The Neche / Gretna border crossing between North Dakota and Manitoba was reopened today and has resumed normal 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. hours of operation. The port had been closed for about a week due to roads flooded by the Pembina River.
Although flooding is decreasing in most areas, it will take more time for a complete return to normalcy. In Manitoba, there are still over 50 provincial roads and 600 municipal roads closed due to flooding. There are also road closures throughout North Dakota.
Although there have not been many problems in Vermont, the flood watch is on due to a chance of strong thunderstorms and heavy rain in the coming days.
You can check on weather and road conditions at all U.S. / Canadian border crossings at ezbordercrossing.com.