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Missouri River Basin Water Management

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Northwestern Division

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Missouri River Basin Water Management

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Following historic flooding in the Missouri River Basin during 2011, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Northwestern Division committed to providing more frequent communications with stakeholders in the basin. The Corps aims to keep the basin informed about reservoir operations, current and forecast weather conditions and reservoir release plans. Congressional delegation members and/or representatives, Tribes, state governments, county and local officials and the media participate on each call.

Latest Episodes

Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call 06/04/2020

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers held its final scheduled Missouri River Mainstem System water management update for the 2020 runoff season. The current forecast indicates runoff will be between and upper quartile or upper decile year. Average runoff is about 25 million acre feet. The current forecast is 32.3 MAF.

--JUN 5
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Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call 06/04/2020

Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call 05/07/2020

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers continues preparing the Missouri River Mainstem System for the 2020 runoff. Since January, precipitation in the upper basin has been well below normal, which has led to a reduction in the runoff forecast. Some areas of the Dakotas received less than half of their normal precipitation during the first four months of 2020. Gavins Point releases will be reduced to 33,000 cubic feet per second (cfs) on Friday, May 8 following a reduction in forecast 2020 upper basin runoff.

--MAY 9
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Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call 05/07/2020

Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call 04/09/2020

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers continues preparing the Missouri River Mainstem System for the 2020 runoff. Gavins Point releases are forecast to remain at 35,000 cfs. Climate and weather outlooks from the National Weather Service discuss temperatures, chances for precipitation flooding risks over the next 90 days. Reminder to please continue monitoring flood forecasts as lower basin flood risk still exists and people may be paying more attention to COVID19.

--APR 13
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Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call 04/09/2020

Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call 03/05/2020

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers continues preparing the Missouri River Mainstem System for the 2020 runoff. Gavins Point releases were decreased from 38,000 cfs to 35,000 cfs this week. Climate and weather outlooks from the National Weather Service discuss temperatures, chances for precipitation flooding risks over the next 90 days. Kansas City and Omaha District staff provide an update on system levee repairs.

--MAR 6
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Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call 03/05/2020

Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call 02/06/2020

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers continues preparing the Missouri River Mainstem System for the 2020 runoff. Gavins Point releases were increased to 35,000 cfs this week. Climate and weather outlooks from the National Weather Service discuss temperatures, chances for precipitation flooding risks over the next 90 days. Kansas City and Omaha District staff provide an update on system levee repairs.

--FEB 7
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Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call 02/06/2020

Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call 01/07/2020

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers continues preparing the Missouri River Mainstem System for the 2020 runoff. Gavins Point releases will be increased from 27,000 cubic feet per second to 30,000 cfs this week. Climate and weather outlooks from the National Weather Service discuss temperatures, chances for precipitation flooding risks over the next 90 days. Kansas City and Omaha District staff provide an update on system levee repairs

--JAN 9
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Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call 01/07/2020

Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call 12/05

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is committed to providing frequent communications with stakeholders in the basin. The corps aims to keep the basin informed about reservoir operations, current and forecast weather conditions and reservoir release plans. Congressional delegation members and/or representatives, Tribes, state governments, county and local officials and the media participate on each monthly Missouri River Basin Water Management call.

--2019 DEC 7
Comments
Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call 12/05

Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call 11/07

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is committed to providing frequent communications with stakeholders in the basin. The corps aims to keep the basin informed about reservoir operations, current and forecast weather conditions and reservoir release plans. Congressional delegation members and/or representatives, Tribes, state governments, county and local officials and the media participate on each monthly Missouri River Basin Water Management call.

--2019 NOV 9
Comments
Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call 11/07

Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call 10/10

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is committed to providing frequent communications with stakeholders in the basin. The corps aims to keep the basin informed about reservoir operations, current and forecast weather conditions and reservoir release plans. Congressional delegation members and/or representatives, Tribes, state governments, county and local officials and the media participate on each monthly Missouri River Basin Water Management call.

--2019 OCT 12
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Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call 10/10

Missouri River Basin Water Management - Ad Hoc Call 9/16

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is committed to providing frequent communications with stakeholders in the basin. The corps aims to keep the basin informed about reservoir operations, current and forecast weather conditions and reservoir release plans. Congressional delegation members and/or representatives, Tribes, state governments, county and local officials and the media participate on each monthly Missouri River Basin Water Management call.

