STAFF BLOG STORM TRACKER Flood Pictures 2010
Here are some flood pictures promised on another blog where the link didn't work:
View of the crest looking north over Fargo Moorhead. Courtesy of Vern Whitten.
What the crest lo... Posted on 3/22/10 at 5:14 AM
The swollen Red River crested Wednesday morning at 23.59 feet in Fargo-Moorhead and should drop to its flood stage of 18 feet by late Saturday night or early Sunday morning, the National Weather Service predicts.
VALLEY CITY, N.D. – The National Weather Service dealt some good news to flood fighters here this morning: The Sheyenne River is no longer forecast to crest at 21.5 feet next week and may have in fact already crested.
Forecast Fargo-Moorhead crest falls; other areas suffering
Fargo-Moorhead got a foot of good news Tuesday when the National Weather Service dropped its estimate for the second crest of the Red River from 38 feet to 37 feet.
Brushing off a bleak new forecast that gives the Red River a 90 percent chance of returning within inches of its recently set record height, Fargo Mayor Dennis Walaker stuck to his own lower projections Friday and urged residents to use this weekend to relax instead of react.
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