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The dry fall has left the Red River lower than it has been in recent month in Fargo-Moorhead. The abnormal weather might mean a reduced risk of spring flooding, but there are other factors at work.

Fall dryness may reduce spring flood risk

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GRAND FORKS -- It has been an abnormally dry fall in the Red River Valley, but not one for the record books, according to the National Weather Service office in Grand Forks.

The lack of snow and rain and the region's days of unseasonably warm weather will likely come to an end this week, though, the service

predicted.

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