Sakakawea Rise Expected to be Below Normal

Mountain snow in Montana combined with a dry fall and spring is leading to lower runoff expectations in the Missouri and Yellowstone river basins. The result, Lake Sakakawea won’t be rising as much in the early summer the way it has in recent seasons.

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Kim Fundingsland, Minot Daily News

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