Devils Lake Basin

Threat Of Red River And Devils Lake Basin Spring Flooding Remains Low

short-range climate forecasts continue to indicate minor flooding

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — The latest spring flood outlook is out and it’s pretty much unchanged. The threat for significant snowmelt flooding remains very low across the main-stem Red River, its tributaries, and the Devils Lake Basin. Current conditions and short-range climate forecasts continue to indicate minor flooding as the predominant risk. Abnormally dry conditions have persisted across the basin…

Devils Lake Basin Could See Significant Flooding This Spring

National Weather Service Spring Flood Outlook

The first spring flood outlook of the year is out and there is a threat of significant flooding for the Devils Lake basin. The National Weather Service says the wet summer and fall along with high winter snowpack has set the stage for near record runoff into the lakes. Devils Lake and Stump Lake could rise between three and four…