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Corps Says Potential For River Flooding Low So Far

March 24, 2012, 8:16 AM

Corps Says Potential For River Flooding Low So Far
PIERRE, SD -

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers officials say that the potential for flooding along the Missouri River is low, but people should still be watchful for changes in water levels.

The corps says there is no current snowpack in the Missouri River basin states and snowpack in the mountains is normal. Runoff is also normal.

But Kevin Grode of the corps' Omaha office says the risk of flooding on the tributaries going into the Missouri River is still
possible.

He says although it may not be as bad as last year, there could still be flooding in some places on the river.

Officials have said it is still possible that there could be heavy spring rains in the basin.

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