Extended Streamflow Prediction
Issued by NWS Missouri Basin, Pleasant Hill

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WATER SUPPLY FORECAST
NWS MISSOURI BASIN RIVER FORECAST CENTER
PLEASANT HILL MISSOURI

1100 CST WEDNESDAY JANUARY 02 2019

DATA CURRENT AS OF: JANUARY 01 2019

MISSOURI/YELLOWSTONE/PLATTE RIVER BASIN FORECASTS

                                        50%   %   10%   90%   AVG
FORECAST POINT                  PERIOD (KAF) AVG (KAF) (KAF) (KAF)
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BOYSEN RESERVOIR INFLOW         APR-SEP 711  68%  1247  430   1047
SBDW4N
BIGHORN R AT KANE               APR-SEP 1096 67%  1931  734   1633
LVEW4N
GREYBULL R NR MEETEETSE         APR-SEP 151  64%  240   72    235
MEEW4N
BUFFALO BILL RESERVOIR INFLOW   APR-SEP 569  84%  760   399   679
CDYW4N
ST MARY R NR BABB               APR-SEP 333  80%  454   282   418
SMYM8N
ST MARY R AT INT BOUNDARY       APR-SEP 389  80%  540   331   485
SMBM8N
MILK R NR CUTBANK               APR-SEP 24   60%  58    10    40
PDBM8N
MILK R AT EASTERN CROSSING      APR-SEP 43   62%  106   18    70
ERNM8N
NORTH PLATTE R NR NORTHGATE     APR-SEP 210  62%  356   88    340
NGTC2
ENCAMPMENT R NR ENCAMPMENT      APR-SEP 99   64%  151   47    154
ERCW4
ENCAMPMENT R NR ENCAMPMENT      APR-SEP 107  66%  160   56    163
ECRW4N
ROCK CK NR ARLINGTON            APR-SEP 42   82%  58    29    51
KCRW4
ROCK CK NR ARLINGTON            APR-SEP 42   83%  58    29    51
KCRW4N
SEMINOE RESERVOIR INFLOW WY     APR-SEP 583  62%  928   263   938
SETW4
SEMINOE RESERVOIR INFLOW WY     APR-SEP 726  66%  1082  394   1103
SETW4N
LARAMIE R NR WOODS              APR-SEP 35   45%  89    11    79
WODW4
LARAMIE R NR WOODS              APR-SEP 70   62%  124   36    114
WODW4N
LITTLE LARAMIE R NR FILMORE     APR-SEP 46   94%  71    28    49
SMTW4
LITTLE LARAMIE R NR FILMORE     APR-SEP 49   94%  73    30    52
SMTW4N
ANTERO RESERVOIR INFLOW         APR-SEP 14   78%  21    9     17
ANRC2N
SPINNEY MOUNTAIN RES INFLOW     APR-SEP 40   75%  73    27    53
SPYC2N
ELEVENMILE CANYON RES INFLOW    APR-SEP 43   74%  83    29    58
EVNC2N
CHEESMAN LAKE INFLOW            APR-SEP 85   77%  166   52    110
CHEC2N
SOUTH PLATTE R AT SOUTH PLATTE  APR-SEP 158  81%  294   103   197
SPTC2N
BEAR CK AT MORRISON             APR-SEP 12   49%  41    7     24
MRRC2N
CLEAR CK AT GOLDEN              APR-SEP 97   77%  156   64    125
GLDC2N
ST VRAIN CK AT LYONS            APR-SEP 85   89%  113   56    96
LNSC2N
BOULDER CK NR ORODELL           APR-SEP 46   91%  69    37    51
OROC2N
S BOULDER CK NR ELDORADO SPR    APR-SEP 25   68%  45    15    37
BELC2N
CACHE LA POUDRE AT CANYON MOUTH APR-SEP 181  86%  313   103   212
FTDC2N
LIMA RESERVOIR INFLOW           APR-SEP 36   61%  68    22    60
LRRM8N
CLARK CANYON RESERVOIR INFLOW   APR-SEP 108  78%  158   69    137
CLKM8N
BEAVERHEAD R AT BARRETTS        APR-SEP 130  76%  181   90    170
BARM8N
RUBY R RESERVOIR INFLOW         APR-SEP 74   86%  95    53    87
ALRM8N
BIG HOLE R NR MELROSE           APR-SEP 399  79%  567   244   506
MLRM8
BIG HOLE R NR MELROSE           APR-SEP 456  81%  622   300   563
MLRM8N
HEBGEN RESERVOIR INFLOW         APR-SEP 380  97%  486   291   393
