Extended Streamflow Prediction
Issued by NWS Missouri Basin, Pleasant Hill

Home | Current Version | Previous Version | Text Only | Print | Product List | Glossary On
Versions: 1 2 3 4 5 6
000
FGUS63 KKRF 041447
ESPKRF

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

 0845 CST MONDAY MARCH 04 2019

 DATA CURRENT AS OF: MARCH 01 2019

 MISSOURI/YELLOWSTONE/PLATTE RIVER BASIN FORECASTS


                                        50%   %   10%   90%   AVG
                                PERIOD (KAF) AVG (KAF) (KAF) (KAF)
------------------------------------------------------------------
BOYSEN RESERVOIR INFLOW         APR-SEP 766  73%  1289  485   1047
SBDW4N
BIGHORN R AT KANE               APR-SEP 1207 74%  1951  760   1633
LVEW4N
GREYBULL R NR MEETEETSE         APR-SEP 145  62%  253   83    235
MEEW4N
BUFFALO BILL RESERVOIR INFLOW   APR-SEP 604  89%  818   484   679
CDYW4N
ST MARY R NR BABB               APR-SEP 356  85%  421   296   418
SMYM8N
ST MARY R AT INT BOUNDARY       APR-SEP 428  88%  516   351   485
SMBM8N
MILK R NR CUTBANK               APR-SEP 26   68%  60    14    39
PDBM8N
MILK R AT EASTERN CROSSING      APR-SEP 51   73%  129   27    70
ERNM8N
NORTH PLATTE R NR NORTHGATE     APR-SEP 313  102% 514   201   308
NGTC2
ENCAMPMENT R NR ENCAMPMENT      APR-SEP 124  84%  177   86    147
ERCW4
ENCAMPMENT R NR ENCAMPMENT      APR-SEP 132  85%  186   94    156
ECRW4N
ROCK CK NR ARLINGTON            APR-SEP 50   101% 63    38    50
KCRW4
ROCK CK NR ARLINGTON            APR-SEP 51   101% 64    39    50
KCRW4N
SEMINOE RESERVOIR INFLOW WY     APR-SEP 725  88%  1158  476   826
SETW4
SEMINOE RESERVOIR INFLOW WY     APR-SEP 877  89%  1309  617   981
SETW4N
LARAMIE R NR WOODS              APR-SEP 50   69%  109   22    73
WODW4
LARAMIE R NR WOODS              APR-SEP 85   79%  145   55    108
WODW4N
LITTLE LARAMIE R NR FILMORE     APR-SEP 51   95%  78    38    54
SMTW4
LITTLE LARAMIE R NR FILMORE     APR-SEP 53   95%  80    40    56
SMTW4N
ANTERO RESERVOIR INFLOW         APR-SEP 15   92%  23    10    16
ANRC2N
SPINNEY MOUNTAIN RES INFLOW     APR-SEP 53   103% 90    33    51
SPYC2N
ELEVENMILE CANYON RES INFLOW    APR-SEP 59   104% 97    37    56
EVNC2N
CHEESMAN LAKE INFLOW            APR-SEP 96   91%  174   67    105
CHEC2N
SOUTH PLATTE R AT SOUTH PLATTE  APR-SEP 181  96%  305   129   188
SPTC2N
BEAR CK AT MORRISON             APR-SEP 14   78%  34    8     18
MRRC2N
CLEAR CK AT GOLDEN              APR-SEP 92   75%  142   70    124
GLDC2N
ST VRAIN CK AT LYONS            APR-SEP 81   89%  124   63    91
LNSC2N
BOULDER CK NR ORODELL           APR-SEP 51   103% 74    40    50
OROC2N
S BOULDER CK NR ELDORADO SPR    APR-SEP 26   70%  43    15    38
BELC2N
CACHE LA POUDRE AT CANYON MOUTH APR-SEP 186  93%  323   123   201
FTDC2N
LIMA RESERVOIR INFLOW           APR-SEP 65   109% 100   38    60
LRRM8N
CLARK CANYON RESERVOIR INFLOW   APR-SEP 143  105% 224   106   137
CLKM8N
BEAVERHEAD R AT BARRETTS        APR-SEP 167  98%  252   128   170
BARM8N
RUBY R RESERVOIR INFLOW         APR-SEP 86   100% 108   64    86
