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AGUS71 KTIR 211328
Ohio River Basin Hydrometeorological Discussion
Ohio River Forecast Center, Wilmington, Ohio
828 AM EST Saturday, January 21, 2017

Tonight, low pressure will exit the southern Rockies and develop
eastward across the southern plains. Initially, this will draw Gulf moisture
over the southern states, but later on Sunday, this will begin to lift north
into the Ohio Valley. The low will gradually move eastward and up into the
mid-Atlantic states Monday.

Later next week, the ridge that had been holding over the southeastern states
will break down and be replaced by a trof. This will result in cooler and
drier conditions through the end of January.

Minor flooding is forecast or occurring across much of the western basin.
Additional flooding is possible in portions of Indiana that haven`t yet reached
flood, but elsewhere flooding isn`t likely.

Rain affected mainly the northeastern half of the Ohio Valley. Basin average
amounts were generally 0.25 inch or less.

Rainfall is expected basinwide. Amounts will increase to the south. Basin
averages will range from 0.75 to 1.25 inches in southern and eastern Kentucky,
southern West Virginia, far western Virginia and middle Tennessee.

Points along the following river basins were in flood Saturday morning:
 River Basin     Forecast Point   Flood Stage Latest Stg Tendency *
Ohio River       Newburgh Lock &       38         41.1    Steady
Ohio River       Mount Vernon          35         37.0    Steady
Ohio River       J T Myers Dam         37         37.9    Rising
Ohio River       Shawneetown           33         35.6    Rising
Green River      Paradise             380        383.9    Steady
East Fork White  Edinburgh             11         12.1    Rising
East Fork White  Columbus              11         11.5    Falling
East Fork White  Shelbyville           13         13.3    Falling
White River      Anderson              10         10.2    Falling
White River      Centerton             12         12.0    Steady
White River      Spencer               14         15.3    Rising
Eel River        Bowling Green         15         16.9    Falling
White River      Edwardsport           15         18.0    Rising
White River      Petersburg            16         18.6    Rising
Eel River        North Manchester       9          9.4    Falling
Wabash River     West Lafayette        11         18.3    Falling
Wabash River     Covington             16         20.9    Rising
Wabash River     Montezuma             14         22.2    Steady
Wabash River     Terre Haute           14         18.2    Rising
Wabash River     Riverton              15         18.1    Rising
Embarras River   Lawrenceville         30         31.3    Steady
Wabash River     Mount Carmel          19         19.0    Rising
Little Wabash    Clay City             18         20.3    Steady
St. Marys River  Decatur               17         18.0    Falling
Tiffin River     Stryker               11         12.0    Steady

Forecast precipitation graphics are available on the OHRFC Website
at the following address:  http://weather.gov/ohrfc/ForecastPrecipitation

* Tendency based on observed value and a 1-day forecast.
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