Hydrometeorological Discussion
Issued by NWS Missouri Basin, Pleasant Hill

Home | Current Version | Previous Version | Graphics & Text | Print | Product List | Glossary On
Versions: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
AGUS73 KKRF 181542

Daily Hydrologic Activities Discussion
NWS Missouri Basin River Forecast Center Pleasant Hill MO
Thursday August 18, 2016

During the past 24 hours ending at 7 AM CDT Thursday, scattered showers
and thunderstorms were present across much of the Missouri Basin.
Several states saw rainfall amounts near 0.25 to 0.50 while heavier
amounts were reported across portions of Montana and North Dakota.

Some of the higher amounts include:

STATION     DESCRIPTION                    RPT(in.)
0662N8      RENVILLE 7N                     2.25
NDWL03      Cathay 1.5N                     2.24
NDWL02      Heimdal 2.4NNE                  1.14
MOT         MINOT ND                        1.12
NDWR12      Burlington                      1.11
NDSM07      SYKESTON 11S                    1.10
MNON8       MINOT ND                        1.07
0660N8      MOHALL 4S                       1.04
NDSM08      WOODWORTH 12NW                  1.02
NDFS04      Carrington 0.1S                 1.00
AKAQ1       AWATERTON AB 7 ESE              0.82
NDED02      Sheyenne 2.7WSW                 0.77
HARC2       HARTSEL CO 12ESE                0.70
MTSH03      OUTLOOK                         0.67
TMTN8       BELCOURT RAWS                   0.65
MTPR09      BROADUS MT 10W                  0.65
COYU24      LIBERTY                         0.65
JEFF009     STEELE CITY NE 2NW              0.64
LFDN8       LANSFORD ND                     0.63
FTBM8       FT BENTON MT                    0.58
AFCS2       ABERDEEN SD 6NW                 0.56
LOMM8       LOMA MT 1WNW                    0.56
MIB         MINOT AFB ND                    0.52

During the next 24 hours ending at 7 AM CDT Friday, a cold front will
begin to slide south across the basin. This will generate chances
for precipitation across portions of South Dakota and Nebraska.
Rainfall amounts above 0.50 inches will be possible. Higher elevations
across Montana, Wyoming and Colorado will also stand to see some
precipitation amounts nearing 0.50 to 1.00 inches in the 24 period.

No flooding is occurring or forecast over the Missouri River basin
through the next several days.

Forecasts issued today:
RVF Group                            Time Z
JAM     JAMES/VERMILLION                  13:30 Z
KSR     KANSAS                            14:23 Z
MOM     MISSOURI MAINSTEM                 14:39 Z
NPL     NORTH PLATTE                      01:15 Z
NPL     NORTH PLATTE                      14:19 Z
SPL     SOUTH PLATTE                      14:26 Z
UMO     UPPER MISSOURI                    13:51 Z
YEL     YELLOWSTONE                       14:16 Z



USA.gov is the U.S. government's official web portal to all federal, state and local government web resources and services.