Issued by NWS Missouri Basin, Pleasant Hill
AGUS73 KKRF 231550
Daily Hydrologic Activities Discussion
NWS Missouri Basin River Forecast Center Pleasant Hill MO
Wednesday April 23, 2014
During the previous 24-hours, ending at 12Z Wednesday, the heaviest
area of precipitation fell across Montana. Precipitation amounts
ranged from 0.25 - 1.00 inches in many locations. Elsewhere
throughout the basin, lighter precipitation amounts prevailed,
remaining below 0.25 inches in most locations.
River model input will include 48 hours of precipitation Wednesday
and return to 24 hours on Thursday
During the next 24-hours, ending at 12Z Thursday, most of the
Missouri River Basin should see some precipitation. The heaviest
band is expected to fall in a line from North-Central Iowa, across
Eastern Nebraska and into Central Kansas. A large area throughout
this location can expect to see amounts near 0.75 inches with a
heavier bulls-eye in Eastern Nebraska that could exceed 1.50 inches.
Elsewhere throughout the basin, locations can expect precipitation
amounts to remain less than 0.25 inches.
Day 2 precipitation, 12Z Thursday - 12Z Friday, the system affecting
the Midwest with continue to push easterward bringing precipitation
to Missouri and Iowa. Precipitation amounts could exceed 0.50 inches
for a large area across Missouri with locally higher amounts up to
1.00 inches. Lighter precipitation is also forecast across Montana
and North Dakota, with amounts remaining below 0.25 inches.
No flooding is occurring, and none is forecast during the next
couple of days.
Forecasts issued today:
RVF Group Time Z
BGH BIGHORN 15:08 Z
BGH BIGHORN 15:13 Z
KSR KANSAS 14:02 Z
MOM MISSOURI MAINSTEM 14:32 Z
YEL YELLOWSTONE 15:12 Z