Hydrometeorological Discussion
Issued by NWS Missouri Basin, Pleasant Hill

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Daily Hydrologic Activities Discussion
NWS Missouri Basin River Forecast Center Pleasant Hill MO
Thursday July 31, 2014

During the past 24 hours ending at 12z Thursday, an area of showers
and thunderstorms occurred from southern Wyoming and Colorado into
southwest Nebraska, Kansas and southwest Missouri. Scattered storms
were also noted in Montana and the Dakotas. One to two inch rainfall
was widespread across Colorado. Isolated storms in southern Wyoming
produced similar amounts. Those reports are listed below:


 ID        DESCRIPTION            STATE     07/31
 --------  ---------------------  -----     -----
 GOLC2     GOLDEN 3S              CO         2.00
 BLKC2     BEAR LAKE              CO         1.90
 COPC2     COPELAND LAKE          CO         1.80
 LKWC2     LAKEWOOD 4NW           CO         1.77
 DVNC2     DENVER WATER DEPT      CO         1.65
 MRSC2     MORRISON 3SSE AMRAD    CO         1.59
 BCDC2     BEAR CREEK DAM         CO         1.51
 RESC2     RABBIT EARS            CO         1.50
 GDNC2     RALSTON RESERVOIR      CO         1.50
 LOVC2     SEDALIA, PLUM CREEK    CO         1.49
 KSLC2     KASSLER                CO         1.45
 WGEC2     WHEAT RIDGE            CO         1.43
 COLC2     COLUMBINE LODGE        CO         1.40
 ENLC2     ENGLEWOOD              CO         1.36
 BTAC2     BOULDER 3W             CO         1.32
 COAR43    DENVER 9S              CO         1.31
 ECLC2     ECHO LAKE              CO         1.30
 LELC2     LAKE ELDORA            CO         1.30
 LTLC2     MARSTON FILTER PLANT   CO         1.30
 WLLC2     WILLOW CREEK PASS      CO         1.30
 GRRC2     GROSS RESERVOIR        CO         1.27
 WYLM63    CARPENTER              WY         1.25
 FCS       FORT CARSON            CO         1.24
 SHRC2     SHERIDAN, BEAR CREEK   CO         1.23
 ARPC2     ARAPAHO RIDGE          CO         1.20
 ITRC2     INTER CANYON           CO         1.16
 COAD22    THORNTON 2SSE          CO         1.13
 ETSC2     ESTES PARK 1SSE        CO         1.11
 DRLC2     DRY LAKE               CO         1.10
 GLNC2     GOLDEN GDDS            CO         1.10
 DEN       DENVER INTL AIRPORT    CO         1.09
 HLRC2     HIGHLANDS RANCH        CO         1.09
 FRKC2     FRANKTOWN, CHERRY CR   CO         1.08
 PKLC2     PICKLE GULCH RAWS      CO         1.08
 COAR42    DENVER 6S              CO         1.05
 LGEC2     LAKE GEORGE 1NW        CO         1.03
 BKLW4     BROOKLYN LAKE          WY         1.00
 LKGC2     LAKE GEORGE RAWS       CO         1.00
 COBO57    NEDERLAND 6E           CO         1.00
 ROAC2     ROACH                  CO         1.00

Rainfall totals elsewhere were under one inch.

During the next 24 hours ending at 12z Friday, showers and
thunderstorms can be expected in and near the mountains, and from
eastern Montana into the Dakotas, Nebraska and Iowa. Basin average
rainfall should generally be under one inch.

No flooding has been reported within the Missouri Basin and none is
forecast to occur.

Forecasts issued today:
RVF Group                              Time Z
KSR     KANSAS                            14:28 Z
MOM     MISSOURI MAINSTEM                 14:35 Z
NPL     NORTH PLATTE                      14:46 Z
SPL     SOUTH PLATTE                      14:42 Z
UMO     UPPER MISSOURI                    14:35 Z
YEL     YELLOWSTONE                       14:31 Z



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