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IDC035-049-262200-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Missoula MT
1142 AM MDT Wed Apr 25 2018 /1042 AM PDT Wed Apr 25 2018/

...Significant rises in creeks and rivers possible Sunday into
Monday....

Low elevation snowmelt from abnormally high temperatures Thursday
and Friday will continue to bring rises in creeks and rivers.

A widespread precipitation event with ample amounts of moisture is
scheduled to arrive late Saturday evening into Monday afternoon.
Rainfall amounts of 1 to 2 inches are expected over much of the
area.

Initially, snow levels will hover near 9000 feet, but will drop to
near 6000 feet by Monday morning, with snow expected in the higher
terrain by Sunday night.

The expected rainfall, combined with lower elevation snowmelt,
could cause some flooding problems, especially for smaller
creeks. Significant rises are also expected for many of the
rivers, including possible quick rises on the South Fork of the
Clearwater River. Rock slides and water running across roadways
may also occur.


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Hydrologic Outlook
MTC023-029-039-047-053-061-063-077-081-089-093-262215-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Missoula MT
1116 AM MDT Wed Apr 25 2018

...Significant rises in creeks and rivers possible Sunday into
Monday....

Low elevation snowmelt from abnormally high temperatures Thursday
and Friday will continue to bring rises in creeks and rivers.

A widespread precipitation event with ample amounts of moisture is
scheduled to arrive late Saturday evening into Monday afternoon.
Rainfall amounts of 1 to 2 inches are expected over much of the
area.

Initially, snow levels will hover near 9000 feet, but will drop
near 6000 feet by Monday morning, with snow expected in the higher
terrain by Sunday night.

The expected rainfall, combined with lower elevation snowmelt,
could cause some flooding problems, especially for smaller
creeks. Significant rises are also expected for many of the rivers
across western Montana.

In northwest Montana, the Yaak and Fisher rivers could exceed
flood stage by late Sunday night into Monday morning.


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Hydrologic Outlook
IAC005-043-WIC023-043-261700-


Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service La Crosse WI
1100 AM CDT Wed Apr 25 2018

...Flooding possible along The Mississippi River near McGregor,
Iowa...

Runoff from melting snow is expected to cause rises along the
Mississippi River into next week. The potential exists for
significant rises, which may cause flooding around McGregor, Iowa.

Mississippi River at McGregor...The stage this morning was 12.1
feet. Flood stage is 16.0 feet. The river is forecast to rise above
flood stage early next week with additional rises expected through
next week.

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Hydrologic Outlook
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101-260500-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Great Falls MT
752 AM MDT Wed Apr 25 2018

...Significant precipitation event possible Sunday into Monday....

Another spring storm is expected to affect much of North Central
and Southwest MT Sunday into Monday. Widespread precipitation
amounts of 1 to 2 inches are possible over much of North Central
and Southwest MT.

The airmass will be cold enough, that some of the precipitation
will fall in the form of snow, especially for elevations above
7000 feet.

The expected rainfall, combined with the warm temperatures Friday
and Saturday, could cause some flooding problems, especially for
small streams and creeks that flow out of the mountains.

Thus, those with livestock or irrigation equipment next to small
streams and creeks should be prepared to move those items to
higher ground should flooding develop.

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Hydrologic Outlook
IDZ001-004-WAZ037-038-042-043-252300-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Spokane WA
1100 AM PDT Tue Apr 24 2018

...WARM WEATHER THIS WEEK TO CAUSE RISES ON RIVERS...

Above average temperatures are expected through Saturday.
Mountain snowpack is currently about 150 percent of average. The
warm temperatures will produce an influx of snow runoff into our
rivers and streams. Rivers fed by runoff from British Columbia,
the Northern Washington Cascades and Southern Shoshone County will
likely experience the largest rises late this week and through
next week. The St Joe, Coeur d`Alene, Moyie, Kootenai, Kettle,
Okanogan, and Stehekin Rivers are rivers that are expected to make
significant rises.

Monitor current water levels and river forecasts on the web at:
http://water.weather.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=otx

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HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK
MTC067-261745-

HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BILLINGS MT
1135 AM MDT Tue Apr 24 2018

...Shields River Rises Expected Later This Week...

The Shields River reached a crest of 4.2 feet last night at the
gauge near the confluence with the Yellowstone River. The flood
stage is 5.5 feet at that location. There were reports further
upstream that the Shields River was at bankfull in spots, though
no flooding was reported. With the cooler temperatures over the
past 24 hours the river has dropped to 3.9 feet Tuesday morning
and is expected to continue to drop to around 3.6 feet by
Wednesday afternoon.

A warming trend is forecast for the rest of the week which will
increase mid-elevation snow melt. This melt water is forecast to
result in a gradual rise to a level of 5.2 feet by Sunday. While
this level remains below flood stage, it will be about a foot
higher than the crest on Monday. There may be some inundation of
low lying areas along the river in addition to bank erosion at
this level. Those with interests along the Shields River should
move equipment and livestock out of adjacent low lying areas over
the next few days, and be prepared for rising river levels over
the next week.

If flooding is noticed, please report it to local law enforcement
and have them relay the report to the National Weather Service in
Billings.

Only minor rises are expected on the Yellowstone River in Park
county.

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