Flood Potential Outlook
Issued by NWS Grand Junction, CO

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HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
130 PM MDT SAT JUN 4 2016


...WARM TEMPERATURES WILL INCREASE RUNOFF FROM SNOW MELT AND
RIVER LEVELS THIS WEEKEND AND EARLY NEXT WEEK...

Mostly sunny days and rising temperatures will lead to an increase
in snowmelt from the high mountains over the next few days.
Stream and river flows continue to rise with some rivers peaking
next week.

River flows will rise along the Upper Colorado River Basin with
most streams and rivers remaining below bankfull level. River
levels in Gore Creek and the Crystal River may reach bankfull by
early next week.

&&

              Fld    Observed         Forecast 5 a.m.
Location      Stg  Stg  Day Time    Sun    Mon    Tue

Colorado River
  CO-UT Stat 15.0   8.6  Sat 01 PM   9.2    9.7   10.0
  Cameo      12.5   9.0  Sat 01 PM   9.4   10.0   10.1
  Glenwood S 16.5   8.0  Sat 12 PM   8.2    8.5    8.6
  Dotsero    12.0   7.9  Sat 01 PM   8.2    8.5    8.6

Crystal River
  Redstone   5.0   3.4  Sat 01 PM   3.7    3.8    4.1

Eagle River
  Gypsum     9.0   7.3  Sat 12 PM   7.5    7.5    7.5

Roaring Fork River
  Glenwood S 9.3   5.2  Sat 12 PM   5.6    5.8    5.9
  Aspen      5.0   2.4  Sat 12 PM   3.2    3.3    3.5


Caution is urged when walking near waterways. Avoid inundated areas
and unstable riverbanks.

Stay tuned to developments by listening to NOAA Weather Radio or your
local TV or radio stations.


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