Little Risk of Spring Flooding
The risk of spring flooding in Manitoba is low, according to the province's latest forecast. Forecasters say a gradual snow melt combined with low amounts of precipitation in March have created perfect conditions to keep run off under control. Major rivers like the Souris, Red and Assiniboine have peaked and stayed within their banks, according to forecasts. Levels on some of the big lakes are high but expected to stay below flood levels. There is a risk of some flooding on Lake St. Martin...

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