Cold weather eases flood threat

by Anonymous on Mar. 29th, 2009

Midwest flood region
Midwest flood regionCourtesy Adapted from NOAA graphic
The colder-than-normal March temperatures in the Upper Midwest have helped hold back the rising flood waters in North Dakota and surrounding areas. Residents and volunteers battling the water can relax for the time being as the rivers shows signs of receding, but the threat of further flooding still remains. Check out the website Boston.com for some dramatic photos of events of the past week.

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brooke b says:

this is really cool

posted on Fri, 03/19/2010 - 9:49am

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