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COC081-103-107-UTC009-047-072000-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Grand Junction CO
352 PM MDT Tue Jun 2 2020

...Rivers and Streams in the Yampa, Green, White, and Duchesne
Basins Will Increase to a Second Peak This Week into the Weekend
due to Snowmelt, Rainfall and Reservoir Releases...

Flows in area rivers, streams, and creeks will continue to run at
elevated levels as the recent snowmelt and reservoir releases
work downstream. Significant flooding is NOT forecast at this
time as many waterways peak this week into the weekend. Rainfall
is forecast Friday into Saturday. Rivers, streams and creeks could
react quickly and run at bankfull conditions causing localized
lowland flooding due to the extra water.

Anyone planning to recreate on area waterways should maintain
awareness and use an abundance of caution in or near the water.

Areas that will need to be watched closely include: The Green
River, Yampa River, Elk River, Duchesne River and other small
streams in Northeastern Utah and Northwestern Colorado.

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