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Hazardous Weather Outlook

Hazardous Weather Outlook
National Weather Service Billings MT
321 PM MDT Sat May 30 2020

MTZ034-040-056-064>068-138-139-141-169>172-228-235-WYZ198-199-
312130-
Northern Stillwater-Northern Park-Red Lodge Foothills-
Paradise Valley-Livingston Area-Beartooth Foothills-
Absaroka/Beartooth Mountains-Crazy Mountains-Southern Big Horn-
Southeastern Carbon-Northern Sweet Grass-Bighorn Canyon-
Northern Carbon-Pryor/Northern Bighorn Mountains-
Melville Foothills-Southern Wheatland-Southwestern Yellowstone-
Northeast Bighorn Mountains-Sheridan Foothills-
321 PM MDT Sat May 30 2020

This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for portions of central
Montana...south central Montana and north central Wyoming.

* WHAT...Isolated strong thunderstorms with heavy rainfall.

* WHERE...Mainly near the mountains and foothills.

* WHEN...This afternoon and evening.

* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Storms could produce locally heavy rain and
  strong wind gusts along with small hail. Stay alert if you have
  outdoor plans today.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

Monitor the sky and find safe shelter if threatening weather
approaches.

&&

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Hydrologic Outlook

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Billings MT
1015 AM MDT Fri May 29 2020

...Rising river and stream levels this weekend into next week...

Well above normal temperatures are expected into early next week
resulting in continued melting of the existing snow pack (above 8000
feet) in the mountains this weekend into early next week. The snow
melt will cause increased flows along rivers and streams emerging
from the mountains. This includes the Yellowstone, Clarks Fork of
the Yellowstone, Shields, Boulder, Stillwater, Little Bighorn and
Tongue Rivers, as well as numerous other smaller streams.

Afternoon temperatures at 8000 feet will reach the 60s and 70s, and
overnight temperatures will stay above freezing through much of the
night. Flooding resulting in significant impacts is not expected at
this time, but many rivers will reach the highest levels we have
seen this spring this weekend into early next week.

Recreationists near the foothills should be prepared for changing
conditions and use extra caution when in and near the water. Flows
will be fast, and the water is cold. Those with interests near
waterways should move equipment and livestock away from low lying
areas.

The latest stages and forecasts for rivers and streams can be found
at our web page: http://water.weather.gov

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