Hydrometeorological Discussion
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Daily Hydrologic Activities Discussion
NWS Missouri Basin River Forecast Center Pleasant Hill MO
Saturday July 25, 2015


A heavy band of rain fell across the southern portion of the
Missouri River basin during the 24-hour period ending 12Z
this morning.  Another complex fell across northeast Wyoming
and western South Dakota during the same period.  The heaviest
reports included:

 CCRN1     CLAY CENTER            NE         2.85
 HSTN1     HASTINGS 4N            NE         2.62
 BRCM7     BRUNSWICK              MO         2.40
 MSSM7     MUSSEL FORK            MO         2.24
 IBEM7     IBERIA                 MO         2.12
 BNLM7     BOONVILLE 4SW          MO         1.80
 KRNN1     KEARNEY 4NE            NE         1.65
 EAR       KEARNEY                NE         1.63
 SBYM7     SALISBURY              MO         1.60
 GDEK1     GLADE, N FK SOLOMON    KS         1.50
 ATSK1     ATCHISON 1S            KS         1.42
 SHRK1     SHARON SPRINGS         KS         1.35
 ALAM7     ALBANY                 MO         1.30
 BLKI4     BLOCKTON 1W            IA         1.28
 KRNK1     PHILLIPSBURG 9SE       KS         1.28
 PTTM7     PATTONSBURG 2S         MO         1.27
 OSCN1     OSCEOLA                NE         1.18
 CYNS2     CANYON LAKE ABOVE      SD         1.16
 FNDN1     FRIEND 3E              NE         1.16
 GCOS2     GRACE COOLIDGE CR      SD         1.14
 GLLM7     GALLATIN 1W            MO         1.13
 HMBI4     HAMBURG, NISHNABOTNA   IA         1.12
 CHRS2     REDSHIRT, CHEYENNE R   SD         1.11
 BCNI4     BEACONSFIELD           IA         1.08
 BRWM7     BROWNING, LOCUST CR    MO         1.08
 HNKI4     HANCOCK, WEST NISH     IA         1.07
 PLDN1     PLEASANTDALE 2NW       NE         1.05
 GLNI4     GLENWOOD               IA         1.00
 NEMA009   JOHNSON 2E             NE         1.00
 SDHI4     SHENANDOAH             IA         1.00



Another round of moderate to heavy rain centered across northern
Missouri is expected today and tonite.  Amounts of upwards of 1.50
inches are possible.  Day 2 QPF, ending 12Z Monday, calls for widely
scattered convection possible over much of the basin.  However,
areal averages should be light.

There is no river flooding currently within the Missouri River
basin.  Some reaches of the Grand River in Missouri are
forecast to exceed flood stage within a couple of days due
to last night`s rain and the rain expected later today.

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Forecasts issued today:
RVF Group                              Time Z
-------------------------------------------------
GRA     GRAND/CHARITON                    13:02 Z
JAM     JAMES/VERMILLION                  00:18 Z
JAM     JAMES/VERMILLION                  14:27 Z
KRF     MISSOURI TRIBUTARY RIVER FLOWS    13:35 Z
KSR     KANSAS                            13:37 Z
MOM     MISSOURI MAINSTEM                 00:48 Z
MOM     MISSOURI MAINSTEM                 14:25 Z
MTA     MISSOURI TRIBS ABOVE KANSAS CITY  12:54 Z
MTB     MISSOURI TRIBS BELOW KANSAS CITY  14:14 Z
OSG     OSAGE                             00:28 Z
UMO     UPPER MISSOURI                    14:46 Z
YEL     YELLOWSTONE                       14:25 Z

MBRFC/

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