--2019 SEP 17
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Missouri River Basin Water Management - Ad Hoc Call 9/16

Latest Episodes

Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call 06/04/2020

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers held its final scheduled Missouri River Mainstem System water management update for the 2020 runoff season. The current forecast indicates runoff will be between and upper quartile or upper decile year. Average runoff is about 25 million acre feet. The current forecast is 32.3 MAF.

--JUN 5
Comments
Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call 06/04/2020

Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call 05/07/2020

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers continues preparing the Missouri River Mainstem System for the 2020 runoff. Since January, precipitation in the upper basin has been well below normal, which has led to a reduction in the runoff forecast. Some areas of the Dakotas received less than half of their normal precipitation during the first four months of 2020. Gavins Point releases will be reduced to 33,000 cubic feet per second (cfs) on Friday, May 8 following a reduction in forecast 2020 upper basin runoff.

--MAY 9
Comments
Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call 05/07/2020

Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call 04/09/2020

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers continues preparing the Missouri River Mainstem System for the 2020 runoff. Gavins Point releases are forecast to remain at 35,000 cfs. Climate and weather outlooks from the National Weather Service discuss temperatures, chances for precipitation flooding risks over the next 90 days. Reminder to please continue monitoring flood forecasts as lower basin flood risk still exists and people may be paying more attention to COVID19.

--APR 13
Comments
Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call 04/09/2020

Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call 03/05/2020

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers continues preparing the Missouri River Mainstem System for the 2020 runoff. Gavins Point releases were decreased from 38,000 cfs to 35,000 cfs this week. Climate and weather outlooks from the National Weather Service discuss temperatures, chances for precipitation flooding risks over the next 90 days. Kansas City and Omaha District staff provide an update on system levee repairs.

--MAR 6
Comments
Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call 03/05/2020

Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call 02/06/2020

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers continues preparing the Missouri River Mainstem System for the 2020 runoff. Gavins Point releases were increased to 35,000 cfs this week. Climate and weather outlooks from the National Weather Service discuss temperatures, chances for precipitation flooding risks over the next 90 days. Kansas City and Omaha District staff provide an update on system levee repairs.

--FEB 7
Comments
Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call 02/06/2020

Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call 01/07/2020

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers continues preparing the Missouri River Mainstem System for the 2020 runoff. Gavins Point releases will be increased from 27,000 cubic feet per second to 30,000 cfs this week. Climate and weather outlooks from the National Weather Service discuss temperatures, chances for precipitation flooding risks over the next 90 days. Kansas City and Omaha District staff provide an update on system levee repairs

--JAN 9
Comments
Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call 01/07/2020

Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call 12/05

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is committed to providing frequent communications with stakeholders in the basin. The corps aims to keep the basin informed about reservoir operations, current and forecast weather conditions and reservoir release plans. Congressional delegation members and/or representatives, Tribes, state governments, county and local officials and the media participate on each monthly Missouri River Basin Water Management call.

--2019 DEC 7
Comments
Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call 12/05

Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call 11/07

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is committed to providing frequent communications with stakeholders in the basin. The corps aims to keep the basin informed about reservoir operations, current and forecast weather conditions and reservoir release plans. Congressional delegation members and/or representatives, Tribes, state governments, county and local officials and the media participate on each monthly Missouri River Basin Water Management call.

--2019 NOV 9
Comments
Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call 11/07

Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call 10/10

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is committed to providing frequent communications with stakeholders in the basin. The corps aims to keep the basin informed about reservoir operations, current and forecast weather conditions and reservoir release plans. Congressional delegation members and/or representatives, Tribes, state governments, county and local officials and the media participate on each monthly Missouri River Basin Water Management call.

--2019 OCT 12
Comments
Missouri River Basin Water Management - Call 10/10

Missouri River Basin Water Management - Ad Hoc Call 9/16

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is committed to providing frequent communications with stakeholders in the basin. The corps aims to keep the basin informed about reservoir operations, current and forecast weather conditions and reservoir release plans. Congressional delegation members and/or representatives, Tribes, state governments, county and local officials and the media participate on each monthly Missouri River Basin Water Management call.

--2019 SEP 17
Comments
Missouri River Basin Water Management - Ad Hoc Call 9/16
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