Hydrometeorological Discussion
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Daily Hydrologic Activities Discussion
NWS Missouri Basin River Forecast Center Pleasant Hill MO
Tuesday August 26, 2014

During the previous 24 hours, ending at 7:00 AM CDT Tuesday,
moderate to heavy rain fell in Eastern Nebraska into Western Iowa
with a large area exceeding 1.00 inches and local amounts exceeding
3.00 inches in a few locations. Elsewhere in the basin, Northeast
Colorado and Central Kansas saw some moderate precipitation with
exceeding 0.50 inches in a broader area. Other parts of the
Missouri River basin saw lighter precipitation amounts remaining
below 0.25 inches. The table below lists locations receiving more
than 2.00 inches:

STATION     DESCRIPTION                    RPT(in.)
YORN1       YORK NE 3N                      4.71
YORK005     YORK NE 3N                      4.71
YORK002     YORK NE 1E                      4.52
WESN1       WESTON NE 3NW                   4.29
YORK011     YORK NE 4NNE                    3.80
BUTL008     BRAINARD NE 2SSE                3.52
HITI4       HONEY CREEK IA 1SE              3.25
BRDN1       BRADSHAW NE                     3.20
IRLN1       IRVINGTON 4NW NE                2.93
OAXN1       VALLEY NE 1WNW                  2.82
COKC123     STRATTON                        2.56
SOHC2       STRATTON, CO                    2.56
COKC84      STRATTON                        2.55
HAMI003     HAMPTON NE 3ESE                 2.41
BNTN1       BENNINGTON NE 3WSW              2.36
CBF         COUNCIL BLUFFS AP AWOS          2.35
IAPT07      COUNCIL BLUFFS                  2.23
DOUG012     NeRain Stn                      2.22
EKWN1       ELKHORN 1NW NE                  2.14
DOUG006     NeRain Stn                      2.13
FCLN1       FORT CALHOUN NE 4W              2.09
KEBN1       KENNARD 2SE NE                  2.09
IRVN1       IRVINGTON NE                    2.02

During the next 24 hours, ending at 7:00 AM CDT Wednesday,
precipitation is once again slated to hit the same area as
yesterday. The heaviest amounts will fall in a band from Western
Iowa, across Nebraska and into Northwest Kansas and into Colorado.
A broad area exceeding 0.50 inches is expected in the region with
locally heavier amounts expected in thunderstorms. A portion of
Northeast Nebraska is forecast to see amounts exceeding 1.25 in.
Elsewhere around the Missouri River Basin should remain dry with
a small potential for thunderstorms to develop.

Heavy rainfall over the weekend caused rises in many streams
across Montana.  Flooding is occurring or forecast for the
following locations:

* Beaver Creek near Hinsdale, MT -- Currently in Major Flooding
and receeding
* Milk River at Tampico, MT -- Currently Minor Flooding and
forecast to Moderate Flooding
* Milk River near Glasgow, MT -- Currently in Major Flooding and
* Milk River at Nashua, MT -- Currently Minor Flooding
* Musselshell River near Mosby, MT -- Currently Moderate Flooding
and receeding

Forecasts issued today:
RVF Group                              Time Z
BBL     BIG BLUE                          13:30 Z
GRA     GRAND/CHARITON                    12:56 Z
KSR     KANSAS                            13:17 Z
MDT     MIDDLE DAKOTA TRIBS               00:54 Z
MDT     MIDDLE DAKOTA TRIBS               02:23 Z
MDT     MIDDLE DAKOTA TRIBS               06:49 Z
MIL     MILK                              00:44 Z
MIL     MILK                              08:45 Z
MIL     MILK                              11:44 Z
MIL     MILK                              15:17 Z
MOM     MISSOURI MAINSTEM                 14:28 Z
SPL     SOUTH PLATTE                      12:38 Z
UMO     UPPER MISSOURI                    01:02 Z
UMO     UPPER MISSOURI                    07:32 Z
YEL     YELLOWSTONE                       14:40 Z



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