Flood potential moderate to high

Riverside may be most affected


State and local emergency management officials from across the region planned for potential flooding this spring in central and southeast Wyoming.

State Hydrologist Jim Fahey, with the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in Riverton, educated county emergency management coordinators and state homeland security personnel about the current snowpack conditions across Wyoming. Fahey was on a conference call with the emergency management and Homeland Security officials, including Carbon County Emergency Management Coordinator John Zeiger.

Zeiger invited the Saratoga Sun to listen...

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