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Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Bismarck ND
1107 AM CDT Sat Apr 8 2017

...SUMMARY OF FLOOD PRODUCTS AS OF SATURDAY, APRIL 8...

Rapidly falling runoff out of Canada will continue to allow
discharge from Lake Darling to be lowered over the coming days.
This lower discharge will take some time to be felt in the
downstream areas of the Souris River near Towner, Bantry, and
Westhope. The Souris River near Westhope is cresting and will
begin to slowly fall over the weekend. However, it will take many
days for this downstream area of the Souris to drain all the
excess water off of the flood plain.

Elsewhere in the Souris River basin, Willow Creek near Willow City
remains above flood stage and will start falling this weekend as
backwater effects from the water levels on the Souris diminish.

For detailed information in your area, please visit our web page
at weather.gov/bis. For information on river stages and forecasts
click on the Rivers and Lakes tab near the top of the main page.

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NJH


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