Red River Valley flood threat up after February storms

The National Weather Service says there's a 50 percent chance of moderate flooding this spring. Two weeks ago, moderate flooding was listed at about 15 percent. The Star Tribune reports no public or private structures would be threatened.
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The National Weather Service says there's a 50 percent chance of moderate flooding this spring. Two weeks ago, moderate flooding was listed at about 15 percent. The Star Tribune reports no public or private structures would be threatened.

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NWS: Small chance of "major" Red River flooding

This year's brown Christmas may have a silver lining for some living along the Minnesota and North Dakota border. The National Weather Service's (NWS) first flood forecast says there's only a small chance of "major" flooding along the Red River next spring. But city officials on both sides of the river say it’s still too early to tell for sure. The NWS will release its next flood forecast at the end of January.