Fort Macleod flooding

A driver in Fort Macleod pushes through the water after the Oldman River spilled its banks on Wednesday night. The area is no longer under a flood warning but three other southern Alberta rivers are. (CBC)

Flood warnings remained in effect Saturday for three rivers in southern Alberta, just one day after the first anniversary of the costliest natural disaster in Canadian history.

The South Saskatchewan River, Waterton Belly River and Willow Creek are still under flood warnings.

However, flood watches and high streamflow advisories are still in effect for streams in the Bow, Oldman, Milk and Red Deer River basins.

The high streamflow advisory for Pincher Creek has ended.

Conditions are being monitored and advisories will be revised as necessary.

People in the affected areas are advised to be cautious of rising water levels and take appropriate measures.