1 NOAA s National Weather Service Advanced Hydrologic Prediction System (AHPS) and Inclusion of Reservoir Spills Peter R. Ahnert Middle Atlantic River Forecast Center, State College PA
2 Topics Covered Mission Delaware Basin Overview Flood Forecasting/Warning Overview How Do You Get a 100 Year Flood? Snow/Rain Maps Summary of NWS Products Flood Loss Reductions from Flood Warnings Web Access to Products Reservoir Impacts
3 NOAA s NWS Mission Statement The National Weather Service (NWS) provides weather, hydrologic, and climate ecasts and warnings the United States, its territories, adjacent waters and ocean areas, the protection of life and property and the enhancement of the national economy.
4 Mission of Mid-Atlantic River Forecast Center The Middle Atlantic River Forecast Center produces timely and accurate water ecasts and inmation using the best scientific principles to integrate and model water, weather, and climate inmation.
5 MARFC AREA
6 Delaware River Basin Background: Longest un-dammed river east of the Mississippi Main stem 330 miles in length Drainage area - 13,539 square miles Includes PA, NY, NJ, and DE Provide 5% of the nations drinking water Provide NYC with 50% of its drinking water Accessible within a short drive to 20% of the people living in the U.S.
7 Delaware River Basin Flood History: Major Flooding recorded since 1839 Snowmelt: 1839, 1841, 1846, 1936, 1996 Severe Rainfall: 1850, 1862, 1942, 1975, 2005 Northeasters: 1869 Tropical Systems: 1933, 1938, 1955, 1972, 1996, 1999, 2001, 2004
8 Upper Delaware Rain Gages
9 Upper Delaware Rain Gages
10 Modeling Schematic
11 River Flood Warning in the Delaware Basin Data collected from federal and state cooperators and volunteer observers Middle Atlantic RFC models river systems to ecast river stages and flows NWS ecast offices at Binghamton, NY and Mt Holly, NJ issue ecasts and warnings NWS river and flood ecasts disseminated via NOAA Weather Radio, media outlets, Internet
13 100 Year Flood (from USGS) Fact Sheet Why Don't These Floods Happen Every 100 Years? The term "100-year flood" is misleading because it leads people to believe that it happens only once every 100 years. The truth is that an uncommonly big flood can happen any year There is a 1-in-100 chance that a flood this size will happen during any year. Perhaps a better term would be the "1- in-100 chance flood."
14 100 Year Flood What Does It Take To Get One? Usually preceeded by a wet period lasting months that sets the stage or an above normal snowpack. Often preceeded a few days bee by a precursor flood event that results in very wet soils and above normal river levels. Requires unusually heavy rain covering most of the river basin.
15 100 Year Flood What Does It Take To Get One? In Summary, it takes an unusual set of conditions that come together in an unusual sequence, at an unusual time and place to produce a rare event
16 Setting the Stage 365 Day Precipitation Departures
17 Setting the Stage 30 Day Precipitation Departures
18 Setting the Stage Snow Water Equivalent 4/1/05
19 Precursor Event 24 Hr Pcpn ending 7 am 3/29/05
20 100 Year Flood 24 Hr Pcpn ending 1 pm 3/29/05
21 100 Year Flood Snow Water Equivalent 4/3/05
22 Widespread Heavy Rain 24 Hr Pcpn ending 7 am 4/3/05
23 100 Year Flood 24 Hr Pcpn ending 1 pm 4/2/05
24 100 Year Flood 24 Hr Pcpn ending 1 pm 4/3/05
25 Widespread Heavy Rain Rainfall Total March 28 April 4, 2005
26 Summary of National Weather Service Products
27 16 Days Bee WINTER/SPRING RIVER FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 2005 MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER THE HIGHEST THREAT OF RIVER FLOODING DURING THE NEXT TWO WEEKS IS ACROSS THE NEW YORK AND NORTHERN PENNSYLVANIA BASINS DUE TO WET SOILS AND A DECENT SNOWPACK AND WHILE NOT PRESENTLY FORESEEN, WARM AND/OR WET WEATHER COULD ARRIVE ACROSS THE NORTH DURING THE SECOND HALF OF THIS OUTLOOK PERIOD, WHICH COULD RATHER EASILY RESULT IN SOME RIVER FLOODING DEVELOPING...
