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FGUS75 KLKN 280901
ESFLKN
NVZ034-038-039-291200-

HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ELKO NV
201 AM PDT WED MAY 28 2014

...VERY WARM SPRING TEMPERATURES HAVE CAUSED AN INCREASE IN THE
RATE OF SNOW MELT...

SMALL CREEKS AND STREAMS ORIGINATING IN THE RUBY MOUNTAINS ARE RUNNING
STRONG. LAMOILLE CREEK HAS BEEN PEAKING LATE IN THE EVENING AND WILL
PEAK ABOVE 4 FEET FOR THE NEXT SEVERAL NIGHTS. FLOODING ALONG
LAMOILLE CREEK AND VARIOUS DIVERSION CANALS IN THE LAMOILLE AREA
IS POSSIBLE THIS WEEK.

WATER TEMPERATURES ARE VERY COLD AND CAUTION IS ADVISED WHEN
RECREATING NEAR LAMOILLE CREEK OR ANY OF THE CREEKS AND STREAMS
THAT DRAIN OFF THE RUBY MOUNTAINS.

FLOODING ALONG MAIN CHANNELS SUCH AS THE HUMBOLDT RIVER AND THE
MARYS RIVER IS NOT EXPECTED.

$$

LW






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