Nebraska probably just can't win against Mother Nature this year
March 11, 2008
A climatologist at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln says western Nebraska still needs a lot of precipitation to overcome long-term drought problems, but warns that once that precipitation makes its way to the eastern part of the state (either downstream or downwind), what was needed out west will cause flooding in the east
. The state seems to have few parts that are "just right" -- most are either too dry or too wet. And once snowmelt combines with springtime storms, the eastern part of the state could encounter some serious flooding problems.
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last revised March 2008