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Releases at Jamestown Reservoir will stay at 50 cfs.
Releases at Pipestem will go from 500 cfs to 400 cfs.
Releases at Jamestown Reservoir will decrease by 100 cfs each day Monday through Thursday, Aug. 1-4
Rivers across the region were expected to crest on Friday and throughout the weekend, while a risk of more dangerous flash flooding remained possible again throughout the day, the weather service said.
Releases at Jamestown Reservoir will stay at 800 cfs. Releases at Pipestem will remain at 600 cfs.
The disaster declaration includes the northeastern North Dakota counties of Pembina, Walsh, Grand Forks, Traill, Cavalier, Ramsey, Nelson, Steele and Griggs, which saw river and overland flooding during the series of storms.

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Sump pump discharge water is going into the sanitary sewer system, which is a city ordinance violation.
The water levels at Pipestem Reservoir are at 1,475.4 feet above mean sea level.
Jamestown received a little more than 10 inches of precipitation in April and May combined, according to measurements taken at the North Dakota State Hospital.

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