Extended Streamflow Prediction
Issued by NWS Missouri Basin, Pleasant Hill

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WATER SUPPLY FORECAST
NWS MISSOURI BASIN RIVER FORECAST CENTER
PLEASANT HILL MISSOURI

1030 CST WEDNESDAY JANUARY 03 2018

DATA CURRENT AS OF: JANUARY 01 2018

MISSOURI/YELLOWSTONE/PLATTE RIVER BASIN FORECASTS

                                        50%   %   10%   90%   AVG
FORECAST POINT                  PERIOD (KAF) AVG (KAF) (KAF) (KAF)
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BOYSEN RESERVOIR INFLOW         APR-SEP 1441 133% 2194  1108  1085
SBDW4N
BIGHORN R AT KANE               APR-SEP 1994 113% 2978  1520  1764
LVEW4N
GREYBULL R NR MEETEETSE         APR-SEP 224  79%  355   153   284
MEEW4N
BUFFALO BILL RESERVOIR INFLOW   APR-SEP 865  131% 1070  657   662
CDYW4N
ST MARY R NR BABB               APR-SEP 324  74%  438   264   437
SMYM8N
ST MARY R AT INT BOUNDARY       APR-SEP 377  74%  522   308   507
SMBM8N
MILK R NR CUTBANK               APR-SEP 27   76%  76    13    35
PDBM8N
MILK R AT EASTERN CROSSING      APR-SEP 47   76%  132   23    62
ERNM8N
NORTH PLATTE R NR NORTHGATE     APR-SEP 212  93%  324   109   228
NGTC2
ENCAMPMENT R NR ENCAMPMENT      APR-SEP 127  76%  187   79    166
ERCW4
ENCAMPMENT R NR ENCAMPMENT      APR-SEP 136  78%  196   88    175
ECRW4N
ROCK CK NR ARLINGTON            APR-SEP 49   108% 69    34    46
KCRW4
ROCK CK NR ARLINGTON            APR-SEP 50   108% 70    35    46
KCRW4N
SEMINOE RESERVOIR INFLOW WY     APR-SEP 648  87%  947   388   745
SETW4
SEMINOE RESERVOIR INFLOW WY     APR-SEP 813  90%  1090  528   900
SETW4N
LARAMIE R NR WOODS              APR-SEP 44   72%  73    18    61
WODW4
LARAMIE R NR WOODS              APR-SEP 80   82%  109   47    97
WODW4N
LITTLE LARAMIE R NR FILMORE     APR-SEP 61   120% 90    34    50
SMTW4
LITTLE LARAMIE R NR FILMORE     APR-SEP 63   119% 92    37    53
SMTW4N
ANTERO RESERVOIR INFLOW         APR-SEP 15   91%  25    9     16
ANRC2N
SPINNEY MOUNTAIN RES INFLOW     APR-SEP 40   68%  83    25    59
SPYC2N
ELEVENMILE CANYON RES INFLOW    APR-SEP 42   65%  88    27    65
EVNC2N
CHEESMAN LAKE INFLOW            APR-SEP 80   65%  168   43    124
CHEC2N
SOUTH PLATTE R AT SOUTH PLATTE  APR-SEP 145  69%  301   79    209
SPTC2N
BEAR CK AT MORRISON             APR-SEP 11   56%  39    6     19
MRRC2N
CLEAR CK AT GOLDEN              APR-SEP 79   71%  134   40    110
GLDC2N
ST VRAIN CK AT LYONS            APR-SEP 80   83%  110   46    96
LNSC2N
BOULDER CK NR ORODELL           APR-SEP 45   83%  90    27    54
OROC2N
S BOULDER CK NR ELDORADO SPR    APR-SEP 30   79%  51    17    38
BELC2N
CACHE LA POUDRE AT CANYON MOUTH APR-SEP 168  82%  255   85    205
FTDC2N
LIMA RESERVOIR INFLOW           APR-SEP 63   95%  109   39    66
LRRM8N
CLARK CANYON RESERVOIR INFLOW   APR-SEP 138  78%  223   78    177
CLKM8N
BEAVERHEAD R AT BARRETTS        APR-SEP 165  78%  258   103   210
BARM8N
RUBY R RESERVOIR INFLOW         APR-SEP 93   104% 116   69    90
ALRM8N
BIG HOLE R NR MELROSE           APR-SEP 524  100% 696   321   525
MLRM8
BIG HOLE R NR MELROSE           APR-SEP 581  100% 752   379   583
MLRM8N
HEBGEN RESERVOIR INFLOW         APR-SEP 412  99%  526   312   415
