The snow melt runoff is nearly complete over most of the farming portion of Saskatchewan.
The Water Security Agency released its latest spring runoff update Tuesday.
Patrick Boyle with The Water Security Agency says water is being released from Lake Diefenbaker into the Qu’Appelle chain to ensure proper summer operating levels in those lakes along the Qu’Appelle valley.
He says there was very little run-off in southern Saskatchewan this spring.
Boyle says the one area where there could be localized flooding is in the northeast.
He says north of Yorkton in the Assiniboine River area, rapid snowmelt could cause some minor disruptions.
There could also be some flooding related issues in the Swan and Red Deer River basins.