April runoff forecast for Saskatchewan
Apr. 8, 2014 - Saskatchewan's April runoff forecast ranges from well above normal in the Prince Albert area to above normal pockets in the Lloydminster and Rosetown regions, according to the province's Water Security Agency's latest report.
Some areas, like the southwest part of the province, have already experienced spring runoff without any issues. A number of communities continue to deal with high water levels in closed basins in the central part of the province.
For updated forecasts including projected lake levels and stream flows, visit www.wsask.ca.
April 9, 2014 By Top Crop Manager