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Hydrologic Outlook

HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK
NDZ017>021-031>036-040>047-050-302015-

HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BISMARCK ND
215 PM CST THU JAN 29 2015 /115 PM MST THU JAN 29 2015/

...CONDITIONS IMPROVING ON RIVERS AND STREAMS ACROSS THE MISSOURI
BASIN...

UNUSUALLY HIGH WATER ON RIVERS AND STREAMS ACROSS THE MISSOURI
BASIN EARLIER THIS WEEK HAVE DROPPED SIGNIFICANTLY LATE WEDNESDAY
AND INTO THURSDAY. THE THREAT OF HIGH WATER FROM ICE JAMS AND
STREAMFLOW WILL CONTINUE TO DECREASE INTO THE WEEKEND.

OTHER PROBLEMS OF INTEREST ARE THE RESERVOIRS AND SMALL LAKES THAT
ARE RISING DUE TO INCREASED INFLOW. ANGLERS WISHING TO FISH THESE
BODIES OF WATER SHOULD BE EXTRA CAREFUL AS WARM TEMPERATURES AND
RISING WATER RAPIDLY DETERIORATE ICE CONDITIONS NEAR THE SHORE.
ACCESS MAY BE DIFFICULT, IF NOT DANGEROUS. SOME, BUT NOT ALL, OF
THE LAKES THAT THIS IS A CONCERN FOR INCLUDE PATTERSON LAKE NEAR
DICKINSON, LAKE TSCHIDA, CAMELS HUMP, DAVIS DAM, AND OTHER SIMILAR
BODIES OF WATER.

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AYD






Special Weather Statement

SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BISMARCK ND
830 AM CST FRI JAN 30 2015

NDZ001>005-009>013-017>023-025-031>037-040>048-050-051-310300-
DIVIDE-BURKE-RENVILLE-BOTTINEAU-ROLETTE-WILLIAMS-MOUNTRAIL-WARD-
MCHENRY-PIERCE-MCKENZIE-DUNN-MERCER-OLIVER-MCLEAN-SHERIDAN-WELLS-
FOSTER-GOLDEN VALLEY-BILLINGS-STARK-MORTON-BURLEIGH-KIDDER-
STUTSMAN-SLOPE-HETTINGER-GRANT-BOWMAN-ADAMS-SIOUX-EMMONS-LOGAN-
LA MOURE-MCINTOSH-DICKEY-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...CROSBY...BOWBELLS...MOHALL...
BOTTINEAU...ROLLA...WILLISTON...NEW TOWN...MINOT...TOWNER...
RUGBY...WATFORD CITY...KILLDEER...BEULAH...HAZEN...CENTER...
GARRISON...MCCLUSKY...HARVEY...CARRINGTON...BEACH...MEDORA...
DICKINSON...MANDAN...BISMARCK...STEELE...JAMESTOWN...MARMARTH...
MOTT...ELGIN...BOWMAN...HETTINGER...FORT YATES...LINTON...
NAPOLEON...EDGELEY...ASHLEY...OAKES
830 AM CST FRI JAN 30 2015 /730 AM MST FRI JAN 30 2015/

...COLD AND SNOW MAKE A RETURN TO WESTERN AND CENTRAL NORTH
DAKOTA...

OUR QUIET AND MILD WEATHER WILL COME TO AN END ON SATURDAY AS WE
RETURN TO A COLD AND ACTIVE PATTERN THROUGH THE MIDDLE OF NEXT
WEEK.

LIGHT SNOW IS EXPECTED TO SPREAD ACROSS MOST OF WESTERN AND
CENTRAL NORTH DAKOTA ON SATURDAY. THE SNOW WILL BE ACCOMPANIED BY
FALLING TEMPERATURES AND A BITING NORTH WIND...PRODUCING WIND
CHILLS TO AROUND 25 BELOW ZERO BY LATE SATURDAY NIGHT. SNOW
ACCUMULATIONS OF 1 TO 3 INCHES ARE ANTICIPATED ACROSS MOST OF
WESTERN AND CENTRAL NORTH DAKOTA. THE TURTLE MOUNTAINS MAY ESCAPE
WITH LITTLE OR NO SNOW ACCUMULATION.

AFTER A COLD BUT MAINLY DRY SUNDAY...CHANCES FOR LIGHT
ACCUMULATING SNOWS RETURN MONDAY AND TUESDAY. FRIGID TEMPERATURES
AND DANGEROUS WIND CHILLS WILL ALSO REMAIN THROUGH MID WEEK.
MONITOR THE LATEST WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/BIS.


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