Minot, ND Facing Floods of Epic Proportion

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    Disastrous. Unstoppable. Historic. Unprecedented.

    All words used to describe what city, county and state officials warn is an imminent assault on all residents of the Souris River Valley.

    The highest flows ever recorded on the Souris are approaching a city whose defenses are destined to be over run. Can the city hold?

    Dikes currently in place, recently improved greatly to combat high flows, are now expected to disappear under the traveling torrent. The amount of water flowing with a vengeance down the Souris River Valley is forecast to inundate Minot to a level seven to eight feet higher than the catastrophic and benchmark flood of 1969.

    http://www.minotdailynews.com/page/content.detail/id/555952/-It-s-a-sad-day—-Crest-could-be-10-feet-higher-than-June-1.html?nav=5010

    Good thing that global warming is a hoax, or it would have been REALLY bad.

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