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I hope you're clear of the flooding, Bill.

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I think the annual flood season is over

I think the annual flood season(snowmelt, ice jams) is over unless we get some really heavy rain...I was not inconvenienced at all by flooding.....many that have homes or cottages on lakes and rivers were flooded, also people that use ferries to cross rivers had to make long detours to get to where they wanted to go,,,,

Flooding in New Brunswick. In the spring, inland flooding can occur with rapid snowmelt and heavy rainfall. Flooding can also be caused by water backing up behind an ice jam. At other times of the year, intense rainfall during major storms can cause flash flooding, particularly in smaller river

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not over here

wish it would be over where I live. I live in a town on the mississippi river and so far the levee is holding. It has been well above flood stage since February. It is going to be a least another month here but if it keeps raining, it will be longer. Think it will break records as to the length of time above flood stage if it had not yet.

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In the meantime, the big news in New Mexico

is that we have "normal" rain and snowpack now. Usually less for the last few years.
Near where I live, the snowmelt is still going on so a few places near the Rio Grande have a few inches of "flooding".

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