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Flooding in Nebraska and Iowa, USA (March 15, 2019)

Flooding in Nebraska and Iowa, USA (March 15, 2019)



Crazy Flooding in Nebraska and Iowa, USA (March 15, 2019). Current flooding in Nebraska, Iowa rivals most devastating years as multiple rivers flood. A few rivers have hit record levels overnight as National Weather Service meteorologists caution that water levels will continue to rise for the next several days. Overnight, the Missouri River at Plattsmouth hit a record high of 37.15 feet, surpassing the previous high of 36.73 feet in 2011. The Platte River at near Leshara reached 12.23 feet, beating the last historical crest of 11.84 feet.

These rising river levels mean the unthinkable is possible: that 2019 could be the year that two terrible flood years — the devastating flooding on the Elkhorn River in 2010 and the record-shattering flood of 2011 on the Missouri River — wrap into one.

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