Glen Hallick, MarketsFarm,, April 4, 2019 

WINNIPEG – A slower-than-normal spring melt has helped to alleviate most flood concerns across the Prairies, except in southern Manitoba.

That part of Manitoba, especially the Red River Valley south of Winnipeg, isn’t out of the woods just yet. Flooding may still reach levels on par with high water levels reached in 2009, according to a the province’s most recent flood outlook that was issued on March 27.

The report noted the situation could change if there is significant precipitation this spring.

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