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AGUS73 KMSR 301620
HMDMSR

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL FORECAST DISCUSSION
NWS NORTH CENTRAL RIVER FORECAST CENTER TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
1049 AM CDT SUN AUG 30 2015

...PRECIPITATION...

SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS AND MOSTLY LIGHT RAIN CONTINUED SINCE
YESTERDAY MORNING MAINLY ACROSS THE SOUTHEASTERN HALF OF OUR REGION.
THE HEAVIER RAINFALL AMOUNTS...NEAR 1 TO 2 INCHES WERE REPORTED WITH
THUNDERSTORMS IN NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS TO NORTHERN INDIANA TO
SOUTHWEST LOWER MICHIGAN.  OTHERWISE PATCHES OF MOSTLY LIGHT RAIN...
AROUND A QUARTER INCH OR LESS...WERE SCATTERED ACROSS LOWER MICHIGAN
TO SOUTHEAST WISCONSIN AND ILLINOIS TO SOUTHEAST MISSOURI.

IN FORECAST TODAY...LIGHT RAIN WILL CONTINUE FOR ANOTHER IN THE
SOUTHEAST PART OF THE NCRFC REGION... FROM SOUTHERN MISSOURI AND
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS ACROSS INDIANA TO THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF LOWER
MICHIGAN.  LIGHT RAIN WILL ALSO DEVELOP ACROSS NORTH DAKOTA.
RAINFALL TOTALS IN THESE AREAS ARE EXPECTED TO AVERAGE AROUND A
TENTH INCH OR LESS.

...HYDROLOGIC CONDITIONS...

HEAVY RAIN THAT FELL ACROSS IOWA TWO DAYS AGO HAS CAUSED SOME FLOODING IN
THAT AREA. THE MOST IMPACT IS EXPECTED ALONG THE SKUNK RIVER IN THE AMES WHERE
THE RIVER IS CURRENTLY ABOVE MODERATE FLOOD STAGE BUT EXPECTED TO FALL BELOW
TODAY.  SOME ADDITIONAL MINOR FLOODING IS EXPECTED WITHIN THE CEDAR...IOWA...AND
DES MOINES WATERSHEDS.

FOR ADDITIONAL AND MORE IN-DEPTH INFORMATION CONCERNING RIVER
FORECASTS...PRECIPITATION AND ALL HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION
IN THE NCRFC AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY...PLEASE REFER TO THE NCRFC
WEB PAGE AT:     HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/NCRFC


EMERGENCY CALL BACK LIST: SAS JDT DCG JMP

IF NO RESPONSE FROM THIS LIST... CALL THE DOH...SCH OR HIC.


$$

...RHR/DCG...







000
AGUS73 KMSR 291728
HMDMSR

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL FORECAST DISCUSSION
NWS NORTH CENTRAL RIVER FORECAST CENTER TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
1226 PM CDT SAT AUG 29 2015

...PRECIPITATION...

VERY HEAVY RAIN FELL MAINLY YESTERDAY MORNING THROUGH AFTERNOON
ACROSS CENTRAL IOWA.  NUMEROUS REPORTS WERE BETWEEN 3 AND 6 INCHES
AND SCATTERED AMOUNTS WERE NEAR 7 TO 9 INCHES MAINLY IN WEBSTER
AND HAMILTON COUNTIES NORTH OF DES MOINES... IOWA.

THE LARGER AREA OF RAINFALL TOTALS FROM YESTERDAY MORNING THROUGH
EARLY THIS MORNING INCLUDED 1 TO 3 INCHES FROM SOUTHEAST MINNESOTA
ACROSS THE SOUTHERN HALF OF WISCONSIN AND NORTHERN ILLINOIS AND
ACROSS THE NORTHEAST HALF OF IOWA.

ALSO SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED RAINFALL AROUND
A HALF TO ONE INCH IN THE ARROWHEAD REGION IN MINNESOTA... AND UP
TO A HALF INCH ACROSS LOWER MICHIGAN.

IN THE PRECIPITATION FORECAST FOR TODAY... LOWER RAINFALL AMOUNTS
ARE EXPECTED AS THIS SYSTEM SHIFTS EASTWARD.  AROUND A QUARTER TO
HALF INCH OF RAIN IS FORECAST ACROSS CENTRAL TO NORTHEAST
ILLINOIS... AND ACROSS NORTHERN INDIANA TO LOWER MICHIGAN.

...HYDROLOGIC CONDITIONS...

