Daily River Forecasts
Issued by NWS Columbia, SC

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DAILY RIVER AND LAKE SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE COLUMBIA SC
954 AM EST SUN FEB 14 2016

...All river forecast points remain below flood stage...

Cold...dry arctic high pressure centered to our north will shift
offshore tonight...bringing a low level onshore flow into the
region. As a significant upper level system approaches from the
west a warm front will form south of the region late tonight
and early Monday...lifting northward bringing a return of
precipitation. Much of the Northern/Central Midlands and CSRA
is likely to see freezing precipitation changing to rain. Rainfall
amounts will depend heavily on the amount of deep moisture through
Tuesday...uncertainty still exists. The deepest moisture and
heaviest precipitation amounts are certain at this time to be focused
in the Upstate and Northern Midlands and even more so well to the
north of our forecast area...which will eventually work its way
down into our river basins towards the latter part of the week. All
river forecast points are expected to remain below flood stage...
with the only short-term stage fluctuations dependent upon releases
by area dams to make room for expected flow increases from up north.


.BR CAE 0214 DH12/HG/DRH+24/HGIFF/DRH+48/HGIFF/DRH+72/HGIFF
.B1 DRH+96/HGIFF/DRH+120/HGIFF
:River Data
:                 Fld  8am  24hr  Forecast at 8am edt     Crest
:ID   Name        Stg  Stg   Chg  Mon  Tue  Wed  Thu  Fri Stg/Time

CMDS1 :Camden     27:12.2 /: 0.3:12.2/12.8/17.7/17.7/14.4:17.7
COLS1 :Columbia   19: 5.0 /:-0.1: 6.6/ 6.3/ 6.2/ 7.8/ 8.7:   M
CHES1 :Cheraw     30: 8.9 /: 0.5:11.9/11.9/13.7/16.5/16.6:   M
ORBS1 :Orangeburg  8: 6.4 /:-0.2: 6.2/ 6.3/ 6.6/ 6.8/ 6.9:   M
AUGG1 :Btlr Cr.117.5:104.3 /:-1.4:105.9/106.0/106.3/106.3/106.1:    M
CEAS1 :C Eastman 115:108.2 /: 0.2:110.9/111.3/110.8/112.5/114.7:114.7
.END

.BR CAE 0214 DH12/HP/DRH+24/QIIFF/DRH+48/QIIFF/DRH+72/QIIFF
.B1 DRH+96/QIIFF/DRH+120/QIIFF
:Lake data
:                 Full    7am  24 hr    7am Inflow in CFS
:ID    Name       Pool   Level Change   Mon    Tue    Wed   Thu   Fri

IRMS1 :Lake Murray 360: 356.5/: -3.1 : 4090/  4310/  4310/ 4140/ 4110
PASS1 :Parr Shoals 267: 261.4/:  0.4 : 6300/  6410/ 10890/17180/13290
PNVS1 :Lake Marion  77:  76.3/: -0.0 :21770/ 24980/ 25040/26600/32350
CHDS1 :Lk Thurmond 330: 328.5/: -0.2 : 5120/  5100/  7140/ 6090/ 5240
.END

During periods of high water and flooding...river stage and crest
forecast can be obtained from River Flood Warnings and River Flood
Statements. This information is also available at the National
Weather Service Columbia website at {www.erh.noaa.gov/cae}.
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