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WINTER FLOOD COST KEEPS CLIMBING

As floodwaters continue to rise along the lower Mississippi River, it’s clear the disaster will be among the costliest wintertime flood events in U.S. history. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said Thursday that damage from the floods will top $1 billion. That number is likely to climb as the unpredictable and overflowing Mississippi continues… read more

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NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAYS EL NINO MEANS MILDER WINTER

Early indications suggest Illinois could see a warmer, drier winter this season, according to the National Weather Service. The NWS seasonal reports issued last week contradicts what the Old Farmer’s Almanac forecasts for the coming winter – ice and frigid temps for the Midwest, as reported by the Register Mail.

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WINTER OUTLOOK

GROWMARK Energy tells Leader that early forecasts for the winter season appears as if they are calling for cool periods this winter in the Midwest, but not the extremely cold temperatures we experienced last year.  As for propane supplies, inventory levels in the Midwest remain below the 5-year average, but above-average builds over the past… read more

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