28 HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK 3 Days Bee Hydrologic Outlook NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BINGHAMTON NY 225 PM EST WED MAR PERIODS OF RAIN ARE POSSIBLE LATE FRIDAY NIGHT AND SATURDAY ACROSS CENTRAL NEW YORK AND NORTHEAST PENNSYLVANIA... RAIN EARLIER THIS WEEK IN COMBINATION WITH SNOWMELT RUNOFF HAS BROUGHT HIGH FLOWS TO AREA STREAMS AND RIVERS. MILD DAYTIME TEMPERATURES IN THE 40S AND 50S FOR THURSDAY AND FRIDAY WILL CONTINUE TO MELT THE DEEPER SNOWPACK IN THE UPPER REACHES OF THE RIVER BASINS. THIS RUNOFF WILL CONTINUE TO KEEP HIGH STREAM AND RIVER FLOWS ACROSS THE REGION. THESE ANTECEDENT WEATHER CONDITIONS HAVE MADE CENTRAL NEW YORK AND NORTHEAST PENNSYLVANIA VERY FLOOD SENSITIVE. A STORM SYSTEM WILL BE DEVELOPING OVER THE MID-ATLANTIC REGION LATE FRIDAY. THE EXACT TRACK AND STRENGTH OF THIS STORM IS UNCERTAIN ATTHIS TIME...BUT THERE IS A POTENTIAL FOR PERIODS OF RAIN DEVELOPING FRIDAY NIGHT AND SATURDAY ACROSS THE REGION. IF THE THREAT FOR FLOODING BECOMES MORE CERTAIN...FLOOD WATCHES WILL BE ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE. STAY TUNED TO NOAA WEATHER RADIO...OR LOCAL MEDIA OUTLETS...FOR THE LATEST UPDATES.
29 3 Days Bee Hydrologic Outlook HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOUNT HOLLY NJ 300 PM EST WED MAR ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAIN IS IS POSSIBLE FRIDAY NIGHT INTO SATURDAY... THERE IS IS STILL SOME UNCERTAINTY AS TO THE EXACT AMOUNT OF RAINFALL THAT WILL OCCUR ACROSS THE REGION. AT THIS TIME...IT APPEARS THAT 1 INCH OF RAINFALL IS IS POSSIBLE WITH AMOUNTS AS HIGH AS 2 INCHES...DEPENDING ON THE TRACK AND STRENGTH OF THE LOW. MANY LOCATIONS RECEIVED BETWEEN 1 AND 2 INCHES OF RAIN EARLIER THIS WEEK AND ANY NEW RAINFALL WILL INCREASE THE FLOOD THREAT. NUMEROUS STREAMS AND CREEKS EXPERIENCED FLOODING WITH THE PAST SYSTEM AND WHILE MOST CREEKS AND STREAMS ARE CRESTING OR ALREADY FALLING...THEY WILL REMAIN HIGH THROUGH THE END OF THE WEEK. STAY TUNED TO NOAA WEATHER RADIO OR OTHER LOCAL MEDIA FOR FURTHER UPDATES ON THIS DEVELOPING SITUATION. IT IT IS IS POSSIBLE THAT A FLOOD WATCH MAY BE SSUED AT A LATER TIME. $$
31 2 Days Bee SPRING RIVER FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK Number 05-8 THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 2005 MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER SPECIAL NOTE: THE SHORT-TERM (NEXT FIVE DAYS) RIVER FLOOD POTENTIAL IS VERY HIGH ACROSS MOST OF THE MARFC SERVICE AREA DUE TO THE POTENTIAL FOR ANOTHER HEAVY RAIN EVENT THIS COMING WEEKEND DUE TO HIGH STREAMFLOW AND WET SOILS, ANOTHER ROUND OF WIDESPREAD RIVER FLOODING MAY DEVELOP THIS WEEKEND AND CONTINUE INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK.
