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Midwest flooding

While some parts of the country have seen too little rainfall (see the post on the wildfires in Texas), parts of the Midwest have received record amounts of rainfall.  The excess rainfall has caused severe flooding in many states.  As rivers continue to rise and with more rainfall in the forecast, conditions are likely to continue to get worse. DB/GR

Update 4/26

Midwesterners brace for possible record flooding

Missouri levee fails; prompting more evacuations


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