The final flooding outlook for spring of 2017 in Manitoba was announced today (Fri).
Levels of spring flooding continue to be dependent on future weather conditions in Manitoba.
On the other hand the risk of overland flooding has slightly reduced since the February outlook, but risks remain moderate to major across the province.
Northern Manitoba regions including The Pas as well as the Saskatchewan, Carrot and Swan rivers remain at a moderate risk, while the Assiniboine River sits moderate to major.
In an effort to ensure communication with municipalities and emergency officials, Premier Brian Pallister and Infrastructure Minister Blaine Pedersen toured Southwestern Manitoba yesterday (Thurs) meeting with 5 local governments.