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OBSERVED STAGES/FORECAST HYDROGRAPHS FOR MAJOR RIVERS IN THE MISSOURI RIVER BASIN

Missouri River (multiple states) Big Blue River (Nebraska, Kansas)
Kansas River (Kansas) Little Blue River (Nebraska, Kansas)
James River&Tributaries (North Dakota, South Dakota) Chariton River&Tributaries (Iowa, Missouri)
Big Sioux River&Tributaries (South Dakota, Iowa) 102 River (Iowa,  NW Missouri)
Little Sioux River&Tributaries (South Dakota, Iowa) Platte River (Nebraska)
Vermillion River&Tributaries ( SE South Dakota) Elkhorn River (Nebraska)
Grand River ( Northern Missouri) Nishnabotna River (Iowa)
Blue River (Kansas City Area) Wind River (Wyoming)
Little Blue River (Kansas City Area) Bighorn River (Wyoming)
Platte River (NW Missouri) Yellowstone River (Wyoming, Montana)
Marmaton River (Kansas, Missouri) Musselshell River (Montana)
Gasconade River ( Southern Missouri) Tongue River (Wyoming, Montana)
Marais Des Cygnes (Eastern Kansas) Powder River (Montana)
Republican River (Nebraska, Kansas) Jefferson River (Montana)
Smoky Hill River (Kansas) Madison River (Montana)
Solomon River (Kansas) Milk River&Tributaries (Montana)

 

 

                                           

 

HYDROLOGIC TEXT PRODUCTS

 

Missouri River 5 Day Forecast  (Issued daily around 10 AM)

Omaha to Rulo, NE

St. Joseph to Boonville, MO

Jefferson City to St. Charles, MO

Missouri River Long Range 4 Week Forecast   (Issued weekly every  Wednesday)

South Sioux City to Rulo, NE

Hydrometeorological Discussion (HMD)  (Issued daily to summarize current hydrologic conditions across the basin)
Hydrologic Coordination Message (HCM)  (Issued as needed to announce changes in RFC hours of operations or other significant hydrologic activities)

Daily 24 hour Precipitation Reports by State... Missouri,  Kansas,  Nebraska,  Iowa,  Colorado,  Wyoming,  South Dakota,  North Dakota,  Montana

Water Supply Statement for Montana, Wyoming, and Colorado  (Provides a monthly summary of precipitation and stream flow for our western basins.)

                                                                                                

                                                                                                   GRAPHICAL PRODUCTS

5 Day Flood Outlook  in the Missouri River Basin
National Precipitation Forecast  Day 1 Day 2,  Day 3,  Day 4-5

The National Weather Service prepares its forecasts and other services in collaboration with agencies like the US Geological Survey, US Bureau of Reclamation, US Army Corps of Engineers, Natural Resource Conservation Service, National Park Service, ALERT Users Group, Bureau of Indian Affairs, and many state and local emergency managers across the country.