Forecasters revised their predictions as the Red River appeared to level off Saturday, but Fargo officials said they were reluctant to believe the worst has passed.
"In past flooding, you have to understand, we've had times in which people thought it crested and then it came back and went up," Fargo Deputy Mayor Tim Mahoney said.
"And our temperature is changing, so we will be reluctant to announce a crest until we truly feel there's been a crest." Read full article »
CNN's Susan Roesgen contributed to this report.