Flood Risk at a Low

 Flood risk across the Souris River basin as fallen, mostly due to a lack of normal moisture since the most recent outlook, and a fairly benign melt which has already removed much of the SWE (snow-water equivalent) across parts of the Souris River Basin. In Canada, snowpack and expected runoff in the headwaters of the Souris above both the Rafferty and Grant Devine (Alameda) dams has thus been below normal. A decent snowpack still remains across much of the North Dakota portion of the Souris River basin, but does not pose a great threat at this point. PHOTO/Kim de Koning

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