Friday, December 27, 2019

Show-Me Flooding Fear For Missouri 2020

Here's a glimpse at the state awash in river runoff as well as partisan politics. Read more:

Missouri fears of more catastrophic flooding next spring

KANSAS CITY, MO (AP) - In the months since last spring's catastrophic floods along the Missouri River, lifelong Holt County, Missouri, resident Tom Bullock has witnessed a lot of things he'd never seen. Like, for instance, sheets of black asphalt in corn fields.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

If only they didn’t live in a flood zone.....

Anonymous said...

^^If only you had better things to do!

Anonymous said...

^^ We do. Make fun of idiots like you!

Anonymous said...

50 year floods have now become 5 year floods, 100 year floods, now 50, etc. etc. If you own something in these areas, it's probably best to GTFO.

Anonymous said...

^^^^ whatevar, nobody should build in a flood zone period, you can’t control it

Anonymous said...

The x year naming convention is foolishly deceptive. The floods are statistical probabilities PER year. 1% annual chance event is the proper name for a 100 year flood.

Anonymous said...

Floods are occurring more frequently and zones are expanding because of climate change.

If you want to protect the farmland, start voting for politicians that will do something about climate change, not ones that deny it.

I have zero sympathy for rural folks complaining about flooding and lack of government action, but continue voting Republican.