HBDM8N
ENNIS RESERVOIR INFLOW          APR-SEP 680  97%  806   507   700
ELMM8N
GALLATIN R NR GATEWAY           APR-SEP 301  65%  391   196   460
GLGM8
GALLATIN R NR GATEWAY           APR-SEP 301  65%  391   196   460
GLGM8N
GALLATIN R AT LOGAN             APR-SEP 273  60%  416   158   455
LOGM8
GALLATIN R AT LOGAN             APR-SEP 407  71%  538   271   575
LOGM8N
MISSOURI R AT TOSTON            APR-SEP 2051 80%  2669  432   2561
TOSM8N
MISSOURI R AT FORT BENTON       APR-SEP 3094 80%  4083  258   3866
FBNM8N
MISSOURI R NR VIRGELLE          APR-SEP 3576 82%  4791  657   4350
VRGM8N
MISSOURI R NR LANDUSKY          APR-SEP 3770 83%  5158  768   4535
LDKM8N
MISSOURI R BLW FT PECK DAM      APR-SEP 4050 84%  5463  937   4817
FPKM8N
GIBSON RESERVOIR INFLOW         APR-SEP 246  70%  447   169   351
AGSM8N
MARIAS R NR SHELBY              APR-SEP 306  71%  595   214   428
SHLM8N
MUSSELSHELL R AT HARLOWTON      APR-SEP 89   81%  142   56    110
HLWM8N
YELLOWSTONE R AT YELLOWSTONE LK APR-SEP 510  78%  661   346   657
YLOW4APR
YELLOWSTONE R AT YELLOWSTONE LK APR-SEP 718  87%  926   499   824
YLOW4N
YELLOWSTONE R AT CORWIN SPRINGS APR-SEP 1367 82%  1685  966   1673
CORM8
YELLOWSTONE R AT CORWIN SPRINGS APR-SEP 1660 87%  2055  173   1912
CORM8N
YELLOWSTONE R AT LIVINGSTON     APR-SEP 1629 85%  1984  196   1913
LIVM8
YELLOWSTONE R AT LIVINGSTON     APR-SEP 1981 90%  2421  442   2209
LIVM8N
YELLOWSTONE R AT BILLINGS       APR-SEP 2717 82%  3397  955   3322
BILM8
YELLOWSTONE R AT BILLINGS       APR-SEP 3761 87%  4517  882   4330
BILM8N
YELLOWSTONE R AT MILES CITY     APR-SEP 5878 80%  7468  400   7334
MILM8N
YELLOWSTONE R AT SIDNEY         APR-SEP 6234 81%  7718  613   7676
SIDM8N
BOULDER R AT BIG TIMBER         APR-SEP 165  61%  216   115   273
BTMM8
BOULDER R AT BIG TIMBER         APR-SEP 264  84%  315   203   314
BTMM8N
STILLWATER R NR ABSAROKEE       APR-SEP 414  84%  493   307   496
SRAM8
STILLWATER R NR ABSAROKEE       APR-SEP 470  85%  549   363   552
SRAM8N
CLARKS FK YELWSTONE R NR BELFRY APR-SEP 380  78%  503   271   490
BFYM4
CLARKS FK YELWSTONE R NR BELFRY APR-SEP 450  80%  573   344   562
BFYM4N
BIGHORN R NR ST XAVIER          APR-SEP 1836 77%  2686  175   2382
STXM8N
LITTLE BIGHORN R NR HARDIN      APR-SEP 95   118% 138   71    80
HRDM8N
TONGUE R NR DAYTON              APR-SEP 85   104% 110   58    82
DAYW4N
TONGUE R NR DECKER              APR-SEP 193  87%  277   125   221
DSLM8N
TONGUE R RESERVOIR INFLOW       APR-SEP 194  87%  284   125   222
DKRM8N
POWDER R NR LOCATE              APR-SEP 171  79%  337   113   215
MHDM8
POWDER R NR LOCATE              APR-SEP 192  78%  425   124   247
LOCM8N

LOCATIONS WITH AN "N" SUFFIX INDICATE NATURAL FLOWS EXCLUDING
STREAM AUGMENTATIONS

KAF: THOUSANDS OF ACRE-FEET

%AVG: CURRENT 50%/AVG

AVG: AVERAGE (50%) SEASONAL RUNOFF VOLUME AS SIMULATED BY THE RIVER
FORECAST MODEL CONSIDERING A CONTINUOUS SIMULATION OF THE BASIN
RESPONSE TO HISTORIC CLIMATE DATA (OBSERVED PRECIPITATION AND
TEMPERATURES) OVER THE PERIOD OF 1981-2010

THE 50%  10%  AND 90% COLUMNS INDICATE THE PROBABILITY THAT THE
ACTUAL VOLUME WILL EXCEED THE FORECAST FOR THE VALID TIME PERIOD

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