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Shane Hubbard @UWSSEC says flooding could remain an issue along some parts of the Mississippi for weeks to months, and up to 60% of the U.S. may be affected by high waters and flooding this spring and early summer.

Tremendous ⁦ @UWMadison⁩ research shared with federal representatives in DC today by Pros ⁦ @Chris_Kucharik⁩, ⁦ @SPaskewitz⁩ and ⁦ @NicolePulia⁩. #WisconsinInnovates with ⁦ @UWMadisonCALS⁩ and ⁦ @uwsmph⁩ ⁦ @WARF_News⁩. ⁦ @UWFedRelations WaterUWMadison photo

Ken Bradbury, State Geologist and Director of WGNHS, is addressing the task force today.

Manitowoc, WI meet Hackensack, NJ, your climate analog of the future. New map tool shows you what your climate could be like in 2080, with and without the #ParisAgreement


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