Hydrometeorological Discussion
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Daily Hydrologic Activities Discussion
NWS Missouri Basin River Forecast Center Pleasant Hill MO
Monday April 21, 2014


During the previous 24-hours, ending at 12Z Monday, most of the
precipitation remained in the lower half of the Missouri River
Basin. In most locations, amounts remained below 0.50 inches. An
area across Kansas saw a batch of heavier precipitation with amounts
exceeding 1.00 inches. The table below lists locations that
received more than 1.00 inches:

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STATION     DESCRIPTION                    RPT(in.)
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MCW         MASON CITY IA                   2.50
ATNK1       ALTON KS 2SW                    2.14
OSBK1       OSBORNE KS                      1.86
HLC         HILL CITY KS 1NE                1.65
HLLK1       HILL CITY KS 1E                 1.64
PLNK1       PLAINVILLE KS 4WNW              1.60
DMRK1       DAMAR KS                        1.33
NTAK1       NATOMA KS                       1.33
KSRO01      PLAINVILLE                      1.29
WAAK1       WAKEENEY KS 5N                  1.24
KSOB05      NATOMA                          1.18
WODK1       WOODSTON KS 1S                  1.11
HPTI4       HAMPTON                         1.03
KSTR12      WAKEENEY                        1.01

Over the next several days, model input will include 72 hours of
precipitation.

During the next 24-hours, ending at 12Z Tuesday, light precipitation
amounts are expected to fall across Missouri, Eastern Kansas, and
Iowa. Precipitation amounts shoul remain below 0.50 inches. Also
very light amounts are forecast to fall in the mountains, but
amounts should remain below 0.25 inches.

Day 2 precipitation, 12Z Tuesday - 12Z Wednesday, has heavier
precipitation picking up in the mountains across Montana. Amounts
should remain below 0.75 inches in most locations with locally
higher amounts possible.

Day 3 precipitation, 12Z Wednesday - 12Z Thursday, precipitation
lessons over the mountains, and they should expect less than 0.25
inches. A heavier system is expected to move across the Midwest
affecting areas in Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa, and Missouri.
Precipitation amounts in these locations could exceed 1.00 inches.


No flooding is occurring, and none is forecast during the next
couple of days.



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Forecasts issued today:
RVF Group                              Time Z
-------------------------------------------------
JAM     JAMES/VERMILLION                  01:07 Z
JAM     JAMES/VERMILLION                  15:18 Z
KSR     KANSAS                            14:34 Z
MOM     MISSOURI MAINSTEM                 14:18 Z
SPL     SOUTH PLATTE                      14:44 Z
SPL     SOUTH PLATTE                      14:44 Z
UMO     UPPER MISSOURI                    00:57 Z
UMO     UPPER MISSOURI                    15:32 Z

MBRFC/

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