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River Flows Below Normal

The Corps of Engineers is still predicting below normal run off and flows in the Missouri River system. Jody Farhat Chief of the Water Management Division of the Omaha Corps said during their monthly update this week, while the basin has seen more moisture, overall conditions are still drier than normal…

Farhat says reservoir levels have risen due to more rain above and below the mainstem dams…

Kevin Stom, an engineer in the Water Management office says their run off forecast is still on track…

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