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Lake Level Outlook for Devils Lake

Due to a relatively quiet spring, the flood risk for the Devils Lake Basin continues to decrease. With only a 5 percent chance of exceeding 1452.9 feet, the chances of setting a new record above 1454.3 feet are slim. However, the threat is not zero as much still depends on late spring and summer precipitation. Read More >

 
The region will be under the influence of high pressure today, meaning there will be plenty of sun, fairly light winds, and slightly warmer temperatures. The quiet weather will continue for most of the area into Sunday.

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