The National Weather Service says the Park River at Grafton should
slip into moderate flood stage sometime Friday morning and slip into minor
flood stage Friday evening. The weather service is also forecasting the Park
River at Grafton to slip out of flood stage Saturday evening or early Sunday morning.
There's major flooding now.
There's minor flooding on the Forest River at Minto. It could drop out
of flood stage early Saturday.
The Pembina River at Walhalla is just over minor flood stage of eleven
feet. It'll hit 12-feet Saturday and stay there through next Wednesday morning.
At Neche, there's major flooding on the Pembina River. It's just over 21-feet,
a half foot over major flood stage. It'll hug that 21-foot mark through next Wednesday.
There's major flooding on the Red River at Oslo. It'll remain just
over major flood stage of 36-feet through early Monday morning, then slip
into moderate flood stage. At Drayton, there's minor flooding on the Red and
moderate flooding's expected. It hits moderate flood stage Thursday morning
and reaches the highest forecast reading of 41-feet Sunday morning and stays
there. At Pembina, the Red will reach moderate flood stage Thursday
morning and major flood stage early Monday. It'll hit 50-feet, Wednesday, May eighth.
Moderate flooding continues on Two Rivers at Hallock, Minnesota.