ABRFC Graphical Discussion - National Weather Service

Graphical Hydrometeorological Discussion
For Wednesday, May 4, 2016

LOW risk of river flooding through Thursday 12z.

Scattered showers moved south across the Texas Panhandle and western Oklahoma during the daylight hours yesterday. These showers produced up to one quarter of an inch of rainfall and had little impact on affected streams.

The next 24 hours are forecast to be dry over the entire basin, For the Thursday morning through Saturday morning period, much of the basin will remain rain-free with the only precipitation forecast across the Sangre de Cristo mountains in Colorado and New Mexico. Amounts are expected to be less than one quarter of an inch.

Although there is no flooding occurring or expected at any river forecast locations within the basin, most rivers and streams are experiencing normal to above normal flows based on recent heavy rainfall.

ABRFC River Flood Summary - Updated 05/05/2016 7:15AM Central Daylight Time
Number in Flood Number in Flood and Forecasted to Reach Flood
Minor
0
Moderate
0
Major
0
Total
0
Minor
0
Moderate
0
Major
0
Total
0
Total Number of Forecast Points: 210
Percentage(%) In Flood: 0.0 Percentage(%) In Flood and Forecasted in Flood: 0.0

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