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River Flow and Velocity Forecasts
NWS Ohio River Forecast Center, Wilmington, OH
9:38am EDT Sunday, April 20, 2014

Note: All forecasts include expected precipitation through the first 48 hours.

Flows are units of kCFS.  Velocity units are MPH.   * = HEC-RAS estimation

                               Apr 20       Apr 21       Apr 22       Apr 23
Forecast Point...            Flow  Vel    Flow  Vel    Flow  Vel    Flow  Vel

Allegheny River...
  C.W. Bill Young Lock and   25.5  1.1    23.0  1.0    22.1  1.0    20.0  0.9

Monongahela River...
  Braddock                    5.8  0.4     6.8  0.5     7.2  0.5     6.5  0.4

Beaver River...
  Beaver Falls                4.1  0.6     3.7  0.5     3.5  0.5     3.2  0.5

Ohio River...
  Dashields Lock and Dam     31.9  0.9    30.3  0.8    29.8  0.8    27.0  0.7
  Montgomery Lock and Dam    36.4  0.9    34.1  0.9    32.8  0.8    30.6  0.8
  Wheeling                   39.3  1.6    36.5  1.5    34.3  1.4    32.5  1.4
  Moundsville                39.9  1.0    36.9  0.9    34.8  0.8    33.0  0.8
  Willow Island Lock and Da  41.1  1.5    38.0  1.4    35.7  1.3    33.9  1.2
  Parkersburg                60.5  1.3    54.9  1.2    51.9  1.1    49.2  1.1
  Racine Lock and Dam        62.6  1.3    56.8  1.2    53.6  1.2    50.8  1.1
  R C Byrd Dam               77.4  1.4    68.7  1.3    64.8  1.2    61.6  1.2
  Huntington                 82.0  1.5    72.4  1.3    66.6  1.3    64.3  1.2
  Lloyd Greenup Dam          89.3  1.4    78.4  1.2    71.5  1.1    69.4  1.1
  Meldahl Dam               102.0  2.4    85.0  2.2    76.1  2.2    72.8  2.1
  Cincinnati                109.9  2.1    91.3  1.8    80.2  1.6    74.8  1.5
  Markland Dam              121.0  2.3   102.1  2.2    88.1  2.0    80.5  2.0
  McAlpine Upper            133.4  1.4   119.1  1.3    99.7  1.1    88.9  1.0
  McAlpine Lower            133.3  2.4   119.0  2.3    99.7  2.2    88.8  2.1
  Cannelton Dam             138.5  2.4   127.4  2.3   109.2  2.2    92.4  2.2
  Evansville                158.1  2.0   143.4  1.9   123.7  1.7   103.0  1.6
  J T Myers Dam             285.5  2.5   251.1  2.2   216.4  1.9   177.5  1.6
  Shawneetown               296.2  2.5   260.4  2.4   226.2  2.2   179.7  2.0
  Golconda                  327.0  2.2   286.5  1.9   250.9  1.7   211.9  1.4
  Smithland Lock and Dam    339.0  2.3   297.0  2.0   260.2  1.7   215.8  1.4

Muskingum River...
  McConnelsville             13.1  1.2    11.5  1.1    11.7  1.1    10.8  1.0

Kanawha River...
  Kanawha Falls               7.6  1.8     7.6  1.8     7.5  1.8     7.4  1.8

Big Sandy River...
  Fullers Station             3.5  1.1     3.3  1.0     3.2  1.0     3.0  1.0

Scioto River...
  Piketon                     5.9  2.3     4.8  2.1     3.8  1.8     3.7  1.8

Little Miami River...
  Milford                     0.7  0.7     0.7  0.6     0.6  0.7     0.6  0.8

Licking River...
  Catawba                     1.9  1.0     1.5  0.9     1.3  0.8     1.3  0.8

Kentucky River...
  Frankfort                   3.7  1.4     3.4  1.3     3.1  1.2     2.8  1.1

Green River...
  Spottsville                14.7  1.6    10.9  1.3     8.2  1.0     6.5  0.9

Wabash River...
  New Harmony                91.2  2.1    73.7  2.0    57.8  1.9    44.9  1.8
$$
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