The Black Hills is seeing some higher than normal water in the creeks and rivers in the wake of the blizzard that hit the region over the weekend.
Experts say catastrophic flooding is not likely–but area waterways are running very strong sometimes at even higher flows than seen in the spring.
The swift moving current can be dangerous. Officials are warning the public to stay away from area streams until the snow melt subsides.
Click on the link below to hear more from SDPB's Charles Michael Ray and the forecast for rain.