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Sunday, February 24, 2013

Flood Forecast Making Big Changes After Snowfall

Heavy snow that piled up from storm after storm means big changes to the flood forecast for the Red River.
The F-M area now has a 79% risk of major spring flooding.
Just last month, the risk was only 6%. Major flood stage in Fargo is 30 feet, one that's been surpassed numerous times before.
There's a 50% chance the river will reach 33.2 feet. That's the level at which Fargo has to build a temporary dike on 2nd street, and Moorhead begins diking to protect the Hjemkomst Center.

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