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Published: Friday, Sept. 30 2011 6:23 p.m. MDT

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J-TX
Allen, TX

Send some of that down here, will ya?

Northern
Logan, UT

So if this is the case, why in the world would Lynn Lemon a Logan city council member want to cloud seed northern utah. When we had the worst flooding nothern Utah has seen??

Does he not understand that if it rains like it did this year we will be flooding much worse since there is no place for the water to go.

Utah Girl
Vernal, UT

J-TX, I sure wish we could send some your way. I have friends and relatives in Texas who have told me how dry it has been for quite some time. There is a reservoir about 8 miles north of us and it is still full. Usually it is down several feet by now, being used to irrigate. But as the community grows and there are fewer places to irrigate, as well as having a spring and summer with more precipitation than normal, the water has not been used as much. I worry what will happen if we have another winter like we did this past year...wetter and longer than usual. Not sure where the run-off will go. I guess we will know in about 8 months from now!

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