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    Spring precipitation improves Missouri River Basin runoff forecast

    Spring precipitation improves Missouri River Basin runoff forecast

    OMAHA, NEBRASKA, UNITED STATES

    05.04.2023

    Photo by Eileen Williamson 

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Northwestern Division

    The Elements of Runoff - Plains snow water equivalent for Upper Missouri River Basin Runoff - plains snow melt is typically complete by mid April. Mountain snow begins to accumulate in October, peaks in April and snowmelt is usually complete by mid-July. The May 1 runoff forecast is 26.9 million acre feet. The runoff forecast has improved thanks to late season plains and mountain snow in the upper basin and a continued precipitation trend may provide much needed moisture for the region.

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    Date Taken: 05.04.2023
    Date Posted: 05.04.2023 17:34
    Photo ID: 7778179
    VIRIN: 230504-A-RO090-001
    Resolution: 1667x1250
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    Location: OMAHA, NEBRASKA, US

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