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Interactive Map: Flooding in the Midwest

Posted by Steve Anderson on Wednesday, May 4th, 2011

An interactive map from the Wall Street Journal displays the severity of the flooding currently happening in the US Midwest, where “Monday evening, the Ohio River gauge at Cairo read 61.44 feet, nearly two feet higher than the record of 59.51 feet set in 1937.”

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One Response to “Interactive Map: Flooding in the Midwest”

  1. L Griffin says:

    Since when do maps have Penn Hills, PA instead of Pittsburgh?

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