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Probability of significant Red River flooding rises

FARGO - The Red River at Fargo has a 20 percent chance of surpassing the record crest set in 2009 and a 50 percent chance of beating last year's crest, which was the sixth-highest on record, the National Weather Service said today in its latest s...

Red River flooding
FILE - The pedestrian Sertoma Freedom Bridge that links Fargo's Lindenwood Park with Moorhead's Gooseberry Park over the Red River is covered by floodwaters, tree branches and debris as a result of recent heavy rainfall in June 2009. David Samson/The Forum

FARGO - The Red River at Fargo has a 20 percent chance of surpassing the record crest set in 2009 and a 50 percent chance of beating last year's crest, which was the sixth-highest on record, the National Weather Service said today in its latest spring flood outlook.

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