Flooding persists in Northern Maine, where a cold, snowy spring followed by a rapid melt and rain means higher-than-normal water levels.
In Fort Kent, the Fish River in Aroostook County was at active flood stage-12 feet Thursday and Friday, with waters expected to recede a little by Friday evening.
However, Rich Norton with the National Weather Service in Caribou says the river is expected to rise again by Saturday evening.
"We're having another round of precipitation, we're looking for around an inch. And expecting flood stage to go back up,” Norton says.