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Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Bismarck ND
1016 AM CDT Tue Apr 11 2017

...SUMMARY OF FLOOD PRODUCTS AS OF TUESDAY, APRIL 11...

Lower discharges out of Lake Darling from last week continue to
work their way into the downstream areas. Souris River forecast
points of Towner, Bantry, and Westhope all peaked last week and
are in a slow, but steady downward trend. Elsewhere in the Souris
River basin, Willow Creek near Willow City is also in a slow, but
steady downward trend.

While there is not enough moisture in the forecast to change these
expectations, high water at the listed locations is expected for
the foreseeable future.

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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