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Cold Through the Rest of February into Early March

The longer term Climate Prediction Center outlooks continue to show higher probabilities for below normal temperatures throughout the rest of February and into early March. Read More >

The Probabilistic Flood Outlook Summary is an experimental product/service that will be posted to this page for evaluation from February 21, 2019 to May 31, 2019. During this period, we encourage your comments or suggestions for improvement. Your feedback will help us determine product/service utility, if modifications are needed, and whether the product/service should become part of our operational suite.

This product/service is a graphic that depicts the probabilities of reaching certain river stages based on the standard probabilities of 95%, 90%, 75%, 50%, 25%, 10%, and 5%. This product is intended to give users an overview of the flood risk at the mainstem forecast points along the Red River of the North for the next 90 days during the spring snowmelt season.

The Product Description Document can be found here.

Feedback/comments regarding this products can be directed to Ryan Knutsvig, MIC, through e-mail: ryan.knutsvig@noaa.gov. Alternatively, to provide comments via an anonymous survey, please follow the link here.

Prototype/Under Development: Prototype is for demonstration/test purposes only—Not to be relied on for operational decision making. This prototype is not supported 24/7 and may be discontinued at any time without advance notice.

This page was last updated on February 18, 2019.


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2019
Issuance Date Location
2/21 Wahpeton
Hickson
Fargo
Halstad
East Grand Forks
Oslo
Drayton
Pembina

  Wahpeton
Hickson
Fargo
Halstad
East Grand Forks
Oslo
Drayton
Pembina

  Wahpeton
Hickson
Fargo
Halstad
East Grand Forks
Oslo
Drayton
Pembina