Hydrometeorological Discussion
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Daily Hydrologic Activities Discussion
NWS Missouri Basin River Forecast Center Pleasant Hill MO
Wednesday March  4, 2015

Over the last 24 hours ending at 6:00 AM CST Wednesday, light snow
fell across portions of the basin, with the highest amounts
being in the Rockies of southern Wyoming and northern Colorado.
Precipitation values in these areas ranged from a half an inch to
up to an inch of water equivalent in some areas. Lighter areas of
snow fell across the central plains including South Dakota, Nebraska
and Kansas. Precipitation values in these areas were generally under
one tenth of an inch. Areas that received at least 0.40 inches are
shown here:

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STATION     DESCRIPTION              STATE      RPT(in.)
--------------------------------------------------------
ZIRC2       ZIRKEL                    CO0.90
OLDW4       OLD BATTLE       WY        0.70
MBSW4       MED BOW SNOTEL            WY      0.60
NFCW4       NORTH FRENCH CREEK        WY      0.60
WBSW4       WEBBER SPRINGS            WY0.50
WPRC2       WILLOW PARK               CO0.50
CLWW4       AFTON 10SE                WY      0.40
DPKW4       LANDER WY 19SW            WY      0.40
DVDW4       DIVIDE PEAK       WY     0.40
LITW4       LITTLE SNAKE RIVER        WY0.40
SBCW4       SOUTH BRUSH CREEK         WY0.40
WPKW4       WHISKEY PARK       WY        0.40
BMNC2       BLACK MOUNTAIN            CO      0.40
BLKC2       BEAR LAKE                 CO0.40
WLBC2       WILD BASIN                CO0.40
BUFC2       BUFFALO PARK              CO0.40
DDMC2       DEADMAN HILL              CO0.40

For the next 24 hours ending at 6:00AM CST Thursday, areas of snow
are forecast only in the southern areas of the Missouri basin.
Light snow can be expected across areas of northern Colorado,
northern Kansas, and the southern portion of Missouri. Precipitation
will primarly be light, generally less than 0.05 of an inch water
equivalent, although extreme sourthern portions of Missouri could
see up to 0.50 inches of precipation. The basin will primarily be
dry on Thursday, with very little, if any, precipitation in the
forecast.

No river flooding is occurring in the Missouri River Basin and none
is forecast for the next few days.

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Forecasts issued today:
RVF Group                            Time Z
-----------------------------------------------
KSR     KANSAS                            15:19 Z
MOM     MISSOURI MAINSTEM                 15:36 Z
SPL     SOUTH PLATTE                      16:13 Z
YEL     YELLOWSTONE                       01:15 Z
YEL     YELLOWSTONE                       15:45 Z
YEL     YELLOWSTONE                       15:48 Z

MBRFC/

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