Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Rivers Continue Rising Dangerously in Arkansas, Missouri

Forecasters predicted floods for various parts of Arkansas’s prairie, as the state’s largest deluge in 25 years continues.
The great storms last week and the break in the Black River’s dam are maintaining a dangerous water level.
White River has risen about 7 feet in only four days and the National Weather Service predicted it would reach 33.5 feet by Tuesday.
According to the Associated Press, Prairie County Sheriff Gary Burnett, who lives in the area near Little Rock, is surprised of the river’s fast flooding. He declared he had never seen it flood so quickly.

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