Overland flooding and tributary flows are beginning to subside across southern parts of Manitoba.
Meanwhile flows in the Assiniboine River are continuing to rise.
There is greater confidence in upstream gauge flows as they are no longer ice affected and with no precipitation in the weather forecast an inflow upstream of the Portage Reservoir is expected.
Municipal governments are currently working to put temporary flood protection measures in place to meet the expected flows on the lower Assiniboine River.
A flood warning remains in effect for the Birdtail Creek, upper Assiniboine River from the Shellmouth Dam to Holland, Pelican, Rock, Oak and Dauphin lakes, as well as the Pembina and Souris rivers.