Record flooding expected in Minnesota

By Mike Munzenrider

Flood season is expected to last through April across Minnesota.

Rivers in the Twin Cities area will crest first this spring, followed by cresting on the Red River in Fargo-Moorhead reports the Star Tribune.

Because there's still snow on the ground, forecasters are saying there's a 20 percent chance of a top five flood in the Twin Cities reports the Star Tribune.

Fargo-Moorhead is said to have a 45 percent chance of breaking it's all time flood record set in 2009 according to the Star Tribune.

Flooding in New Ulm resulted in a broken natural gas pipe line, but there were no fires or explosions reports the Associated Press

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