March 13 Updated Flood Outlooks

Your NOAA's National Weather Service (NWS) has updated the 2009 Spring Flood Outlooks for the Red River Valley and adjacent portions of eastern North Dakota and northwest Minnesota. There have been a few significant changes since the previous outlook, and these updates continue to indicate the threat for major flooding across the Red River Basin. Record to near record flooding is a possibility at a few locations along the Red River. These locations include Fargo, Sabin, Hawley, Dilworth, Hendrum, Hallock and Mapleton.

To access these outlooks, click here, then choose the forecast point of interest. Next, click on the tab titled "Chance of Exceeding Levels During Entire Period". This will present you with the Probabilistic Outlook for the location of your choice. You may also view a text version of the entire outlook by clicking here.

Your NOAA's NWS is dedicated to providing the best, most accurate and up to date hydrologic, climatological and weather forecasts, watches and warnings. Check back often to see updated products as the spring 2009 flood season unfolds.

Below is a table of the Record Crests, the Date of the record Crest, and the Probability of Exceeding the record crest this spring flood season. Years with two crests indicate different datum; crests with two dates indicate a tie.

Forecast Point

Record Crest

Date of Record Crest

13 Mar Outlook POE

Wahpeton

19.42

4-6-1997

<10%

Fargo

40.10

4-7-1897

20-30%

Halstad

40.74

4-19-1997

10-20%

Grand Forks

54.35

4-22-1997

10-20%

Oslo

38.00

4-23-1997

50-60%

Drayton

45.55

4-24-1997

10-20%

Pembina

54.94

4-26-1997

<10%

Sabin

19.20

4-6-1997

30%

Hawley

11.3 , 10.86

1921, 6-22-2000

30%

Dilworth

27.10

7-2-1975

20-30%

Twin Valley

17.96

6-24-2002

<10%

Hendrum

33.85

4-18-1997

20-30%

Shelly

25.45

4-18-1997

10-20%

Climax

39.40

4-20-1997

<10%

High Landing

13.44

7-3-1975

50-60%

Crookston

28.40

4-17-1997

<10%

Alvarado

110.88

4-20-1997

<10%

Hallock

810.70

4-21-1997

20-30%

Roseau

23.40

6-12-2002

<10%

Abercrombie

26.59

4-6-1997

40-50%

Valley City

18.78

4-21-1996

50-60%

Lisbon

19.29

4-5-1997

60-70%

Kindred

22.33

4-8-1997

70-80%

West Fargo Div

28.77

4-18-1996

<10%

Harwood

92.02

4-16-1997

50%

Enderlin

15.41

6-30-1975

10-20%

Mapleton

23.43

4-1-2006

30-40%

Hillsboro

16.76

4-21-1979

<10%

Minto

11.80

4-19-1948, 4-18-1950

<10%

Grafton

20.13

4-19-1950

<10%

Walhalla

19.20

4-18-1950

<10%

Neche

24.51

4-21-1997

<10

HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK                                                              
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE EASTERN NORTH DAKOTA/GRAND FORKS ND                    
0751 AM CDT FRI MAR 13 2009                                                     
                                                                                
...SPRING FLOOD AND WATER RESOURCES OUTLOOK...                                  
...RED RIVER BASIN OUTLOOK FOR RIVER FLOOD POTENTIAL...                         
                                                                                
...RECORD FLOODING POSSIBLE AT MANY LOCATIONS ON THE RED RIVER OF THE           
NORTH AND ITS TRIBUTARIES WITH MAJOR SPRING FLOODING EXPECTED FOR               
MOST OF THE RED RIVER BASIN...                                                  
                                                                                
LOCATIONS THAT HAVE A 50% CHANCE OR GREATER OF RECORD FLOODING ARE              
 OSLO...HIGH LANDING...VALLEY CITY...ABERCROMBIE...LISBON...KINDRED             
AND HARWOOD. LOCATIONS WITH A 20% TO 50% PROBABILITY OF RECORD                  
FLOODING ARE FARGO...SABIN...HAWLEY...DILWORTH...HENDRUM...HALLOCK AND          
MAPLETON.                                                                       
                                                                                