THE HEAVY RAINFALL IN IOWA HAS PUSHED A FEW LOCATIONS TOWARD FLOOD
STAGE.  THE SKUNK RIVER IN THE AMES AREA IS ABOVE FLOOD STAGE...
AND IS EXPECTED TO CREST JUST BELOW MODERATE FLOOD LEVELS OVER THE
NEXT 24 HOURS.  A FEW LOCATIONS ON THE CEDAR AND IOWA RIVERS MAY
RISE INTO MINOR FLOOD CATEGORES AS RUNOFF MOVES INTO THE SYSTEM.
THE NORTH RACCOON RIVER AT PERRY... IN THE DES MOINES BASIN...
SHOULD HIT FLOOD STAGE BY TOMORROW MORNING.

THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER DOWNSTREAM OF THE RAINFALL SHOULD SEE A SMALL
RISE OVER THE NEXT WEEK OR SO.  THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER AT
ST.LOUIS IS EXPECTED TO HANG OUT AROUND NINE FEET AS THE RUNOFF FROM
IOWA MOVES DOWNSTREAM.

FOR ADDITIONAL AND MORE IN-DEPTH INFORMATION CONCERNING RIVER
FORECASTS...PRECIPITATION AND ALL HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION
IN THE NCRFC AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY...PLEASE REFER TO THE NCRFC
WEB PAGE AT:     HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/NCRFC


EMERGENCY CALL BACK LIST: SAS JDT DCG RHR

IF NO RESPONSE FROM THIS LIST... CALL THE DOH...SCH OR HIC.


$$

...RHR/ALH...







000
AGUS73 KMSR 291728
HMDMSR

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL FORECAST DISCUSSION
NWS NORTH CENTRAL RIVER FORECAST CENTER TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
1226 PM CDT SAT AUG 29 2015

...PRECIPITATION...

VERY HEAVY RAIN FELL MAINLY YESTERDAY MORNING THROUGH AFTERNOON
ACROSS CENTRAL IOWA.  NUMEROUS REPORTS WERE BETWEEN 3 AND 6 INCHES
AND SCATTERED AMOUNTS WERE NEAR 7 TO 9 INCHES MAINLY IN WEBSTER
AND HAMILTON COUNTIES NORTH OF DES MOINES... IOWA.

THE LARGER AREA OF RAINFALL TOTALS FROM YESTERDAY MORNING THROUGH
EARLY THIS MORNING INCLUDED 1 TO 3 INCHES FROM SOUTHEAST MINNESOTA
ACROSS THE SOUTHERN HALF OF WISCONSIN AND NORTHERN ILLINOIS AND
ACROSS THE NORTHEAST HALF OF IOWA.

ALSO SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED RAINFALL AROUND
A HALF TO ONE INCH IN THE ARROWHEAD REGION IN MINNESOTA... AND UP
TO A HALF INCH ACROSS LOWER MICHIGAN.

IN THE PRECIPITATION FORECAST FOR TODAY... LOWER RAINFALL AMOUNTS
ARE EXPECTED AS THIS SYSTEM SHIFTS EASTWARD.  AROUND A QUARTER TO
HALF INCH OF RAIN IS FORECAST ACROSS CENTRAL TO NORTHEAST
ILLINOIS... AND ACROSS NORTHERN INDIANA TO LOWER MICHIGAN.

...HYDROLOGIC CONDITIONS...

THE HEAVY RAINFALL IN IOWA HAS PUSHED A FEW LOCATIONS TOWARD FLOOD
STAGE.  THE SKUNK RIVER IN THE AMES AREA IS ABOVE FLOOD STAGE...
AND IS EXPECTED TO CREST JUST BELOW MODERATE FLOOD LEVELS OVER THE
NEXT 24 HOURS.  A FEW LOCATIONS ON THE CEDAR AND IOWA RIVERS MAY
RISE INTO MINOR FLOOD CATEGORES AS RUNOFF MOVES INTO THE SYSTEM.
THE NORTH RACCOON RIVER AT PERRY... IN THE DES MOINES BASIN...
SHOULD HIT FLOOD STAGE BY TOMORROW MORNING.

THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER DOWNSTREAM OF THE RAINFALL SHOULD SEE A SMALL
RISE OVER THE NEXT WEEK OR SO.  THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER AT
ST.LOUIS IS EXPECTED TO HANG OUT AROUND NINE FEET AS THE RUNOFF FROM
IOWA MOVES DOWNSTREAM.

FOR ADDITIONAL AND MORE IN-DEPTH INFORMATION CONCERNING RIVER
FORECASTS...PRECIPITATION AND ALL HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION
IN THE NCRFC AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY...PLEASE REFER TO THE NCRFC
WEB PAGE AT:     HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/NCRFC


EMERGENCY CALL BACK LIST: SAS JDT DCG RHR

IF NO RESPONSE FROM THIS LIST... CALL THE DOH...SCH OR HIC.


$$

...RHR/ALH...







