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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. https://t.co/sxbLj241y1 https://t.co/xxEdWyNSri

Tremendous ⁦ @UWMadison⁩ research shared with federal representatives in DC today by Pros ⁦ @Chris_Kucharik⁩, ⁦ @SPaskewitz⁩ and ⁦ @NicolePulia⁩. #WisconsinInnovates with ⁦ @UWMadisonCALS⁩ and ⁦ @uwsmph⁩ ⁦ @WARF_News⁩. ⁦ @UWFedRelationshttps://t.co/zgifEO8v59 WaterUWMadison photo

Ken Bradbury, State Geologist and Director of WGNHS, is addressing the task force today. https://t.co/peCnZy29St

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 https://t.co/I7UK53kzhf

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