Hydrometeorological Discussion
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Daily Hydrologic Activities Discussion
NWS Missouri Basin River Forecast Center Pleasant Hill MO
Friday July 18, 2014

During the previous 24 hours ending at 7 AM Friday, scattered
showers and thunderstorms occurred across southern Montana and
northwest Wyoming.  Another area of light precipitation fell
across Kansas and southwest Missouri.

Some of the higher local 24 hour amounts include:

                  Montana Data
STATION     DESCRIPTION                    RPT(in.)
FSLM8       FISHTAIL MT 7W                  0.48
BLKM8       BLACK PINE MT                   0.40
BRTM8       BRITTON SPRINGS MT 10SW         0.33
WODM8       AUGUSTA MT 22WSW                0.20
MTCB08      RED LODGE                       0.20
FRHM8       RIMINI MT 6SSE                  0.20
JOLM8       JOLIET MT                       0.18
CRRM8       WEST YELLOWSTONE MT 21NNW       0.10

                  Wyoming Data
STATION     DESCRIPTION                    RPT(in.)
MDDW4       MIDDLE POWDER SNOTEL            0.80
LPPW4       LAPRELE CREEK WY                0.60
RNHW4       RENO HILL SNOTEL                0.50
GVSW4       GRAVE SPRINGS SNOTEL            0.40
HNSW4       HANSEN SAWMILL SNOTEL           0.40
KRWW4       KIRWIN SNOTEL                   0.40
SCRW4       SHELL CREEK SNOTEL              0.40
BRCW4       BURROUGHS CREEK SNOTEL          0.30
HBBW4       HOBBS PARKS SNOTEL              0.30
DPKW4       LANDER WY 19SW                  0.20
BPIW4       BIG PINEY WY                    0.19
HYTW4       PAHASKA WY 8WSW                 0.17
TCKW4       NORRIS JUNCTION WY 1NW          0.16
GBWW4       GREBE RAWS NR CANYON            0.13
LKAW4       LAKE YELLOWSTONE                0.11

                  Kansas Data
STATION     DESCRIPTION                    RPT(in.)
INMK1       INMAN KS RAIN                   0.46
WLD         WINFIELD KS                     0.41
WNDK1       WINDOM KS 1SE                   0.38
MCPK1       MCPHERSON KS                    0.29
RANK1       RANSOM KS 2NE                   0.27
AAO         WICHITA KS                      0.27
KSEL14      HAYS                            0.22
LICK1       LINCOLN KS 1SE                  0.22
KSRS29      RUSSELL                         0.22
LSBK1       LINDSBORG KS                    0.20
INNK1       INMAN KS                        0.20
P28         MEDICINE LODGE KS 2E            0.18
DMRK1       DAMAR KS                        0.18
NTAK1       NATOMA KS                       0.17
KSRS10      RUSSELL                         0.17
KSEL43      HAYS                            0.17

                  Missouri Data
STATION     DESCRIPTION                    RPT(in.)
MOGR40      SPRINGFIELD                     0.15
DWEM7       LIBERAL MO 3SW                  0.06
JONM7       JOPLIN CRN 22 ENE               0.06

During the next 24 hours ending at 7 AM Saturday, widely
scattered precipitation is forecast across Montana, Wyoming,
Colorado, the Dakotas, western Nebraska and Kansas.  Basin
average amounts should generally be less than .25 of an

The James River near Stratford, SD is near flood stage.  No
other river flooding is occurring in the Missouri River Basin,
and none is forecast for the next 24 hours.

Forecasts issued today:
RVF Group                              Time Z
BGH     BIGHORN                           15:32 Z
JAM     JAMES/VERMILLION                  12:35 Z
KSR     KANSAS                            14:23 Z
MOM     MISSOURI MAINSTEM                 14:17 Z
YEL     YELLOWSTONE                       15:31 Z



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