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March 31st Summary Excerpt:
"We stand a good chance of holding onto at good portion of the snow into early April, which brings the increasing probabilities of seeing a warm and/or wet weather system. Thus, our spring flood threat remains , especially for the Mississippi River from St. Paul downstream (as the upper Mississippi joins the Minnesota, St. Croix, and Chippewa Rivers which all have a high snowpack). Southern tributaries and the Wisconsin basins may see some fairly rapid rises by early in the first week of April.