Recent cold front brings temperature relief, but not much-needed precipitation.
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With average rainfall flooding will be moderate, but heavy rain could push Missouri River to near-record levels.
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Heavy rain, pending snow-melt along upper Missouri River could mean “historic” flooding here.
High in low 90’s could set new record for May 10th.
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When extreme snowfall up north begins to melt, it will cause “moderate to major” flooding downstream.
Local officials say “minimally acceptable” levees will hold back predicted spring flooding.