Manitoba Infrastructure is reporting overland flooding and tributary flows are beginning to subside across the southern part of the province.
All major rivers in southern Manitoba are ice free but on northern rivers and tributaries, ice is still present.
A high water advisory is in place for the Carrot River near The Pas, while flood warnings remain in effect for the upper Assiniboine River from the Shellmouth Dam to Holland.
However the warning for Oak Lake and the Souris River have ended.
Conditions are being monitored on the Carrot River within Manitoba and the Saskatchewan River where the two meet, as the risk for ice jams are a concern.
Manitoba Infrastructure believes the Assiniboine as well as the Souris river may peak at the same time, and preparations for temporary flood protection measures along the lower Assiniboine river are underway.