Sometimes expectations are wrong.

Slightly off, where 42 feet would be considered "flooding" and by golly look at how we should expect only "moderate" flooding at 50.9 feet. But wait!

The actual water levels are higher than they thought they would be?

:blob_cat_surprised:

water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrog

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Captain Soggypants of the South has acquired some soggier pants (and we'll leave the MC Hammer pants jokes to the kiddos who want them).

There's a saying that goes something like: "you can't save your ass and your face at the same time."

Found an article that is talking about the snowpack "percent above normal":

"In east-central South Dakota, some areas have 750% of normal snowpack and fall within the James River valley.

Other parts of the Midwest — including Minnesota, Wisconsin and Iowa — also have snowpack figures well in excess of normal."

Beautiful sunny days and no rain does not equate good news

yankton.net/community/article_

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