After a spring storm bringing snow and rain to a large area of central and northern Saskatchewan last week, the Water Security Agency is advising of the potential for minor flooding issues .
WSA spokesperson Patrick Boyle says the area between Waterhen and Dore Lakes received between 70 and 75 millimetres of precipitation while Meadow Lake Provincial Park and the surrounding area received over 60 millimetres.
It’s warming up though, which means the potential for a quick melt and high flows in these areas.
Boyle says widespread flooding isn’t expected but there is the potential for roadways to be
As this flow moves downstream, it’s expected it will translate to higher flows within the Churchill River System over the next few weeks.