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174 AGUS73 KKRF 201634 HMDKRF Daily Hydrologic Activities Discussion NWS Missouri Basin River Forecast Center Pleasant Hill MO Sunday April 20, 2014 Light precipitation was reported in the higher elevations of Colorado as well as across portions of northwest Kansas, eastern Nebraska, and northern Iowa during the 24-hour period ending 12Z this morning. Highest reports included: PKLC2 PICKLE GULCH RAWS CO 0.66 COBO34 NEDERLAND 1WNW CO 0.64 LELC2 LAKE ELDORA CO 0.60 ASIC2 ASPEN SPRINGS CO 0.52 HOOC2 HOOSIER PASS CO 0.50 Thunderstorm activity is possible in the lower third of the basin during the next 24-hours, however totals generally should be light. Day 2 QPF calls for light to moderate precipitation across central and southern Missouri. An increase in temperatures this weekend is resulting in some mountain snow melt. No flooding is occurring, and none is forecast during the next couple of days. ................................................. Forecasts issued today: RVF Group Time Z ------------------------------------------------- JAM JAMES/VERMILLION 01:33 Z JAM JAMES/VERMILLION 13:40 Z KSR KANSAS 13:56 Z MOM MISSOURI MAINSTEM 14:12 Z SPL SOUTH PLATTE 13:58 Z SPL SOUTH PLATTE 14:02 Z UMO UPPER MISSOURI 01:06 Z UMO UPPER MISSOURI 16:13 Z YEL YELLOWSTONE 14:41 Z MBRFC/ $$