ABRFC Graphical Discussion - National Weather Service

Graphical Hydrometeorological Discussion
For Tuesday, May 5, 2015

LOW risk of river flooding through Wednesday 12z.

The western half of the basin received some much needed rainfall. New Mexico, the panhandles of Texas and Oklahoma, Colorado and Western Kansas. The panhandles received anywhere from a quarter of an inch to 2+ inches. Kansas had gage/radar totals from 0.5" up to over 3". New Mexico, especially near and north of Clovis, had radar/gage totals in excess of 3" as well as most of the New Mexico portions of the ABRFC receiving at least a quarter of an inch. Colorado largest totals were from the Colorado Springs area. While some rivers experienced minor rises, soil conditions are relatively dry, runoff was not significant enough to produce flooding.

ABRFC River Flood Summary - Updated 05/05/2015 7:02PM 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: 209
Percentage(%) In Flood: 0.0 Percentage(%) In Flood and Forecasted in Flood: 0.0

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