Flood experts keep eye on snowpack

Feb 16, 2008 Full story: Bangor Daily News

“The Dead River and the Kennebec up by The Forks are open water. Usually, there are 6-feet ice chunks tossed along the sides. None are there”

As the snow continues to pile up, water flows into basements and ice encases trees, state officials are carefully monitoring snow and water levels with an eye toward spring flooding. via Bangor Daily News

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richard

Romney, IN

#1 Mar 8, 2008
we are going to see a noars ark flood yes the world has changed
richard

Romney, IN

#2 Mar 8, 2008
watch out for poy holes there are 2 on the flats after the brigde i know i hit them

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