Isaac rain stalls U.S. crop harvest, some damage done

Reuters: Rain and wind from the remnants of Hurricane Isaac are expected to move into the central U.S. Midwest on Friday and into the weekend, stalling crop harvests and causing some localized damage, an agricultural meteorologist said. Isaac continued to cause headaches, bringing heavy rainfall and the threat of flash flooding to the lower Mississippi Valley as Gulf Coast residents prepared to start their cleanup efforts. Before Isaac slammed into the U.S. Gulf Coast on Wednesday, the U.S. Department......

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