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Daily Hydrologic Activities Discussion
NWS Missouri Basin River Forecast Center Pleasant Hill MO
Tuesday September  2, 2014

During the past 24 hours ending at 7:00 AM CDT Tuesday, showers
and thunderstorms were widespread over the central and southeast
portions of the Missouri River Basin.  Central and southern Missouri
received the heaviest precipitation, with some areas reporting in
excess of 4-5 inches of rain.  A smaller band brought light to
moderate showers into South Dakota, Nebraska and Kansas, extending
into Wyoming and southern Montana.  Elsewhere in the basin, light
and scattered - or no significant - precipitation was reported.
The table below lists locations that received 2.0 inches or more
of rain:

STATION
 ID        DESCRIPTION            STATE     09/02
 --------  ---------------------  -----     -----
 UMCM7     COLUMBIA               MO         5.47
 BONM7     BOONVILLE 4SSE         MO         4.30
 COU       COLUMBIA               MO         4.27
 OFNM7     OFALLON                MO         4.27
 HTTM7     HORTON 2S              MO         4.25
 OFLM7     OFALLON 2SSW           MO         4.23
 FMDM7     LAKE ST LOUIS 2SW      MO         4.03
 SET       ST CHARLES             MO         3.71
 FLMM7     FLEMINGTON 3E          MO         3.35
 FTSK1     FT SCOTT               KS         3.34
 SCHM7     ST CHARLES ELM POINT   MO         3.23
 NEVM7     NEVADA WATER PLANT     MO         3.20
 SPEM7     ST PETERS 2SSE         MO         3.17
 COTM7     COTTLEVILLE            MO         3.15
 HVSM7     HARVESTER              MO         2.65
 PITM7     PITTSBURG 4W           MO         2.60
 WKTM7     WAH KON TAH RAWS       MO         2.47
 LSX       WELDON SPRINGS         MO         2.39
 STL       ST LOUIS               MO         2.36
 PPF       PARSONS AIRPORT        KS         2.33
 STCM7     ST CHARLES 7SSW        MO         2.32
 WTNM7     WARRENTON 1N           MO         2.30
 SUS       ST LOUIS (SPIRIT AP)   MO         2.26
 GGCM7     VALLEY PARK            MO         2.16
 EDSM7     ELDORADO SPRINGS       MO         2.10
 VLLM7     VALLEY PARK            MO         2.10
 BFFM7     WINDYVILLE 4NW         MO         2.10
 RCCM7     RICHARDS, MARMATON R   MO         2.01
 MLRM7     MILLER 1E              MO         2.00
 NWFM7     NEW FRANKLIN 1W        MO         2.00
 TEKN1     TEKAMAH                NE         2.00


During the next 24 hours ending at 7:00 AM CDT Wednesday, showers
and thunderstorms are forecast to continue in southern Missouri and
eastern Kansas.  Isolated locations in Montana, the Dakotas, Iowa
and southeast Nebraska may see light precipitation during this
period.  All basin averages are expected to remain under 1.0 inch at
this time.

Flooding is continuing or forecast for the following locations:

* W Fork Big Blue River at Dorchester, NE
* Big Blue River at Crete, NE
* Milk River at Glasgow, MT
* Missouri River at Brownville, NE
* Petite Saline Creek near Boonville, MO


.................................................
Forecasts issued today:
RVF Group                              Time Z
-------------------------------------------------
BBL     BIG BLUE                          00:14 Z
BBL     BIG BLUE                          07:32 Z
BBL     BIG BLUE                          13:59 Z
BBL     BIG BLUE                          14:02 Z
GRA     GRAND/CHARITON                    00:37 Z
JAM     JAMES/VERMILLION                  00:59 Z
JAM     JAMES/VERMILLION                  13:51 Z
KSR     KANSAS                            14:25 Z
LSH     LOWER SMOKY HILL                  00:13 Z
LSH     LOWER SMOKY HILL                  12:29 Z
MIL     MILK                              01:07 Z
MIL     MILK                              14:59 Z
MOM     MISSOURI MAINSTEM                 01:13 Z
MOM     MISSOURI MAINSTEM                 14:19 Z
MTA     MISSOURI TRIBS ABOVE KANSAS CITY  00:26 Z
MTA     MISSOURI TRIBS ABOVE KANSAS CITY  07:38 Z
MTA     MISSOURI TRIBS ABOVE KANSAS CITY  12:47 Z
MTB     MISSOURI TRIBS BELOW KANSAS CITY  04:22 Z
MTB     MISSOURI TRIBS BELOW KANSAS CITY  13:33 Z
OSG     OSAGE                             00:26 Z
OSG     OSAGE                             14:30 Z
OSG     OSAGE                             14:31 Z
UMO     UPPER MISSOURI                    14:50 Z
USH     UPPER SMOKY HILL                  00:29 Z
YEL     YELLOWSTONE                       14:42 Z

MBRFC/

$$








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