Issued by NWS Missouri Basin, Pleasant Hill
AGUS73 KKRF 101638
Daily Hydrologic Activities Discussion
NWS Missouri Basin River Forecast Center Pleasant Hill MO
Monday March 10, 2014
During the past 24 hours ending at 7:00 AM CDT Monday, heavy snow
was reported across the mountains of western Montana. The higher
elevations in central Montana, parts of Wyoming and central Colorado
also received snow or a mix of rain and snow. Other locations in
the Missouri River Basin reported very light or no significant
precipitation during this period.
In the next 24 hours, snow is expected to continue in the mountains
of Montana and Wyoming, with significant accumulations possible.
Rain is forecast for the lower elevations, but should transition to
snow with cooling temperatures. Water equivalents may be in excess
of 1.0 inch in some areas, causing additional flooding. Snow and
rain changing to snow is also forecast for north central Colorado
and across South Dakota, with liquid equivalents of 0.5 to 1.0 inch.
No significant precipitation is expected elsewhere in the Basin.
Flooding is forecast for the following locations:
Little Missouri River near Camp Crook, SD
Little Muddy Creek, near Williston, ND
Localized flooding is occurring along the Tongue River in Montana due
to ice jams.
Snowmelt and ice jams are causing elevated stages in parts of
Nebraska and other locations in North Dakota.
Forecasts issued today:
RVF Group Time Z
KSR KANSAS 14:11 Z
LUP LOUP 02:23 Z
LUP LOUP 13:30 Z
MDT MIDDLE DAKOTA TRIBS 13:02 Z
MOM MISSOURI MAINSTEM 14:33 Z
SPL SOUTH PLATTE 15:35 Z
SPL SOUTH PLATTE 15:36 Z
UDT UPPER DAKOTA TRIBS 14:06 Z
UDT UPPER DAKOTA TRIBS 14:43 Z
UMO UPPER MISSOURI 15:26 Z
YEL YELLOWSTONE 14:51 Z