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AGUS71 KTIR 061731
HMDTIR
Ohio River Basin Hydrometeorological Discussion
Ohio River Forecast Center, Wilmington, Ohio
131 PM EDT Monday, July 6, 2015

...HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION...
A low pressure system will slowly exit the Ohio Valley to the east tonight.
Scattered showers and storms will affect the eastern portion of the basin
today.

A cold front is expected to sweep into the region on Tuesday bringing more
widespread precipitation to the entire basin. The front is expected to
stall over the region, but remain a focus for active weather as it oscillates
over the basin through the end of the week and into the upcoming weekend.

...FLOOD POTENTIAL DISCUSSION...
Minor to moderate flooding continues across the western and northwestern
Ohio Valley as well as in western Kentucky. The potential for any additional
flooding is low.  By the middle to the end of the week, the potential for
flooding across the northwestern Ohio Valley will increase.

...24-HR OBSERVED PRECIPITATION USED IN TODAY`S RIVER FORECASTS...
Rain fell across the southwestern quadrant of the Ohio Valley. Basin average
amounts were as high as 1.75 inches in far southern West Virginia and far
western Virginia.

...48-HR FORECAST PRECIPITATION USED IN TODAY`S RIVER FORECASTS...
Rain is expected over much of the Ohio Valley. Heaviest basin average amounts
will range from 0.75 to 1.20 inches across southern Illinois, southern Indiana,
southwestern Ohio and northern Kentucky.

...RIVER BASINS IN FLOOD...
Points along the following river basins were in flood Monday morning:
 River Basin     Forecast Point   Flood Stage Latest Stg Tendency *
Ohio River       Shawneetown           33         34.6    Steady
White River      Petersburg            16         20.3    Falling
Wabash River     Wabash                14         15.7    Steady
Wabash River     West Lafayette        11         13.5    Falling
Wabash River     Covington             16         19.4    Falling
Wabash River     Montezuma             14         20.6    Falling
Wabash River     Terre Haute           14         19.7    Falling
Wabash River     Riverton              15         22.8    Falling
Embarras River   Lawrenceville         30         30.5    Falling
Wabash River     Vincennes             16         21.7    Steady
Wabash River     Mount Carmel          19         25.2    Steady
Wabash River     New Harmony           15         18.7    Steady
Little Wabash    Clay City             18         19.4    Falling
Little Wabash    Carmi                 27         32.7    Steady
Tiffin River     Stryker               11         11.1    Falling

Forecast precipitation graphics are available on the OHRFC Website
at the following address:  http://weather.gov/ohrfc/ForecastPrecipitation

* Tendency based on observed value and a 1-day forecast.
$$
Link Crawford






000
AGUS71 KTIR 061731
HMDTIR
Ohio River Basin Hydrometeorological Discussion
Ohio River Forecast Center, Wilmington, Ohio
131 PM EDT Monday, July 6, 2015

...HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION...
A low pressure system will slowly exit the Ohio Valley to the east tonight.
Scattered showers and storms will affect the eastern portion of the basin
today.

A cold front is expected to sweep into the region on Tuesday bringing more
widespread precipitation to the entire basin. The front is expected to
stall over the region, but remain a focus for active weather as it oscillates
over the basin through the end of the week and into the upcoming weekend.

...FLOOD POTENTIAL DISCUSSION...
Minor to moderate flooding continues across the western and northwestern
Ohio Valley as well as in western Kentucky. The potential for any additional
flooding is low.  By the middle to the end of the week, the potential for
flooding across the northwestern Ohio Valley will increase.

...24-HR OBSERVED PRECIPITATION USED IN TODAY`S RIVER FORECASTS...
Rain fell across the southwestern quadrant of the Ohio Valley. Basin average
amounts were as high as 1.75 inches in far southern West Virginia and far
western Virginia.

...48-HR FORECAST PRECIPITATION USED IN TODAY`S RIVER FORECASTS...
Rain is expected over much of the Ohio Valley. Heaviest basin average amounts
will range from 0.75 to 1.20 inches across southern Illinois, southern Indiana,
southwestern Ohio and northern Kentucky.

