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Daily Hydrologic Activities Discussion
NWS Missouri Basin River Forecast Center Pleasant Hill MO
Sunday November 16, 2014

Snow fell from Wyoming and Colorado eastward into South Dakota,
Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa and Missouri during the past 24 hours ending
at 12z Sunday. Some mountain locations in Colorado and southern
Wyoming reported water equivalent amounts from half to around one
inch. Those reports are listed below.

 ID        DESCRIPTION            STATE     11/16
 --------  ---------------------  -----     -----
 JNPC2     JONES PASS             CO         1.10
 RESC2     RABBIT EARS            CO         1.00
 HOOC2     HOOSIER PASS           CO         0.90
 SUMC2     SUMMIT RANCH           CO         0.90
 TOWC2     TOWER                  CO         0.90
 BTSC2     BERTHOUD SUMMIT        CO         0.80
 FMTC2     FREMONT PASS           CO         0.80
 CPMC2     COPPER MOUNTAIN        CO         0.70
 LBAC2     LOVELAND BASIN         CO         0.70
 BKLW4     BROOKLYN LAKE          WY         0.60
 ELRC2     ELK RIVER #2           CO         0.60
 GZPC2     GRIZZLY PEAK           CO         0.60
 JWRC2     JOE WRIGHT             CO         0.60
 KLNC2     KILN                   CO         0.60
 UVCC2     UNIVERSITY CAMP        CO         0.60
 GCRC2     CABIN CREEK            CO         0.51
 ARPC2     ARAPAHO RIDGE          CO         0.50
 COLC2     COLUMBINE LODGE        CO         0.50
 IDPC2     INDEPENDENCE PASS      CO         0.50
 LKIC2     LAKE IRENE             CO         0.50
 NSSC2     NAST LAKE              CO         0.50
 PKCC2     PARK CONE              CO         0.50
 SNLW4     SAND LAKE              WY         0.50
 WPKW4     WHISKEY PARK           WY         0.50

Elsewhere, amounts were under half an inch.

During the next 24 hours ending at 12z Monday, light snow can be
expected from eastern Montana and northeast Wyoming into the Dakotas
and northern Nebraska. Another area of light snow will fall in the
southern parts of Kansas and Missouri. Water equivalent amounts will
generally be a quarter of an inch or less.

Lewellen, on the North Platte River, remains above minor flood stage
due to ice. Otherwise, no flooding is occurring in the Missouri River
Basin and none forecast for the next several days.

Forecasts issued today:
RVF Group                              Time Z
KSR     KANSAS                            15:21 Z
MOM     MISSOURI MAINSTEM                 15:40 Z
NPL     NORTH PLATTE                      15:49 Z
SPL     SOUTH PLATTE                      15:45 Z
SPL     SOUTH PLATTE                      15:53 Z
UMO     UPPER MISSOURI                    16:15 Z
YEL     YELLOWSTONE                       15:34 Z



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