations that exceeded their lowest threshold level is located in the western Danube basin in Austria and Germany, the Rhine river basin in southern Germany and Switzerland and the Po river basin in Italy. A more dispersed distribution of stations with exceedences occurred in Danube river basin in Hungary and Serbia, in northern Norway, Dnieper river basin in Ukraine and Mihno river basin in Spain.
In general, stations that registered discharge values above the 90% during the month of July were very few. They are mostly located in England, Norway, the Rhine river basin in Germany, Danube river basin in Germany and Bulgaria, Ebro river basin in Spain, Dnieper river basin in Ukraine, the Rhône river basin in France and Naatamo river basin in Finland.
Stations registering values below the 10% quantile are mainly located in the Elbe river basin in Germany and western Czech Republic and the Oder river basin in Poland. A lower concentration of stations is found across the Rhine river basin in Germany and Danube river basin in Austria, Germany and Slovakia, Dnieper river basin in northern Ukraine and Ebro river basin in Spain. Finally, isolated stations are found in Dniester river basin in Ukraine, Sheldt and Meuse river basins in Belgium, Glomma river and Sandvinvadnet Lake in Norway, Motala strom, Alsteran and Ronneby river basins in Sweden, the Thames in England, the Barrow and Munster Blackwater river basins in Ireland, Meuse river basin in Belgium, Llobregat, Ter, Douro and Guadalquivir river basins in Spain and Daugava river basins in Latvia.