Extended Streamflow Prediction
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 WATER SUPPLY FORECAST
 NWS MISSOURI BASIN RIVER FORECAST CENTER
 PLEASANT HILL MISSOURI

 1245 CDT MONDAY JUNE 03 2019

 DATA CURRENT AS OF: JUNE 02 2019

 MISSOURI/YELLOWSTONE/PLATTE RIVER BASIN FORECASTS



                                        50%   %   10%   90%   AVG
                                PERIOD (KAF) AVG (KAF) (KAF) (KAF)
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BOYSEN RESERVOIR INFLOW         JUN-SEP 868  118% 1074  777   733
SBDW4N
BIGHORN R AT KANE               JUN-SEP 1413 124% 1701  1281  1137
LVEW4N
GREYBULL R NR MEETEETSE         JUN-SEP 238  124% 295   201   192
MEEW4N
BUFFALO BILL RESERVOIR INFLOW   JUN-SEP 643  128% 765   568   503
CDYW4N
ST MARY R NR BABB               JUN-SEP 234  84%  278   206   278
SMYM8N
ST MARY R AT INT BOUNDARY       JUN-SEP 279  88%  339   246   318
SMBM8N
MILK R NR CUTBANK               JUN-SEP 12   61%  34    8     19
PDBM8N
MILK R AT EASTERN CROSSING      JUN-SEP 34   98%  100   26    34
ERNM8N
NORTH PLATTE R NR NORTHGATE     JUN-SEP 312  164% 369   288   190
NGTC2
ENCAMPMENT R NR ENCAMPMENT      JUN-SEP 158  165% 170   150   95
ERCW4
ENCAMPMENT R NR ENCAMPMENT      JUN-SEP 163  162% 175   155   101
ECRW4N
ROCK CK NR ARLINGTON            JUN-SEP 62   183% 68    60    34
KCRW4
ROCK CK NR ARLINGTON            JUN-SEP 63   183% 68    60    34
KCRW4N
SEMINOE RESERVOIR INFLOW WY     JUN-SEP 856  179% 962   808   477
SETW4
SEMINOE RESERVOIR INFLOW WY     JUN-SEP 985  171% 1086  939   576
SETW4N
LARAMIE R NR WOODS              JUN-SEP 111  377% 129   101   30
WODW4
LARAMIE R NR WOODS              JUN-SEP 136  251% 153   125   54
WODW4N
LITTLE LARAMIE R NR FILMORE     JUN-SEP 54   173% 63    50    31
SMTW4
LITTLE LARAMIE R NR FILMORE     JUN-SEP 56   169% 65    52    33
SMTW4N
ANTERO RESERVOIR INFLOW         JUN-SEP 14   132% 18    13    11
ANRC2N
SPINNEY MOUNTAIN RES INFLOW     JUN-SEP 78   208% 102   67    38
SPYC2N
ELEVENMILE CANYON RES INFLOW    JUN-SEP 81   196% 107   70    41
EVNC2N
CHEESMAN LAKE INFLOW            JUN-SEP 142  195% 179   124   73
CHEC2N
SOUTH PLATTE R AT SOUTH PLATTE  JUN-SEP 248  190% 296   223   130
SPTC2N
BEAR CK AT MORRISON             JUN-SEP 17   143% 20    15    12
MRRC2N
CLEAR CK AT GOLDEN              JUN-SEP 108  121% 120   101   89
GLDC2N
ST VRAIN CK AT LYONS            JUN-SEP 88   137% 105   80    65
LNSC2N
BOULDER CK NR ORODELL           JUN-SEP 42   133% 49    39    32
OROC2N
S BOULDER CK NR ELDORADO SPR    JUN-SEP 21   90%  26    18    23
BELC2N
CACHE LA POUDRE AT CANYON MOUTH JUN-SEP 197  136% 215   182   145
FTDC2N
LIMA RESERVOIR INFLOW           JUN-SEP 25   86%  36    19    29
LRRM8N
CLARK CANYON RESERVOIR INFLOW   JUN-SEP 52   69%  79    41    75
CLKM8N
BEAVERHEAD R AT BARRETTS        JUN-SEP 70   75%  101   58    94
BARM8N
RUBY R RESERVOIR INFLOW         JUN-SEP 40   77%  53    31    51
ALRM8N
BIG HOLE R NR MELROSE           JUN-SEP 339  130% 410   276   260
