The Dryden area’s Flood Warning has been extended until June 10.

The Ministry of Northern Development, Mines, Natural Resources and Forestry says residents in the Wabigoon, Eagle and Forest Lake watersheds should exercise extreme caution around less-travelled roads, bridges water-crossings, lakes, rivers and areas of high runoff or erosion potential.

The ministry says more precipitation will continue to have an impact on water levels, and they’re continuing to monitor watershed conditions.

The Dryden area’s initial Flood Warning was issued on May 11 and has now been extended twice by ministry officials.