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

1610 CDT WEDNESDAY MAY 01 2019

DATA CURRENT AS OF: MAY 01 2019

MISSOURI/YELLOWSTONE/PLATTE RIVER BASIN FORECASTS


                                        50%   %   10%   90%   AVG
                                PERIOD (KAF) AVG (KAF) (KAF) (KAF)
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BOYSEN RESERVOIR INFLOW         MAY-SEP 745  75%  1169  559   996
SBDW4N
BIGHORN R AT KANE               MAY-SEP 1138 73%  1724  858   1569
LVEW4N
GREYBULL R NR MEETEETSE         MAY-SEP 137  60%  211   95    228
MEEW4N
BUFFALO BILL RESERVOIR INFLOW   MAY-SEP 718  109% 881   590   660
CDYW4N
ST MARY R NR BABB               MAY-SEP 323  80%  395   273   404
SMYM8N
ST MARY R AT INT BOUNDARY       MAY-SEP 378  81%  470   318   465
SMBM8N
MILK R NR CUTBANK               MAY-SEP 12   43%  47    6     28
PDBM8N
MILK R AT EASTERN CROSSING      MAY-SEP 50   99%  122   29    50
ERNM8N
NORTH PLATTE R NR NORTHGATE     MAY-SEP 278  98%  397   210   283
NGTC2
ENCAMPMENT R NR ENCAMPMENT      MAY-SEP 140  103% 167   115   137
ERCW4
ENCAMPMENT R NR ENCAMPMENT      MAY-SEP 147  102% 174   122   144
ECRW4N
ROCK CK NR ARLINGTON            MAY-SEP 64   131% 72    57    49
KCRW4
ROCK CK NR ARLINGTON            MAY-SEP 64   131% 72    57    49
KCRW4N
SEMINOE RESERVOIR INFLOW WY     MAY-SEP 855  112% 1097  666   765
SETW4
SEMINOE RESERVOIR INFLOW WY     MAY-SEP 1014 110% 1258  834   918
SETW4N
LARAMIE R NR WOODS              MAY-SEP 69   111% 112   48    62
WODW4
LARAMIE R NR WOODS              MAY-SEP 104  109% 147   83    96
WODW4N
LITTLE LARAMIE R NR FILMORE     MAY-SEP 54   109% 69    44    50
SMTW4
LITTLE LARAMIE R NR FILMORE     MAY-SEP 56   108% 71    46    52
SMTW4N
ANTERO RESERVOIR INFLOW         MAY-SEP 10   69%  14    8     15
ANRC2N
SPINNEY MOUNTAIN RES INFLOW     MAY-SEP 40   84%  59    27    47
SPYC2N
ELEVENMILE CANYON RES INFLOW    MAY-SEP 44   87%  63    30    51
EVNC2N
CHEESMAN LAKE INFLOW            MAY-SEP 76   79%  107   60    96
CHEC2N
SOUTH PLATTE R AT SOUTH PLATTE  MAY-SEP 153  91%  210   126   169
SPTC2N
BEAR CK AT MORRISON             MAY-SEP 14   84%  19    10    16
MRRC2N
CLEAR CK AT GOLDEN              MAY-SEP 91   79%  114   80    116
GLDC2N
ST VRAIN CK AT LYONS            MAY-SEP 65   74%  87    56    87
LNSC2N
BOULDER CK NR ORODELL           MAY-SEP 38   83%  54    36    46
OROC2N
S BOULDER CK NR ELDORADO SPR    MAY-SEP 18   50%  29    14    35
BELC2N
CACHE LA POUDRE AT CANYON MOUTH MAY-SEP 212  112% 284   182   189
FTDC2N
LIMA RESERVOIR INFLOW           MAY-SEP 49   97%  77    34    51
LRRM8N
CLARK CANYON RESERVOIR INFLOW   MAY-SEP 99   85%  162   77    117
CLKM8N
BEAVERHEAD R AT BARRETTS        MAY-SEP 127  89%  198   103   143
BARM8N
RUBY R RESERVOIR INFLOW         MAY-SEP 67   86%  85    53    78
ALRM8N
BIG HOLE R NR MELROSE           MAY-SEP 590  139% 805   505   425
