Flood risk in North Dakota is lower this year, experts say

02/16/2012 | KSAX-TV/KRWF-TV (Alexandria, Minn.)

North Dakota is less likely to experience major flooding along the Red River this year because of a "surprisingly dry" winter, according to the National Weather Service. "We could actually see some more significant snow before this winter is through and we could get enough runoff as that melts and as spring rains begin to at least produce a minor flood," meteorologist Greg Gust said.

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