Flood Potential Outlook
Issued by NWS Great Falls, MT

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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Great Falls MT
201 PM MDT Fri Apr 13 2018

...Increased lowland flooding threat through early next week...

The lowland flood threat will increase, or worsen, through early
next week as warmer temperatures promote rapid snowmelt and is
followed by an increased threat of rain early next week. This is
expected to increase the lowland flooding threat, and exacerbate
the ongoing lowland flooding issues, across north-central and
southwest Montana.

Several Areal Flood Advisories remain in effect for parts of
north-central Montana. If confidence increases in the potential of
flooding or if flooding becomes imminent or occurring, Flood
Watches, Advisories, or Warnings may become necessary. Regardless,
those living in flood-prone areas, especially in poor drainage
areas, are encouraged to prepare for new or additional flooding
through early next week.

If flooding is observed, please report it to local law
enforcement, and ask them to pass it on to The National Weather
Service in Great Falls.


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