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Flood risk increases with March snowfall

FARGO, ND (The Forum) – Early March snowfall has raised the risk of major flooding on the Red River, the National Weather Service said today in its latest flood outlook. In Fargo, the chances of the Red River topping major flood stage of 30 feet jumped from 79 percent to 88 percent since the last flood […]

NWS: Risk of major spring flooding in Fargo jumps to 79 percent

FARGO – Thanks to recent blizzards and snowfall, the National Weather Service says the risk of major flooding in Fargo-Moorhead has jumped from 6% last month, to 79% this morning. Today’s outlook shows the Red River in Fargo has a 95% chance of reaching moderate flood stage, which is 25 feet. It also shows a 50% chance […]

NWS says 6% chance of major flooding in Fargo-Moorhead

FARGO – 2012 was a much needed break for the Red River Valley after three years in a row of major flooding. 2013 is looking to be the same. According the the Flood Outlook released by the National Weather Service this morning, Fargo-Moorhead has a 74% of exceeding the minor flood stage of 18 feet, […]

Red River at Fargo expected to rise to minor flood level

FARGO (The Forum) – Thanks to recent rains, the Red River will rise to minor flood stage levels by Thursday and is expected to top out near 19 feet by Friday evening or Saturday morning, the National Weather Service announced today. Meanwhile, a hazardous weather outlook has been issued for eastern North Dakota, and west-central […]

Officials to check on rural Clay County residents today

Clay County Sheriff Bill Bergquist announced this morning the Clay County Sheriff’s Office and the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources will be out in boats doing checks in the northwest area of Clay county in the Townships of Georgetown, Kragnes and Oakport. The roads into these areas have been totally cut off including our route […]

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