...RIVER BASINS IN FLOOD...
Points along the following river basins were in flood Monday morning:
 River Basin     Forecast Point   Flood Stage Latest Stg Tendency *
Ohio River       Shawneetown           33         34.6    Steady
White River      Petersburg            16         20.3    Falling
Wabash River     Wabash                14         15.7    Steady
Wabash River     West Lafayette        11         13.5    Falling
Wabash River     Covington             16         19.4    Falling
Wabash River     Montezuma             14         20.6    Falling
Wabash River     Terre Haute           14         19.7    Falling
Wabash River     Riverton              15         22.8    Falling
Embarras River   Lawrenceville         30         30.5    Falling
Wabash River     Vincennes             16         21.7    Steady
Wabash River     Mount Carmel          19         25.2    Steady
Wabash River     New Harmony           15         18.7    Steady
Little Wabash    Clay City             18         19.4    Falling
Little Wabash    Carmi                 27         32.7    Steady
Tiffin River     Stryker               11         11.1    Falling

Forecast precipitation graphics are available on the OHRFC Website
at the following address:  http://weather.gov/ohrfc/ForecastPrecipitation

* Tendency based on observed value and a 1-day forecast.
$$
Link Crawford






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AGUS71 KTIR 051640
HMDTIR
Ohio River Basin Hydrometeorological Discussion
Ohio River Forecast Center, Wilmington, Ohio
1240 PM EDT Sunday, July 5, 2015

...HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION...
A low pressure system moving through the Ohio Valley today and Monday will
bring more widespread precipitation into the southeastern half of the Ohio
Valley.

A cold front is expected to sweep across the region on Tuesday bringing
more widespread precipitation to the entire basin. The front is expected to
stall over the region, but remain a focus for active weather as it oscillates
over the basin through the end of the week and into the upcoming weekend.

...FLOOD POTENTIAL DISCUSSION...
Minor to moderate flooding continues across the western and northwestern
Ohio Valley as well as in western Kentucky. The potential for any additional
flooding is low.

...24-HR OBSERVED PRECIPITATION USED IN TODAY`S RIVER FORECASTS...
Rain fell generally south of the Ohio River and east of the Allegheny River.
Amounts were generally light, but middle Tennessee and portions of southeast
Kentucky saw basin averages in the 0.75 to 2.00 inch range.

...48-HR FORECAST PRECIPITATION USED IN TODAY`S RIVER FORECASTS...
Rain is expected over much of the Ohio Valley, though the area in the vicinity
of the Indiana/Ohio border is the least likely to see rain. Amounts will
mostly be light, but totals will range from 0.75 to 1.00 inch in southern West
Virginia and far western Virginia.

...RIVER BASINS IN FLOOD...
Points along the following river basins were in flood Sunday morning:
 River Basin     Forecast Point   Flood Stage Latest Stg Tendency *
Ohio River       Shawneetown           33         34.5    Steady
Green River      Paradise             380        380.5    Steady
White River      Edwardsport           15         17.9    Falling
White River      Petersburg            16         20.6    Steady
Wabash River     Wabash                14         15.9    Steady
Wabash River     West Lafayette        11         14.3    Falling
Wabash River     Covington             16         20.5    Falling
Wabash River     Montezuma             14         22.0    Falling
Wabash River     Terre Haute           14         20.7    Falling
Wabash River     Riverton              15         23.2    Falling
Embarras River   Lawrenceville         30         31.4    Falling
Wabash River     Vincennes             16         22.1    Steady
Wabash River     Mount Carmel          19         25.3    Steady
Wabash River     New Harmony           15         18.7    Steady
Little Wabash    Clay City             18         19.6    Falling
Little Wabash    Carmi                 27         32.9    Steady
Tiffin River     Stryker               11         12.2    Steady

Forecast precipitation graphics are available on the OHRFC Website
at the following address:  http://weather.gov/ohrfc/ForecastPrecipitation

* Tendency based on observed value and a 1-day forecast.
$$
Link Crawford






000
AGUS71 KTIR 041510
HMDTIR
Ohio River Basin Hydrometeorological Discussion
Ohio River Forecast Center, Wilmington, Ohio
1110 AM EDT Saturday, July 4, 2015

...HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION...
On Saturday morning a cold front lay across the southern Ohio Valley. Showers
and isolated storms will be possible along and south of the front, but much
more significant storm activity will remain south of the basin today.

A wave moving along the front will lift through the southeastern Ohio Valley on
Sunday and Sunday night, bringing more widespread precipitation into that
region.

A cold front is expected to sweep across the region next Tuesday bringing
more widespread precipitation to the entire basin. Another front may push
through at least the northern Ohio Valley late next week.

...FLOOD POTENTIAL DISCUSSION...
Minor to moderate flooding continues across the western and northwestern
Ohio Valley as well as in western Kentucky. Rivers here will be slow to
recede and should linger above flood stage for several more days.

The potential for any new flooding is low.

...24-HR OBSERVED PRECIPITATION USED IN TODAY`S RIVER FORECASTS...
Rain fell across all but the northwestern Ohio Valley. Basin average amounts
were highest across Kentucky, portions of West Virginia and southwestern
Pennsylvania where they ranged from 1.00 to 2.50 inches. Isolated portions of
Kentucky saw local basins average 3.00 to 3.50 inches.

