Hydrologic Outlook issued May 27 at 10:38AM MDT by NWS
...Rising river and stream levels next several days... A period of much warmer temperatures will begin to melt the existing high elevation snow pack (above 8000 feet) in the mountains late this week into early next week. The snow melt will cause increased flows along rivers and streams emerging from the mountains. This includes the Yellowstone, Shields, Boulder, Stillwater, Little
Hydrologic Outlook issued May 27 at 4:39AM MDT by NWS
...Much higher flows along creeks and small streams will occur this weekend due to the expected near record high temperatures... Snowpack at the 8,000 to 10,000 foot elevation is ripe (water laden) and will be melting by this weekend. Afternoon temperatures at the 9,000 foot elevation are forecasted to warm into the lower to mid 60s from Saturday through Monday.
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