James River Valley Hit By Heavy Rain Again on Friday

Much of the upper James River Valley was hit again by heavy rainfall on Friday August 12th. Shown above is the radar estimated rainfall from the event. The legend is located on the top of the image. Shown in blue are the major rivers and creeks. Much of the James and Pipestem drainage basins upstream of the reservoirs received between two to three and a half inches of rain with locally higher amounts. The city of Jamestown received between one and a quarter to two inches of rainfall from the event.
Shown above is precipitation over the past 30 days ending the morning of Saturday August 13th.  Normal rainfall for mid July into mid August is around 2.50-3.00 inches.
Current James River Basin Conditions
James River near Grace City
James River near Kensal
Pipestem Creek near Pingree
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Pipestem Dam
Jamestown Dam
James River at Jamestown
   
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James River at LaMoure
Bear Creek near Oakes
James River at Ludden Dam
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James River at ND-SD State Line
Maple River at ND-SD State Line
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Forecast Rainfall
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Days 4-5 Rainfall
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