Hydrometeorological Discussion
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Daily Hydrologic Activities Discussion
NWS Missouri Basin River Forecast Center Pleasant Hill MO
Monday August 25, 2014


During the previous 24 hours ending at 7:00 AM CDT Monday, light
to moderate rain continued across most of Montana, extending into
northern North Dakota.  Isolated showers brought lighter amounts
to western Nebraska, northern Kansas, northwest Missouri and Iowa.
The remainder of the Missouri River Basin reported no significant
precipitation.  The table below lists locations
that received more than 1.0 inch of rain:

STATION
 ID        DESCRIPTION            STATE     08/25
 --------  ---------------------  -----     -----
 HWSM8     HARLEM 2W              MT         2.75
 SSMM8     SOUTH SAWMILL GDDS     MT         2.24
 SAOM8     SACO 1NNW              MT         2.09
 ALDM8     ZORTMAN MINE RAWS      MT         1.70
 CNKM8     CHINOOK                MT         1.50
 SACM8     SACO 7NE, MILK R       MT         1.44
 FBLM8     HARLEM 4SSE            MT         1.43
 JPKM8     JUDITH PEAK RAWS       MT         1.33
 ARMM8     ARMELLS CREEK RAWS     MT         1.27
 DBCM8     DRY BLOOD CREEK RAWS   MT         1.26
 ROCM8     ROCKY BOY              MT         1.20
 ORHM8     OPHEIM 21NW, ROCK CR   MT         1.19
 HOBM8     HOBSON                 MT         1.15
 KIGM8     GLASGOW 33SW           MT         1.09
 FOD       FT DODGE               IA         1.08
 LBCM8     LITTLE BULLWHACKER C   MT         1.06
 MCXN1     MCCOOK                 NE         1.05
 BLUM8     BLUFF CREEK RAWS       MT         1.02

During the next 24 hours, showers and thunderstorms are
forecast to move into Wyoming and the southern portion
of the Missouri Basin.  Heaviest amounts, which may exceed
1.0 inch, are expected in central Nebraska and on the western
Iowa border.  Montana, the Dakotas, Northwest Missouri and
eastern Kansas should only see light and isolated precipitation
during this period.


Heavy rainfall over the weekend caused rises in many streams
across Montana and the Dakotas.  Flooding is occurring or forecast
for the following locations:

Grand River near Little Eagle, SD
Beaver Creek near Hinsdale, MT
Milk River near Glasgow and Nashua, MT
Musselshell River near Mosby, MT


.................................................
Forecasts issued today:
RVF Group                              Time Z
-------------------------------------------------
KSR     KANSAS                            13:55 Z
MDT     MIDDLE DAKOTA TRIBS               00:40 Z
MDT     MIDDLE DAKOTA TRIBS               03:25 Z
MDT     MIDDLE DAKOTA TRIBS               09:41 Z
MDT     MIDDLE DAKOTA TRIBS               14:42 Z
MIL     MILK                              00:58 Z
MIL     MILK                              04:15 Z
MIL     MILK                              05:27 Z
MIL     MILK                              08:21 Z
MIL     MILK                              09:47 Z
MIL     MILK                              14:54 Z
MOM     MISSOURI MAINSTEM                 14:28 Z
SPL     SOUTH PLATTE                      12:50 Z
SPL     SOUTH PLATTE                      12:51 Z
UDT     UPPER DAKOTA TRIBS                01:09 Z
UDT     UPPER DAKOTA TRIBS                13:55 Z
UMO     UPPER MISSOURI                    00:15 Z
UMO     UPPER MISSOURI                    05:10 Z
UMO     UPPER MISSOURI                    09:24 Z
UMO     UPPER MISSOURI                    10:19 Z
UMO     UPPER MISSOURI                    15:11 Z
YEL     YELLOWSTONE                       14:31 Z

MBRFC/

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