The latest spring runoff forecast expects some flooding in southeast Saskatchewan but no significant flood damage.
Patrick Boyle with the Water Security Agency says most of the province is looking at near normal spring runoff, except for the southeast and areas west of Hudson Bay.
He expects out of channel flows in the southeast but no major damage unless conditions change significantly.
He says it all depends on spring warming and additional snowfall.
Boyle says snowfall this week will have little impact on the spring runoff.