LOCATIONS THAT HAVE A NEAR 100% CHANCE OF REACHING MAJOR FLOOD                  
STAGE ARE FARGO...GRAND FORKS...OSLO...DRAYTON...PEMBINA...                     
ABERCROMBIE AND HARWOOD. THOSE THAT HAVE A 50% OR GREATER CHANCE ARE            
VALLEY CITY...LISBON...KINDRED...GRAFTON...CROOKSTON AND HIGH                   
LANDING.                                                                        
                                                                                
THE MAGNITUDE OF THE EXPECTED FLOODING HAS NOT BEEN SEEN IN SEVERAL YEARS       
AT MANY OF THE LOCATIONS ACROSS THE RED RIVER BASIN. RESIDENTS SHOULD BE        
PREPARING FOR THE THREAT OF MAJOR AND NEAR RECORD FLOODING. ALSO                
SIGNIFICANT OVERLAND FLOODING IS LIKELY FOR POINTS NOT NEAR A RIVER.            
                                                                                
THIS OUTLOOK COVERS THE RED RIVER OF THE NORTH AND ITS MINNESOTA AND            
NORTH DAKOTA TRIBUTARIES...AS WELL AS THE DEVILS LAKE BASIN IN NORTH            
DAKOTA.                                                                         
                                                                                
THIS OUTLOOK IS ISSUED IN ADDITION TO ACTUAL FLOOD WARNINGS AND 7-DAY           
RIVER FORECASTS WHICH WILL BE ISSUED DURING THE SPRING SNOWMELT                 
PERIOD WHEN RIVER FORECAST LOCATIONS ARE IN FLOOD OR FORECAST TO RISE           
ABOVE MINOR FLOOD STAGE.                                                        
                                                                                
...RED RIVER AND TRIBUTARIES OUTLOOK FOR FLOOD POTENTIAL...                     
                                                                                
THIS 2009 SPRING FLOOD OUTLOOK FOR THE RED RIVER                                
    IS VALID FROM MARCH 18TH THROUGH JUNE 16TH.                                 
                                                                                
IN THE TABLE BELOW, THE 90 THROUGH 10 PERCENT COLUMNS GIVE THE CHANCE           
THAT THE RIVER AT A CERTAIN LOCATION WILL RISE ABOVE THE STAGES                 
INDICATED BY THE VALUES IN THE ROW FOR THAT LOCATION ANYTIME DURING             
THE NEXT 90 DAYS.                                                               
                                                                                
EXAMPLE: THE RED RIVER AT WAHPETON HAS A FLOOD STAGE OF 10 FEET.                
IN THE NEXT 90 DAYS THERE IS A 50 PERCENT CHANCE THAT THE RED RIVER             
AT WAHPETON WILL RISE ABOVE 16.6 FEET AND ONLY A 10 PERCENT CHANCE              
THAT IT WILL RISE ABOVE 19.1 FEET.                                              
                                                                                
       CHANCE OF EXCEEDING STAGES AT MAINSTEM RED RIVER LOCATIONS               
                          VALID  3/18/2009 - 6/16/2009                          
                                                                                
LOCATION   FS(FT)   90%    80%    70%    60%    50%    40%    30%   20%    10%  
--------     ---    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---   ---    ---  
 WAHPETON ND   10   14.1   15.1   15.7   16.3   16.6   17.4   18.0  18.7   19.1 
 FARGO ND      18   36.5   37.2   37.7   38.3   38.6   39.0   39.6  40.3   40.7 
 HALSTAD ND    26   39.0   39.3   39.5   39.6   39.9   40.2   40.3  40.6   41.2 
 GRAND FORKS   28   47.9   48.6   49.0   49.8   50.5   51.2   51.8  52.3   54.6 
 OSLO MN       26   37.2   37.4   37.6   37.9   38.2   38.4   38.7  38.9   39.7 
 DRAYTON ND    32   43.0   43.2   43.6   43.9   44.2   44.5   44.7  45.1   45.9 
 PEMBINA ND    42   52.6   52.7   52.9   53.0   53.3   53.6   53.7  53.9   54.4 
                                                                                
         CHANCE OF EXCEEDING STAGES AT MINNESOTA TRIBUTARY LOCATIONS            
                     VALID  3/18/2009 - 6/16/2009                               
                                                                                
