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Published April 10, 2013, 04:01 PM

Continuing cold temps could raise flood concerns

Record-breaking low temperatures could mean bad news for the flood outlook. Meteorologists with the National Weather Service say the ground is just too cold to even begin thawing out.

Record-breaking low temperatures could mean bad news for the flood outlook. Meteorologists with the National Weather Service say the ground is just too cold to even begin thawing out.

When it does start warming up, they say storm patterns to the south of us could bring rain, which isn't good for the still mostly frozen Red River. The best case scenario is for temps to gradually warm up to begin the thawing process.

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