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CNRFC Daily Briefing
Last issued: Sun Jun 16, 2024 at 08:19 AM PST (updated daily by 10 AM Pacific Time).
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Summary:
  • A weather system moving across the Pacific Northwest today into Monday will clip areas near the CA/OR border and far northern NV with a chance of light scattered showers. Otherwise, the week ahead looks relatively quiet in terms of precipitation.
  • Temperatures will cool below normal for Monday and Tuesday before starting to rebound for the rest of the week as higher pressure begins to build across the west coast.
  • Watersheds that still contain sufficient snow are continuing to show diurnal fluctuations due to snowmelt, but those signals are becoming less pronounced as snowpack diminishes.
  • The lower reaches of the Humboldt River will remain high through next week as high elevation snow in the Ruby Mountains continues to melt, and works its way down the system.
Confidence: Medium

Staffing Level: Normal

Detailed Hydrometeorological Discussion: www.cnrfc.noaa.gov/discussion

River Guidance Points Forecast Above Specified Stage Definitions  (Select NWS ID for Specified Graphical RVF)
NWS IDRiver / CreekGage / StationMonitor
Stage
Flood
Stage
Danger
Stage
Latest Observed
Stage / Flow
Latest Observed
Date / Time
Max Forecast
Stage / Flow
Forecast
Status
RVBC1SACRAMENTO RIO VISTA 7.411.912.96.7  /  NA06/17 02:00 AM PDT7.50  /  NAAbove Monitor
HBMN2HUMBOLDT BATTLE MOUNTAIN 8.59.58.68  /  1,69506/17 01:15 AM PDT8.67  /  1,685Above Monitor
CMSN2HUMBOLDT COMUS 8.59.58.68  /  1,31906/17 01:15 AM PDT9.26  /  1,476Above Monitor

** NOTE **  Stage is presented in "Feet" while Flow (Storage at CLKC1) is presented in "cfs" ("Acre-Feet").