LOCATION   FS(FT)   90%    80%    70%    60%    50%    40%    30%   20%    10%  
--------     ---    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---   ---    ---  
SO FORK BUFFALO RIVER...                                                        
 SABIN         12   16.7   17.1   17.5   18.0   18.6   19.0   19.2  19.5   19.8 
BUFFALO RIVER...                                                                
 HAWLEY         7    9.8   10.1   10.3   10.4   10.7   10.9   11.3  12.2   12.7 
 DILWORTH      12   23.5   24.4   24.6   25.2   25.5   26.3   26.8  27.2   28.1 
WILD RICE RIVER...                                                              
 TWIN VALLEY   10   10.7   11.0   11.3   11.7   12.2   12.7   13.4  13.9   15.7 
 HENDRUM       20   31.8   32.1   32.3   32.6   32.7   33.0   33.3  34.0   35.6 
MARSH RIVER...                                                                  
 SHELLY        14   20.2   21.5   22.4   22.8   23.2   24.3   24.7  25.2   26.4 
SAND HILL RIVER...                                                              
 CLIMAX        20   29.1   30.5   31.4   32.5   34.0   34.2   36.3  37.1   37.9 
RED LAKE RIVER...                                                               
 HIGHLANDING   12   12.3   12.5   12.8   13.0   13.5   13.9   14.4  14.9   16.1 
 CROOKSTON     15   21.5   22.1   22.5   23.0   23.5   24.0   25.2  26.0   27.0 
SNAKE RIVER...                                                                  
 WARREN       845  842.8  843.0  843.3  843.5  843.7  843.9  844.6 845.7  847.2 
 ALVARADO     106  104.8  105.8  106.3  106.7  107.0  107.5  108.1 108.5  109.6 
TWO RIVERS RIVER...                                                             
 HALLOCK      802  807.6  808.1  808.4  808.9  809.1  809.5  810.1 811.0  812.6 
ROSEAU RIVER...                                                                 
 ROSEAU        16   13.8   14.2   15.8   16.1   16.9   17.9   19.0  20.6   21.4 
                                                                                
         CHANCE OF EXCEEDING STAGES AT NORTH DAKOTA TRIBUTARY                   
LOCATIONS                                                                       
                     VALID  3/18/2009 - 6/16/2009                               
                                                                                
LOCATION   FS(FT)   90%    80%    70%    60%    50%    40%    30%   20%    10%  
--------     ---    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---   ---    ---  
WILD RICE RIVER...                                                              
 ABERCROMBIE   10   23.5   24.4   25.0   25.9   26.3   26.6   27.4  28.1   28.8 
SHEYENNE RIVER...                                                               
 VALLEY CITY   15   13.4   15.3   15.9   17.3   20.4   21.4   22.5  23.6   26.4 
 LISBON        11   16.1   17.4   18.4   19.6   20.2   20.9   22.2  23.0   25.0 
 KINDRED       16   21.5   22.0   22.5   22.6   22.6   22.6   22.6  22.6   22.6 
 HARWOOD      884  892.0  892.1  892.1  892.1  892.2  892.2  892.2 892.3  892.3 
 WEST FARGO    18   22.7   22.8   22.8   22.8   22.9   22.9   22.9  23.0   23.0 
MAPLE RIVER...                                                                  
 ENDERLIN       9   12.4   12.6   13.0   13.5   13.7   14.0   14.4  15.0   15.7 
 MAPLETON     905  908.8  909.0  909.0  909.3  909.6  909.7  909.9 910.2  910.5 
GOOSE RIVER...                                                                  
 HILLSBORO     10   13.5   13.8   14.5   14.8   15.1   15.4   15.7  15.9   16.4 
FOREST RIVER...                                                                 
 MINTO          6    6.6    7.0    7.2    7.3    7.4    7.6    7.8   8.0    8.6 
PARK RIVER...                                                                   
 GRAFTON       12   13.7   14.4   14.7   15.2   15.4   16.0   16.4  17.1   18.2 
PEMBINA RIVER...                                                                
 WALHALLA      11   11.4   11.8   12.3   12.8   13.2   13.6   14.0  14.4   14.6 
 NECHE         18   20.1   20.5   21.0   21.1   21.2   21.2   21.3  21.5   21.6 
                                                                                
...LONG-RANGE PROBABILISTIC RIVER OUTLOOK BY FLOOD CATEGORY...                  
                                                                                
.                           RED RIVER BASIN                                     
.                   LONG-RANGE PROBABILISTIC OUTLOOK                            
.                 VALID MARCH 18, 2009 - JUNE 16, 2009                          
                                                                                
