Water in Missouri River Reservoirs Declines Slightly
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) -- The amount of water held in reservoirs along the Missouri River has started to decline slightly, but flooding is still expected to continue along the river through the summer. Army Corps of Engineers reservoir manager Jody Farhat says Friday was the sixth day in a row when more water was released from the six reservoirs along the river than came into the system. Farhat says that's good news for everyone dealing with flooding. But the corps doesn't plan to significantly decrease the amount of water being released from dams because there is still a massive amount of water in the reservoirs from melting snow and heavy spring rains. Farhat says any major rainfall in Montana or the Dakotas could
force the corps to increase the amount of water being released.
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