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Flooding To Continue In Midwest

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Flooding To Continue In Midwest

Flooding To Continue In Midwest

According to REuters, The flooding that devastated the U.S. Midwest is likely to last into next week, as rain and melted snow flow into Kansas, Missouri and Mississippi.

Floods driven by melting snow in the Dakotas will persist even as Nebraska and Iowa dig out from storms that have killed four people, left one missing and caused more than a billion dollars in damage to crops, livestock and roads.

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MARCH 16, 2019 SATELLITE IMAGE PROVIDED BY NASA STAND ALONE ART.




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