ALRM8N
BIG HOLE R NR MELROSE           APR-SEP 519  103% 779   384   504
MLRM8
BIG HOLE R NR MELROSE           APR-SEP 577  103% 836   440   561
MLRM8N
HEBGEN RESERVOIR INFLOW         APR-SEP 488  124% 561   418   393
HBDM8N
ENNIS RESERVOIR INFLOW          APR-SEP 856  122% 998   719   699
ELMM8N
GALLATIN R NR GATEWAY           APR-SEP 346  75%  439   277   460
GLGM8
GALLATIN R NR GATEWAY           APR-SEP 346  75%  439   277   460
GLGM8N
GALLATIN R AT LOGAN             APR-SEP 326  72%  483   236   454
LOGM8
GALLATIN R AT LOGAN             APR-SEP 466  81%  604   369   575
LOGM8N
MISSOURI R AT TOSTON            APR-SEP 2469 97%  3362  102   2556
TOSM8N
MISSOURI R AT FORT BENTON       APR-SEP 3857 100% 5427  161   3866
FBNM8N
MISSOURI R NR VIRGELLE          APR-SEP 4501 104% 6189  566   4348
VRGM8N
MISSOURI R NR LANDUSKY          APR-SEP 4912 108% 6659  810   4534
LDKM8N
MISSOURI R BLW FT PECK DAM      APR-SEP 5220 108% 6999  60    4817
FPKM8N
GIBSON RESERVOIR INFLOW         APR-SEP 287  82%  449   218   350
AGSM8N
MARIAS R NR SHELBY              APR-SEP 311  73%  512   236   428
SHLM8N
MUSSELSHELL R AT HARLOWTON      APR-SEP 81   74%  145   53    110
HLWM8N
YELLOWSTONE R AT YELLOWSTONE LK APR-SEP 746  114% 914   633   657
YLOW4APR
YELLOWSTONE R AT YELLOWSTONE LK APR-SEP 932  113% 1119  800   824
YLOW4N
YELLOWSTONE R AT CORWIN SPRINGS APR-SEP 1730 103% 2089  475   1673
CORM8
YELLOWSTONE R AT CORWIN SPRINGS APR-SEP 2037 107% 2394  729   1912
CORM8N
YELLOWSTONE R AT LIVINGSTON     APR-SEP 2038 106% 2453  730   1913
LIVM8
YELLOWSTONE R AT LIVINGSTON     APR-SEP 2403 109% 2828  32    2208
LIVM8N
YELLOWSTONE R AT BILLINGS       APR-SEP 3459 105% 4244  808   3303
BILM8
YELLOWSTONE R AT BILLINGS       APR-SEP 4485 104% 5202  766   4314
BILM8N
YELLOWSTONE R AT MILES CITY     APR-SEP 6825 96%  8736  610   7110
MILM8N
YELLOWSTONE R AT SIDNEY         APR-SEP 7189 98%  9123  889   7332
SIDM8N
BOULDER R AT BIG TIMBER         APR-SEP 257  94%  306   198   273
BTMM8
BOULDER R AT BIG TIMBER         APR-SEP 299  95%  347   238   314
BTMM8N
STILLWATER R NR ABSAROKEE       APR-SEP 459  93%  548   388   495
SRAM8
STILLWATER R NR ABSAROKEE       APR-SEP 518  94%  606   447   552
SRAM8N
CLARKS FK YELWSTONE R NR BELFRY APR-SEP 477  97%  600   387   490
BFYM4
CLARKS FK YELWSTONE R NR BELFRY APR-SEP 548  97%  669   461   563
BFYM4N
BIGHORN R NR ST XAVIER          APR-SEP 1947 82%  2872  400   2383
STXM8N
LITTLE BIGHORN R NR HARDIN      APR-SEP 116  112% 166   72    104
HRDM8N
TONGUE R NR DAYTON              APR-SEP 81   99%  109   55    82
DAYW4N
TONGUE R NR DECKER              APR-SEP 184  84%  278   123   220
DSLM8N
TONGUE R RESERVOIR INFLOW       APR-SEP 186  84%  288   124   222
DKRM8N
POWDER R NR LOCATE              APR-SEP 188  95%  349   112   198
MHDM8
POWDER R NR LOCATE              APR-SEP 212  97%  424   122   219
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





USA.gov is the U.S. government's official web portal to all federal, state and local government web resources and services.