Isaac’s remnants bring rain to drought-hit Midwest

Reuters: The remnants of Hurricane Isaac brought rain to drought-stricken parts of the lower U.S. Midwest on Saturday after the storm killed at least 30 people on its trek across the Caribbean and Louisiana and Mississippi, authorities said. Rainfall totals of no more than 3 inches were expected through the lower Ohio River Valley by Saturday night after Isaac lost much of its punch while passing over Missouri. Top sustained winds had dropped to 20 miles per hour and flash flood threats were diminishing,......

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