(Reuters) - U.S. forecasters on Monday cut their predictions for peak flooding on the Red River in Fargo, North Dakota, welcome news for weary residents who are expected to see the river reach its highest levels of the season within two days. Full story
It has been a water-logged week throughout much of the Midwest. Chicago saw the wettest April on records that caused extensive flooding, and in Michigan dozens of homes were damaged by high waters on a major river. The weather continues as residents in the hardest hit areas guard their properties wi
Many living in the Northern part of the country tonight are saying enough is enough as heavy snow and strong winds are producing blizzard like conditions and it's not over yet. The Weather Channel’s Janel Klein reports.
High school students toss sandbags down a line in front of homes along the Red River Friday, April 26, 2013, in Fargo, N.D. Hundreds of students pitched in, in what has become a nearly-annual sandbag party, to place 100,000 sandbags around Fargo and help protect homes against Red River flooding.
An aerial view shows a house with a sandbag levee is surrounded by floodwaters south of Fargo, North Dakota in this file photo taken March 29, 2009. REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson
Maury Lawson drags his suitcase through the snow Monday in Fargo, N.D., on his way to the bus depot.