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The province has issued a flood warning for the Assiniboine River between Shellmouth Dam and Brandon.

The recent fast snowmelt has resulted in high flows in Manitoba rivers and tributaries and could bring a risk of serious flooding to low-lying areas nearby.

Manitoba's Forecast Centre is also monitoring a precipitation system that is forecast to bring up to 40 millimeters of either rain, or both into most parts of Manitoba

Outflow from the Shellmouth dam will increase to 3000 cubic feet per second to deal with a high flow of water coming from Saskatchewan.

The current inflow to the lake is just over 6300 cubic feet per second.

To stay up to date with the latest flood forecasts, be sure to visit The Manitoba government website.