HBDM8N
ENNIS RESERVOIR INFLOW          APR-SEP 680  93%  823   510   731
ELMM8N
GALLATIN R NR GATEWAY           APR-SEP 426  92%  547   310   464
GLGM8
GALLATIN R NR GATEWAY           APR-SEP 426  96%  547   310   442
GLGM8N
GALLATIN R AT LOGAN             APR-SEP 428  95%  616   275   451
LOGM8
GALLATIN R AT LOGAN             APR-SEP 563  97%  733   407   583
LOGM8N
MISSOURI R AT TOSTON            APR-SEP 2561 105% 3328  1823  2430
TOSM8N
MISSOURI R AT FORT BENTON       APR-SEP 3620 92%  4756  2589  3921
FBNM8N
MISSOURI R NR VIRGELLE          APR-SEP 4045 94%  5484  2991  4324
VRGM8N
MISSOURI R NR LANDUSKY          APR-SEP 4331 96%  5867  3210  4512
LDKM8N
MISSOURI R BLW FT PECK DAM      APR-SEP 4623 98%  6160  3356  4706
FPKM8N
GIBSON RESERVOIR INFLOW         APR-SEP 406  111% 639   320   365
AGSM8N
MARIAS R NR SHELBY              APR-SEP 375  123% 601   286   304
SHLM8N
MUSSELSHELL R AT HARLOWTON      APR-SEP 57   74%  109   26    77
HLWM8N
YELLOWSTONE R AT YELLOWSTONE LK APR-SEP 1033 150% 1199  811   688
YLOW4APR
YELLOWSTONE R AT YELLOWSTONE LK APR-SEP 1288 148% 1488  1047  868
YLOW4N
YELLOWSTONE R AT CORWIN SPRINGS APR-SEP 2282 133% 2650  1792  1712
CORM8
YELLOWSTONE R AT CORWIN SPRINGS APR-SEP 2653 134% 3074  2112  1986
CORM8N
YELLOWSTONE R AT LIVINGSTON     APR-SEP 2589 129% 2982  2030  2000
LIVM8
YELLOWSTONE R AT LIVINGSTON     APR-SEP 3000 127% 3469  2415  2365
LIVM8N
YELLOWSTONE R AT BILLINGS       APR-SEP 4168 122% 4904  3224  3423
BILM8
YELLOWSTONE R AT BILLINGS       APR-SEP 5341 120% 6111  4324  4464
BILM8N
YELLOWSTONE R AT MILES CITY     APR-SEP 8746 115% 10499 6875  7604
MILM8N
YELLOWSTONE R AT SIDNEY         APR-SEP 9163 114% 10795 7045  8022
SIDM8N
BOULDER R AT BIG TIMBER         APR-SEP 259  108% 303   187   240
BTMM8
BOULDER R AT BIG TIMBER         APR-SEP 357  104% 408   289   343
BTMM8N
STILLWATER R NR ABSAROKEE       APR-SEP 515  97%  606   399   532
SRAM8
STILLWATER R NR ABSAROKEE       APR-SEP 575  97%  663   458   590
SRAM8N
CLARKS FK YELWSTONE R NR BELFRY APR-SEP 646  124% 786   536   520
BFYM4
CLARKS FK YELWSTONE R NR BELFRY APR-SEP 716  121% 857   609   591
BFYM4N
BIGHORN R NR ST XAVIER          APR-SEP 2976 120% 4002  2231  2478
STXM8N
LITTLE BIGHORN R NR HARDIN      APR-SEP 97   95%  146   62    103
HRDM8N
TONGUE R NR DAYTON              APR-SEP 86   90%  111   59    96
DAYW4N
TONGUE R NR DECKER              APR-SEP 164  72%  226   112   227
DSLM8N
TONGUE R RESERVOIR INFLOW       APR-SEP 166  73%  229   113   228
DKRM8N
POWDER R NR LOCATE              APR-SEP 221  78%  430   135   282
MHDM8
POWDER R NR LOCATE A            APR-SEP 226  71%  475   141   317
LOCM8N

LOCATIONS WITH AN "N" SUFFIX INDICATE NATURAL FLOWS EXCLUDING
STREAM AUGMENTATIONS

KAF: THOUSANDS OF ACRE-FEET

%AVG: CURRENT 50%/AVG

AVG: AVERAGE (50%) SEASONAL RUNOFF VOLUME AS SIMULATED BY THE RIVER
FORECAST MODEL CONSIDERING A CONTINUOUS SIMULATION OF THE BASIN
RESPONSE TO HISTORIC CLIMATE DATA (OBSERVED PRECIPITATION AND
TEMPERATURES) OVER THE PERIOD OF 1979-2001

THE 50%, 10%, AND 90% COLUMNS INDICATE THE PROBABLILITY THAT THE
ACTUAL VOLUME WILL EXCEED THE FORECAST FOR THE VALID TIME PERIOD

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