Spring Flood Outlook shows little change
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration released an updated flood outlook for the Red River and Devil's Lake Basin.
There has been little change since their January 23rd outlook due to the lack of storms since mid-January.
The generally mild conditions have also helped with the consistency.
This also means that the predictions made during the January outlook are the same, meaning that there is an increased risk of snowmelt flooding.
Climate outlooks continue to show an increased risk for a wetter late winter/early spring.
Base streamflow levels are also at or near record highs.