Red River Flood Operations. Overview. Historical Context Decisional Factors Leaning Forward ESF-10 Planning Future Planning/CONOP. Record snowfalls during the winter of 1996-1997 set the stage for massive flooding along the Red River, and upper stretches of the Minnesota River.
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By mid-April, the Red River peaked at East Grand Forks more than 26 feet above flood stage.
Total damage in Minnesota alone was in the hundreds of millions of dollars.Historical Context – Flashback to April ‘97