Red River Could Exceed 2009 Flood Levels

Posted by Kyle Brookings on Monday, March 18, 2019
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There is some bad news for those living along the Red River.

The latest report released by the province of Manitoba says that this year's Red River flooding could be worse than the flood of 2009.

Heavy snow that fell in the northern U.S. this year will contribute to the higher water levels.

The Hydrologic Forecast Centre of Manitoba states that there is a high risk of major flooding within the Red River valley and that there will be property damages and economic impacts.



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