  OUTLOOK            FLOOD            PERCENT        DEPARTURE FROM             
  LOCATION           STAGES*     MINOR  MOD  MAJOR      NORMAL**                
  --------          --------     -----  ---  -----        ----                  
MAINSTEM RED RIVER...                                                           
  WAHPETON, ND      10/12/14      98%   98%   93%         +33%                  
  FARGO, ND         18/25/30      98%   98%   98%         +28%                  
  HILLSBORO, ND     26/32/40      98%   98%   44%         +73%                  
  GRAND FORKS, ND   28/40/46      98%   98%   98%         +29%                  
  OSLO, MN          26/30/36      98%   98%   98%         +38%                  
  DRAYTON, ND       32/38/42      98%   98%   98%         +57%                  
  PEMBINA, ND       42/47/52      98%   98%   98%         +52%                  
                                                                                
MINNESOTA TRIBUTARIES...                                                        
  SABIN             12/15/19      98%   98%   39%         +33%                  
  HAWLEY             7/9/11       98%   98%   33%         +40%                  
  DILWORTH          12/20/26      98%   98%   40%         +31%                  
  TWIN VALLEY       10/12/14      96%   52%   16%         +75%                  
  HIGH LANDING     12/12.5/13     96%   78%   61%         +87%                  
  CROOKSTON         15/23/25      98%   61%   30%         +54%                  
  WARREN          845/848/853     25%    6%   <2%         +16%                  
  ALVARADO        106/108/110     76%   33%    8%         +60%                  
  HALLOCK         802/806/810     98%   96%   32%         +40%                  
  ROSEAU            16/18/19      64%   39%   28%         +41%                  
                                                                                
NORTH DAKOTA TRIBUTARIES...                                                     
  ABERCROMBIE       10/12/18      98%   98%   98%         +56%                  
  VALLEY CITY       15/16/17      81%   67%   59%         +67%                  
  LISBON            15/17/19      96%   79%   62%         +86%                  
  KINDRED           16/20/22      98%   98%   78%         +75%                  
  HARWOOD         884/886/891     98%   98%   98%         +79%                  
  ENDERLIN         9.5/12/14      98%   94%   40%         +77%                  
  MAPLETON        905/908/910     98%   98%   27%         +77%                  
  HILLSBORO        10/13/16       98%   96%   15%         +79%                  
  MINTO              6/8/11       96%   18%   <2%         +86%                  
  GRAFTON         12/13.5/14.5    98%   89%   76%         +72%                  
  WALHALLA          11/16/18      91%   <2%   <2%         +70%                  
  NECHE             18/19/23      98%   96%   <2%         +66%                  
                                                                                
  * FLOOD STAGES ARE LISTED IN ORDER OF SEVERITY...MINOR...                     
    MODERATE...THEN MAJOR                                                       
                                                                                
  ** THE DEPARTURE FROM NORMAL IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE                    
  PROBABILITY OF EXCEEDING MINOR FLOOD STAGE AS GIVEN BY THE                    
  CONDITIONAL SIMULATION AND THAT FROM THE HISTORICAL SIMULATION.               
                                                                                
...FLOOD STAGE TERMINOLOGY...                                                   
                                                                                
MINOR FLOODING: MINIMAL OR NO PROPERTY DAMAGE...BUT POSSIBLY SOME               
PUBLIC THREAT.                                                                  
                                                                                
MODERATE FLOODING: SOME INUNDATION OF STRUCTURES AND ROADS NEAR                 
STREAM. SOME EVACUATIONS OF PEOPLE AND/OR TRANSFER OF PROPERTY TO               
HIGHER ELEVATIONS.                                                              
                                                                                
MAJOR FLOODING: EXTENSIVE INUNDATION OF STRUCTURES AND ROADS.                   
SIGNIFICANT EVACUATIONS OF PEOPLE AND/OR TRANSFER OF PROPERTY TO                
HIGHER ELEVATIONS.                                                              
                                                                                
...DEVILS LAKE OUTLOOK FOR FLOOD POTENTIAL...                                   
                                                                                
THIS 2009 SPRING FLOOD OUTLOOK FOR DEVILS AND STUMP LAKES                       
    IS VALID FROM MARCH 18TH THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30TH.                            
                                                                                
