With all of the snow we've had over the winter and very little melting, you might be wondering about river flooding this spring. Well, so were the River Flow Advisory Panel and the Maine Emergency Management Agency. Both groups met today to assess possible spring flooding and they now have their assessment.

The experts say, there is an elevated risk of river flooding in southern, coastal and eastern Maine where there is a high snow pack.

As for the larger rivers, there may be flooding but not forecast to be severe. If we get a rain along with an extended warming trend, things may be worse. Time will tell.




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