The Water Security Agency is out with their latest projections for the spring runoff.
After snowfall in March boosted levels across the province, the most recent report hasn't shown much in terms of change for the southeast area, which still remains in the near well below to below normal runoff.
Patrick Boyle with the Water Security Agency says that colder temperatures remaining below zero have delayed the spring melt, which could create unwanted conditions.
"It increases the risk of a rapid melt which can result in higher runoff levels and likely will bring some flooding issues."
He says the flooding risk is greater in areas of above to well above normal runoff projections.