The National Weather Service says there hasn't been much moisture in the Missouri and James river basins in North Dakota since mid-February but there is still enough snow in the area to lead to flooding during a rapid warming.
The likelihood of significant Red River flooding has risen in North Dakota and Minnesota, the National Weather Service said Tuesday in its latest outlook for the river that has overflowed the past two springs and sent officials and residents in the densely populated region scrambling to save homes and businesses.
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