Hydrometeorological Discussion
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Daily Hydrologic Activities Discussion
NWS Missouri Basin River Forecast Center Pleasant Hill MO
Tuesday October 14, 2014


Moderate to heavy precipitation fell across the eastern quarter of
the Missouri River Basin during the 24-hour period ending at
12Z Tuesday. The rainfall caused significant rises in river levels in
Missouri and southern Iowa. Maximum amounts that fell in northern
Missouri were two and a half inches. Stations reporting one and a
half inches or more are shown in the table below.

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STATION     DESCRIPTION                    RPT(in.)
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MOFSA061    GALLATIN                        2.53
MOFSA025    KINGSTON                        2.53
CLMM7       COLOMA MO                       2.37
NVZM7       NOVINGER MO                     2.19
CNVM7       CENTERVIEW MO 3W                2.04
NSSI4       DES MOINES NWR                  2.00
MOFSA129    PRINCETON                       2.00
MOLI4       MOULTON IA 5W                   1.87
MOCN02      PLATTSBURG                      1.81
MOFSA117    CHILLICOTHE                     1.80
LNNM7       LINNEUS MO 3SE                  1.80
MOFSA081    BETHANY 1.3NE                   1.80
BRCM7       BRUNSWICK MO                    1.80
MOLN01      LINNEUS                         1.80
KRNM7       KEARNEY MO 3E                   1.72
MOFSA101    WARRENSBURG                     1.70
MOFSA079    TRENTON                         1.63
KRYM7       KEARNEY MO 2E                   1.60
MOCS02      RAYMORE                         1.59
MOFSA075    ALBANY                          1.55
MOFSA089    FAYETTE                         1.50


During the next 24-hour period ending at 12z Wednesday, yesterday`s
storm will continue to move out of the region across Missouri and
Iowa. Rainfall totals should not exceed a half of an inch during the
period. Elsewhere in the basin, very little precipitation is
forecast.

Forecasts for flooding have been issued on the following streams in
Missouri.

The Grand, South Grand, Crooked, Blackwater, Platte, Little Osage,
Osage, Lamine Rivers and lower sections of the Missouri River. Also,
Wakenda, Big and Petite Saline Creeks have flood forecasts.

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Forecasts issued today:
RVF Group                              Time Z
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GRA     GRAND/CHARITON                    01:10 Z
GRA     GRAND/CHARITON                    06:59 Z
GRA     GRAND/CHARITON                    11:40 Z
GRA     GRAND/CHARITON                    13:13 Z
KSR     KANSAS                            01:55 Z
KSR     KANSAS                            14:06 Z
MOM     MISSOURI MAINSTEM                 01:27 Z
MOM     MISSOURI MAINSTEM                 14:36 Z
MTA     MISSOURI TRIBS ABOVE KANSAS CITY  01:09 Z
MTA     MISSOURI TRIBS ABOVE KANSAS CITY  12:43 Z
MTB     MISSOURI TRIBS BELOW KANSAS CITY  00:42 Z
MTB     MISSOURI TRIBS BELOW KANSAS CITY  02:22 Z
MTB     MISSOURI TRIBS BELOW KANSAS CITY  03:15 Z
MTB     MISSOURI TRIBS BELOW KANSAS CITY  06:33 Z
MTB     MISSOURI TRIBS BELOW KANSAS CITY  11:21 Z
MTB     MISSOURI TRIBS BELOW KANSAS CITY  14:14 Z
OSG     OSAGE                             01:28 Z
OSG     OSAGE                             01:43 Z
OSG     OSAGE                             02:37 Z
OSG     OSAGE                             11:26 Z
OSG     OSAGE                             14:32 Z
SPL     SOUTH PLATTE                      14:07 Z
UMO     UPPER MISSOURI                    14:59 Z
YEL     YELLOWSTONE                       14:50 Z

MBRFC/

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