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FOUS63 KMSR 190146
FFGBIS

COUNTY FLASH FLOOD GUIDANCE
NWS NORTH CENTRAL RIVER FORECAST CENTER TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
745 PM CST THU DEC 18 2014

BISMARCK HYDROLOGIC SERVICE AREA

AVERAGE INCHES OF RAINFALL FOR GIVEN DURATIONS REQUIRED TO INITIATE
FLASH FLOODING ON SMALL STREAMS.  GENERAL FLASH FLOOD GUIDANCE FOR
STEEP TERRAIN AND URBAN AREAS ARE ONE TO TWO INCHES OR MORE IN ONE
TO TWO HOURS OR LESS RESPECTIVELY.

.B MSR 141219 Z DH12/DC1412190145 /DUE/PPHCF/PPTCF/PPQCF
:
:IDENT    1HR   3HR   6HR  COUNTY NAME
:======= ====  ====  ====  ====================
:
:      *** NORTH DAKOTA COUNTIES ***
:
NDC009    1.5/  1.8/  2.1 :BOTTINEAU
NDC013    1.4/  1.7/  2.0 :BURKE
NDC049    1.8/  2.1/  2.5 :MCHENRY
NDC069    1.7/  2.0/  2.4 :PIERCE
NDC075    1.4/  1.6/  1.9 :RENVILLE
NDC079    1.8/  2.2/  2.6 :ROLETTE
NDC101    1.4/  1.7/  2.0 :WARD
.END
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