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NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BISMARCK ND
107 PM CDT Mon Jun 18 2018

...INCREASED RELEASES OUT OF GARRISON DAM...

The United States Army Corps of Engineers has announced a
schedule for increased releases out of Garrison Dam. The Corps
raised releases out of Garrison Dam to 47,000 CFS this morning.
They are planning to raise releases to 50,000 CFS on Tuesday, and
to 52,000 CFS on Wednesday. This will raise water levels
downstream of Garrison Dam by nearly 1.25 feet in the Bismarck and
Mandan areas, resulting in a stage of around 12 feet. This
remains well below the defined flood stage of 14.5 feet. However,
the increased stage in the Missouri River will also raise
groundwater levels. Anyone on the flood plain should ensure their
sump pumps are functional.

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NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BILLINGS MT
1144 AM MDT Mon Jun 18 2018

Areas of showers and thunderstorms will continue today through
Tuesday. Very heavy rain is possible with any shower or
thunderstorm. This may result in rapid rises on area streams and
rivers. Those living along or near rivers and streams or have
equipment or livestock along water ways should prepare for the
possibility of rapidly rising water and pay close attention to the
latest forecasts. If encountering flooded roads, remember, Turn
Around Don`t Drown.


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Hooley

U.S. Dept. of Commerce
NOAA National Weather Service
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