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Even in a drought

Flash flooding is a common weather danger

Typical of Kansas, where the weather is often either “feast or famine,” conditions have gone from drought to flood warnings almost over night.
No, actually they have gone to flood warnings in the midst of a continuing drought, because what is the most common type of water danger in this area is not the sort of flooding that is seen on national TV with the Mississippi or other major rivers.
What threatens Kansas residents most commonly are the flash flooding scenarios and those can come and go so quickly that they can do all sorts of water damage, even as ...


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