|2011-06-25 00:01:30||North Dakota river to surpass record levels -- CNN|
June 24, 2011 5:43 a.m. EDT
Minot, North Dakota (CNN) -- The summer flooding in Minot, North Dakota, will enter record territory Friday morning as the Souris River surges toward a peak, days ahead of original forecasts by the National Weather Service.
The river, which stood 1,556 feet above sea level early Friday, is forecast to top the 1881 record of 1,558 feet by mid-morning and peak at 1564.5 feet late Saturday or early Sunday. That would put the Souris more than six feet higher than the old record.
But if we believe those in denial, it is all the official's fault. Oddd aergument though, where did the wate rcome form in the first place? Oh right, record rains....
They are breaking record river levels by 2 m folks....