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FGUS85 KPUB 190139
RVSPUB
COC003-105-200139-
Hydrologic Statement
National Weather Service Pueblo Co
739 PM MDT Tue Jun 18 2019

...Water levels are running high along the Upper Rio Grande River at
Del Norte...Alamosa...

Snowmelt runoff combined with recent rainfall continues to keep river
levels high on the Rio Grande at Del Norte and Alamosa.

River levels are expected to remain within banks...but the high flows
will still be dangerous. Those participating in activities near the
water are advised to use extreme caution. Strong currents could
quickly become a safety hazard.

Following is the latest available information...

Rio Grande River Near Del Norte...
* At 6:45 PM Tuesday the stage was 5.1 feet.
* Flood stage is 5.5 feet.
* No flooding is currently forecast.


Rio Grande River At Alamosa...
* At 6:30 PM Tuesday the stage was 7.9 feet.
* Flood stage is 9.0 feet.
* No flooding is currently forecast.


High flows are not uncommon this time of year...but they still pose a
serious threat to persons in or near the water. Each year...high
flows result in mishaps that are sometimes fatal.

Stay away from the banks of rivers and streams. During high water...
saturated banks can easily break off and fall into potentially
deadly...fast flowing water.

Stay tuned to your National Weather Service in Pueblo for the latest
information. For the latest hydrologic forecasts and warnings...visit
the National Weather Service in Pueblo at weather.gov/pueblo. You can
link directly to the hydrology page by clicking on Rivers and Lakes
above the map.




FGUS85 KPUB 181842
RVSPUB
rvCOC003-105-191842-
Hydrologic Statement
National Weather Service Pueblo Co
1242 PM MDT Tue Jun 18 2019

...Water levels are running high along the Upper Rio Grande River at
Del Norte...Alamosa...

Snowmelt runoff combined with this weeks rainfall continue to sustain
elevated river levels on the Rio Grande at Del Norte. An initial crest
has passed but a significant snowpack in the high country continues
to melt.

River levels are expected to remain within banks...but the high flows
will still be dangerous. Those participating in activities near the
water are advised to use extreme caution. Strong currents could
quickly become a safety hazard.

Following is the latest available information...

Rio Grande River Near Del Norte...
* At 11:45 AM Tuesday the stage was 5.2 feet.
* Flood stage is 5.5 feet.
* No flooding is currently forecast.


Rio Grande River At Alamosa...
* At 11:30 AM Tuesday the stage was 7.8 feet.
* Flood stage is 9.0 feet.
* No flooding is currently forecast.


High flows are not uncommon this time of year...but they still pose a
serious threat to persons in or near the water. Each year...high
flows result in mishaps that are sometimes fatal.

Stay away from the banks of rivers and streams. During high water...
saturated banks can easily break off and fall into potentially
deadly...fast flowing water.

Stay tuned to your National Weather Service in Pueblo for the latest
information. For the latest hydrologic forecasts and warnings...visit
the National Weather Service in Pueblo at weather.gov/pueblo. You can
link directly to the hydrology page by clicking on Rivers and Lakes
above the map.




FGUS85 KPUB 181342
RVSPUB
COC003-105-191342-
Hydrologic Statement
National Weather Service Pueblo Co
742 AM MDT Tue Jun 18 2019

...Water levels are running high along the Upper Rio Grande River at
Del Norte...Alamosa...

Snowmelt runoff continues to sustain elevated river levels in the
Rio Grande at Del Norte. An initial crest has passed but a
significant snowpack in the high country continues to melt.

River levels are expected to remain within banks...but the high flows
will still be dangerous. Those participating in activities near the
water are advised to use extreme caution. Strong currents could
quickly become a safety hazard.

Following is the latest available information...

Rio Grande River Near Del Norte...
* At 6:45 AM Tuesday the stage was 5.2 feet.
* Flood stage is 5.5 feet.
* No flooding is currently forecast.


Rio Grande River At Alamosa...
* At 7:30 AM Tuesday the stage was 7.7 feet.
* Flood stage is 9.0 feet.
* No flooding is currently forecast.


High flows are not uncommon this time of year...but they still pose a
serious threat to persons in or near the water. Each year...high
flows result in mishaps that are sometimes fatal.

Stay away from the banks of rivers and streams. During high water...
saturated banks can easily break off and fall into potentially
deadly...fast flowing water.

Stay tuned to your National Weather Service in Pueblo for the latest
information. For the latest hydrologic forecasts and warnings...visit
the National Weather Service in Pueblo at weather.gov/pueblo. You can
link directly to the hydrology page by clicking on Rivers and Lakes
above the map.




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