Flood Potential Outlook
Issued by NWS Riverton, WY

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HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RIVERTON, WY
1030 AM MDT FRI JUN 6 2014

...SIGNIFICANT RENEWED RISES ALONG THE NORTH AND SOUTH FORKS
OF THE SHOSHONE RIVER AND THE WIND RIVER WEDNESDAY THROUGH
FRIDAY OF NEXT WEEK...

WARM AFTERNOON MOUNTAIN TEMPERATURES BELOW THE 10000 FOOT
ELEVATION ARE EXPECTED MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY OF NEXT WEEK.
MILD AND WINDY CONDITIONS ARE ALSO EXPECTED TUESDAY AND THURSDAY
MORNINGS IN THE MOUNTAINS.  THESE CONDITIONS WILL MELT THE
REMAINING SNOWPACK BELOW 10000 FEET BY THE END OF NEXT WEEK.
THE UPPER WIND AND SHOSHONE BASINS ARE THE ONLY BASINS LEFT THAT HAVE
ANY SUBSTANTIAL SNOWPACK AT 9500 TO 10000 FOOT ELEVATION TO CAUSE ANY
SUBSTANTIAL SNOWMELT RUNOFF.

THE EXCESS SNOWMELT RUNOFF WILL CAUSE ADDITIONAL SIGNIFICANT RENEWED
RISES ALONG THE SOUTH AND NORTH FORKS OF THE SHOSHONE RIVER AND THE WIND
RIVER WEDNESDAY THROUGH FRIDAY.  THE RIVERS SHOULD CREST FOR THE LAST TIME
OF THE SPRING SNOWMELT SEASON BY THE END OF NEXT WEEK.

EXPECT MINOR FLOODING ALONG THE UPPER WIND RIVER THURSDAY THORUGH FRIDAY.
MINOR FLOODING IS ALSO EXPECTED ALONG THE SOUTH FORK OF THE SHOSHONE DOWNSTREAM
OF VALLEY THURSDAY THROUGH FRIDAY.

MOUNTAIN STREAMS AND CREEKS WILL BE FLOWING AT HIGH LEVELS NEXT
WEEK.  DO NOT ATTEMPT TO CROSS STREAMS AND CREEKS DURING THE LATE
AFTERNOON AND EARLY EVENING HOURS. CREEKS AND STREAMS WILL BE AT THEIR
HIGHEST AT THOSE TIMES.

VISIT WEATHER.GOV/RIVERTON AND SELECT THE RIVERS & LAKES TABFOR
GRAPHICAL FORECASTS AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.

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