2011 Missouri River Flood
The flooding was triggered by record snowfall in the Rocky Mountains in Montana and Wyoming, causing all six major dams along the Missouri River to release record amounts of water to prevent overflow. This led to flooding threatening several towns and cities along the river from Montana to Missouri, including those in Nebraska and Iowa. According to the National Weather Service, in the second half of May 2011, almost a year's worth of rain fell over the upper Missouri River basin.
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