Laramie, Wy – Weather officials say minor flooding is possible this weekend in parts of Montana and northern Wyoming.
Forecasters say rising temperatures will melt mountain snow.
Officials are monitoring conditions in southern Montana and northern Wyoming, where meteorologist Todd Foisy says flooding is possible Sunday and Monday.
He says warm temperatures -- well into the 70s, in some places -- should bring a quick mountain snowmelt.
An official with the Sheridan Police Department says Friday the level of creeks and streams did go down a bit.