Sun 16 Sep, 2012 10:21 pm
Parts of the Lower Platte look more like a sand volleyball court than a river, according to Meghan Sittler, the Lincoln-based coordinator of the Lower Platte River Corridor Alliance. That's due to a combination of intense heat and a dire shortage of rain, which has affected wildlife and those [sic]
The water was moving in other parts of the river, but just barely -- at a rate of about 250 feet per cubic second [sic], compared to the norm of 6,000 feet per second, in late August. Sittler said it's not unusual for water temperatures to be in the 92 to 97 degree range.
this report has now been up for ever 12 hours.
Why would we pay attention to a "news" organization that puts out product which does not read in complete sentences and which seems to be written by people who do not understand eighth grade level science???