The forecast, partly sunny and breezy. Rain showers and some isolated
thunderstorms are likely Monday, Monday night, and Friday and Saturday.
Authorities are asking that you respect road closed signs. Do not
go around them and drive on a road closed due to flooding. Also, if you
discover a road that's flooded and not marked, notify the Walsh County
The Park River at Grafton is close to 12-feet, which is flood stage.
It's forecast to reach major flood stage of 14-point-five-feet Wednesday.
It'll go over flood stage of 12-feet Monday morning.
The Forest River at Minto will reach minor flood stage of six-feet
Monday morning. It's four-feet and climbing now. Early Wednesday morning
it'll reach eight-and-a-half-feet and then is forecast to start descending slowly.
Flood warnings continue for the Pembina River at Walhalla and Neche.
At Walhalla, it's at six- feet and rising. The Weather Service sees it reaching
flood stage of eleven feet Monday evening, going to eleven-point-five-feet
Tuesday morning, and holding in that vicinity through Saturday. At Neche,
the Pembina River will reach minor flood stage of 16-feet Monday afternoon,
and zoom by that to 20-and-one-half-feet by Wednesday morning. That
elevation is major flood stage and it'll stay in that vicity through Saturday.
Two Rivers at Hallock is almost a foot over moderate flood stage.
It'll continue rising slowly to 808-point-five-feet-above sea level Wednesday
evening. It'll then begin falling gradually Thursday through Sunday.
For the Red River, at Pembina it's rising rapidly. It'll reach
moderate flood stage Tuesday morning. It'll start flooding Sunday
night. It's highest forecasted reading so far is 48-point-nine-feet
The Red River at Drayton's is at minor flood stage. It'll reach
moderate flood state late Wednesday. It's highest forecasted reading
so far is 41-point-one-feet Saturday. That's one foot below major flooding.
The Red River at Oslo is at moderate flood stage. It'll rise to 35-feet
Monday afternoon and start a plateau of 36-to-37-feet Thursday onward.
That's the latest flood information.