Spring runoff across Saskatchewan is underway or nearing completion with little sign of significant flooding.
Patrick Boyle with the Water Security Agency says there are some areas with the potential for well above normal run-off, particularly in the southeast corner and near Hudson Bay, Saskatchewan.
So far, he says there has been no significant flooding and none is expected.
Boyle says runoff across southern Saskatchewan filled most major water supply reservoirs, including Cookson, Nickle Lake and Boundary which were below normal levels last year.
Boyle says the Water Security Agency will continue to monitor spring runoff because any major spike in warm weather could change the outlook.