32 NWS Products Hydrometeorological Discussion AGUS71 KRHA HMDRHA HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA 840 AM EST THU MAR PREPARING FOR ANOTHER ROUND OF FLOODING IN THE MID ATLANTIC... MINOR FLOODING IS STILL OCCURRING AT POINTS IN OUR AREA, SNOW IS STILL MELTING IN NORTHERN PA, NORTHERN NJ AND NEW YORK AND NOW ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS ARE FORECAST. THE COMBINATION OF ALL OF THE ABOVE IS A LIKELY SCENARIO FOR RENEWED SIGNFICANT FLOODING RISES AT MANY OF OUR RIVER FORECAST POINTS. DAY 3 QPF WAS INPUT INTO TODAYS RIVER FORECAST MODEL TO HELP OUR HYDROLOGISTS GET A GOOD FEEL FOR THE EXTENT AND MAGNITUDE OF RENEWED FLOODING LIKELY WITH THIS FRIDAY/SATURDAY EVENT. BASICALLY ANOTHER ONE AND A HALF TO TWO AND A HALF INCHES ARE EXPECTED...MAINLY FALLING IN A 12 TO 18 HOUR PERIOD. THE HEAVIEST RAIN SHOULD OCCUR FRIDAY NIGHT INTO SATURDAY MORNING. THANKS TO PHI AND AKQ FOR THE QPF INPUT THIS MORNING! OUR MORNING FORECASTS ARE BEING PREPARED NOW. OUR RIVER FORECAST GUIDANCE SHOULD BE ISSUED ON SCHEDULE. ALL OF OUR WFOS ARE ENCOURAGED TO CALL US AT ANY TIME WITH QUESTIONS AND CONCERNS. WNEK $$... END MARFC...
33 FLOOD WATCH 2 Days Bee Flood Watch NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BINGHAMTON NY 221 PM EST THU MAR A STORM SYSTEM WILL TRACK NORTH ALONG THE EAST COAST THIS WEEKEND...SPREADING RAIN ACROSS THE AREA FRIDAY NIGHT... AND CONTINUING INTO SATURDAY NIGHT. THE RAIN MAY BE HEAVY AT TIMES LATE FRIDAY NIGHT INTO SATURDAY NIGHT. THE COMBINATION OF THE RAIN... CONTINUED MELTING SNOW AT HIGHER ELEVATIONS... AND THE FACT THAT RIVERS AND STREAMS CONTINUE TO RUN VERY HIGH FROM THE COMBINATION OF SNOW MELT AND HEAVY RAIN THAT FELL EARLIER THIS WEEK... COULD RESULT IN FLOODING THIS WEEKEND. THE SMALLER STREAMS AND CREEKS COULD EXPERIENCE SOME FLOODING AS EARLY AS LATE FRIDAY NIGHT AND SATURDAY... WITH POINTS ALONG THE SUSQUEHANNA RIVER POSSIBLY EXPERIENCING FLOODING SATURDAY NIGHT OR SUNDAY. THE EXACT AMOUNT OF RAIN THAT WILL FALL WITH THIS STORM IS STILL FAR FROM CERTAIN... HOWEVER CURRENT INDICATIONS ARE THAT MINOR FLOODING COULD BEGIN WITH RAINFALL TOTALS AS LOW AS HALF AN INCH... WITH MODERATE FLOODING LIKELY WITH RAINFALL TOTALS GREATER THAN ONE INCH. $$
34 2 Days Bee Flood Watch FLOOD WATCH NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOUNT HOLLY NJ 252 PM EST THU MAR FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT FROM FRIDAY EVENING TO SUNDAY MORNING... RAINFALL AMOUNTS IN EXCESS OF TWO INCHES ARE POSSIBLE FRIDAY NIGHT INTO SATURDAY OVER AT LEAST PORTIONS OF EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA, NORTHERN, CENTRAL AND SOUTHWESTERN NEW JERSEY, NORTHERN DELAWARE AND FAR NORTHEASTERN MARYLAND. THOSE AMOUNTS WOULD CAUSE WIDESPREAD FLOODING OF MANY OF THE AREA S STREAMS, WITH SOME STREAMS NOT HAVING MUCH TIME TO RECOVER FROM LAST MONDAY S RAINS BEFORE RISING AGAIN. IF YOU LIVE IN A LOCATION THAT IS PRONE TO FLOODING, PAY SPECIAL ATTENTION TO SUBSEQUENT WEATHER FCRECASTS. IN ADDITION TO STREAM FLOODING, THERE MAY WELL BE URBAN AND POOR DRAINAGE FLOODING DURING TIMES OF THE HEAVIEST RAINFALL. THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILL CONTINUE TO MONITOR THIS SITUATION, AND ADDITIONAL STATEMENTS AND WARNINGS WILL BE ISSUED IF NEEDED.