MLRM8
BIG HOLE R NR MELROSE           MAY-SEP 645  135% 860   560   478
MLRM8N
HEBGEN RESERVOIR INFLOW         MAY-SEP 462  138% 537   406   335
HBDM8N
ENNIS RESERVOIR INFLOW          MAY-SEP 792  132% 915   683   599
ELMM8N
GALLATIN R NR GATEWAY           MAY-SEP 406  97%  517   332   418
GLGM8
GALLATIN R NR GATEWAY           MAY-SEP 406  97%  517   332   418
GLGM8N
GALLATIN R AT LOGAN             MAY-SEP 419  108% 587   323   388
LOGM8
GALLATIN R AT LOGAN             MAY-SEP 558  107% 703   480   522
LOGM8N
MISSOURI R AT TOSTON            MAY-SEP 2646 125% 3214  284   2116
TOSM8N
MISSOURI R AT FORT BENTON       MAY-SEP 4067 123% 4991  557   3317
FBNM8N
MISSOURI R NR VIRGELLE          MAY-SEP 4478 121% 5662  951   3696
VRGM8N
MISSOURI R NR LANDUSKY          MAY-SEP 4690 119% 6298  144   3928
LDKM8N
MISSOURI R BLW FT PECK DAM      MAY-SEP 5322 127% 7153  669   4176
FPKM8N
GIBSON RESERVOIR INFLOW         MAY-SEP 400  129% 581   345   310
AGSM8N
MARIAS R NR SHELBY              MAY-SEP 250  77% 398    188   324
SHLM8N
MUSSELSHELL R AT HARLOWTON      MAY-SEP 93   105% 142   62    89
HLWM8N
YELLOWSTONE R AT YELLOWSTONE LK MAY-SEP 744  119% 825   635   625
YLOW4APR
YELLOWSTONE R AT YELLOWSTONE LK MAY-SEP 919  132% 1008  779   697
YLOW4N
YELLOWSTONE R AT CORWIN SPRINGS MAY-SEP 1696 116% 1956  508   1464
CORM8
YELLOWSTONE R AT CORWIN SPRINGS MAY-SEP 1976 122% 2225  749   1623
CORM8N
YELLOWSTONE R AT LIVINGSTON     MAY-SEP 1941 115% 2261  741   1680
LIVM8
YELLOWSTONE R AT LIVINGSTON     MAY-SEP 2277 121% 2589  43    1886
LIVM8N
YELLOWSTONE R AT BILLINGS       MAY-SEP 3682 127% 4522  167   2909
BILM8
YELLOWSTONE R AT BILLINGS       MAY-SEP 4635 122% 5453  109   3801
BILM8N
YELLOWSTONE R AT MILES CITY     MAY-SEP 7124 109% 8708  188   6537
MILM8N
YELLOWSTONE R AT SIDNEY         MAY-SEP 7360 108% 9299  397   6789
SIDM8N
BOULDER R AT BIG TIMBER         MAY-SEP 232  91%  287   193   254
BTMM8
BOULDER R AT BIG TIMBER         MAY-SEP 274  93%  328   234   295
BTMM8N
STILLWATER R NR ABSAROKEE       MAY-SEP 516  111% 637   439   463
SRAM8
STILLWATER R NR ABSAROKEE       MAY-SEP 569  109% 691   495   522
SRAM8N
CLARKS FK YELWSTONE R NR BELFRY MAY-SEP 592  126% 704   522   470
BFYM4
CLARKS FK YELWSTONE R NR BELFRY MAY-SEP 664  123% 776   595   539
BFYM4N
BIGHORN R NR ST XAVIER          MAY-SEP 1969 85%  2642  598   2309
STXM8N
LITTLE BIGHORN R NR HARDIN      MAY-SEP 108  126% 180   85    86
HRDM8N
TONGUE R NR DAYTON              MAY-SEP 64   83%  94    46    77
DAYW4N
TONGUE R NR DECKER              MAY-SEP 149  75%  268   108   199
DSLM8N
TONGUE R RESERVOIR INFLOW       MAY-SEP 151  75%  275   108   201
DKRM8N
POWDER R NR LOCATE              MAY-SEP 160  91%  380   111   175
MHDM8
POWDER R NR LOCATE              MAY-SEP 179  95%  490   127   189
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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