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Kelly M. Hines 4h
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David B. Grimes 3h
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Curt Kajer Jul 15
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Carolina Girl92 3h
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Nik Walker Jul 17
So many cities on this tour I’ve been able to wake up, walk out my door and see the Missippi and the Tom Sawyer in me has found such peace cuz of that.
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Barry Makepeace 🌈⚡🐻 24h
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Evan Koslof Jul 16
My company sent me to , LA this past weekend, to help our sister-station with storm coverage. Here was one of my many live shots from the . . . .
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Erik Taylor Jul 14
BARRY'S RAIN-Check out the expansive amount of real estate seeing over 1-3"+ of rain from . Although the storm is a impacst can still be felt in , , and . On top of that a swollen .
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Mick McGibbon Jul 18
Setting sun reflecting off the eastern sky. Downtown and the
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MSD Project Clear Jul 18
The Mill Creek Pump Station finished its work today after the dropped below 31.5’ in . 🗣 Shoutout to the pump stations team, that has been working 12 hour days, 7 days a week, for more than 4 months, to keep the city from flooding from within.
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Day Hiking Trails 18h
Hike to skyscraper view of Mississippi River
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Adam Rodenberg Jul 19
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Dollhouse Press Jul 14
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Nathan AKA #NATEDOGG Jul 18
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Outdoor Conservation Jul 19
The is still at 42ft at Baton Rouge... for now. 2019 has been a crazy water year for the MR & it's associated rivers but maybe we've finally reached the point where water levels start to drop. Graph mine, data publicly available
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1 Mississippi Jul 22
"Iowa has been taking the long view – the very long view – when it comes to addressing nutrient pollution in our state’s waters." -
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Day Hiking Trails Jul 22
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Äústèn L. Ønêk WREG Jul 21
: continues descent well below of the last few weeks.
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Alexandra Cranford WWL-TV Jul 21
The Mississippi River at New Orleans is forecast to fall to 15.5 feet on Tuesday. That's the trigger point for closing the Bonnet Carre Spillway, so the closure process could start this week (finally).
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Broken Paddle Jul 21
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