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  • #6325

    crazyjerry
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    this is nuts:

    http://mvs-wc.mvs.usace.army.mil/realtime/precip/sf_cum.htm

    the saint will go big again the first weekend in june

    lets be safe out there!!!

    call me about maybe boating anything that is not totally nuts

    syotr

    jerry

  • #6327

    Sheldon Dale
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    As I’m typing this the link above shows 2.31 inches of rainfall at Farmington and 1.28 inches at Pilot Knob, but only 0.66 at Libertyville, and 0.21 at Roselle.  And the current Roselle level is 3.47′.

    Anyone care to make a rough prediction on what the level will be tomorrow morning?

     

     

     

  • #6329

    Sheldon Dale
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    Before you make any predictions, I found this cumulative precipitation map that shows the high (near 2″) precipitation to be only in a relatively narrow band, which won’t have as much effect on the river as 2″ across the whole watershed.

    The image below is for a six hour period Saturday morning.

    National Weather Service – Cumulative Precipitation

    Cumulative Precip

    But it still might go huge.  I really don’t know.

    Any guessers? 😀

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