Wet, Wild And High: Lakes And Rivers Wreak Havoc Across Midwest, South

NPR - 08-14

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"Water, water everywhere." That line from poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge could be the mantra for rain-weary residents across the country. Some regions have seen record amounts of rain since early spring. The Mississippi River and tributaries spent months above flood stage, while all of the Great Lakes are nearly at or above historic highs.