Associated Press, Published March 06 2010
Flooding chances high in western, central North DakotaBISMARCK – The National Weather Service says there is still a high probability of spring flooding in parts of western and central North Dakota despite a recent stretch of unusually dry weather.
Allen Schlag, a hydrologist at the National Weather Service in Bismarck, says the biggest areas of concern are along Apple Creek near Bismarck; the Knife River near Beulah and Hazen, in west-central North Dakota; and Beaver Creek near Linton, in the south-central part of the state.
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