Dry fall, winter could alleviate problems on East Otter Tail County lakes
Yearly precipitation levels indicate flooding on area lakes isn't likely to be as severe this spring.
The formula that produces the prediction dates back to 2010, said Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Hydrologist Julie Aadland.
High precipitation levels fell throughout the east side of the county in 2010, which meant fall was approached with higher-than-normal lake levels.
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