MLRM8
BIG HOLE R NR MELROSE           JUN-SEP 376  126% 448   312   299
MLRM8N
HEBGEN RESERVOIR INFLOW         JUN-SEP 344  155% 364   314   222
HBDM8N
ENNIS RESERVOIR INFLOW          JUN-SEP 615  160% 671   551   385
ELMM8N
GALLATIN R NR GATEWAY           JUN-SEP 293  105% 390   242   278
GLGM8
GALLATIN R NR GATEWAY           JUN-SEP 293  105% 389   241   278
GLGM8N
GALLATIN R AT LOGAN             JUN-SEP 288  111% 424   207   261
LOGM8
GALLATIN R AT LOGAN             JUN-SEP 393  110% 517   322   359
LOGM8N
MISSOURI R AT TOSTON            JUN-SEP 1831 132% 2226  1557  1390
TOSM8N
MISSOURI R AT FORT BENTON       JUN-SEP 2898 140% 3354  2560  2069
FBNM8N
MISSOURI R NR VIRGELLE          JUN-SEP 3376 141% 4010  3007  2394
VRGM8N
MISSOURI R NR LANDUSKY          JUN-SEP 3551 140% 4201  3174  2533
LDKM8N
MISSOURI R BLW FT PECK DAM      JUN-SEP 4133 152% 4889  3731  2721
FPKM8N
GIBSON RESERVOIR INFLOW         JUN-SEP 296  171% 355   268   173
AGSM8N
MARIAS R NR SHELBY              JUN-SEP 309  166% 388   289   187
SHLM8N
MUSSELSHELL R AT HARLOWTON      JUN-SEP 121  222% 160   94    55
HLWM8N
YELLOWSTONE R AT YELLOWSTONE LK JUN-SEP 763  154% 852   711   497
YLOW4APR
YELLOWSTONE R AT YELLOWSTONE LK JUN-SEP 692  202% 794   628   342
YLOW4N
YELLOWSTONE R AT CORWIN SPRINGS JUN-SEP 1435 153% 1631  1308  936
CORM8
YELLOWSTONE R AT CORWIN SPRINGS JUN-SEP 1462 162% 1671  1319  902
CORM8N
YELLOWSTONE R AT LIVINGSTON     JUN-SEP 1599 148% 1833  1447  1078
LIVM8
YELLOWSTONE R AT LIVINGSTON     JUN-SEP 1685 151% 1927  1520  1113
LIVM8N
YELLOWSTONE R AT BILLINGS       JUN-SEP 3603 182% 4058  3218  1983
BILM8
YELLOWSTONE R AT BILLINGS       JUN-SEP 3771 151% 4254  3379  2502
BILM8N
YELLOWSTONE R AT MILES CITY     JUN-SEP 6506 143% 7432  5907  4545
MILM8N
YELLOWSTONE R AT SIDNEY         JUN-SEP 6944 146% 7955  6332  4763
SIDM8N
BOULDER R AT BIG TIMBER         JUN-SEP 217  115% 262   190   188
BTMM8
BOULDER R AT BIG TIMBER         JUN-SEP 248  109% 291   222   227
BTMM8N
STILLWATER R NR ABSAROKEE       JUN-SEP 499  139% 569   429   358
SRAM8
STILLWATER R NR ABSAROKEE       JUN-SEP 547  133% 619   478   410
SRAM8N
CLARKS FK YELWSTONE R NR BELFRY JUN-SEP 496  150% 556   429   331
BFYM4
CLARKS FK YELWSTONE R NR BELFRY JUN-SEP 559  141% 621   496   396
BFYM4N
BIGHORN R NR ST XAVIER          JUN-SEP 2185 126% 2598  2016  1736
STXM8N
LITTLE BIGHORN R NR HARDIN      JUN-SEP 89   156% 105   84    57
HRDM8N
TONGUE R NR DAYTON              JUN-SEP 73   152% 86    61    48
DAYW4N
TONGUE R NR DECKER              JUN-SEP 214  178% 239   191   120
DSLM8N
TONGUE R RESERVOIR INFLOW       JUN-SEP 215  178% 239   192   121
DKRM8N
POWDER R NR LOCATE              JUN-SEP 222  208% 269   202   107
MHDM8
POWDER R NR LOCATE              JUN-SEP 265  206% 329   245   128
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

FOR MORE INFORMATION  PLEASE VISIT:  WWW.WEATHER.GOV/MBRFC/WATER





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