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2018 Spring Flooding

2018 spring flooding is underway. Check out the latest conditions and forecast here. Read More >

Light rain is slowly moving into southeastern North Dakota and the southern River Valley. Rain will slowly spread east/southeastward through the mid-morning hours. Breezy northerly winds and temperatures in the low to mid 50s will make today feel chilly compared to the past couple of days. Don't worry though, warm weather will return for Wednesday!
Winter remnants continue to work northward as snowmelt flooding moves through the river system. Snowmelt crest on the main stem Red River is working its way through Grand Forks and Oslo over the next day or two and is causing rising levels at Drayton and Pembina. The Goose River at Hillsboro, Snake River at Warren and Alvarado, Maple River at Enderlin and the Two Rivers River at Hallock are still experiencing also under flood warnings with moderate flood levels at Hillsboro and Alvarado. While there is the chance for light rain in the forecast Tuesday in the southern Red River Valley, rainfall amounts are expected to remain light enough to not exacerbate the flood. Latest on river information: https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=FGF