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HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND FORKS ND
255 PM CDT SAT AUG 16 2014

...LOCALIZED HEAVY RAINFALL POSSIBLE TONIGHT AND SUNDAY
MORNING...

THE POTENTIAL WILL EXIST FOR LOCALIZED AREAS OF HEAVY RAINFALL
ACROSS EASTERN NORTH DAKOTA AND ADJACENT PORTIONS OF MINNESOTA
THROUGH SUNDAY MORNING. A SLOW MOVING WEATHER SYSTEM HAS CAUSED
HEAVY RAINFALL ACROSS CENTRAL NORTH DAKOTA OVER THE PAST
DAY...ALONG WITH NUMEROUS FLOODING CONCERNS. THIS SYSTEM MAY
WEAKEN OVER TIME...BUT WILL STILL HAVE THE POTENTIAL TO CAUSE
EXCESSIVE RUNOFF THAT MAY CAUSE MINOR FLOODING OF
CREEKS...STREAMS...AND LOW LYING AREAS. CITIES AND TOWNS MAY
EXPERIENCE RAINFALL RATES THAT EXCEED DRAINAGE CAPABILITIES
RESULTING IN STREET FLOODING.

THERE WILL BE ANOTHER WEATHER SYSTEM SUNDAY EVENING INTO MONDAY
THAT COULD AGAIN LEAD TO LOCALIZED HEAVY RAINFALL.

SEE WWW.WEATHER.GOV/FGF FOR FORECAST UPDATES.

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