The snow depth in the North Bay area is still 150 per cent more than normal for this time of year.
That’s according to the North Bay Mattawa Conservation Authority’s latest snow survey.
The authority says cooler spring temperatures have made for a slow and steady spring melt.
That means the flood risk is low.
They say temperature forecasts are also ideal for the slow and steady trend to continue.
The Authority is still encouraging people in low lying areas to be cautious around any water bodies around this time of year.