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Re: Storms Sd/NE [Re: bucksnbears] #6491362
03/15/19 06:35 AM
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Hickman, Nebraska
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Folks along i29 from Nebraska city and south need to watch. Missouri is expected to Crest record levels at Brownsville maybe higher than 2011 flooding. Lot of water coming if you live along or drive that stretch.
Jim


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Re: Storms Sd/NE [Re: bucksnbears] #6491375
03/15/19 07:10 AM
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western mn
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Feeling double sad for those with livestock.


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Re: Storms Sd/NE [Re: bucksnbears] #6491402
03/15/19 07:45 AM
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The culprit was a sudden and severe drop in ground-level air pressure in Colorado, the most pronounced dive since 1950 and something "that will go down in the history books," said Greg Carbin, chief of forecast operations for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Weather Prediction Center.

It was caused by a combination of the jet stream and normal conditions in the wind shadow of the Rockies. Air rushed into the low-pressure area and then rose into the atmosphere, causing severe weather.

Meteorologists call the rapid change in pressure a "bomb cyclone" or "bombogenesis

Re: Storms Sd/NE [Re: bucksnbears] #6491629
03/15/19 01:09 PM
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St. Cloud, MN
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Last I heard, they were dumping 100,000 cubic feet per second out of Gavin's Point Dam! shocked FYI, that's a crapload of H2O!


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Re: Storms Sd/NE [Re: bucksnbears] #6491635
03/15/19 01:21 PM
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For those not familiar with the upper Midwest, Gavins Point Dam is the lowest dam(holding Lewis and Clark Reservoir) on the Missouri River. Open shot below that to the confluence with the Mississippi.

Re: Storms Sd/NE [Re: cohunt] #6491643
03/15/19 01:44 PM
03/15/19 01:44 PM
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Pottawatamie co. IA
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Originally Posted by cohunt
For those not familiar with the upper Midwest, Gavins Point Dam is the lowest dam(holding Lewis and Clark Reservoir) on the Missouri River. Open shot below that to the confluence with the Mississippi.

With Sioux City IA, Omaha and Council Bluffs, Kansas City and St. Joseph just being a few in the way of that "open shot". The snow in Montana caused the problems in 2011. I assume we have not even seen any of that run off yet. Could be a long summer again. LLL


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Re: Storms Sd/NE [Re: trapperkeck] #6491645
03/15/19 01:46 PM
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NC, Orange Co.
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Originally Posted by trapperkeck
Last I heard, they were dumping 100,000 cubic feet per second out of Gavin's Point Dam! shocked FYI, that's a crapload of H2O!


And that is 1.5 million gallons every 2 seconds. Hard to comprehend that amount of water moving that fast.


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Re: Storms Sd/NE [Re: bucksnbears] #6491651
03/15/19 01:55 PM
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potter co. p.a.
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prayin for all affected,the videos of the water and worse yet,farmers digging cows and calfs out that were buried by snow are heart breaking.i whine about the weather alot but i can't even comprehend whats goin on out there.


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Re: Storms Sd/NE [Re: bucksnbears] #6491680
03/15/19 03:03 PM
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Kansas
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Gavins Point releases are scheduled to be reduced 7,000 cfs every
12 hours starting at 6:00 a.m. on Saturday, March 16.

I just found the above on the Corps of Engineers web site. The decrease in release rate might not have happened quick enough.


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Re: Storms Sd/NE [Re: trapperkeck] #6491766
03/15/19 05:40 PM
03/15/19 05:40 PM
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Originally Posted by trapperkeck
Last I heard, they were dumping 100,000 cubic feet per second out of Gavin's Point Dam! shocked FYI, that's a crapload of H2O!

This morning there was 170,000 cfs moving thru Rulo NE. They're headed for higher ground.


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Re: Storms Sd/NE [Re: bucksnbears] #6491855
03/15/19 07:24 PM
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St. Cloud, MN
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My fiance's folks decided not to evacuate. They are holed up in their home @ Linoma Beach 3 miles east of Ashland, NE. They are now surrounded by feet of water. A rescue boat came by earlier and they(he) refused rescue. Seems a lot to ask when they can't get out of their own way, but prayers would be appreciated!


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Re: Storms Sd/NE [Re: bucksnbears] #6491872
03/15/19 07:36 PM
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Went to Brookings and back today the roads East were no problem they opened up West River about 10AM as I was leaving it looked like the Indy 500 starting when they all were cut loose. Seen 1 Semi on it's side in the medium cab and all then one car with the front end wrecked on top of a drift.

The one thing looming is the standing water it's everywhere with a lot more snow to melt then add to that mess all just waiting to bust loose then it will be a big mess, if it freezes at night then that might slow down the flooding some.


Was born in a Big City Will die in the Country OK with that!

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Re: Storms Sd/NE [Re: bucksnbears] #6491891
03/15/19 08:11 PM
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Just was reading about the flooding up there. 90mph wind gusts where reported in the panhandle up there. 71 was our top wind speed. When all that water gets to the Mississippi things are going to get nasty south of you. I saw the Mississippi and Ohio yesterday and they were already busting at the seams.


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Re: Storms Sd/NE [Re: bucksnbears] #6492294
03/16/19 10:36 AM
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Rags and crew are all safe and sound


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Re: Storms Sd/NE [Re: bucksnbears] #6492308
03/16/19 11:00 AM
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For those not familiar with the upper Midwest, Gavins Point Dam is the lowest dam(holding Lewis and Clark Reservoir) on the Missouri River. Open shot below that to the confluence with the Mississippi.


Gavins Point is also one of the smallest of the 6 Missouri River dams. Its overall storage capacity has also been substantially reduced since its construction in the 1950s, primarily from sediment being dumped into the reservoir by the Niobrara. My back of the envelope guess is about 25% reduction in storage as the back third or so the old reservoir is now mostly sandbars and reed patches (great waterfowl hunting and certain fishing!!). The AoE was told this would be an issue when they proposed the dam but basically ignored it. I should dig up some sat imagery on Monday and how what the back end of the reservoir looked like in 1972/73 and what it looked like last year. Just a tad different.


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Re: Storms Sd/NE [Re: bucksnbears] #6492324
03/16/19 11:17 AM
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it's finally reached here,cant see ten feet but i will not complain as we are the lucky ones,be safe and help a fellow neighbor out there folks.


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Re: Storms Sd/NE [Re: bucksnbears] #6492359
03/16/19 11:51 AM
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Saw this on the weather channel, bad deal all around.

Stay safe guys and gals!!

Re: Storms Sd/NE [Re: bucksnbears] #6492403
03/16/19 12:43 PM
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SD1806 25 miles SE of Fort Pierre near the county line. Note the shallow foot depressions thanks to 50 mph winds. This 7(?) foot drift across the road was 1 of 4 in 3/4 of a mile and was roughly 200 feet long. It took 7 hours for a dozer to clear these drifts.
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Re: Storms Sd/NE [Re: bucksnbears] #6492431
03/16/19 01:41 PM
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I've heard of one death in Nebraska where a farmer in his tractor went through a bridge and drowned going to help neighbors.


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