STATEWIDE – With spring fast approaching warmer weather isn’t the only thing Mainers can look forward too.
The Maine Riverflow Advisory Commission determined there’s actually a below average chance of flooding expected throughout this spring in most parts of the state. This comes as a result from the mild winter we’ve been seeing along with less ice and snowfall.
The commission reviewed information on current water conditions across Maine including short-term weather forecasts.
Above average temperatures and normal rainfall are expected over the next month.
Areas of northern Maine will still see a normal chance of flooding, due to higher amount of ice and snow.