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Areal Flood Watch, Areal Flood Advisory
Issued: 10:15 AM MDT May. 26, 2018 – National Weather Service

... Flood Watch in effect from Sunday morning through Monday
afternoon...

The National Weather Service in Riverton has issued a

* Flood Watch for portions of central Wyoming, north central
Wyoming, and northwest Wyoming, including the following areas,
in central Wyoming, upper Wind River basin, Wind River basin,
and Wind River mountains east. In north central Wyoming,
Bighorn Mountains southeast, Bighorn Mountains west, and
southeast Big Horn basin. In northwest Wyoming, Absaroka
Mountains, Cody foothills, north Big Horn basin, and Teton and
Gros ventre mountains.

* From Sunday morning through Monday afternoon

* creeks and rivers have been running at high levels during the
last two days due to accelerated snowmelt runoff. Widespread
mountain rain showers expected on Sunday will cause additional
significant increases in creek and river levels. Many basins
will receive up to one half inch of rain Sunday morning through
Sunday night with local amounts of up to one inch possible with
thunderstorms.

Several creeks and rivers will reach flows and river levels to
cause minor to moderate flooding. The flooding flows will
continue through Monday afternoon.

* Several creeks and rivers will reach flows and river levels to
cause minor to moderate flooding. The flooding flows will
continue through Monday afternoon.

* Snake River basin: expect minor flooding along Pacific creek and
minor to moderate flooding along the Gros ventre river near
Kelly. Flows along the Gros ventre river near Kelly may reach
5,000 cubic feet per second (cfs) by Monday morning. Flows
along the Snake River near Jackson may reach 22,000 cfs by
Monday afternoon.

* North/south Forks Shoshone basins: minor flooding expected along
South Fork Shoshone river; forecasted to reach river levels
between bankfull and minor flood stage by Monday morning. The
North Fork of the Shoshone river is forecasted to rise to near
minor flood stage of 8.0 feet by early Monday morning.

* Wind River basin: the Wind River near DuBois is expected to
crest between 5.5 and 5.6 feet by Monday morning. Moderate flood
stage is 5.5 feet. The Wind River at Riverton is expected to
rise to near 10.0 feet by Monday afternoon with additional rises
expected. Minor flood flows are between 9.0 and 11.0 feet.

* Big Horn river basin: Medicine Lodge and tensleep creeks are
expected to reach at or above flood stage by early Sunday
morning. Creeks will stay at very high levels through Monday
afternoon. Shell Creek near shell is expected to rise at or
above bankfull flows (2,000 cfs) by Monday morning.

* Powder River basin: Clear Creek at Buffalo is expected to crest
between bankfull and minor flood stage by Monday morning.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A Flood Watch means there is a potential for flooding based on
current forecasts.

You should monitor later forecasts and be alert for possible
flood warnings. Those living in areas prone to flooding should be
prepared to take action should flooding develop.


Jtfahey



834 am MDT Sat may 26 2018

The National Weather Service in Riverton has extended the

* flood advisory for...
snowmelt in...
central Fremont County in central Wyoming...

* until 900 am MDT Sunday

* minor flooding of low lying areas along the Wind River from DuNoir
valley downstream to the black bridge area near Riverton will
continue through Sunday morning.

* At 800 am, the Wind River near DuBois was near 5.1 feet. Minor
flood stage is at 5.0 feet. The river is expected to rise to 5.3
feet by early Sunday morning. Minor flooding of low lying areas in
and around DuBois usually occurs at river levels of 5.0 to 5.3
feet.

* At 800 am, the Wind River at Riverton is receding after cresting
at 8.7 feet late Friday night. The river is expected to rise and
fluctuate at 9.1 to 9.2 feet late Saturday night/early Sunday
morning. Minor flood stage is at 9.0 feet. Minor flooding of low
lying areas near the black bridge area usually occurs at river
stages of 9.0 to 9.5 feet.

* Warm and windy conditions over the mountains Saturday followed by
widespread rain showers on Sunday will cause even sharper rises in
river levels along the Wind River for the remainder of the
Memorial Day weekend. This advisory will most likely be upgraded
to a Flood Warning with the expected much higher river flows.


Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A flood advisory means river or stream flows are elevated, and minor
flooding of low lying areas is occurring or is imminent.

Please report flooding to your local law enforcement agency when you
can do so safely.


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Fahey



Areal Flood Watch, Areal Flood Advisory
Issued: 10:15 AM MDT May. 26, 2018 – National Weather Service

... Flood Watch in effect from Sunday morning through Monday
afternoon...

The National Weather Service in Riverton has issued a

* Flood Watch for portions of central Wyoming, north central
Wyoming, and northwest Wyoming, including the following areas,
in central Wyoming, upper Wind River basin, Wind River basin,
and Wind River mountains east. In north central Wyoming,
Bighorn Mountains southeast, Bighorn Mountains west, and
southeast Big Horn basin. In northwest Wyoming, Absaroka
Mountains, Cody foothills, north Big Horn basin, and Teton and
Gros ventre mountains.

