ABRFC Graphical Discussion - National Weather Service

Graphical Hydrometeorological Discussion
For Wednesday, August 27, 2014

LOW risk of river flooding through Thursday 12z.

Showers and thunderstorms brought rainfall to mainly western portions of the Arkansas-Red basin during the 24-hour period ending sunrise Wednesday. The most widespread rain fell west of a line from Wichita, KS to Lubbock, TX. Within this area, heavier rain of more than an inch fell in the Oklahoma panhandle. Significant rainfall of more than half an inch also fell in the upper reaches of the Arkansas River basin in central Colorado, mainly above 8000 feet of elevation.

The system responsible for the rainfall will move ever-so-slowly eastward across the basin through Saturday, bringing beneficial rainfall to the remainder of the basin this week. Only minor stream rises are expected at this time.

ABRFC River Flood Summary - Updated 08/27/2014 9:45PM 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: 207
Percentage(%) In Flood: 0.0 Percentage(%) In Flood and Forecasted in Flood: 0.0

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