           CHANCES OF DEVILS AND STUMP LAKES RISING ABOVE                       
                        THE GIVEN LAKE LEVELS                                   
                                                                                
                     VALID  3/18/2009 - 9/30/2009                               
                                                                                
             90%    80%    70%    60%    50%    40%    30%    20%   10%         
----------- ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------      
CREEL BAY   1450.5 1450.8 1451.1 1451.3 1451.4 1451.6 1451.9 1452.3 1452.7      
STUMP LAKE  1450.5 1450.8 1451.1 1451.3 1451.4 1451.6 1451.9 1452.3 1452.7      
                                                                                
  THE CURRENT HEIGHT OF DEVILS LAKE AT CREEL BAY IS 1447.2 FEET                 
  THE CURRENT HEIGHT OF  STUMP LAKE NEAR LAKOTA  IS 1447.1 FEET                 
                                                                                
ON MAY 9 OF 2006...A NEW PROVISIONAL RECORD OF 1449.20 FEET                     
OCCURRED...BEATING THE PREVIOUS RECORD OF 1449.18 FEET THAT                     
OCCURRED ON JUNE 17 OF 2004.                                                    
                                                                                
THERE IS A 90 PERCENT CHANCE THAT DEVILS LAKE WILL RISE ABOVE THREE             
FEET AND A BETTER THAN EVEN CHANCE THAT IT WILL RISE ABOVE 4 FEET               
DURING THE OUTLOOK PERIOD...FROM NOW UNTIL THE END OF SEPTEMBER.                
                                                                                
...HYDROLOGIC SUMMARY FOR THE RED RIVER OF THE NORTH RIVER BASIN...             
PRECIPITATION DURING THE MONTHS OF OCTOBER...NOVEMBER...AND DECEMBER            
WAS MUCH HIGHER THAN NORMAL.                                                    
                                                                                
THE PALMER DROUGHT INDEX FOR LONG TERM HYDROLOGIC CONDITIONS INDICATE           
EXTREMELY MOIST CONDITIONS ACROSS THE RED RIVER BASIN IN OCTOBER...             
NOVEMBER... DECEMBER... AND JANUARY WHICH IS THE HIGHEST WETNESS                
CATEGORY IN THE SEVERITY INDEX.  USGS MONTHLY-AVERAGE STREAMFLOWS WERE          
GREATER THAN THE 90TH PERCENTILE FOR OCTOBER...NOVEMBER...DECEMBER...           
AND JANUARY.                                                                    
                                                                                
NEW SNOWFALL OCCURRED IN THE RED RIVER BASIN DURING THE LAST WEEK IN            
FEBRUARY AND IN THE BEGINNING OF MARCH...ADDING ANOTHER HALF TO ONE INCH        
OF WATER EQUIVALENT...AND BRINGING SNOW DEPTH REPORTS TO AROUND ONE TO          
TWO FEET IN THE SOUTHERN VALLEY. IN THE NORTHERN VALLEY SNOW DEPTHS             
AVERAGE AROUND A FOOT.                                                          
                                                                                
SNOWPACK DENSITIES ARE AROUND 30 PERCENT...MEANING THE SNOWPACK IS              
VERY DENSE.                                                                     
                                                                                
DAYTIME TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED TO WARM ABOVE FREEZING OVER THE               
WEEKEND...WITH NIGHTTIME LOWS DROPPING DOWN AROUND 20 DEGREES.  A SLOW          
MELT CAN OCCUR IF THE RED RIVER VALLEY WARMS UP ABOVE FREEZING DURING           
THE DAY AND COOLS OFF AT NIGHT.  THIS IS THE IDEAL SITUATION GIVEN THE          
LARGE AMOUNT OF WATER WAITING TO BE RELEASED INTO THE RIVER SYSTEM.             
                                                                                
...HYDROLOGIC SUMMARY FOR THE DEVILS LAKE BASIN...                              
FALL AND WINTER PRECIPITATION ACROSS THE DEVILS LAKE BASIN HAS AVERAGED         
ABOVE NORMAL AND SOILS ACROSS MUCH OF THE BASIN WERE SATURATED GOING            
INTO FREEZE-UP.  FROST DEPTHS IN EASTERN NORTH DAKOTA REMAIN AROUND 2           
TO 3 FEET...SO THERE COULD BE SIGNIFICANT RUNOFF RATES ESPECIALLY WITH          
A RAPID MELT SCENARIO.                                                          
                                                                                
