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Friday, May 27, 2011

"Historic" Levels of Missouri River Reservoirs Mean Flooding

Huge releases of water from the series of Pick-Sloan dams on the upper Missouri River in the Dakotas will mean high water and flooding on the middle and lower reaches of the Missouri through July- states a story in the ST. JOSEPH (MO) NEWS-PRESS.

The releases are due to record snowfalls in the Missouri's source regions- as well as excessive rainfalls.

Let's hope no weather system sets up over Nebraska- Iowa- Kansas or Missouri that produces heavy or excessive rainfalls for the next month.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

where & when is the photo of?