The Water Resources Manager of Quinte Conservation says there is a low risk of high water this spring.
Christine McClure says the area has seen higher than normal water levels the last ten days, however she believes most waterways have peeked.
McClure says there has been a lot of melting with the warmer temperatures, and the Salmon and Napanee water sheds are not likely in danger of flooding, unless a major rain or snow pattern hits the regions.
Meantime, she says the Moira River has peaked as well.
Tweed and Foxboro are the most prone areas of flooding in the area, however McClure says they are currently in good shape.