Hydrometeorological Discussion
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Daily Hydrologic Activities Discussion
NWS Missouri Basin River Forecast Center Pleasant Hill MO
Tuesday August 30, 2016


During the past 24 hours ending at 7 AM CDT Tuesday, widespread light
rain fell across the southern third of the basin. Additionally,
light precipitation was reported in the Colorado Rockies and northern
Montana during the period. Embedded within the southern light rains
were some moderate amounts, most notably in eastern Nebraska and
western Missouri. Below is a list of stations that reported more than
two inches of water equivalent during the period.

STATION     DESCRIPTION                    RPT(in.)
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RYMM7       RAYMORE MO #2                   3.90
RAMM7       RAYMORE MO                      3.85
MOCS02      RAYMORE                         3.85
KSNM06      BAILEYVILLE                     3.55
BLYK1       BAILEYVILLE KS                  3.55
THAY020     NeRain Stn                      2.86
KSNM11      BAILEYVILLE                     2.60
RSLK1       RUSSELL KS 8S                   2.45
SDHI4       SHENANDOAH IA                   2.41
RCMM7       RICHMOND MO 3S                  2.40
RUEK1       RUSSELL KS 7E                   2.39
FCLN1       FORT CALHOUN NE 4W              2.26
OJC         OLATHE KS                       2.22
IXD         OLATHE KS                       2.20
DLSM7       GRAIN VALLEY MO                 2.15
KSCD01      JAMESTOWN                       2.09
SLKM7       SMITHVILLE RES MO               2.05
PAWN009     NeRain Stn                      2.05
SHLN1       SHELBY NE 3NE                   2.04
MOFSA177    RICHMOND                        2.00


During the next 24 hours ending at 7 AM CDT Wednesday, widespread
light to moderate precipitation is forecast across the southern half
of the basin and along the northern Rockies. Maximum amounts are
forecast in north-central Kansas and south-central Nebraska, where up
to 1.25 inches of rainfall are anticipated.

Minor flooding is forecast for the Little and Big Blue Rivers in
Nebraska. The North Platte River at North Platte continues to
fluctuate at or near flood stage and will remain there for the next
several weeks.


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Forecasts issued today:
RVF Group                              Time Z
-------------------------------------------------
BBL     BIG BLUE                          00:48 Z
BBL     BIG BLUE                          11:50 Z
BBL     BIG BLUE                          14:40 Z
BBL     BIG BLUE                          15:10 Z
BBL     BIG BLUE                          15:37 Z
KRF     MISSOURI TRIBUTARY RIVER FLOWS    13:35 Z
KRF     MISSOURI TRIBUTARY RIVER FLOWS    15:35 Z
KSR     KANSAS                            14:10 Z
LRP     LOWER REPUBLICAN                  14:19 Z
MOM     MISSOURI MAINSTEM                 14:29 Z
MTA     MISSOURI TRIBS ABOVE KANSAS CITY  12:51 Z
MTA     MISSOURI TRIBS ABOVE KANSAS CITY  16:01 Z
NPL     NORTH PLATTE                      00:22 Z
NPL     NORTH PLATTE                      15:36 Z
SPL     SOUTH PLATTE                      15:37 Z
UMO     UPPER MISSOURI                    13:49 Z
YEL     YELLOWSTONE                       14:38 Z

MBRFC/mgt

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