Weather Forecast


Report: Red River predicted to crest just shy of 38 feet (video)


FARGO – The Red River in Fargo is expected to crest just shy of 38 feet, according to a new flood forecast the National Weather Service issued today.

The forecast issued just after noon predicts the high mark of the river’s spring flood to be 37.9 feet on Wednesday and Thursday.

It’s the first official deterministic crest prediction from the weather service, which on Wednesday and Thursday forecasted a crest ranging from 38 to 40 feet.

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