Earlier this morning, there was only one road closed in Marshall due to flooding. Several opened back up shortly after the weekend.
The Redwood River actually forks in Marshall, MN to help prevent flooding.
The city prepared three weeks in advance before the waters rose.
Marshall, MN saw record levels of flood waters due to ice jams.
KSFY Morning News
Meteorologist Shawn Cable says today will be partly to mostly cloudy with highs in the 50s. High temps will reach the 70s tomorrow.