Hydrometeorological Discussion
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Daily Hydrologic Activities Discussion
NWS Missouri Basin River Forecast Center Pleasant Hill MO
Tuesday September 30, 2014

A large area of light to moderate rain fell across Wyoming, Colorado,
Montana, Western Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota during the
past 24 hours ending at 12Z Monday. The heaviest rain fell across
upper elevations of the Rocky Mountains and the Black Hills of
South Dakota. Precipitation reports of one inch or more include:

 LVRM8     LAKEVIEW RIDGE         MT         2.60
 TRPW4     TRIPLE PEAKS           WY         2.20
 NLWW4     WASHAKIE, LTL WIND R   WY         2.04
 WSKM8     WHISKEY CREEK          MT         1.90
 MPLM8     MADISON PLATEAU        MT         1.80
 CRRS2     CUSTER 2SW RAWS        SD         1.71
 INCW4     INDIAN CREEK           WY         1.70
 EKPW4     ELKHART PARK           WY         1.60
 SCDW4     SPRING CREEK DIVIDE    WY         1.60
 LOPW4     LOOMIS PARK            WY         1.50
 NFLW4     NEW FORK LAKE          WY         1.50
 SNIW4     SNIDER BASIN           WY         1.50
 SLAW4     ST LAWRENCE            WY         1.50
 BLBM8     BLACK BEAR             MT         1.40
 BBSW4     BLIND BULL SUMMIT      WY         1.40
 CPSC2     COLUMBINE PASS         CO         1.40
 GRCW4     GRANITE CREEK          WY         1.40
 ERDW4     EAST RIM DIVIDE        WY         1.30
 GRVW4     GROS VENTRE SUMMIT     WY         1.30
 LND       LANDER AIRPORT         WY         1.22
 HMKW4     HAMS FORK              WY         1.20
 KLLW4     KELLEY                 WY         1.20
 KNDW4     KENDALL                WY         1.20
 PHBW4     PHILLIPS BENCH         WY         1.20
 DPKW4     DEER PARK              WY         1.10
 HAFW4     PINEDALE               WY         1.10
 ZIMN1     HARRISON 9NE           NE         1.08
 NPGW4     LANDER, NF POPO AGIE   WY         1.08
 EMTS2     EDGEMONT               SD         1.04
 LNRW4     LANDER 1N              WY         1.04
 AGTN1     AGATE 3ENE RAWS        NE         1.02
 KRWW4     KIRWIN                 WY         1.00

Light to moderate rain is expected across central portions of the
Missouri River Basin during the next 24 hours.  One to two inches
of rain is expected across western portions of North Dakota, South
Dakota, Nebraska and surrounding areas.  However, no flooding is
expected with the forecast rainfall.

No flooding is present in the Missouri basin and none is

Forecasts issued today:
RVF Group                              Time Z
KSR     KANSAS                            14:40 Z
MOM     MISSOURI MAINSTEM                 14:22 Z
NPL     NORTH PLATTE                      01:36 Z
NPL     NORTH PLATTE                      12:02 Z
NPL     NORTH PLATTE                      12:42 Z
NPL     NORTH PLATTE                      16:17 Z
SPL     SOUTH PLATTE                      14:59 Z
UMO     UPPER MISSOURI                    14:39 Z



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