Source: Karen Briere,, February 7, 2020 

The first spring runoff forecast is expected in early March. Normal precipitation through the next three months is expected.

A preliminary spring runoff forecast indicates near normal runoff in Saskatchewan even though snowfall accumulation is well below normal.

The Water Security Agency said the extremely wet fall of 2019 will increase the chances of higher runoff.

Most regions in the south had lots of precipitation in the fall and the wettest areas were around Swift Current and in the Souris River basin.

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