...48-HR FORECAST PRECIPITATION USED IN TODAY`S RIVER FORECASTS...
Rain is forecast across the southeast half of the Ohio Valley. Basin average
amounts will increase to the southeast with amounts as high as 0.75 to 1.25
inches in far southeastern Kentucky, eastern Tennessee and far western
Virginia.

...RIVER BASINS IN FLOOD...
Points along the following river basins were in flood Saturday morning:
 River Basin     Forecast Point   Flood Stage Latest Stg Tendency *
Ohio River       Shawneetown           33         33.8    Rising
East Fork White  Rivervale             20         20.6    Falling
White River      Newberry              13         13.9    Falling
White River      Edwardsport           15         20.2    Falling
White River      Petersburg            16         20.4    Steady
Wabash River     Wabash                14         16.1    Steady
Wabash River     West Lafayette        11         15.2    Falling
Wabash River     Covington             16         21.6    Falling
Wabash River     Montezuma             14         23.3    Falling
Wabash River     Terre Haute           14         21.6    Falling
Wabash River     Riverton              15         23.3    Steady
Embarras River   Lawrenceville         30         32.6    Falling
Wabash River     Vincennes             16         22.3    Steady
Patoka River     Princeton             18         18.2    Steady
Wabash River     Mount Carmel          19         25.3    Steady
Wabash River     New Harmony           15         18.6    Steady
Little Wabash    Clay City             18         19.9    Falling
Little Wabash    Carmi                 27         33.1    Steady
St. Mary`s River Newville              12         12.7    Falling
Tiffin River     Stryker               11         12.9    Steady

Forecast precipitation graphics are available on the OHRFC Website
at the following address:  http://weather.gov/ohrfc/ForecastPrecipitation

* Tendency based on observed value and a 1-day forecast.
$$
Link Crawford






000
AGUS71 KTIR 041510
HMDTIR
Ohio River Basin Hydrometeorological Discussion
Ohio River Forecast Center, Wilmington, Ohio
1110 AM EDT Saturday, July 4, 2015

...HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION...
On Saturday morning a cold front lay across the southern Ohio Valley. Showers
and isolated storms will be possible along and south of the front, but much
more significant storm activity will remain south of the basin today.

A wave moving along the front will lift through the southeastern Ohio Valley on
Sunday and Sunday night, bringing more widespread precipitation into that
region.

A cold front is expected to sweep across the region next Tuesday bringing
more widespread precipitation to the entire basin. Another front may push
through at least the northern Ohio Valley late next week.

...FLOOD POTENTIAL DISCUSSION...
Minor to moderate flooding continues across the western and northwestern
Ohio Valley as well as in western Kentucky. Rivers here will be slow to
recede and should linger above flood stage for several more days.

The potential for any new flooding is low.

...24-HR OBSERVED PRECIPITATION USED IN TODAY`S RIVER FORECASTS...
Rain fell across all but the northwestern Ohio Valley. Basin average amounts
were highest across Kentucky, portions of West Virginia and southwestern
Pennsylvania where they ranged from 1.00 to 2.50 inches. Isolated portions of
Kentucky saw local basins average 3.00 to 3.50 inches.

...48-HR FORECAST PRECIPITATION USED IN TODAY`S RIVER FORECASTS...
Rain is forecast across the southeast half of the Ohio Valley. Basin average
amounts will increase to the southeast with amounts as high as 0.75 to 1.25
inches in far southeastern Kentucky, eastern Tennessee and far western
Virginia.

...RIVER BASINS IN FLOOD...
Points along the following river basins were in flood Saturday morning:
 River Basin     Forecast Point   Flood Stage Latest Stg Tendency *
Ohio River       Shawneetown           33         33.8    Rising
East Fork White  Rivervale             20         20.6    Falling
White River      Newberry              13         13.9    Falling
White River      Edwardsport           15         20.2    Falling
White River      Petersburg            16         20.4    Steady
Wabash River     Wabash                14         16.1    Steady
Wabash River     West Lafayette        11         15.2    Falling
Wabash River     Covington             16         21.6    Falling
Wabash River     Montezuma             14         23.3    Falling
Wabash River     Terre Haute           14         21.6    Falling
Wabash River     Riverton              15         23.3    Steady
Embarras River   Lawrenceville         30         32.6    Falling
Wabash River     Vincennes             16         22.3    Steady
Patoka River     Princeton             18         18.2    Steady
Wabash River     Mount Carmel          19         25.3    Steady
Wabash River     New Harmony           15         18.6    Steady
Little Wabash    Clay City             18         19.9    Falling
Little Wabash    Carmi                 27         33.1    Steady
St. Mary`s River Newville              12         12.7    Falling
Tiffin River     Stryker               11         12.9    Steady

Forecast precipitation graphics are available on the OHRFC Website
at the following address:  http://weather.gov/ohrfc/ForecastPrecipitation

* Tendency based on observed value and a 1-day forecast.
$$
Link Crawford






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