41 The importance of Flood Warnings in Flood Loss Reductions Flood Warning is a necessary piece of flood loss reduction EMA and occupants must have lead time Effective flood warnings provides lead time Flood Warnings are not a substitute reducing flood losses: Flood proofing Flood plain property acquisition Flood plain regulations Structural measures
42 The importance of Flood Warnings in Flood Loss Reductions NWS estimates flood warning can reduce economic flood damage by up to 10 percent Approximately half of flood related deaths occur in automobiles Road closure lead times are provided by flood warnings B/C ratio the flood warning system in the neighboring Susquehanna River basin is 12:1 (NWS, 1985)
43 Web Access to Forecasts and Warnings Multiple Points of Entry
44 AHPS Matamoras/ Port Jervis
45 AHPS Hawley
46 Reservoir Impacts Delaware River Basin Model Simulations April 2-4, 2005 Flood
47 Cannonsville Reservoir Dec 20, %
48 Pepacton Reservoir Dec 20, %
49 Neversink Reservoir
50 Wallenpaupack Reservoir
51 Model Simulation Asked to provide a rough estimate the reduction in flood crests due to the existence of the following four reservoirs. Cannonsville.we model inflow and outflow Pepacton.we model inflow and outlfow Neversink.not explicitly modeled Wallenpaupack/Rio.not explicitly modeled
52 Model Simulation Limitations Modeling system not specifically designed post-event scenario simulations Modeling system not specifically designed to quantify impacts of reservoir operations downstream Do not have resources to do detailed engineering analysis of all factors
53 Model Simulation Results Our Modeling System gives a ballpark, or order of magnitude estimate only. Any further application of these results should only be done after confirmation with a comprehensive hydrologic study.
54 Model Simulation Results For this event, our simulations indicate that even though these dams spilled, crest levels would probably have been higher if the four dams did not exist. Lower Delaware 0.5 to 1.5 foot higher crests without dams * Upper Delaware 1.0 to 2.5 foot higher crests without dams* * Rough estimates only
55 Spilling Reservoir Impact Reservoir temporarily stores water Outflow (Spill) is spread over longer time period than inflow Peak crest downstream is lowered RESERVOIR INFLOW OUTFLOW
56 Summary/Conclusion At least 19 Major Floods in the past 166 years. Due to above average rainfall and the March precursor heavy rain event/flood event, soils were very wet and stream flows high prior to this Flood. Snowmelt also helped maintain high streamflows at the start of this event.
57 Summary/Conclusion Widespread heavy rainfall on April 2-3, combined with above conditions, caused this major flood event of rare intensity. National Weather Service ecasts and warnings provided very good inmation on the timing and magnitude of the flood threat. The four major reservoirs likely reduced the magnitude of flood crests downstream during this event.
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