Reservoirs along Missouri River are six years of rain away from normal
April 22, 2008
The US Army Corps of Engineers, which manages flows along the Missouri River, will be favoring a reservoir in North Dakota while planning flows this year, which will mean that South Dakota and Montana reservoirs will get far less
. Reservoirs in all three states are far below normal -- and one of South Dakota's water regulators says it would take six straight years of normal precipitation to bring the reservoirs up to normal levels.
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last revised April 2008