000
AGUS73 KMSR 281659
HMDMSR

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL FORECAST DISCUSSION
NWS NORTH CENTRAL RIVER FORECAST CENTER TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
1159 AM CDT FRI AUG 28 2015

...PRECIPITATION...
IN THE PAST 24 HOURS...A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM TRACKING ACROSS IOWA
TODAY AND INTO THE GREAT LAKES REGION TOMORROW BROUGHT RAIN TO
WESTERN IOWA AND SOUTHERN MINNESOTA.  THE HEAVIEST TOTALS WERE
OUTSIDE OF THE NCRFC REGION...BUT AREAS IN THE UPPER DES MOINES
AND RACCOON RIVER BASINS SAW PRECIPITATION TOTALS OF ONE TO TWO
INCHES.

IN THE NEXT 24 HOURS...HEAVY RAIN IS EXPECTED TO CONTINUE ACROSS
IOWA AND IN TO SOUTHERN WISCONSIN.  RAINFALL TOTALS COULD EXCEED 3
INCHES IN CENTRAL AND NORTHEASTERN IOWA...WHILE AREAS IN
SOUTHWESTERN WISCONSIN COULD ALSO SEE TOTALS AROUND 2 INCHES.
ANOTHER AREA OF PRECIPITATION IS MOVING ALONG THE CANADIAN
BORDER...WITH THE ARROWHEAD REGION OF MINNESOTA EXPECTED TO SEE
TOTALS AROUND HALF AN INCH.

...HYDROLOGIC CONDITIONS...
NO FLOODING IS OCCURRING IN THE NCRFC AREA. SIGNIFICANT FLOODING
IS POSSIBLE ACROSS PORTIONS OF IOWA...SOUTHEASTERN MINNESOTA...AND
WISCONSIN...DEPENDING ON THE TRACK AND AREAL EXTENT OF THE
HEAVIEST RAINFALL IN THE NEXT 24 HOURS.

FOR ADDITIONAL AND MORE IN-DEPTH INFORMATION CONCERNING RIVER
FORECASTS...PRECIPITATION AND ALL HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION
IN THE NCRFC AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY...PLEASE REFER TO THE NCRFC
WEB PAGE AT:     HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/NCRFC


EMERGENCY CALL BACK LIST: SAS...JDT...ALH...RHR

IF NO RESPONSE FROM THIS LIST... CALL THE DOH...SCH OR HIC.


$$

...LLD/JCH...







000
AGUS73 KMSR 281659
HMDMSR

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL FORECAST DISCUSSION
NWS NORTH CENTRAL RIVER FORECAST CENTER TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
1159 AM CDT FRI AUG 28 2015

...PRECIPITATION...
IN THE PAST 24 HOURS...A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM TRACKING ACROSS IOWA
TODAY AND INTO THE GREAT LAKES REGION TOMORROW BROUGHT RAIN TO
WESTERN IOWA AND SOUTHERN MINNESOTA.  THE HEAVIEST TOTALS WERE
OUTSIDE OF THE NCRFC REGION...BUT AREAS IN THE UPPER DES MOINES
AND RACCOON RIVER BASINS SAW PRECIPITATION TOTALS OF ONE TO TWO
INCHES.

IN THE NEXT 24 HOURS...HEAVY RAIN IS EXPECTED TO CONTINUE ACROSS
IOWA AND IN TO SOUTHERN WISCONSIN.  RAINFALL TOTALS COULD EXCEED 3
INCHES IN CENTRAL AND NORTHEASTERN IOWA...WHILE AREAS IN
SOUTHWESTERN WISCONSIN COULD ALSO SEE TOTALS AROUND 2 INCHES.
ANOTHER AREA OF PRECIPITATION IS MOVING ALONG THE CANADIAN
BORDER...WITH THE ARROWHEAD REGION OF MINNESOTA EXPECTED TO SEE
TOTALS AROUND HALF AN INCH.

...HYDROLOGIC CONDITIONS...
NO FLOODING IS OCCURRING IN THE NCRFC AREA. SIGNIFICANT FLOODING
IS POSSIBLE ACROSS PORTIONS OF IOWA...SOUTHEASTERN MINNESOTA...AND
WISCONSIN...DEPENDING ON THE TRACK AND AREAL EXTENT OF THE
HEAVIEST RAINFALL IN THE NEXT 24 HOURS.

FOR ADDITIONAL AND MORE IN-DEPTH INFORMATION CONCERNING RIVER
FORECASTS...PRECIPITATION AND ALL HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION
IN THE NCRFC AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY...PLEASE REFER TO THE NCRFC
WEB PAGE AT:     HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/NCRFC


EMERGENCY CALL BACK LIST: SAS...JDT...ALH...RHR

IF NO RESPONSE FROM THIS LIST... CALL THE DOH...SCH OR HIC.


$$

...LLD/JCH...







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