Missouri River Basin Update - 6/28/2019
System storage is 68.0 MAF; 11.9 MAF of the 16.3 MAF of flood control storage is occupied. About 27% of the flood control storage remains available to store runoff. The NWS is forecasting widely scattered rainfall in the upper Basin during the next three days (upper right graphic). The mountain snowpack is nearly melted (lower right graphic) and inflows into Fort Peck and Garrison are beginning to recede. Gavins Point releases were reduced to 70,000 cfs at 8 a.m. on Thursday, June 27. Refer to the 3-Week Forecast (click here) for the most up-to-date System information – pool levels, inflows and releases.

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