Missouri River Basin Weekly Update - June 5 2018
System storage is currently 64.1 MAF, 8.0 MAF above the base of the Annual Flood Control and Multiple Use Zone. More than 50 percent of the 16.3 MAF of designated flood control storage remains available to capture runoff from mountain snowmelt and rainfall runoff. The CPC temperature outlook for June, updated on May 31st, indicates an increased chance of above-normal temperatures throughout the Basin. The 2018 runoff forecast above Sioux City, updated on June 1st, is 34.6 MAF (136% of average). May runoff was 212% of average. The service level is currently 50,000 cfs(15,000 cfsabove full service); no change from the April 15 adjustment.

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