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Lat: 35.15N, Lon: 114.56W
Wx Zone: AZZ036 CWA Used: VEF

Arizona Drought Monitor

The Arizona Drought monitor is a subset of the United States Monitor, issued every Thursday morning, based on drought conditions the previous Tuesday. The map below shows the current drought level around the state, and the percent of Arizona land area in each drought level compared to the previous week.

Read an explanation of the drought intensities and what they mean.

Arizona Drought Monitor

Arizona Hydrologic Information Statement

Note that if drought conditions are not being experienced, or in the case of river flooding or heavy rain, this statement may be used to indicate river flows or flood potential.

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HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LAS VEGAS NV
102 PM MST THU NOV 22 2012

...HIGHER THAN NORMAL FLOW ON THE COLORADO RIVER THROUGH MOHAVE
COUNTY AND ENTERING LAKE MEAD TO CONTINUE THROUGH THE HOLIDAY
WEEKEND...

THE DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR HAS BEEN CONDUCTING A HIGH FLOW
EXPERIMENTAL RELEASE FROM GLEN CANYON DAM NEAR PAGE ARIZONA.

MONITORING STATIONS ALONG THE COLORADO RIVER IN MOHAVE COUNTY
INCLUDE DIAMOND CREEK AND PEARCE FERRY. FLOW WILL DECREASE THROUGH
THE WEEKEND AT BOTH MONITORING STATIONS WITH A RETURN TO NORMAL
FLOWS PROJECTED MONDAY.

THE FOLLOWING HIGH FLOW EXPERIMENTAL ROUTING GUIDANCE IS PROVIDED
BY THE BUREAU OF RECLAMATION.

DIAMOND CREEK...RIVER MILE 225

PEAK ENDS - FLOW DECREASE BELOW 42000 CFS...........11/22/12 5 AM
HFE ENDS - RETURN TO BASEFLOW.......................11/26/12 3 AM

PEARCE FERRY...RIVER MILE 279

PEAK ENDS - FLOW DECREASE BELOW 42000 CFS..........11/22/12 12 PM
HFE ENDS - RETURN TO BASEFLOW.......................11/26/12 3 PM

HFE: HIGH FLOW EXPERIMENT
ALL TIMES ARE MST

HIGHER THAN NORMAL FLOWS ENTERING THE EASTERN ARM OF LAKE
MEAD FROM THE GRAND CANYON...WHICH INCLUDES GREGG BASIN AND TEMPLE
BASIN WILL CONTINUE THROUGH THE HOLIDAY WEEKEND. RECREATIONAL
BOATERS...FISHERMEN AND CAMPERS SHOULD TAKE APPROPRIATE ACTION AND
BE AWARE OF SUBSTANTIALLY GREATER AMOUNT OF WATER.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION...PLEASE VISIT THE FOLLOWING SITES FROM THE
BUREAU OF RECLAMATION AND GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK AT

WWW.USBR.GOV/UC/RM/GCDHFE/2012
WWW.NPS.GOV/GRCA/NATURESCIENCE/HFE.HTM

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