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Snowmelt runoff is forecast with a statistical model that utilizes daily values of stream discharge, gaged precipitation, and maximum and minimum observations of air temperature. Synoptic observations of these variables are made at existing low- and medium-altitude weather stations, thus eliminating the difficulties and expense of new, high-altitude installations. 4 model development steps are used to demonstrate the influence on prediction accuracy of basin storage. -from Author
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A model to forecast short-term snowmelt runoff using synoptic observations of streamflow, temperature, and precipitation.