SINCE THE BEGINNING OF MARCH AROUND QUARTER TO A HALF INCH OF                   
PRECIPITATION FELL OVER THE DEVILS LAKE BASIN.  THE EXPECTATIONS FOR            
DEVILS LAKE REMAIN SIMILAR TO THE LAST OUTLOOK.  DEPENDING ON THE               
WEATHER THIS SPRING AND SUMMER THE LAKE COULD RISE TO A LEVEL BETWEEN           
1450 FT AND 1454 FT.  THE CURRENT LEVEL IS ABOUT 1447 FT.                       
                                                                                
...CLIMATE OUTLOOK FOR SPRING 2009...                                           
THE 2008/2009 WINTER HAS BEEN STRONGLY INFLUENCED BY THE DEVELOPMENT            
OF A LA NINA...AN EPISODIC COOLING OF THE WATERS IN THE EQUATORIAL              
PACIFIC OCEAN. THE LA NINA IS EXPECTED TO CONTINUE INTO APRIL...THEN            
WEAKEN DURING MAY 2009. DURING MARCH AND APRIL WE EXPECT WEATHER                
PATTERNS WILL BE INFLUENCED BY LA NINA..WHICH WOULD TEND TOWARD BELOW           
NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION. THESE TENDENCIES            
WOULD INCREASE THE POSSIBILITY FOR A LATER THAN NORMAL START OF THE             
SPRING THAW...WITH AN INCREASED THREAT OF HEAVY RAINFALL DURING THE             
MELT AND SPRING RIVER RISES. LA NINA CONDITIONS WERE OCCURRING DURING           
THE SPRING SEASONS OF 1979...1989...1996 AND 2006 AND HAD AN AFFECT             
ON THE SPRING SEASON WEATHER...HINTING THAT THIS YEAR SPRING WEATHER            
MAY BE SIMILAR.                                                                 
                                                                                
...8 TO 14 DAY WEATHER OUTLOOK...                                               
THE EXTENDED WEATHER OUTLOOK FOR NORTHWEST MINNESOTA AND EASTERN                
NORTH DAKOTA FOR NEXT SATURDAY...MARCH 21ST THROUGH THE FOLLOWING               
FRIDAY...MARCH 27TH IS FOR SLIGHTLY ABOVE NORMAL AMOUNTS OF                     
PRECIPITATION. NORMAL PRECIPITATION THIS PERIOD IS BETWEEN 0.25                 
AND 0.35 INCHES. ON AVERAGE...LOOK FOR NEAR NORMAL TEMPERATURES.                
THE NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURES RANGE FROM THE UPPER THIRTIES TO                   
LOWER FORTIES...WHILE NORMAL LOWS RANGE FROM THE MIDDLE TO THE                  
UPPER TEENS.                                                                    
                                                                                
...NEXT UPDATE AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION...                                    
A NATIONAL PRESS BRIEFING WILL BE HELD ON MARCH 19TH AND THE NEXT               
OUTLOOK WILL BE ISSUED ON FRIDAY...MARCH 26TH. OTHERWISE...THEY WILL            
BE ISSUED MONTHLY THROUGHOUT THE YEAR DURING THE LATER PART OF THE              
MONTH.                                                                          
                                                                                
THIS OUTLOOK IS ALSO PRESENTED AS PROBABILITY GRAPHS OF LAKE HEIGHT             
FOR THE FULL PERIOD AS WELL AS WEEKLY PROBABILITIES. THE OUTLOOK                
GRAPHICS AND EXPLANATIONS THAT HELP IN INTERPRETING THESE OUTLOOKS              
PLEASE VISIT OUR WEB PAGE AT...                                                 
                                                                                
  THE NWS GRAND FORKS AHPS PAGE ON THE INTERNET AT:                             
                                                                                
                    WWW.WEATHER.GOV/GRANDFORKS OR /FGF                          
                                                                                
                   CLICK ON RIVERS AND LAKES AHPS LINK                          
                                                                                
CURRENT DEVILS AND STUMP LAKE LEVELS ARE ALSO ON OUR WEB SITE.                  
LONG-RANGE PROBABILISTIC OUTLOOKS WILL BE ISSUED DURING THE                     
FOURTH WEEK OF THE MONTH THROUGHOUT THE YEAR.                                   
                                                                                
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TEAM FGF                                                                        
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