Long wet spell could mean floods
ST. PAUL -- A decade and a half of wet weather means western and southern Minnesotans may face flooding this spring.
National Weather Service and state officials today warned that the Fargo-Moorhead area faces an 85 percent change of major flooding, but well under last year's record. The experts warned that ice jams may cause flooding along streams in places that normally are safe.
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