Hydrometeorological Discussion
Issued by NWS North Central River Forecast Center

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Hydrometeorological Forecast Discussion
NWS North Central River Forecast Center Twin Cities/Chanhassen MN
1248 PM CDT Mon Jul 25 2016


Mainly yesterday morning scattered showers and thunderstorms moved
from east central Wisconsin across central and southern lower
Michigan.  Most rainfall totals were 1.0 to 1.5 inches with a few
locally higher amounts around 2 inches along western lower

Then late yesterday afternoon through early this morning showers
and thunderstorms developed along a cold front across Missouri and
Illinois to northern Indiana.  Numerous rainfall reports were in
the 1 to 3 inch range with a few reports between 3 and 4 inches,
mainly in east central Missouri and central Illinois.

In the forecast... scattered showers continue this morning across
southern Missouri to southern Illinois at the front will slowly
moved out of our region.  Then scattered showers with possible
thunderstorms will develop across the Dakotas to north and central
Minnesota.  Rainfall totals in these areas should average around a
quarter inch or less with a few locally higher amounts where
thunderstorms pop up.

...Hydrologic Conditions...

There are currently no forecast points above flood stage in the
NCRFC area. The localized flooding and river rises from
yesterday`s heavy rains have mostly begun to recede. Portions of
the Illinois River basin are seeing localized flooding and
additional rises from today`s round of heavy rain, but no river
flooding is expected

Multiple rounds of heavy rain in recent weeks have caused elevated
flows on many rivers across eastern North Dakota, Minnesota,
Wisconsin, Iowa and Illinois.

The Mississippi River remains at elevated levels along its entire
length within the NCRFC region. The river is at or near action
stage at many sites from Minnesota downstream through Iowa,
Illinois and Missouri.

Locations across the region that are already experiencing high
levels remain vulnerable to additional flooding.

For additional and more in-depth information concerning river
forecasts, precipitation and all hydrometeorological information
in the NCRFC area of responsibility, please refer to the NCRFC
web page at:     http://www.weather.gov/ncrfc

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