Even with recent heat, Miles City sees low flooding risk (copy)

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MILES CITY — The Yellowstone and Tongue rivers at Miles City are currently forecast at a low flooding risk.

The current snowpack in the mountains is 10 to 25% above normal for this time of year, but the risk of flooding in Miles City remains low.

According to the Senior Forecaster/Hydrology Focal Point Todd Chambers with the National Weather Service in Billings, the current forecast for the Yellowstone River at Miles City is showing slightly lower than normal flows this runoff season. Usually the chance of reaching flood stage on the Yellowstone is around 7%; this year’s forecast

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