RIVERTON, Wyo. (AP) — The Wind River in central Wyoming has fallen below flood stage after nearly three weeks of running over its banks because of melting mountain snow.

Flood warnings have been discontinued in Fremont County, but rivers continue to run high and fast and can still pose a danger.

The National Weather Service also has lifted flood warnings for the South Fork of the Shoshone River in Park County and the Bighorn River in the Worland area.

A flood warning remains posted for the Green River in Sublette and Lincoln counties in southwest Wyoming where widespread minor flooding continues.

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