* From Sunday morning through Monday afternoon

* creeks and rivers have been running at high levels during the
last two days due to accelerated snowmelt runoff. Widespread
mountain rain showers expected on Sunday will cause additional
significant increases in creek and river levels. Many basins
will receive up to one half inch of rain Sunday morning through
Sunday night with local amounts of up to one inch possible with
thunderstorms.

Several creeks and rivers will reach flows and river levels to
cause minor to moderate flooding. The flooding flows will
continue through Monday afternoon.

* Several creeks and rivers will reach flows and river levels to
cause minor to moderate flooding. The flooding flows will
continue through Monday afternoon.

* Snake River basin: expect minor flooding along Pacific creek and
minor to moderate flooding along the Gros ventre river near
Kelly. Flows along the Gros ventre river near Kelly may reach
5,000 cubic feet per second (cfs) by Monday morning. Flows
along the Snake River near Jackson may reach 22,000 cfs by
Monday afternoon.

* North/south Forks Shoshone basins: minor flooding expected along
South Fork Shoshone river; forecasted to reach river levels
between bankfull and minor flood stage by Monday morning. The
North Fork of the Shoshone river is forecasted to rise to near
minor flood stage of 8.0 feet by early Monday morning.

* Wind River basin: the Wind River near DuBois is expected to
crest between 5.5 and 5.6 feet by Monday morning. Moderate flood
stage is 5.5 feet. The Wind River at Riverton is expected to
rise to near 10.0 feet by Monday afternoon with additional rises
expected. Minor flood flows are between 9.0 and 11.0 feet.

* Big Horn river basin: Medicine Lodge and tensleep creeks are
expected to reach at or above flood stage by early Sunday
morning. Creeks will stay at very high levels through Monday
afternoon. Shell Creek near shell is expected to rise at or
above bankfull flows (2,000 cfs) by Monday morning.

* Powder River basin: Clear Creek at Buffalo is expected to crest
between bankfull and minor flood stage by Monday morning.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A Flood Watch means there is a potential for flooding based on
current forecasts.

You should monitor later forecasts and be alert for possible
flood warnings. Those living in areas prone to flooding should be
prepared to take action should flooding develop.


Jtfahey



834 am MDT Sat may 26 2018

The National Weather Service in Riverton has extended the

* flood advisory for...
snowmelt in...
central Fremont County in central Wyoming...

* until 900 am MDT Sunday

* minor flooding of low lying areas along the Wind River from DuNoir
valley downstream to the black bridge area near Riverton will
continue through Sunday morning.

* At 800 am, the Wind River near DuBois was near 5.1 feet. Minor
flood stage is at 5.0 feet. The river is expected to rise to 5.3
feet by early Sunday morning. Minor flooding of low lying areas in
and around DuBois usually occurs at river levels of 5.0 to 5.3
feet.

* At 800 am, the Wind River at Riverton is receding after cresting
at 8.7 feet late Friday night. The river is expected to rise and
fluctuate at 9.1 to 9.2 feet late Saturday night/early Sunday
morning. Minor flood stage is at 9.0 feet. Minor flooding of low
lying areas near the black bridge area usually occurs at river
stages of 9.0 to 9.5 feet.

* Warm and windy conditions over the mountains Saturday followed by
widespread rain showers on Sunday will cause even sharper rises in
river levels along the Wind River for the remainder of the
Memorial Day weekend. This advisory will most likely be upgraded
to a Flood Warning with the expected much higher river flows.


Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A flood advisory means river or stream flows are elevated, and minor
flooding of low lying areas is occurring or is imminent.

Please report flooding to your local law enforcement agency when you
can do so safely.


Lat... Lon 4346 10946 4343 10943 4343 10939 4344 10934
      4341 10930 4336 10924 4334 10921 4334 10917
      4328 10909 4326 10904 4323 10895 4323 10891
      4322 10888 4321 10884 4318 10875 4311 10868
      4309 10863 4309 10861 4307 10857 4303 10851
      4303 10847 4302 10841 4302 10837 4306 10834
      4304 10833 4303 10833 4300 10836 4300 10843
      4301 10848 4301 10852 4304 10857 4306 10859
      4306 10862 4307 10863 4308 10866 4308 10869
      4310 10872 4317 10879 4321 10891 4321 10897
      4325 10907 4332 10919 4333 10923 4336 10927
      4338 10931 4341 10935 4342 10936 4341 10938
      4341 10945 4343 10946 4345 10950 4347 10952
      4349 10953 4350 10957 4353 10967 4355 10972
      4356 10976 4359 10975 4358 10974 4357 10969
      4353 10963 4352 10956 4351 10952


Fahey



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