May 26, 2022
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Missouri River Remains Low in South Dakota

(Sioux Falls, SD) — The Missouri River remains at low levels across South Dakota, in some areas as low as more than ten feet below normal. State officials say water that was flowing through dams above Sioux City, Iowa, was well below average last month. Officials with the US Corps of Engineers say Missouri would typically see a spring boost but because of a low snowpack and little precipitation, this has not happened. They say they’re not expecting to see much impact from this month’s blizzard that dumped more than 30 inches of snow across the region.

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