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Flood Forecast Meeting Discusses Spring River Levels

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This spring will once again be wet with the Mississippi River rising above its banks. But the good news is the early forecasts predict the Monroe and Randolph County bottoms should not expect to see river stages over 40 feet. At this stage in their analysis, the NWS stated expects the Mississippi River flowing through …

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