Marshall, MN — The National Weather Service has issued a flood warning for the Redwood River at Marshall, effective from late tonight until early Tuesday morning. The warning comes as forecasts predict moderate flooding due to rising river levels.

The current stage of the Redwood River, as of 11:00 AM CDT Friday, stands at 11.3 feet. According to the latest projections, the river is expected to surpass its flood stage of 14.0 feet shortly after midnight tonight, cresting at approximately 15.5 feet by tomorrow evening.

The extent of flooding is contingent upon the amount of rainfall expected later today and tonight. Residents are advised to stay updated with local weather alerts and to take necessary precautions.

Minor flooding of low-lying areas outside of Marshall is anticipated once the river reaches 14.0 feet, impacting vulnerable areas adjacent to the riverbank.

For more information and updates, visit the National Weather Service’s dedicated flood safety page at

Authorities urge residents in affected areas to remain vigilant and prepared as the situation develops.