Wet weather has sent the river rising again, causing dangerous conditions and staying above no-wake levels on the lower river.
A climatologist who studies precipitation trends explains how climate change is projected to make flooding events in the Midwest more severe and more frequent.
See the St. Croix’s spring flood from a unique vantage point giving views of the high water and community responses.
Workers and volunteers are building dikes in expectation of significant spring flooding.
Weather Service says the potential for record-setting floods has increased significantly since last week.
Federal flood forecast shows a high chance of high water when the starts to melt along the St. Croix River.
A recent rainstorm spiked the water levels, but the week ahead should give the river time to recede.
Half a foot of rain in a few hours has caused the Snake River and other tributaries to rise sharply.
High water from a soggy couple weeks could cause minor Independence Day complications.
Six inches or more fell on parts of the upper St. Croix watershed, sending a lot of water downstream.